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Recent reviews for this item:
Steve, November 11, 2011 I have recently repurchased my 60CSx. My first one was
stolen 1 week before going hunting and i depend on this unit
very much for hunting as well around locally for finding
local streets and address's. Even though it has been
replaced with the 62 Series, i bought another like my old
one. Don't leave home without it.
gille434, July 11, 2011 I bought this GPS for the ultra sensitive antenna it
has. I was not let down. I had been using another brand GPS
that would lose its lock on the satelite if I left the
trail. The 60CSx not only retained its lock on the
satelite, it got me within 10 feet of the point I wanted to
be at under complete tree cover. This unit will even give
me a location +/- 9ft when I am sitting at my computer
inside the house!
I've run this unit now for probably 6 hours and the
battery indicator has not dropped from a full charge yet -
my old unit was lucky to last 2 hours on a set of batteries.
CC, June 27, 2011 Works great and very user freindly!!
Ricco, June 25, 2011 Excellent outdoor mobile GPS for forestry mapping
applications. Easy keyboard navigation for waypoint
naming/notes. Tracks satellites in dense canopy very well -
outperforms the older Rino120 I have.
Very well priced at GPSCity.ca <$300.00!