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Recent reviews for this item:
Ed, June 18, 2009 After 3 years of using a Garmin Legend CX, I decided to take
the plunge and make an upgrade to the Oregon. I decided on
the 200 because I don't really need a barometric altimeter
or the electronic compass. Garmin didn't mention anywhere
that the Oregon 200 doesn't beep for upcoming turns. Upon
receiving the unit, I realized that it is a fantastic unit.
Lock's on quick, easy to load the maps and Geocaches, and
very easy to find where I want to go. The only real
deficiency I've found so far is that Garmin has removed
useful features that were in the previous units such as the
legend and 60 series. I can no longer delete series of
waypoints without deleting ALL waypoints, and other little
things like that. Hopefully these kinds of things will be
rectified in future firmware updates.
rural_cdn, May 12, 2009 The first thing you will notice is how dark the
screen is...it is dark. It can be hard to see
under many conditions. You will find yourself
turning around a lot trying to get a good view.
The interface is great, they put a lot of thought
into these units.
Malamute Man, April 22, 2009 I bought my Oregon 200 as a replacement for my
60Cx which I am using as a back-up.
I found the Oregon 200 to be an accurate, easy to
use unit without all the "bells and whistles" that
I don't need.