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Bushnell Bear Grylls Edition Back Track Original G2 GPS Personal Locator and Digital Compass, Orange/Black

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  • Stores andLocates Up To 3 Locations
  • High Sensitivity GPS Receiver
  • Self- Calibrating Digital Compass
  • Led Backlight
  • Compact Size
  • Stores and locates up to three locations
  • High sensitivity GPS receiver, utilizes the latest digital technology
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Product Description

Bushnell BackTrack G2 GPS Personal Locator and Digital Compass: Bear Grylls Edition

Unlike Bear Grylls, most of us will never find ourselves being dropped into hostile environments or eating insects to survive. But let’s face it; getting lost can be very scary. The Bear Grylls Edition Bushnell BackTrack G2 ensures you will never get lost again with the easiest to use personal navigation device. The BackTrack has an ergonomic shape and improved design. Utilizing GPS technology in its simplicity, it has just two buttons and stores up to three location

Accurate and Easy-to-use

The Bear Grylls BackTrack G2 is a high sensitivity GPS receiver utilizing the latest digital technology. Capable of storing and locating up to three separate locations, and also includes a self-calibrating digital compass

Perfect for Hiking, Outdoor Exercise, Hunting, Fishing, and more

Whether it's marking a car in a crowded parking lot or a campsite in the woods, the BackTrack provides distance (yards/miles or meters/kilometers) and a directional arrow to any of the three saved locations at the push of a button. In addition, the BackTrack can be used as a digital compass. At the end of the day, mark your desired location and the unit displays the direction and distance of travel from your mark. Use it at the mall and stadium parking lots, at the festival, the park, for travel or your next outdoor adventure.


Features and Specifications
  • Store and locate up to three separate locations.
  • High sensitivity GPS receiver
  • Self-calibrating digital compass
  • Compact size stores easily in your pocket
  • LED backlight
  • Auto Shutoff
  • Includes a bonus Rescue Mirror
  • Screen Type: Grayscale LCD
  • Battery Type: 2 AAA (not included)
  • Dimensions (in): 3.54"(H) x 2.95"(W) x .75"(D)


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.9 x 6.2 x 1 inches ; 5.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00975PTVY
  • Item model number: 360401BG
  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #51,991 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By M DiGati on February 28, 2013
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Used it to find my way back to the campsite.....headed out exploring new trails....and knew I had nothing to fear...because my Bushnell Back Track is able to guide me back to the campsite....in time for that camp fire meal!!! One of the best investments I have made this year!!!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By DJ MinWah on June 28, 2013
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With any GPS-ish unit, you can expect accuracy from a few feet to about 20 feet. For its basics, it does what it's supposed to do...it's not meant to get you exactly within an inch or even a centimeter of your waypoint(s). I use this when I know I'm going to be out and around for the day and I have to remember where I was (think huge parking lots, amusement parks, county fairs, outdoor concerts, etc.). I'm sure you could do the same function with an app and a smartphone but if you don't have that luxury and are looking for a one-purpose unit, this does exactly what it's meant to do.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By The Scout on September 12, 2013
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The Bushnell BackTrack Original G2 is the first GPS device I've ever owned. I just wanted something to simply help me find my way back should I get lost on a dayhike.

The product worked right out of the box. Two AAA batteries and it was ready to go. I almost didn't need the instructions (Like programming a digital watch), so it should be fairly easy for anybody to set-up and use.

To test it, I first marked a location I wanted to return to on the device (Outside my front door); you can save up to three locations. While on a short-distance food run, the arrow on the device pointed back to my marked location. Worked great! I used it at night, and there's a blue back-light to illuminate the screen; not super-bright, just bright enough. As for the compass feature, its basic and easy to read. I made sure it was working correctly by comparing it to other digital and normal compasses I have. The entire device is light, compact and has an opening you can use to clip to your pack or belt, via carabiner or cordage.

My only concern is that I'm not sure how long this will last without changing the batteries (Store-brand, nothing special), but it does show how much juice is left via the screen. It also shuts off automatically after 10 minutes. The screen isn't scratch-proof, but then again, its only a $50 product.

If I could add one thing to the device, it would be a clock feature.

I purchased the Bear Grylls version of the product. While a large number of outdoorsmen and survivalists bemoan anything that has to do with Bear, I am actually quite a fan of his and own several Bear products (Though I completely understand all of the criticism; not much is real in "reality" television).
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Michael Bratisax on June 15, 2013
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If you go to a baseball game and were smart enough to mark your location then this is all you need to find your car. It has other useful uses such as a compass but its basic function is to help you backtrack from the location you last marked. I would not recommend this item for any serious hiker as a compass and map will provide far better data to get you where you are going, not where you were.

This is basically what was stated in the description so I cannot fault it for not having more uses.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Jessalyn Rogers on July 25, 2013
I've been watching the new Bear Grylls show for the last few weeks on NBC. After I saw some of the Gerber products I did a search for Bear and came across this guy. I saw they had been using it on the show so I decided to give it a try even with some of the negative reviews. And I'm glad I didn't listen. If you pay attention to the instruction manual, you should have no issues. I have used it 4-5 times so far in large parking lots and been pleasantly surprised. The first time it did take a bit to get the reception but after that it was almost instant. You also have to flip it in circles for it to get an accurate read when you initially use it.
It feels good in my hand size wise and claims to have a good battery life. The thing I HATED was the packaging. I hate those sharp, hard to open plastic packages that cut your hands up when trying to open them.
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By M. McCauley on July 12, 2013
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We were so hopeful about getting two personal GPS's for use in our up coming Colorado hunting trip. We set up the GPS's per instructions which were minimal. Then set the way point at our driveway. Then we drove a short distance around a curve and down a hill to see how the GPS's would function. One pointed one direction, and not towards the house. The other pointed in a different direction (and not just a slight difference from the 1st unit), and it was not towards the house. We walked a ways with the units thinking that might activate them. No. They did turn, but still not towards the house. Next we drove to a shopping area. Setting the way point in one parking lot, we walked down the sidewalk then across the street into another parking lot. We could see the spot of our way point, but the GPS's were pointing in the wrong directions, and the two units were not pointing in the say direction.
We don't know what happened, or why it was giving us such bad readings. We sent them back to Amazon for a refund, which was promptly give to us. The prompt refund was the only good thing that happened out of this exercise.
We were very disappointed in Bushnell and this product.
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