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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
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
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.
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Got it for the hikes I take in the woods, an the parking lots of where on earth is that truck I parked...........Published 5 days ago by vark
It works great, it repeat with in 10 yards of the original seting, Survivor Man should carry one of this, he'll never get lost.Published 18 days ago by Chris Bory
For those that are not electronic savvy like me, this is the way to go! Very simple to usePublished 27 days ago by john scavotto
I love the whole idea of a back tracker. Lock a point and find your way back. This item is pretty easy to operate but here's the catch: it doesn't work. Read morePublished 29 days ago by AG
I tried it in city limits to walk the dog. It took about 30 seconds to acquire the satellites. I marked a spot & went walking. Read morePublished 1 month ago by aaron sandoval