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This item: Garmin Etrex Legend GPS Receiver
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The eTrex Legend's 8 MB memory enables you to download points of interest and map data from optional Garmin MapSource CD-ROMs to make your GPS unit more useful. The built-in base map of the Americas displays city and interstate highway information for North, South, and Central America, as well as U.S. highway exits. Address and business listings are displayed with data downloads. It also provides points of interest along lakes, rivers, and coastlines.
The Legend has a front-panel rocker switch that allows for quick and accurate map panning. View maps on a liquid crystal display with a resolution of 288 x 160 pixels. The unit is waterproof to an IPX7 standard, so it can withstand a dunk.
The Legend maintains a tight satellite lock, even in a forest. The unit can store up to 1,000 user waypoints with graphical icons, and it boasts Garmin's own TracBack feature, which reverses your track log and helps you navigate your way back home. The eTrex Legend also uses animated graphics that will help you identify your marked waypoints quickly and easily.
Garmin makes some of the accessories to help you integrate your GPS with your life and your priorities. Keep your GPS at the ready while protecting it from knocks and bumps with the carrying case. If you'll be on the road, you'll want to have access to the most detailed topographical maps of the United States available: The Garmin MapSource CD-ROM (USA TOPO). And don't let the product's many abilities overwhelm you--train yourself in all the eTrex's ins and outs with a handy instructional video.
The Garmin eTrex Legend comes with a PC interface cable, a manual, and a quick-reference card, and it's covered by a one-year warranty.
It's worked well for me on all of my adventures and is very easy to use.
(WAAS brings it from 27 ft. down to under 10 ft when you are covered by WAAS enabled satellites) But the signal gets degraded easily.
Comes with a serial cable, most USB to serial adapters don't work so if you don't have a serial port you have a problem.
Ive used this gps on probaby a dozen long distance hikes. It works great except for one thing: once its internal memory runs out, it deletes massive amounts of previously recorded... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Wildernessman
Did not expect it to be in original box with all stuff... Very pleased and using it already...Published 1 month ago by steven g sena
I have so many great memories geocaching with the eTrex Legend from 2003-2006. These things were notorious for weak satellite reception in forested areas, and also for the rubber... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ryanst
Now this is old technology, but it was a pain to get and load maps onto this with a Mac. Now I'm thinking this should become part of some High altitude balloon project because I... Read morePublished 4 months ago by T.Mogilner
I've gone threw two of these now. They are glitchy, outdated and have poor satellite receive. Buy a newer model. Even new these units were junk.Published 6 months ago by Rains
I bought this GPS many years ago,I used it for along time then my son has been using it for the past few years to do his Geocaching that he does with his daughter,Its a little more... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Scott J Munch
Unless it is being bought specifically for mild hiking, other GPS units are preferred. This was a gift for my daughter, she got some use from it but then replaced it with a... Read morePublished 6 months ago by R. M. E.
I think I bought this device around 2004. Back then, the eTrex Legend was an acceptable device for its price. I used it in various situations: on roadtrips, sailing, hiking etc. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ricardo Reis
Terrible screen view. Looks and feels like an antique. Has the half life of a cricket. Don't bother, the GPS on your smart phone is far better. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jeffrey Taylor