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BUSHNELL 360310 D-TOUR GPS RECEIVER, GREEN
MARKS UP TO 5 LOCATIONS; RECORDS TRIPS OR WORKOUTS; INCLUDES TIME, ALTITUDE, TEMPERATURE, DIGITAL COMPASS, TRIP LENGTH & SPEED; GREEN
Keep track of every journey with the D Tour Personal GPS Tracking Device from Bushnell. High-functioning GPS capabilities and a precision digital compass with latitude and longitude allow you to track any course by automatically keeping track of time, temperature, and altitude, along with route, length and speed. You can mark and store up to five locations on the GPS and 24 hours worth of data. A great exercise tool, the D Tour can help track your fitness by recording your time and distance, charting your progress and helping you meet your goals. Hunters can keep track of territories, while boaters and fishers will find the GPS useful for navigation and marking sweet spots. After your workout, trip, or adventure, share you results on Facebook, email them to yourself or a friend, and save them to your computer.
What's in the Box?
Package Includes: 1 D-Tour GPS unit, 1 Quick-start guide, 1 USB cable
Keep track of your progress or routes by uploading D Tour data to your computer.
The D-Tour records course taken, length in miles and yards or meters and kilometers, speed, temperature, and elevation.
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I need a digital compass, a GPS tracker, a speed sensor and a device that point me to the waypoint and tell me the remain distance to the destination.
This D-Tour is 4 in 1.
Although the software that Bushnell provided is stupid that it cannot export the route and it use proprietary GPS track format.
But there are a website called GPS visualizer that can convert it to GPX.
And GPX can feed into tons of online or offline application that can give you a nice speed and elevation profile.
I haven't tested how long it can stay up and running. But I only need it to run for 8 hours per day as for a long bike trip I only ride for maximum 100km and I will go around the place and take rest. It claim it can run for 16-18 hours.
The major drawback of this device is it is bigger than I thought. But I think it is ok as the mount (bought separately) can fit on the T-Joint.
Construction: D-Tour seems solidly built, with an easy-to-use battery compartment with a solid latching mechanism, which is rare in small gadgets. To add to the durability, buy the well-designed cover which comes with the D-Tour Armband or D-Tour Bike Mount; I don't use the armband but the case that comes with it is excellent.
The first thing to break was the dust cover for the micro USB connection. It disappeared on my 2nd use of the unit. D-Tour is not water-proof, but will survive light rain; it's Presbyterian rather than Baptist because it can take baptism by sprinkling but not immersion. But with a missing USB dust cover, D-Tour ceases to be safe in rain. The Bushnell website does not offer this as a replacement part.
Display & Functioning: The display is clear and easy to read. If you calibrate the unit for every use, the compass is accurate. Calibration is easy, takes a few seconds of movement of the unit, and videos are available online. Temperature readings are reliable. D-Tour tracks my hikes and marks way points okay.
Software: The software is easy to install & use. While D-Tour doesn't have built-in maps the software will plot trips stored in the unit on a map when you connect to a computer. The software copies your trip data to a website, from which you can retrieve it at will; you can copy and share your maps.
But there are glitches. The website recognized my User Name and Password, but the software would not. I contacted support, and while I did not get a personal reply, after 2 days when I tried to open the software again, I got a notice of an update, and when this was installed the software recognized me. Either a coincidence, or a helpful but shy support person.
If you save trips that are similar in starting point, they may be superimposed on each other when you view them. Instead of seeing a particular trip, you see a conglomeration of two or three, Perhaps an odd feature. Click on the eye icon next to the name of the trip to remove it from the map so you see only the trip you want.
Does the unit accurately record where you've been? Usually. So far, 3 our of 4 trips were correctly represented on the map. But one had multiple errors, adding nearby places I had not visited and routes I had not taken.
Some reviewers claim D-Tour uses Google Maps, but my maps are from MapQuest and they are badly out of date. My street has been in existence for over 12 years, and it doesn't appear on the MapQuest charts. This street does appear on Google, Bing Maps, and Windows Streets & Trips; Delorme Street Atlas USA shows my street but misses some nearby which are just as old. I conclude MapQuest is inadequate. You don't have a choice of map to represent your stored data, so I'm stuck with inaccurate charts; that is, the data is usually correct, but the map on which it is displayed is out of date.
A warning about connecting to your computer. Page 8 of the instruction manual (which you need to download from Bushnell's website) correctly states you are to turn the unit on and then connect it to your computer. What it doesn't explain is that if you connect first, and then turn on D-Tour the unit will freeze up; it no longer responds and you can't even turn it off in the normal way. To unfreeze the unit, open the battery compartment and remove and then reinstall a battery.
I would suggest to Bushnell that they add this message to page 8: "Turn the D-Tour on BEFORE connecting it to the computer. If the unit is off when the connection is made, it will freeze when it is turned on."
I use the unit and live with its idiosyncrasies.
As a navigational aid the system is slow but reliable. In the clear it can take 2 to 3 min to get a GPS lock, under a canopy it can take 2 to 3 times that long. For me this isn't a big deal, but for an inpatient hunter or outdoors-person chomping on the bit to get out into the woods this can be an eternity. I've learned to remember to record the campsite location the night before so this isn't a deal breaker. I do appreciate that once the unit has a GPS lock it seems to keep that GPS lock, it does act as a reliable compass, and I appreciate having a reference heading and estimated distance to my destination when I'm out in the field.
As a "workout tracker" the device is a complete and total FAILURE. Yes, the software does let you overlay your track over a Google Map, it does show you an analysis of your performance, and you can share those tracks over social media and email but you can only do this through the Bushnell interface. There is no way of exporting your track to any other application. So, you CAN'T export your tracks to Google Earth, Endomondo, or any other service. It leaves me feeling a bit burnt as the sharing and saving verbiage in the marketing materials is a bit misleading. Also, there is no way of editing a track, so if and when it does misread your location it renders the aforementioned charts and graphs useless and with no means of remedy.
Until Bushnell updates the software to allow for actually editing and/or exporting of tracks to other applications I'd recommend looking at it's lesser expensive brethren, an actual fitness GPS, or a full blown outdoor GPS. Till then the D-Tour is, in my estimation, an overpriced device to avoid.
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Little difficult to get the concept but after that does everything it was designed to do