Bushnell GPS BackTrack Personal Locator
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- Store and locate up to 3 locations, provides distance and direction back
- High sensitivity SiRF star III GPS receiver, Self calibrating digital compass
- Weather resistant, Operates on 2AAA batteries (not included)
- Compact size stores easily in your pocket or purse
- Lanyard included for easy attachment
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|Display Size||2 in||2.2 in||1.7 in||2.6||2.2 in||2.2 in|
|Item Dimensions||6 x 10 x 2 in||4 x 1.3 x 2.1 in||0.9 x 1.7 x 2.9 in||4.2 x 1.4 x 6.3 in||4 x 2.1 x 1.3 in||4 x 2.1 x 1.3 in|
|Item Weight||0.5 lb||5 ounces||3.1 ounces||0.58 lb||4.96 ounces||4.96 ounces|
The Bushnell Backtrack- Never Get Lost Again with the easiest to use personal location finder. Just mark the location and BackTrack will help you get back. Use it at the mall and stadium parking lots, at the festival, the park, for travel or your next outdoor adventure.
There's nothing quite as refreshing as a good hike or snowshoe trip, but there's nothing quite as terrifying as getting lost on the trail. Enter the Bushnell GPS BackTrack personal locator, which gets you back to your car or home base safely and easily. The BackTrack is a breeze to use, with an intuitive two-button design that employs GPS technology in its most basic format. All you have to do is mark the location of your car, campsite, or anything else (the BackTrack stores up to three locations) and then forget it until it's time to return. At the end of the day, just select the stored location and the BackTrack will display the direction and distance to travel until you return. You can use it to locate a treestand or trailhead, to find your car in a crowded parking lot, even to rendezvous with a group. Plus, it's extremely compact, so you can stow it conveniently in your pocket, pack, or purse.
The BackTrack is weather-resistant and operates on two AAA batteries (not included). It also comes with a lanyard for easy attachment.
Bushnell has been the industry leader in high-performance sports optics for more than 50 years. The company's guiding principle is to provide the highest quality, most reliable, and most affordable sports optics products on the market. Bushnell product lines enhance the enjoyment of every outdoor pursuit, including nature study, hunting, fishing, birding, and stargazing. Indoors, the company's binoculars bring the audience closer to the action in fast-moving sports or the fine arts at theaters and concerts.
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I wouldn't rely too heavily on which way the direction arrow is pointing. When you're in the process of trying to return to a saved location, the direction arrow does not always point in the exact direction of your saved location. If you keep in mind that the direction indication is not exact, you'll find the BackTrack works quite well. The compass function works about as well as the direction finding indicator. When using the compass, the direction arrow points generally north. If an accurate compass is important to you, you might want to carry an old-fashioned magnetic compass as well.
Here are some important things to remember when using the BackTrack. Any time the unit is on, the back of the unit should be parallel with the ground. If you hold it like a compass, then drop your hand down to walk, then bring the unit back up level, your readings will probably not be accurate. Once the unit is powered off, you can put it into any orientation and the accuracy won't be affected. I made the mistake of accidentally not shutting off the unit before putting it in my pocket once. When I took it out again and powered it up, the compass was 180 degrees off. If you find the compass is that far off, walk in a figure-8 pattern a few times while holding the unit level and it should re-calibrate. If you have not moved a great distance since the last time you turned on your BackTrack, it does not take very long for it to get a satellite lock on its location. I've moved a couple of hundred miles, then turned the unit on and it took about a minute to lock in.
Even with the short-comings of the BackTrack, I am happy with it. For what the unit does, you can't beat the price.
I recieved the item yesterday... the first thing i noticed was the worn dirty giant sticker that said REFURBISHED on the back. I turned the box over and the box was dirty and worn. I opened the box to find a dirty bubble wrap wad that smelled like burnt plastic. in the wad was the item. the item obviously had a new face plate on it shiney and clean. but there was sticky black specs on the back and the lophole for the lanyard was worn so much the paint was thinned to the point of being totally black - not orange. I am flabergasted at the absolute rediculousness of the situation im not sure what im gonna do with this piece of junk.
oh yeah i dont know if the thing works or not, it wont stay on long enough to try. and, the only info about the item was a bent slip of recycled paper that read, "for manual go to bushnell.com".
I continued to hike a few more miles into the forest and set up camp. When the time came to return I kept the BackTrack on the entire time and followed it every step of the way to see if it would get met lost. Sure enough it brought me right back to the vehicle without any problems at all. I was very skeptical when I first bought the device, but I am very happy with the purchase. I would definitely recommend it to anyone out there that wants a simple device to get them home again.
As with all technology, do not put your life in the hands of an electronic gadget. The BackTrack is a neat tool and great just in case you do lose your way, but it does not take the place of good navigation principles. Learn to use a map and compass and be aware of your surroundings at all times. Thanks for reading, and happy camping!