- Product Dimensions: 10 x 6 x 2 inches ; 1.6 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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- ASIN: B001F7BL0K
- Item model number: 360055
- National Stock Number: 6650-01-392-8085
- Average Customer Review: 242 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #240,020 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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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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.
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When we were in Hanoi, we had a general idea of where to go and we also brought 2 maps with us. We ended up getting lost from the path we were trying to take on the map due to lack of road signs in many areas. The great thing was that it didn't really matter if we got lost because when we were tired from walking, all I had to do was take out the handy dandy Bushnell BackTrack GPS and it guided us back to our hotel.
The downside was that the accuracy was off by about 15 yards. I stopped to look at the GPS and noticed it said to keep going ahead for 15 yards and my fiancee said to me that we were standing right in front of our hotel. (For anyone that has been to Vietnam, you'll know that the buildings are packed like sardines.)It was raining that whole day so maybe that is what may have set the GPS to be slightly inaccurate.
It isn't perfect and it may not always be accurate, but it is still something I highly recommend if you're going to a country that doesn't have GPS mapping. Also, the device is pretty large... probably about the size of an average man's palm. I was hoping that the LCD face was about the size of a screen on a wrist watch.
When shut and locked, the POINTS of the two small arrow heads are about opposite the two small dots on the main body. To remove the cover, rotate the cover clockwise about one quarter inch, to where the REAR of the two arrow heads are now about opposite the two small dots. Now turn the instrument face up. The back cover should drop off. If not, try rotating the cover a little farther. The total rotation movement will not be more than a half inch.
To improve the ease of rotating, Using a toothpick I put a tiny amount of vaseline inside the four locking plastic nibs before replacing and relocking the cover.
Make sure to turn the cover counterclockwise AS FAR AS POSSIBLE when locking the cover back in place.
I first used the BBT without an open view of the horizon, resulting that the arrow pointed about forty degrees off left on both marked locations and north. The distances were only several yards out (ie. GOOD), however, so I tried two ways to correct the arrow, one or both of which worked to perfection. First I removed the batteries for several hours, thinking to erase my sin, but alas not so(??). Next, although in my area I don't have a perfect horizon, I spent an hour or so walking from one "good" area to another with the BBT turned on in those places with positive results. The north arrow is now within two or three degrees of true north and the location pointers are accurate at ten yards without dancing around.
It is my feeling, therefore, that "acquiring" the greatest number of satellites in my circumstances was not a singular act, but indeed an ongoing process.
I now give the BBT (Bushnell BackTracker) five stars...The instructions could have been more helpfull in this situation, however, so I only give them three stars.