Garmin eTrex Legend Handheld
Price Range:$104.99 to $150.00
The Garmin eTrex Legend is a reliable WAAS-capable receiver that rapidly and easily finds your position and lets you easily reach your... Read More
The Garmin eTrex Legend is a reliable WAAS-capable receiver that rapidly and easily finds your position and lets you easily reach your destination. With a full basemap of America, the Atlantic, or the Pacific, this Garmin GPS receiver takes you to your desired location quickly. The decent capacity internal memory of this Garmin GPS device store all your maps and routes. The Garmin eTrex Legend GPS receiver has 1000 waypoints, 10 navigation tracks, 2048 tracklog points, and more, which lets you rapidly find your landmarks through an easiest route. You can navigate for an entire day, with ease, as this Garmin GPS receiver that has a battery life of up to 18 hours. The 160 x 288 pixels LCD screen of this Garmin GPS device provides a clear view of your menu and maps. Minimize
Product Review Summary
187 Reviews from Epinions.com
Aug 21, 2010
Garmin eTrex Legend Handheld GPS Receiver - Functional but Outdated
Pros: works well for orienteering, easy to use & manage
Cons: satellite reception not all that great when anything is blocking the sky, technology outdated
The technology of most GPS units has far eclipsed what is here making it little more than a glorified compass now.
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May 14, 2009
Good Entry Level GPS
Pros: Easy to use and cheap !
Cons: Loses signal in deep woods
Great option for the casual user on a budget, but if I were lost in the wilderness - I'd probably want more. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 26, 2008
Good GPS unit for the casual user
Pros: Rugged. Easy to read in sunlight. Runs a long time on 2 batteries
Cons: Keeps losing reception.
The Etrex Legend needs a perfectly clear sky with no cloud cover or trees in order to lock on to the satellites. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 28, 2007
A good gps unit for the money
Pros: Small, allows you to find your location easily
Cons: Loses signal indoors and in dense urban areas / trees
good for if you enjoy the outdoors, but for vehicle navigation its a little tough. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 15, 2007
Etrex Legend - buy it for the technology ...
Pros: Awesome technology
Cons: Poor build
Recommended Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 20, 2007
Pros: Price and handiness
Cons: No reset button for trip odometer Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 26, 2007
Where Am I?
Pros: Price, ease of hand held use, uncomplicated
Cons: Aging technology, battery life, antenna sensitivity
If you do not need an audio prompted, turn-by-turn hand hold to your destination, you could save with this older technology Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 10, 2007
Pros: Durable, good interface
Cons: time it takes to locate satellites
This is a good device for toying around with and using for simple running and bike trails. Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 15, 2007
Excellent functionality. Great value.
Pros: Ease of use. Accuracy.
Cons: Not enough time in the day to get out and use it.
Excellent choice for the recreational user. Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 11, 2007
great for it's size and has map!
Pros: size and price. build in map is great
Cons: map is out dated, small memory, loose signal easily. Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 8, 2007
Great GPS Receiver!
Pros: Accurate, rugged.
Cons: Monocolor screen sometimes hard to read, no USB interface cable in package ($35 bought separately). Read More at Epinions.com