Magellan eXplorist 300 - 2.3 in. Handheld GPS Receiver
MAGELLAN Explorist 300 GPS Handheld System - The eXplorist 300 adds a trio of advanced tools to the built-in nationwide background map for... Read More
MAGELLAN Explorist 300 GPS Handheld System - The eXplorist 300 adds a trio of advanced tools to the built-in nationwide background map for easier navigation: a barometer, an altimeter and an electronic compass, which eliminates the need to be in motion to get a direction to a destination. Like the eXplorist 200, the eXplorist 300 contains a background map with roads, parks, waterways, airports and more, plus three navigation screens and the ability to save five track-log files with up to 2000 points each. The ideal choice for outdoor adventures, the blue-cased eXplorist 300 is a robust GPS Receiver delivering all of these major features, at a most-affordable price. Minimize
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Product Review Summary
8 Reviews from Epinions.com
Aug 24, 2005
Good Piece of Equipment
Pros: Ease of use, durability
Cons: detail of maps, ability to download Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 19, 2005
Pros: Rugged construction, good display, compass and barometer are a big plus
Cons: Like every other GPS on the market, the interface is poorly designed Read More at Epinions.com
May 11, 2006
Awesome accuracy for the price.
Pros: VERY accurate, detailed maps, and EASY to use.
Cons: No PC connection to upload more detailed maps. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 7, 2004
good outdoors gps
Pros: great tracking, nice package, electronic compass/temp features, good memory
Cons: no external connections, high battery consumption, road detail
Nov 26, 2005
Reliable Entry Unit (with minor interface limitations)
Pros: good signal, impressive internal mapping, decent screen & visuals.
Cons: missing external link, annoying battery cover screw, small buttons/controls.
Jun 12, 2006
Good if you want the basics
Pros: Uses AA batteries (you can carry a extra) Uses barometric pressure for determining altitude
Cons: No computer interface. It takes forever to manually input all of your waypoints.
Oct 30, 2007
Bad tech support or product?
Pros: Sleek design, detailed basic map
Cons: Unreliable, bad tracking, slow satellite locking, plagued with problems Read More at Epinions.com