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GPSMAP 66S vs GPSMAP 64S – Australian Release and Review

Posted: 29/10/2018 at 10:03 AM   /   Editors-Choice, Featured, Handheld GPS, Handheld GPS, Reviews, What's New

Garmin has announced the new successor to the Garmin GPSMAP 64 series handheld GPS units. Unlike the 64 series, there will only be two models in this series, and both […]

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Top 5 Hiking Handheld GPS devices for 2018

Posted: 10/08/2018 at 3:46 PM   /   Editors-Choice, Featured, Handheld GPS, What's New

When looking at hiking GPS, I usually start with the most important metrics like case design(rugged/waterproof), battery life, weight, mapping and then move on to aspects like display size, included […]

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Rural Applications using Garmin GPS and Magellan

Posted: 26/02/2018 at 4:24 PM   /   About GPS, Editors-Choice, Featured, Handheld GPS, How To Guide, What's New

GPS and Altimeter functions. Copyright Kimball J Thurlow at Johnny Appleseed GPS, Brisbane, 1800 477477. www.ja-gps.com.au Glossary: Marked point, recorded point, waypoint, – all have the same meaning. Go To, […]

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Best Tech Gifts Ideas for Photographers – 2017

Posted: 01/12/2017 at 2:03 PM   /   Editors-Choice, Handheld GPS, What's New

Photographers and GPS Tech?  I’ve had a couple close photographer friends of mine asking me about handheld GPS units and PLB’s, and I didn’t quite understand why at first but […]

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Montana 680t Review – Everything you need to know

Posted: 10/11/2017 at 1:51 PM   /   Editors-Choice, Handheld GPS, Handheld GPS, Reviews, What's New

Montana Series Whether you’re going on a hike, trekking through a desert, riding through rough bush trails or even out on the water the Montana 680t from Garmin can do […]

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Garmin Rino 700 vs 750 – Which One Is Better?

Posted: 28/07/2017 at 12:52 PM   /   Featured, Handheld GPS, Reviews, What's New

Garmin Rino 700 GPS ReleaseIt was around this time last year that Garmin started releasing the Rino 750 which represented a much more refined version of the previous iteration the […]

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