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Excellent

AdvantagesVery accurate position finder. High functionality.

DisadvantagesNeeds batteries. Can operate continuously for only 24 hours

...position, with adjustments for tidal drift and leeway for wind conditions. There is some element of guesswork and estimation in this and in poor conditions, updating the chart can be difficult and especially so if the crew is inexperienced at boat handling. Magellan GPS 2000 - a solution? Yes – one of them. Never a substitute for accurate chartwork, DR navigation and log-keeping. There a...

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Excellent

AdvantagesBrilliant Features. Extremely easy to use. Built in SD card reader.

DisadvantagesSlightly pricey compared to other GPS systems.

...far away from you they are. The navigation system itself can be set to 2D or 3D. Both are pretty much the same, but the 3D takes a bit of time to get used to. When in downtown areas, some buildings even appear as 3D structures! The voice navigation is also quite useful. You can set it to a male or female voice, set the volume level, and when he/she speaks. Destinations can be saved into the GPS...

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Good

AdvantagesSize, speed, colours, waterproof, SD slot

DisadvantagesReliance on poor Magellan Maps, no third party support

...I wanted a small GPS unit principally for my off road mountain biking activities. It's a real hassle stopping the bike unfolding the OS map and working out precisely where you are, on a legitimate bridle path or in a farmers backyard. When I saw the advert for the new eXplorist 500 at £350, featuring Magellan's topographical UK map, I thought this is it, a bit expensive, but just what I...

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