Garmin eTrex 10 GPS

Garmin eTrex 10 GPS
$109.99
eTrex 10 GPS by Garmin
Price subject to change | SKU: GRM005R

Garmin eTrex 10 GPS

Quickly locking onto satellites for painless location pinpointing, the Garmin eTrex 10 GPS delivers reliable navigation and rugged dependability for outdoor enthusiasts venturing deep into the wilderness. Simultaneously tracking both GPS and Russian-based GLONASS satellites, the eTrex 10 GPS finds your position approximately 20-percent faster than traditional GPS receivers. Suddenly, locking onto a GPS signal is incredibly quick, as GLONASS adds 24 additional satellites for speedy signal transmission. Plus, HotFix satellite prediction gives regular users even faster satellite acquisition by predicting the positioning of GPS satellites up to three-days since its last use. Offering no-nonsense functionality, the eTrex 10 GPS features built-in memory, with the ability to store up to 50 routes to follow, 100 completed tracks, and 1000 waypoints. While it lacks the topographic and shaded relief basemaps of Garmin's premium offerings, the eTrex 10's Worldwide basemap guides you to remote locations by following pre-loaded routes and previously completed tracks. It's great for paperless geocaching, storing GPX files with all the pertinent information, such as terrain, hints, and descriptions. Customizable profiles and dashboards provide streamlined screen navigation when you're wayfinding through the wilderness. The eTrex 10 GPS stands up to rigorous use in the wilderness, easily surviving small drops with its rubberized design. IPX-7 standard construction means it's dust, dirt, humidity, and water-resistant, withstanding one-meter submersion up to 30-minutes. 25-hour battery life ensures plenty of juice for extensive outings, with the ability to swap 2 batteries at a moment's notice. Plus, it effortlessly updates with Garmin Express software, which is available for free on both Mac and PC. Also, the eTrex 10 GPS comes with quick start-up instructions and a USB cable for updating your device.

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