Enjoy off-the-grid locations and backyard wilderness areas like never before with enhanced precision and faster tracking of the Garmin eTrex 22x. Utilizing a staggering 24 extra satellites from the Russian-based GLONASS, this GPS receiver locks onto a signal approximately 20% faster than units relying on standard GPS satellites alone. Enhanced ergonomics make this GPS receiver a pleasure to grip, yet this unit retains its legendary toughness and waterproof protection. A 25-hour battery life ensures that you don't get left in the woods while hiking, biking, or camping, and the battery compatibility makes packing extra juice for extended journeys easier than ever. A wide variety of compatible Garmin mounts (sold separately) attach to ATVs, boats, bicycles, and cars alike. This GPS receiver supports paperless geocaching via GPX files from OpenCaching. com. Detailed geocache information including location, terrain, difficulty, hints, and descriptions are included with GPX files for simplified geocaching. Customizable profiles and dashboards aid in switching tasks and accommodate a wide variety of activities with vital navigation stats. Advanced tracking capability measures elevation points along with start and finish waypoints for estimating time and distance between locations. Included with the eTrex 22x, a worldwide basemap is sufficient for a wide array of outdoor activities such as hiking, hunting, geocaching, camping, and boating. Extensive map support with compatible TOPO 24K, City Navigator NT (turn-by-turn), and BirdsEye Satellite Imagery allows you to upgrade to higher-quality maps when necessary. Compatible Garmin Express and BaseCamp software are available online free of charge. These applications allow you to update maps and software, view and organize previous expeditions, as well as share custom Garmin Adventures with friends and family.
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