Garmin Oregon 750

Garmin Oregon 750
Garmin Oregon 750
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Oregon 750 by Garmin
Getting from point A to B is always harder than it looks on a map. The Garmin Oregon 750 takes the guesswork out of route finding through GPS/GLONASS satellite reception, so you're always certain of your location when you're backpacking, hiking, cycling, or driving across the country. Garmin pulled all the stops with the Oregon 750 by incorporating Wi-Fi connectivity, active weather support, and a built-in camera that automatically geotags photos. Wi-Fi connectivity makes downloading new maps, software, and geocaches more convenient, and the pre-loaded North America base map means this unit is ready to go right out of the box.

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