'A well-priced, well-made geocaching device for neophytes and those on a budget'
'Upgraded to the Magellan eXplorist GC'
'Great GPS for caching.'
'We were unsuccessful in our hunt, but--despite its initial satellite reception issues--the eXplorist had proven itself a worthy geocaching tool.'
'Innovative compass features'
'Relatively cheap for a hiking GPS'
'bright, color screen'
'This device is compatible with multiple specifications, but other features include a picture viewer, trip odometer, digital record book to keep track of your expedition, and more.'
'optional sturdy in-vehicle device holder'
'The unit maintained a good signal on the console of my car'
'performance was generally good.'
'can get a good gps signal even indoors, or when line-of-site is not available.'
'the map view is a fairly clean screen.'
'advanced, easy-to-use GPS navigation'
'Magellan has done an excellent job showing a lot of information without cluttering the screen.'
'high end device'
'the system automatically recalculates a route if the driver misses a turn.'
'easy, powerful and personalized GPS navigation'
'built-in three-axis compass that is incredibly accurate'
'This quickly became a favorite receiver for the GearReview.com staff.'
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