'Works well in an automobile and on the trails'
'Built-in waterproof camera'
'Extensive customization options'
'Good battery life'
'Unique multimedia features'
'Strong, long-lasting and adaptable'
'Robust and versatile'
'Brighter screen than previous Oregon models'
'Easy to use'
'one dynamic device'
'great new track navigation features'
'Preferred outdoor option'
'for the most part the controls were intuitive and easy to use.'
'Great touch screen interface'
'Full geocaching support requires a premium membership at geocaching.com.'
'THE OREGON IS AWESOME (Works Both On Road and Off-Road)'
'Nice upgrade from my Oregon 300'
'Great GPS but too many bugs needing fixed.'
'Expensive as a stand alone GPS'
'Hybrid interface (buttons and touchscreen) can be confusing.'
'The 42 channel GPS receiver is WAAS enabled for greater accuracy.'
'display isn’t readable in direct sunlight, slow acquisition times, 3-D view isn’t available with preloaded maps.'
'ANT short distance low power consumption wireless technology'
'Solid navigational experience'
'new 3D mariner’s-eye-view' map perspective'
'Pop in a microSD card and some batteries and you're ready to go.'
'rugged, metal-plated, waterproof case'
'the map can be somewhat difficult.'
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