[kag] Re: New GPSr models

  • From: Lucas.DG@xxxxxxxxxxxx
  • To: kag@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2005 08:52:43 -0500

Ya know...

I had a Magellan 315 for 6 years.  I just got a FREE Garmin 60CS (Wife
bought a Toyota, they gave her a GPS - she gave it to me.  I won).

I honestly don't think I would have paid for all the goodies that come wi=
it.  Colour screen is nice, Maps are cool, alarm clock is... games are...=

But all things considered, I'm glad it was free.  One of these expensive
fancy-assed new models might be worth it if you have NO GPS, but spending
all that money just to upgrade?  Nah.

Just my opinion (which in my little world is all that matters).


-----Original Message-----
From: Lib Mendon=E7a [mailto:lsmendonca@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, 4, February, 2005 08:47 AM
To: kag@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [kag] New GPSr models

Hey guys, a Montreal area geocacher has just posted some interesting news=
the geoqueont listserv. I'll just quote him:
>I got my new catalogue from Le Baron and was looking at the new stuff=20
in the GPS section, I wanted to read about the new eXplorist 500 and=20
600 but I ended up being intrigued by Lowrance iFINDER series, the=20
entry level iFINDER GO has 16 channels, maps, WAAS EGNOS, 16mb, and more,
all for just $99 Canadian, this beats the Gecko series and the=20
entry SporTrak anyday!!! <

Those of you in the market for a new unit might want to examine this
iFINDER. It sounds very capable at a very reasonable cost. Do your resear=
and enjoy the hunt!=20


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