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Oregon 300 puts the great outdoors at your fingertips. This next-generation handheld features a rugged, touchscreen along with a built-in basemap with shaded relief, a high-sensitivity receiver, barometric altimeter, electronic compass, microSD card slot, picture viewer and more.
GARMIN OREGON 300 HANDHELD GPS WITH WORLDWIDE DEM BASEMAP Cradle / Docking Station - 010-00697-01
$34.13 - $76.95
pros: --Quick processor --Larger internal memory. --Profiles are a very nice feature.
cons: --USB power cable is hard to insert in the dark. --Lack buttons
upgraded from 76CSx; I'm happy.
I am a daily user of GPSs. I need them for work (biologist) and for play (birdwatcher). This m... See Full Review
pros: Easy to use. The touch screen is nice. Boots fast.
cons: See the review body for the cons.
I'm a long time user of the Garmin GPS. I recently decided to upgrade from the etrex Vista CX to the... See Full Review
pros: Nice size, shaded relief, and super fast sat lock
cons: To many things. I listed in my review.
Looks great upfront but will leave you wanting more
I read some of the comments about the problems with the Oregon, but I think they were played d... See Full Review