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Eagle IntelliMap 502c / 642c iGPS?

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Has anyone used either of these units, and has a review? I'm looking to find a decent entry level GPS only unit, and these seem pretty reasonably priced.

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Used 'em , liked 'em, same goes for the previous 332/3500 series. Lots of guys have these units, lots of guys like them.

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I have a 502 Ci. Locator/gps combo. Only had it for two weeks, but I like it so far. Still learning how to use it to its fullest though.

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I have a 502c and would give it high grades in most catagories. My only complaint is that the color screen can be hard to see with polorized sun glasses. You have to be looking at the screen at just the right angle to read it clearly. I have heard from others that this is true for all color units.

Pat K

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