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Speedometer on the Ifinder H2O

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I think there is a speedometer on the H2O but can't seem to figure it out. Can anybody tell me how to turn it on.

Thanks!

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Hit your pages button until you get the screen with all the digital readings. It should be on the left hand side.

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Or, from your map page, hit exit 3 times and an analog speedo will pop up. You can use Zoom in and Zoom out to adjust the range on the speedo.

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Thanks guys I will check it out. smile.gif

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The speedometer is labeled as "GS" for ground speed.

Go to customize and check off the GS box, then it should appear on the lower left side of the screen.

Good luck! grin.gif

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