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GPS + Maps **SOLD**

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I have a Magellan 315 that's been used a total of about 5 times. It is like new condition.

Here are the specs:

With built-in coordinates for over 11,000 U.S. cities, the Magellan® GPS 315 lets you explore the outdoors with confidence. Designed for a variety of outdoor recreational activities, the rugged, weather-proof, pocket-sized, Magellan GPS 315 adds a new level of fun and safety to your adventure. You'll always know exactly where you are and where you're going to within 15 meters or better. Save up to 20 routes with 500 waypoints, while the trip odometer tells you exactly how far you've traveled, making it easy to find your way back.

Features

Fish Finder (not sure what that spec means, because it never found any fish for me)

Trip Computer Total average, Odometer

Waterproof Standard IPX7 Waterproof Standard, Rubber Armored Impact Resistant Plastic

Number of Routes 20

Battery Average Run Time 15 Hours

Map Features Internal, Download maps

Details

Display Size 1.33 in. x 2.2 in.

Antenna Type Quadrifilar Helix

PC Interface Serial RS-232

Dimensions (W X D X H) 2 in. x 1.3 in. x 6 in.

Weight 0.44 lb.

MPN gps 315

Also included is a set of 5 MN TOPO map CD's. I think i paid nearly $100 alone for this set. It is the entire state. The maps do not download into the GPS, but you can make routes, waypoints, POI's and download those into the GPS.

$75

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How about $60 for an almost new GPS?

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