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Best GPS for around 100$$

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Just wondering lookin at some different gps's and dont want to spen much more then 100 bucks on one,what brand and or model has the most features or bang for my bucks..was lookin at the line of garmin etrex or something like that for around 100 bucks? confused.gif

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Yes your looking at the E-trex line the yellow one is about $100.

The E-trex line is okay,I still have my Garmin III plus nice hand held unit someone was selling a used one in good shape for like $125 I'll see if it's still for sale. IN my opinion it's a lot better then the E-trex line.

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I have an E-trex, the yellow one only in the camo model. It always gets me back to where I started... I have used it to plot waypoints in the middle of the day that I have found for only the second time the next morning at oh-dark-thirty. Mostly trails thru the weeds to get back to a good looking deer spot. Then again, I am the guy that would never spend $150.00 on a fishing rod. Take care and N Joy the Hunt././Jimbo

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I have the garmin e-trex legend. It is not very expensive and does have a few nice options and a base map. I think it is a good unit for the money and worth a look.

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I picked up the Garmin eMap on clearance for about $80. Great unit for the price. It has a large display and comes with some pretty good maps. I'm sure you can pick one up on the auction sites, but they are discontinued, so you can't buy it "new."

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