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GARMIN VISTA C - Handheld GPS Unit

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FOR SALE:

Garmin Vista C GPS Unit

I've used this little unit for a year now, mostly to find deer stand locations that I've set-up a ways from the road on new properties. The thing is excellent for navigating considering the electronic compas that doesn't require you to be moving to work. I bought it for $300 last fall, mostly for all the features it had while still being compact and light.

Price: $195 OBO

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Here are just some of the specs. Do a google search for full specs on this unit!

-Barometric altimeter provides extremely accurate elevation for hikers and climbers

-Electronic compass so you can get a heading when standing still

-256-color, sunlight-readable display makes it easy to distinguish map details and see where you’re going

-Automatic route generation, off-route recalculation, turn-by-turn directions with alert tones, and icon-driven menus for finding points of interest (when combined with Garmin’s optional MapSource® CDs) navigate you safely to your destination*

Longer battery life for more hours of outdoor enjoyment

-Mini-USB port for fast, convenient download of map data from Garmin’s entire library of optional MapSource CDs using a PC

Email joel@fishingminnesota.com if interested!

Thanks,

Joel

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-Unit inlcudes a free USB cable to transfer your data to computer and back and forth to other units!

Joel

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