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Friday, November 23, 2007

A little help?

There's someone on my gift list for whom a GPS device would be the perfect gift. I'm more or less clueless when it comes to features, brand quality, etc. for these things. Anybody have a GPS system that you want to recommend (or better yet, advise to stay away from)? Leave a note in the comments. And yes, price is always a factor.



  • I think it's very important that it talks to you, preferably in a very heavy Scottish accent.

    By Anonymous durhamfood, at 2:39 PM  

  • I've had a Garmin eMap Deluxe for almost eight years and I've been very happy with it. I have it on in the van continuously, for broadcasting coordinates over my ham radio (APRS).

    By Blogger Lenore, at 2:48 PM  

  • My dad is researching GPS currently - he's trying to decide between Garmin and Magellan. Look at how often maps are upgraded and whether a subscription is required to get that updated information. you can expect to pay between $350 and $500. The good folks at Tiger Direct may be of assistance. I would check out to compare prices (buyer beware if you find something for $100). You can often score a great deal on last year's technology if you aren't looking for cutting edge.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:24 PM  

  • thanks. Exactly the kind of info i'm looking for. I've seen a number of units available for $125 - 150 over this holiday weekend, but i have no idea if they'll turn out to be more frustrating to use than not.

    By Blogger Barry Ragin, at 3:28 PM  

  • I'd print out the following pdfs and buy her a map.

    You'll save hundreds of dollars, and she'll learn a useful skill!

    By Anonymous cd, at 9:49 AM  

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