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Garmin Geko 201 -- the smallest and lightest WAAS-enabled GPS navigators (010-00318-00)
By: Garminusa Inc
Gekos are the smallest and lightest waterproof GPS units on the market - inexpensive, with sleek designs and simple operating systems.With its distinctive canopy-green case, the powerful Geko 201 allows more waypoint and route storage, as well as available PC and external power connectivity, and built-in WAAS capability. In addition, the Geko 201 boasts a user-configurable trip computer, 10,000 trackpoints, a new upcoming-turn feature, as well as PanTrack and TracBack.The Geko 201 also includes four fun, interactive games that transform the great outdoors into a virtual board game. Enjoy a good workout while chasing a virtual lizard in Geko Smak, match symbols in a grid version of Memory Race, navigate to reference points without crossing ones trail in Nibbons, and collect symbols along a path in Virtua Maze.
GPS made easy for newbies
by: on: 08-Dec 2009
As a skeptic about GPS, I bought the Geko only for marking maintenance needs on hiking trails. I found it was fun to play with, too. It is about the most reliable way to test the speed of my canoes, and navigating in featureless aquatic environments such as bays and estuaries is a cinch. Although I will probably continue to rely on map and compass for hiking and backpacking, I'm glad to have the expanded capabilities of the Geko.
Excellent beginner GPS
by: on: 08-May 2007
I have used my trusty little Geko 201 for over 3 years and it has performed flawlessly. It's a suuper entry level GPS and very accurate. I would reccomend this unit to one & all. I'm the proud new owner of a Garmin 60csx and I still pack along my 201 for a backup!
Good GeoCaching Model For Beginners
by: on: 17-Jan 2007
I bought this GPS for myself. Being the size of a smaller bar style cell phone, with the buttons on the face and the screen being smaller than average, I found it to be a little troublesome for my bearclaw hands. My wife used it with no problem so I gave it to her and bought my self the E-Trex. All in all I would suggest this model for a teen age hunter or geocacher.
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