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About this product
- DescriptionThe Garmin eTrex Euro is a durable handheld GPS navigator with an ergonomic design, allowing the user to view and operate this device using one hand. This Garmin GPS receiver is user-friendly with its easy-to-read display, background illumination, and screen resolution of 64x128 pixels. This unit provides audio directions in a large number of languages, including Czech, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, and Italian. Other language options include Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish. The Garmin eTrex Euro handheld GPS navigator is powered by two AA batteries that allow the traveler approximately 22 hours of power. The unit also provides continuous power using an external 12-volt power source. Among other features, the Garmin GPS receiver has an initial start time of 15 s and cold start time of 45 s. This Garmin GPS receiver supports more than 100 different coordinate systems and weighs 5.3 oz, proving itself a valuable traveling companion without ever weighing the user down. Other features of this Garmin GPS include a sunrise and sunset time display.
- ModeleTrex Euro
- System TypeHandheld
- Screen Size2.3"
- User InterfaceKeypad
- Number of Channels12 Channels
- Display Size1.1 in. x 2.1 in.
- Display TypeLCD Display
- Resolutions128 X 64
- FeaturesWaypoint Icons
- Trip calculatorCurrent speed,Maximum speed,Moving average,Odometer,Time of sunrise/sunset,Trip Timers
- Accuisition Time - Cold45 sec
- Accuisition Time - Initial Time15 sec
- Update Rate1 per second, continuous
- Max. Horizontal Accuracy< 49 feet
- Battery Type and Quantity2 x AA Batteries
- Battery Life22 Hours
- Height4.4 in.
- Width2 in.
- Depth1.2 in.
- Weight5.3 lb.
- PC InterfaceNMEA-0183,Serial RS-232
- Environmental ProtectionIPX7 Waterproof Standard
- Antenna TypeBuilt-in
Most relevant reviews
- charlerab_0Jul 26, 2016by
Quick delivery and product works just like the previous one I owned that broke.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- bwil8500Sep 06, 2011by
great basic GPS reciever
this is a nice little gpsr for geocaching, really good for beginner or a backup. nothing fancy about it, no camera, black and white display, compass loses direction when you stop moveing. It does point to your target, gets you within a few feet too. really short learning curve to figure out how to use it. and it does light up for night hunts. 5 buttons, power, page, enter, up, down. no joy stick so less likely to break or snap off. very good basic unit. Would rate higher but it is just a basic unit
- 707508841@delet...Aug 03, 2009by
Why I bought my handheld GPS
I needed a handheld GPS for geocaching. I picked this one because of the brand it is (I'm a big fan of Garmin) and it was cheap and performed the functions I needed it to do. It is able to log the coordinates and gets me to my destination, which is all I need, I just don't like how it takes so long to find the satellites. I also don't like how it loses the signal so easily when I'm in a foresty area. But I guess I can't complain since I bought the cheapest one out there. I like how it fits in my hand.
- christinaleigh9...Jul 13, 2010by
Good but not great, so far
Not as accurate as I'd like because I couldn't even seem to be able to type in the exact coordinates of something I was trying to find [my first geocache]. Still very useful, I have yet to try it again. It updates every second very well...not so much under lots of trees though, but that's expected. Compact, lightweight, has a back-light feature I didn't know about for easier reading. Good product but somewhat limiting.
- bham9285Feb 07, 2010by
i use the max speed setting and odometer with my rc boats. it's a very accurate way to check our speed and many fellow boaters use these for the same applications. i have dunked them on numerous occasions with no leaks and they float. the last one i had took an extremly hard hit and that killed it,but no surprise. overall it's a great little device for my application.