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Top Gear – Magellan Explorist 710

Magellan are well known for their range of GPS units. Shown here is the 710, their new top of the range unit which is said to “give the best outdoor guidance currently available, including turn-by-turn street navigation along the way to the next summit, river, canyon or bush.”

The unit features a three-inch touch screen and is fully waterproof. It comes with inbuilt 3-axis Electronic Compass and Barometric Altimeter, with the Summit Series Australia topographic maps, 3.2 megapixel camera, microphone, and speakers.

Additionally the Explorist 710 comes with Summit Series Australia Tourer Map – a routable topographic map with the added guidance of turn-by-turn street navigation, The Hunt and Fish calendar and the Sun Moon Calender give practical advice such as tidal information and sunrise and sunset times. It also comes with Worldwide Basemap from Navteq that shows roads, water features, parks, and city centres and runs on two AA batteries that are said to last for up to 18 hours.

 

Price: $749

 

Distributed by Magellan

 

 


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