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new delorme earthmate pn60

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Post by blinginpse on Sun Dec 25, 2011 10:11 pm

i gota gps as my gift. Anybody know much about these. Ive never been around a gps in my life just find that it may make it easyier to mark some places on it then bring it home and put it on a computer then go over it. Any kind of help is appreciated

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Re: new delorme earthmate pn60

Post by bowonly on Mon Dec 26, 2011 10:52 am

I have only heard good things about the Delorme.
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Post by blinginpse on Tue Dec 27, 2011 3:07 am

technology...im not up to par with it...blind leading the blind over here boys hahaha scratch

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Re: new delorme earthmate pn60

Post by ArcherAdam on Mon Jan 09, 2012 11:58 pm

I have a PN30 (discontinued). Your 60 is going to have about every option available. I do not have 1st hand experience with the unit though. The only negative IMO is the screen size. Other makes have better screen sizes.

Whats nice about the DeLorme is that topo maps come with the unit and you already have a $30 or $40 credit to download aireial photos. You can overlay the topo lines onto the aerial maps which makes traversing nice.

I use my GPS for what you plan on using it for. When hunting or scouting I leave the unit on to keep a "bread crumb" trail. I will mark stands, where game is shot. etc. When I get home I download it all onto my computer. Its neat comparing where you think you are on the map compared to where you really were.

*dont get too caught up in the color aerial photos. The black and white ones will help the hunter out better IMO.

Good luck.

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