Garmin® Oregon 450 Handheld GPS Unit
- 3-axis tilt-compensated compass and barometric altimeter
- 850 MB memory
- Basemap with digital elevation
- Wireless sharing between units
- Easy touch screen interface
- 3" sunlight-readable color display
- Premium HotFix™ receiver
- Overall size: 2.3'' W x 4.5'' H x 1.4'' D
- Screen size: 1.53'' W x 2.55'' H; 3'' diag.
Manufacturer model #: 010-00697-40.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by McCloud77 Real handy GPS unit. The Garmin 450 gps unit was easy to set up and am still learning all of the features it has to offer. I have been using my gps at work practicing with it while I am checking directions, latitude and longitude on work surveys and it seems to be very accurate. I have not had a chance to use it in the mountains hunting, but I know it will be a great asset when the time comes to remember those special hunting spots and being able to find them again. June 29, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Flintstone5611 Best Bang For Your Buck This unit is fantastic. The screen is bright and clear and it works great even in tricky environments. The firmware updates are great and they tend to address all issues. The newest allows you to view your track like an automotive GPSr would, showing you from the vehicle's perspective. I have been using this in all types of environments and weather and it continues to be reliable and accurate. I think that the durability and the waterproofing is what gives me added confidence, since I might need to leave my iPhone behind at times for fear I will damage it, but never my Oregon450! It has become a main staple on all my adventures, whether it be hiking, canoeing, or camping I will never be without it. August 10, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Robezase Garmin Oregon 450 Excellent features. I especially like the paperless geocaching feature. Easy to learn applications and features made it easy to get out on the trail quickly. I recommend this GPS highly. December 6, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by GPSFreak Great GPS Oregon 450 GPS has all the features of the Garmin 76Csx and more. The ability to use scanned paper maps and aerial photos. Alkaline battery life is less than what was anticipated. The Oregon uses batteries about twice as fast as the 76Csx. December 2, 2010
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Details:like a car gps does, or does it only show point A and pointe B, then you just have to find your way to point B?
A:The Oregon 450 has a Car Mode for directions and will give you turn by turn for any destination on the streets. It doesn't have voice but it does have a series of beeps that are useful to alert you to an upcoming change in direction and an immediate course change.
Details:Will it reveal shorelines, topography of a lake. Interested in finding shorelines, coves for fishing as well as finding areas of shallow or deep water.
A:You would need to purchase ttoography maps for lakes and shorelines.
A:I think you would have to get a marine topography map inorder to have that kind of info, but it certainly does that on land.
A:You can buy rechargable AA batteries anywhere that sells batteries
A:Definitely, I usually have NiMH batteries in mine and keep a set charged with me if necessary, but they last great!!
A:Uses AA batteries. You can use rechargeable batteries, however the unit will not recharge batteries. I use an external battery charger with several set of batteries. The unit can be powered using the included USB cable to a laptop and or power inverter in your vehicle
A:Yes. Re-chargeable NiMH batteries are available at all stores that sell cameras and camera supplies.
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