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william hutchinson
(okuncool) - F

Locale: midwest (boo hoo)
WTB: a super cheap gps on 05/29/2008 15:50:20 MDT Print View

hey everyone i am looking for a really really cheap gps. it needs virtually no features, all it has to do is give gps coordinates. it can be old and heavy too as long as it works. (believe it or not this is for an art project.)

i am looking for the cheapest thing out there so if you have any offers for me you can pm or

oldbitters@gmail.com

thanks so much

-Will

Mike Barney
(eaglemb) - F

Locale: AZ, the Great Southwest!
Re: WTB: a super cheap gps on 05/29/2008 16:04:44 MDT Print View

ebay GPS watch. there are Suunto GPS watches that you can get for $35.

Even in art as in life, you will likely get what you pay for...

Edited by eaglemb on 05/29/2008 21:27:36 MDT.

Brett .
(Brett1234) - F

Locale: CA
"WTB: a super cheap gps" on 05/30/2008 08:25:22 MDT Print View

Link to the $35 Suunto GPS watch please? ; )

Greg Mihalik
(greg23) - M

Locale: Colorado
Re: "WTB: a super cheap gps" on 05/30/2008 13:57:14 MDT Print View

William,

A Garmin Geko 201 is $90 refurbished. Minimal features, light, small, best battery life, sturdy. Google will find it.

Read a review somewhere on this site. (good luck with that)

Diana L
(mysticmoose) - F

Locale: Great Lakes region
Re: super cheap gps on 05/31/2008 22:06:50 MDT Print View

I have a Garmin eTrex Summit that I'd part with for $70. It's got an electronic compass, altimeter, and the standard range of Garmin functions. You can see your tracks and waypoints in relation to each other, but there's no true mapping function.

I bought it last year, but only used it on one trip. It's like new.

PM me if you're interested.