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Garmin Oregon outdoor navigation
"The Oregon's vibrant screen is responsive to the touch of your finger, yet resistant to the forces of nature," said Dan Bartel, Garmin's vice president of worldwide sales. "Combining the touchscreen interface of our iconic automotive devices with the preloaded features of the acclaimed Colorado series makes this the ultimate outdoor handheld."
Garmin Oregon 400t
The Garmin Oregon 400t GPS navigation gives hikers preloaded U.S. topographic maps in state-of-the-art 3D elevation perspective.
Garmin Oregon 400i
The Garmin Oregon 400i GPS navigation offers anglers shoreline details, depth contours and boat ramps for U.S. inland lakes and navigable rivers.
Garmin Oregon 400c
The Garmin Oregon 400c GPS navigation is a saltwater specialist, providing chart coverage for the coastal U.S. and Bahamas.
Garmin Oregon 300
The Garmin Oregon 300 GPS navigation features a worldwide basemap with shaded relief. Weighing only 6.8 ounces with 16 hours of life from two AA batteries, the Oregon has a microSD card slot that is ideal for loading additional MapSource detail.
Garmin Oregon 200
The Garmin Oregon 200 GPS navigation provides a basemap that can be easily supplemented with additional mapping or charts for your adventures on land or at sea.
Geocaching is even easier with the Garmin Oregon, which quickly downloads online information for every cache, such as location, terrain, difficulty, hints and description, so that you don't have to tote printouts with you. Cachers and collectors will be hunting for a limited-edition geocoin minted to commemorate the launch of the Oregon series. Oregon users can experience Wherigo, the newest GPS-based activity from Groundspeak, the people who made geocaching a worldwide phenomenon. Wherigo (pronounced "where I go") is a toolset for creating and completing adventure games, historical tours or other innovative activities in the real world.
Garmin Oregon GPS navigation systems
Garmin knows its users have many interests, so the Garmin Oregon outdoor GPS lets you customize five profiles - automotive, marine, recreation, fitness or geocaching - making the most beneficial features for each activity the easiest to access through quick shortcuts. The Garmin Oregon series plays well with others, as the 400t, 400c, 400i and 300 allow for wireless exchange of tracks, waypoints and geocaches between other Oregon units and Colorado models. Each of these GPS handhelds are equipped with a barometric altimeter and electronic compass and is compatible with Garmin's heart-rate monitors and speed / cadence sensors.
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