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Garmin Oregon 450T GPS

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MSRP : $386.49

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Product Description

  • Display type: transflective color TFT touchscreen
  • Waterproof
  • High-sensitivity receiver
  • Ability to add maps
  • Electronic compass

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Accuracy Issues with Oregon 450t

Not sure what has been going on lately with my Garmin Oregon 450t, but it seems like the last few months the accuracy of the unit seems to be way off. For instance, used it on a urban hike in Gettysburg with our Scout Troop and it was showing me on the opposite side of the road...or it showed that ... Read More »

A few questions about Garmin Oregon 450t

I found a sale where I can get one of these for $199 new. Seems like a good deal. :) I have searched but not found direction answers to my questions, so here goes... 1. I plan on using this for a 5-7 trip of 8-10 hours riding per day. If i get this, i expect to take several sets of regular (du ... Read More »

garmin oregon 450t and strava

Hello I am really new to gps and strava. I have never felt the need for a gps until a 130 mile solo river trip. the maps worked fine, but i thought a gps might be kind of cool. so i got an oregon450t and have not used it much. I also just joined strava. Is there a way to connect the two? ... Read More »

Garmin Oregon 450t battery life

Have had my Oregon 450t for a while now and using rechargeable NiHM batteries. Started with the widely available 1100ma AAs. GPS prefs set for the rechargeables. Battery life was only ~2 hours using the stopwatch mode. Shut off the digital compass, set the backlight brightness to ~25% and mini ... Read More »

Recommendations: Edge 800 v. Oregon 400t v. 450t v. Dakota 20

I ran an etrex Vista C for probably about 7 to 8 years, and it finally starting to fad out, crash. I use it mostly for mountain biking and also for road biking, and primarily save or load maps off the web. Aside from that I'm not a racer. So I was looking at the above mentioned models and wanted ... Read More »

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