Bushnell Bear Grylls Edition BackTrack D-Tour Personal GPS Tracking Device, Orange/Black

November 5, 2019 - Comment
Add to Cart $99.00Amazon.com Price
(as of April 6, 2020 22:30 GMT+0200 - Details)

Keep track of every journey with the Bear Grylls Edition BackTrack D-Tour Personal GPS Navigation Device. A precision digital compass with latitude and longitude allows you to quickly find your current location, as well as track any course by recording the time, temperature, altitude, trip length and speed so just like Bear, you’ll never get lost again. You can mark and store up to five locations on the GPS and up to 48 hours worth of data.

Product Features

  • Marks andStores Up To 5 Locations
  • Automatically Records Time, Temperature andAltitude
  • Weather-resistant
  • Grayscale LCD Screen
  • Stores Up To 48 Hours Of Trip Data
  • Stores and locates up to 5 locations and logs up to 48 hours of trip data
  • Tracks Time, Temperature (Fahrenheit or Celsius), Altitude, Distance, Latitude and Longitude coordinates
  • Breadcrumbs Feature – records your exact route and creates a map based on the path you took
  • Upload to social media, email, or save to your computer, runs on Windows (XP SP1 or later) and MAC (10.4.9 or later)
  • Package Includes: 1 D-Tour GPS unit, 1 Quick Start Guide, 1 USB Cable, and Bonus Rescue Mirror, operates on 3 AAA batteries (not included)


Anonymous says:

Does what I want I have a Garmin Etrex for backpacking excursions and it serves me well. That is not what I bought the Bushnell for. I bought it to track my walks, bike rides, and short hikes; primarily as a fitness tracker. Why not just use a app for my smartphone? I did, I used several and my phone would often freeze up or die. My phones battery life wouldn’t hold up, so I looked for something else instead of a phone app. I tried one of those wrist watch type fitness tracker but unfortunately the one I…

Anonymous says:

Get back to where you once belonged I just got it today so I don’t have tons of time on it but I will say I like it a lot. It’s exactly what I need without going with a more expensive GPS with unwanted downloadable maps.The actual set-up wasn’t that bad and the instructions are easy to follow. I had to read it a few times to get a better grasp but that’s my preference. Younger folks won’t have a problem with it…..older guys like me will wonder where to put the 5″ floppy.A note to older guys: Yelling at it won’t make…

blank Anonymous says:

AVOID THIS JUNK THIS is like a childs junkie toy, only dangerous if you actually need to depend on it. I used it on a treck on the Pacific Crest Trail Oregon. First off it has no backtracking feature with bread crumbs, that mean you cannot retrace the actual Trail you just journied on but only an arrow pointing to your original starting point (IE Trailhead). If you were lost in the woods it would point you in a straight line back to your starting point even if it meant through the woods over a cliff or through…

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