|Eurostar, Northern France, heading straight for the English Channel at 183 MPH|
When riding the bus in a strange city, I know when to get off.My phone has a GPS, so why, would I not just bring my phone? No phone can compete with features like these:
When exploring, I can find my way back to the starting point by tracking back on a crumb trail.
When hiking I load the entire trail into the GPS. One glance tells me if I'm more than a few feet off the trail.
Transreflective screen, always on, readable in bright sunlight.I've used my current GPS over 7 years on 5 continents. Every bash and scrape tells a story:
Waterproof: I've submerged it in a stream to wash off mud.
Basically unbreakable, extraordinarily reliable.
AA batteries, up to 20 hours continuous use depending on battery type.
Everywhere I go, my GPS goes.