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Product DescriptioneXplorist GC is the first GPS device 100% dedicated to geocaching. Its paperless geocaching allows you to download more than 20 unique characteristics of each cache, like name, location, description, hider, size, difficulty, terrrain, hint, spoilers, attributes, and the last 20 user logs. It includes a brilliant color 2.2" screen, rich graphics, a simple user interface, rugged and waterproof IPX-7 construction, and seamless connection to geocaching.com. The high-sensitivity SiRFstarIII GPS receiver provides 3-5 meter accuracy to put you on top of the cache for easier finds. Holds up to 10,000 geocaches. Easy-to-use menus let you set your search preferences and customize your cache list. Operates up to 18 hrs. on two AA batteries. Comes preloaded with the most popular geocaches in the world and a FREE 30 day premium membership to geocaching.com. 2.2" x 4.4" x 1.4". Weighs 5.2 oz.
• Seamless connection to the geocaching.com user community
• Free 30-day premium membership to geocaching.com
• Paperless geocaching with more than 20 details about each cache
• Easy to navigate menus with rich graphics
• Geocache awards - Keep track of all your finds and receive special awards based on the number of finds, types of finds, and other combinations of actions.
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Q:how do I get the preloaded site on the gps. I don't know where it's located. pretty new with geocaching and I am learning my way around the gps. thanks, eileenAsked on 9/15/2013 by groovin to the 60's
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