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

3.6
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Description

  • 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)

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Customer Reviews

moron proof got this for my father in law for Christmas. he goes hunting a lot, and one of his hunting trip it got dark on him and almost didn't make it back to camp. which would have made his wife happy,but his daughter (my wife) upset. I looked and researched several GPS devices, and picked this one out cause it is very easy to use,you see my father in law is a simpleton but I love the lug, and didn't want him to ever feel the way he did that day. last deer season he pushed the limits of time again and it got dark on him fast, but this device has a back home button that brought him back to camp albeit late and dark, fact is he made it safe and with the help of something I got him, and that's the bear ggrylls personal device. it's the greatest gift a hunter can get, beside a field full of deer. 5This is primarily for hunting and it's perfect. All I require is returning home after the ... This is primarily for hunting and it's perfect. All I require is returning home after the hunt and it does that for me. My eyes are busy looking for the game I am hunting and nothing else. Basic and easy to use I have used the earlier model and this model is a little better. I suggest this for ease of operation 4It's ok An easy to use, basic navigational aid/GPS.Pros:easy to use/navigate menuscan set dedicated waypoints- i.e. car, house etcslim and light weightvery basic - tells you what direction to go to get back to the house, car etcCons:expensive for what it doesfound mine to be inaccurate. Marked my car as a waypoint, navigated back to my car, while standing at the car, the GPS said my car was still about 40 yards away from me.says it's waterresistant, but the usb cover seemed to easily flip open/up which would negate any resistance to water the unit would have.I would have kept this if it was in the $25-$35 range instead of $75 3Poor build quality, software defects, difficult manufacturer Poor build quality, it takes way too long to connect to the satellites. It broke from 1 drop from about 3 feet onto the ground. The manufacturer sent me a replacement, it took 1.5 months for the replacement to arrive. Then the replacement was the incorrect version, it was not the Bear Grylles version, so it lacked a few features. It never stays on in my pocket for more than 10 minutes, so the backtrack is worthless. 2Does 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 bought had to have a connection to the phone which defeated the purpose of buying it in the first place. The Bushnell took me awhile to figure out in spite of being supposedly very easy to use. I watched several YouTube videos and finally after trial and error got it to track my walks and hikes. The device is easy to use and the battery life seems to be very good as well. For the price it works very well for me as I walk around or hike and ride my bike. It also easily downloads to my computer and I like being able to view a map that shows my route and to see data such as elevation and distance. It's a handy, cheap alternative to using a phone app or more expensive fitness tracker. 4Very poor satellite signal... I really wanted this to work. I wanted something to help me find my way back in the busy city/hiking trail. I like to walk around and discover new places on foot, so I purchased this product. I didn't need anything fancy or precise, just something that can get me back in the general direction. Too bad this thing won't get a satallite signal no matter how many times I try. Not sure if I got a lemon, but out of the 10-12 times I tried, I only got a signal for about 5 minutes and then it was lost and never found again. I would not recommend this product! I hope I just got a lemon, I generally like bushnell products. 2Very accurate The directions are not the best in the world, but with only 4 buttons you can figure it out. I have used this on a few walks, just to try it out and get the operation down, and it is pretty accurate. Over a mile, the distance to the point of origin was about 10 meters off. Direction of travel is pretty good, but I find if you just hold it flat in your hand and wait a moment, you get a better result. The breadcrumbs feature is great. Well built. Does not come with a lanyard. Batteries easy to install. 5AVOID 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 a lake. The battery meter in accurately recorded battery life and at 50% power features on the unit simply turn off. The worst part is when the memories Full there is no way to erase it out in the field which means you can no longer use your unit. You have to go home and download it onto a computer. Unit failed miserably is unreliable and unpredictable 1Very easy to learn Very easy to learn. Keep it horizontal and not vertical and don't forget to calibrate it in the figure 8 pattern as shown in the instructions. I took my labeler and printed out the name of the function buttons i.e. Power, Mark, Trip etc I cut the self adhesive label tapes small enough so that it would fit on the flat surface of the angled vertical edge directly above each corresponding function button. Makes it easier to look at a glance which button is what especially when reading the directions and always having to refer to the first page of the instruction manual. Reason: You always want to make sure that you know for sure which is the Mark button. You press the power button to change between location icons. You wouldn't want to accidently press the Mark button over your return to origin location when all you wanted to do was press the button that changes the location icon. That would suck! Happy hiking! 5Get 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 it better.PROS: The size, weight and ease of use. Functions are exactly what I need so no excessive BS. AAA batteries are cheap and the coupon for better batteries was included. Construction looks to be good but I don't intend to go crazy with it. The Back Track app was easy to download and works great. If you're familiar with Google Maps, then you'll like this feature. The tracking is really accurate and showed the route I took going through me yard, into my car and a quick 3 mile drive around the neighborhood plus a turn around in someone's drive way. You simply can't out run thing.I also got the Case Logic pouch as mentioned in the "frequently bought together" section. Great pouch and worth the $5.CONS: The back light isn't the greatest and the ambient setting could be better. The rear cover "twist lock" for the battery compartment is an antiquated design and could fail. Also, the batteries need to be pressed in more than you think or the rear cover creeps up a bit. Battery door feels uneven. Opening it up again and reseating the batteries will fix it. The altimeter doesn't seem to be accurate and it if it's not I don't care. Compass & temp work great.Coupon for batteries as noted above expired 9 months before I got it. Nice to have but useless.As A personal gripe. I can't stand Bear Grylls' pretentious ego. Owning a product associated with him bothers me but since it's the best one out there, I had to get it.All in all I like it a lot. This is my first personal back track type device and it's a great entry level unit. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to get a highly detailed look at their hikes and or every day travel.UPDATE: I've used it many times and it's working great. I made a kydex holder for it which proves I'm as awesome as I've heard others tell me behind my back. 4
Bushnell Bear Grylls Edition BackTrack D-Tour Personal GPS Tracking Device, Orange/Black

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

3.6
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€154,00
Sale price
€154,00
Regular price
€256,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 40% (€102,00)