Bushnell BackTrack D-Tour - Dispositivo de navegación GPS personal, color verde [Importado de Reino Unido]
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- Ajuste automático de la hora, la temperatura y la altura
- Graba el recorrido ruta, longitud, velocidad, temperatura y altitud en
- Brújula de precisión digital con indicación de latitud y longitud
- Los datos entonces pueden propagarse a través de redes sociales, sean enviados por correo electrónico o almacenan en el equipo
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BackTrack D-TOUR - Green
Long after your cell service has faded, the Bushnell BackTrack D-TOUR has you covered. With up to five storable locations, the D-TOUR allows you to not only save trailhead and campsite locations, but also log that hidden fishing spot where you caught last night's dinner. In addition to providing simple distance and direction, the D-TOUR includes a self-calibrating digital compass, time, temperature, altitude and latitude/longitude coordinates. Best of all, once you return from that epic adventure, you can easily upload up to 48 hours worth of data to a PC or Mac to relive the experience and share it with friends. At just six ounces and compact enough to store in a pocket or clip to your pack, the D-Tour will quickly become your preferred personal GPS.
- Package Includes: 1 D-Tour GPS unit, 1 Quick Start Guide, 1 USB Cable
- Runs on Windows (XP SP1 or later) and MAC (10.4.9 or later)
- 1 Year Limited Warranty
- Weather Resistant Construction
- Stores and locates up to five locations
- Includes Time (military or civilian)/Temperature (Fahrenheit or Celsius)/Altitude
- Distances in Yards/Miles or Meters/Kilometers
- Latitude and Longitude coordinates
- Logs up to 48 hours of trip data
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ADDED NOTE: A second test showed a 1.2-1.3 mile drift in a marked target in about 36 hr - completely unacceptable. The device I received would be OK for a few hours but not for overnight retention of target location.
First, it does NOT display maps or show you where you are the way an automobile GPS would do. It does not have the capacity to route you to a specific destination. What it is designed to do it this: once you have marked a location, like a car or home, it will track how far you have walked, your speed, the ambient temperature, and the elevation. It will help you "find" your starting location by means of an arrow pointing in the direction of the starting point. Think of the child's game of "you're getting warmer, warmer..." etc. Depending on how you use the device, that is the extent of its usefulness.
Disclosure: I have used the device only in situations where I have been walking on city sidewalks. Maybe if I were out in the woods, hiking unmarked trails, I might be very grateful for the little arrow telling me I was going in the right direction when I wanted to return to base without getting lost.
After you have completed your walk, what it does do is this: when you return to your computer and fire up the easily installed software and connect the device to your computer with the included USB cable, it will then project your hike onto a Google map. You develop a library of maps showing where you have walked, and the temperature, speed and elevation at any point in the walk. If you are walking for exercise purposes, this provides a handy reference as to whether you are meeting your goals. Think of it as a high tech pedometer with after-the-fact mapping capability.
It functions very well within the limits of what it is designed to do, but your intended use will determine whether it meets your needs or not.
Deal killers: You can't pause the tracking and it doesn't have an energy saving mode, so I'm lucky if it logs for 8 hours. That means a lot of my hikes have not been completely logged before the batteries die; I use rechargeable batteries, always fully charged, but maybe that has something to do with it. After a year, it doesn't log the distance accurately (I compare against other mapping apps and routes with known distances). Recently the software was updated and it no longer provides the topographic map view. That means that all you get to see is a line on a shaded relief. When I contacted customer support they said they farm out the Backtrack software to some other company. Follow a link to that site and there's no information, support, or customer support or anything. In fact, you can't even tell what the company does.
Overall, accuracy of functions has diminished over time, poor software and no support from Bushnell. Given that there are a lot of mapping and compass apps for smart phones, there's no point in even bothering with this unit, disappointing since I liked it a lot at first.