Please suggest good GPS for offroadings

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Name: Altaf Kadri
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Mon Apr 14, 2014 9:05 pm

Raghib Salim wrote:Good. It will work with I phone?
Definitely. I have it on mine and use it intermittently.

Mosalf 0566161157
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Name: Nasser Al Karby
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Tue Apr 15, 2014 7:55 am

If you organize and lead trips, you will need to take ownership of a can save waypoints and tracks; you can create routes and save them. You will also have the option of "birdeye's" view, where you can subscribe to the service and get a birdeye's view of the area you are in high definition. The Montana, given its capabilities, is an expensive unit but a real must for active Marshals.

Alternatively, you can use any kind of navigation unit that allows the input and saving of waypoints. Good luck on your choice.
Raghib Salim
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Tue Apr 15, 2014 8:14 pm

Thank you Uncle. As usual your advise is very important for us.

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