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Garmin GPSMAP 60CSx Handheld

by Garmin
35 customer reviews

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  • Bluetooth: No
  • CD Player / Recorder: No
  • Category: Portable Devices Dedicated For Navigation
  • Compact Flash Card: No
  • DVD Player / Recorder: No
  • FM Tuner: No
  • Internet Connectivity: No
  • MP3 Playback: No
  • Map Storage Medium: On board Memory Card
  • Memory Stick: No
  • Monitor Format: 16:9
  • Monitor Size in Inches: 3
  • Monitor Type: Fixed Monitor
  • Multimedia Card: No
  • On Demand Map Access: No
  • Screen Size in Inches: 3
  • Secure Digital Card: No
  • Smart Media Card: No
  • TV-Tuner: No
  • Telephone Included: No
  • Touchscreen: No
  • Traffic Message Channel (TMC): No
  • TransFlash Card: Yes
  • USB: Yes
  • Voice Control: No
  • iPod Control: No
  • xD-Picture Card: No

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Product details

  • Item Weight: 9 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 821 g
  • Batteries 2 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 010-00422-01
  • Date first available at 5 May 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 81,636 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)


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132 of 132 people found the following review helpful By David on 7 Mar. 2007
The 60CSx is our 3rd Garmin Handhelp GPS. We started with the cheap eTrex yellow, which was good, but suffered from dropped reception under tree cover, progressed to a 60Cx (same as the CSx, apart from the electronic compass and baromoeter), and have now added the 60CSx to our arsenal!

Both the GPS60Cx and CSx are very accurate GPS'. We maily use them for Geocaching and walking and we have never been let down by either, normally 100% reception even in the woods with accuracy maintained at 20ft or less most of the time.

The built in mapping is as you would expect, towns and major roads only just marked, but we have also purchased the UK Topo Maps v2 which easily fit on a 2Gb card.

Combine these two products and the whole experience is very good. The maps have some limitations (they are not as complete as the OS maps they are derived from), but they are good enough to make a real difference. They are also fully routable, so you can use this in your car as a traditional sat-nav if you want, but it won't talk to you.
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50 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Midlife Cyclist on 13 Jun. 2007
This item when combined with Memory Maps is stunning.

I use one for mountain biking. I can upload a route or track to it (10mins) - do the ride - and then download the data to my pc to analyze the ride.

Since I bought it I have been riding in the peaks twice a week. Rides used to take twice as long because I had to stop every 400m to check that I was going in the right direction. Now I just ride.

I don't bother with the Garmin Topo maps as they are expensive and woefully incomplete. For basic road layout there are plenty of free Garmin maps on the web. These don't have auto - routing but there is a program called metrowhizz which allows the auto-routing function to work with them.

For off road another useful site is the Scottish Mountaineering Club - some nice chap has done a contour overlay of most of the country.

Could it be improved? Yes. HRM function? Phone? MP3 player? Can probably all be added but no doubt these will be for future (more expensive again) models.
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103 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Tom S on 22 Aug. 2007
I bought one of these units in Canada at the start of 2006 when they first came out. I've used it extensively in the last year as I work as an geologist and have logged over 10,000 km of tracks in N America plus Europe but mostly in Mongolia where I consider my GPS to be 'mission critical'. I've been using GPS units since 1993 and have gone through Garmin 12XL, 12CX, 48, etrex, 176c, 176, and 76 units.

The functionality, ability to customise the screens, the usually good (see below) lock onto satellites, the accuracy, the ability to record a 10,000 point tracklog at 100m resolution, and the ability to log the track to the SD card as you go along are winning points. The last point is the reason I bought this unit - if the unit breaks 6 days into a 7 day trip I can still recover all my tracklog from the SD card.

But I've had 2 apparent software issues with this unit. Originally the unit would randomly turn off if kept on the altitude screen - this was fixed after a software update downloaded from Garmin's website. I now reguarly check their website for software and firmware updates (make sure you install both). However, now the unit sometimes has a problem where it cannot hold a lock on to satellites at speed and has to re-acquire the fix every second. This means when driving you loose your speed and direction information, get a break in the tracklog on the GPS screen and when you download the track to a computer you have to join up 100's of individual track sections from the active log, all recorded at a few second intervals apart (thankfully this is easy to do with the latest version of Garmin's Mapsource software).

The unit gets 3 stars. It would have got 5 except for the unit's software issues, Garmin's international support (Garmin only accepts units for repair in the region that they were originally purchased in) and the high cost.
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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Mr. N. Brown on 3 Sept. 2008
I used to own the Garmin emap so I had a good idea what to expect from Garmin. The main reason I went for this model was because it has a Micro SD card and a sensitive receiver.

I found that the receiver works fine under trees as stated, I even keep it under my fleece when out running and it still has a signal. I use a free tool called gps dump to convert my track log to kml and then I can view it in google earth.

The electronic compass works great as long as you calibrate it first, this just involves turning it around its axis a couple of times. Note that you can turn it off to save batteries. It is only useful when standing still anyway and can be set to go off once you are moving over a certain speed, it wil us the gps to get the heading after that.

It is very configurable, you can change the fields which are on each page and there are a lot of others you can choose from, I use the glide ratio field when paragliding which is very useful.

I am really pleased that it uses usb as I found that the serial port was flaky in the past, also you dont need batteries in it if you plug the usb lead in to transfer data which is a bonus.

You can use google maps to get waypoints to store in your gps which can then be used to plan a route. All you have to do is go onto google maps and double click on a location to centre the location and then by typing the following code into the address bar in the browser you can retrieve the coords:


You may need to convert these coords to the type you are using in your gps but there are numerous sites on the net to help you to do that.

I would recommend getting those sticky screen covers that will protect the display, I put them on all these types of devices.

Hope this review helps

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