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Garmin Oregon 600 Handheld GPS

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RRP: £319.99
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  • 3" sunlight-readable, glove friendly touchscreen and dual orientation views
  • GPS and GLONASS satellite tracking for accurate positioning
  • Built-in 3-axis electronic compass, accelerometer and barometric altimeter
  • Wirelessly share routes, tracks, waypoints, geocaches, photos and custom maps between units

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  • Product Dimensions: 11.4 x 3.3 x 6.1 cm ; 209 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 458 g
  • Batteries Nonstandard Battery batteries required.
  • Item model number: 010-01066-00
  • ASIN: B00AXUXRUC
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 21 Jan 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,924 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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Oregon 600

Your most complete outdoor experience ever

The new rugged and waterproof GPS Oregon series is packed with more features, more power and the most brilliant, multi-touch display ever put on a Garmin handheld.

Garmin Oregon 600: The brightest multi-touch display to date<
Garmin Oregon 600: The brightest multi-touch display to date

With GPS and GLONASS support, built-in 3-axis compass, barometric altimeter, and up to 16 hours battery life you can safely navigate to wherever you want to go.

Oregon will collect¹ your activity data including waypoints, tracks, and geocaches wherever you are, so can simply organise this content via BaseCamp - Garmin's free planning tool, and share your Garmin Adventure with friends and family on email, social media, or via your blog or forums.

Get a Great View

Oregon 600 has a 3-inch sunlight-readable, glove-friendly touchscreen and dual orientation views that automatically switch between landscape and portrait. The reflective display technology uses external light, like sunlight, in combination with the unit's LED backlight to increase brightness and view-ability.

With a faster processor and responsive screen, maps can easily be zoomed, panned and rotated using multi-touch. It's also rugged and waterproof to withstand the elements.

Designed for the Outdoors

Oregon 600 has top-of-the-range features suitable or any outdoor adventure and a user-customizable quick access button for direct access to chosen functions.

The built-in 3-axis tilt-compensated compass shows your heading even when you're standing still, without holding it level. The barometric altimeter tracks changes in pressure to pinpoint your precise altitude, and you can even use it to plot barometric pressure over time, which can help you keep an eye on changing weather conditions.

Garmin Oregon 600: Get detailed data
Garmin Oregon 600: Get detailed data

ANT and Bluetooth technology enables you to wirelessly share routes, tracks, waypoints and geocaches between units.

Go anywhere

Oregon 600 has a microSD™ card slot for optional mapping and data storage. Mapping options include the City Navigator maps for use in the car, Garmin GB Discoverer™ which provides Ordnance Survey mapping on your handheld, BlueChart® g2 preloaded cards for a great day on the water and BirdsEye™ Select that lets you download customised sections of premium raster-based maps to your device and integrate them with your maps. Oregon 600 is also compatible with Custom Maps which transforms paper and electronic maps into downloadable maps for your device.

Oregon 600 takes 2 traditional AA batteries but for extended activities, a rechargeable NiMH battery pack is also available as an optional extra.

Garmin Oregon 600: Get OS mapping on your Oregon
Garmin Oregon 600: Get OS mapping on your Oregon

Share Your Adventure

The Oregon 600 is designed to work with Garmin's free planning and sharing software, making your adventure even better.

Use Garmin's free online planning tool, BaseCamp at http://www.garmin.com/uk/maps/trip-planning-software/basecamp to prepare for your next trip. You can view maps, plan routes, and mark waypoints and tracks from your computer and then transfer them to your device.

Garmin Oregon 600: Plan and view your route
Garmin Oregon 600: Plan and view your route

When your adventure is done, go to Garmin Adventures at http://adventures.garmin.com/en-US/ to swap your stories with a community of fellow explorers, brag to your buddies about your travels, or let friends and family find your favourite spots.

¹via a compatible smartphone and BaseCamp App

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Required Qty:2, Run Time (Up To):16 hours, Type:AA type, Interfaces:USB, Weight:209.8 g, Depth:3.3 cm, Height:11.4 cm, Width:6.1 cm, Diagonal Size:3", Type:TFT - colour - touch screen, Resolution:240 x 400, Features:Transflective, Width:3.8 cm, Height:6.3 cm, Protection:Waterproof, Included Accessories:USB charging cable, carabiner clip, Waterproof Standard:IPX7, Waypoints:4000, Tracklog Points:10000, Routes:200, Tracks:200

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Robbie on 25 July 2013
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This isn't comprehensive but I wanted to say how the 600 delivers what my Oregon 450 failed.

When I bought the 450 a few years ago I thought this was going to be my perfect device but it let me down in a number of ways.

The 450 screen looked brilliant indoors. The first time I took it out on an overcast day I could have cried. I could hardly see the screen. In direct sunlight, at certain angles, it looked as clear as paper but at other angles it was dim. I could live with this hiking but it was unusable cycling since you can't really adjust your viewing angle on the fly. The 600 screen is way superior in all respects.

The 450 was touch screen but it was not very sensitive. To scroll lists or the map I would often resort to using my fingernail rather than my finger pad. The 600 is super sensitive (sensitivity is adjustable). No repeated attempts to jab a menu option, pan the map etc. The downside is that I need to be strict about locking the display when not using it.

Most of the time I use my GPS with the map displayed. On the 450 flipping to other functions then back to the map was laborious, involving backing out of the map screen, digging down through other menus, then back up again, then back into the map screen. Now with the 600 you tap the bars at the bottom right of the map screen to access context functions including toggling maps. You can add a dashboard with configurable fields at the top of the display that easily retracts. Access to track controls are simple. The physical buttons can be mapped to functions or combinations of functions (a kind of macro) which is extremely powerful.

On the 450, when presented with a list of maps, each item was large and required a lot of scrolling.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Peter TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 11 April 2014
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I've been using an old Garmin eTrex GPS for years. The Garmin Oregon 600 is a massive step forward from the eTrex. The technological leap is the equivalent of moving straight from a Nokia 5110 mobile phone to an iPhone 5 - the additional functionality, the readability of the screen and the ease of use are initially a bit overwhelming. Unfortunately there's a bit of a learning curve too.

Firstly, it has a touch-screen, and its in colour. Secondly, it connects easily to my PC, using standard (mini) USB connector. Thirdly, you can download maps, and this alone makes a massive difference to the usability. Be aware however that maps cost money - you may like to consider buying the version of this GPS that has Ordnance Survey 1:50,000 maps preinstalled, if it is available. I'll come back to maps in a minute.

For folks that haven't used a GPS before, its important to note that the positioning offered by a device like this is far more accurate than a mobile phone. I'm not sure why this is, but I assume it is tracking more satellites than a mobile phone can manage.

Almost all the functionality comes from little app icons. There are four on the home screen and you can swipe up from the bottom to see more. For Geocachers, you can enter coordinates easily (choose the "Where to" icon, and then "Coordinates", and enter the coordinates in decimal format (hddd mm.mmm) - you can reconfigure the device to use hddd.ddddd or hddd mm ss.s formats if your geocaches use those formats, or you can use the Ordnance Survey National Grid format. There's built-in support for Opencaching geocaches, but there aren't any of those near where I live.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Nick C VINE VOICE on 31 Mar 2014
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I have to say I'm not a heavy user as per many of the people here who are probably walkers, orienteers e.t.c. and are probably far more conversant with maps and pushing this GPS to its limits than myself ...... a bit of a newbie to this.
This is only my second GPS and my other I have only had 3 months before getting this - I use a Dakota 10 which I go geocaching with and also use it on my mountain bike. This is a huge step up from the Dakota 10 though, and is a really nice bit of kit.
First off the Oregon 600 is larger than the D10 and therefore the screen is too it really feels like a quality unit and has great styling. The screen itself is set flush on the unit so no finger bump, for example the D10 has a lip at the edge of the screen so when using the touch functions especially when resizing or moving a map your finger keeps banging it and so it kind of limits what you are trying to do at times - but then again the lip can offer a little screen protection if you inadvertently lie it down on a rough surface. The Oregon 600 screen itself is supremely responsive when moving and when using touch and the menus are so much better laid out than on the Dakota. It's a whole lot easier to read in the sunlight than my D10 too. Also the screen will adjust accordingly to how you are holding the unit i.e. hold it sideways and the display will change to landscape.
It uses two AA batteries and when I've been using it (usually for around 2 hours without powering off) I've never had to use my backups, I tend to use re-chargeable batteries and usually recharge them after each trip so I can't say how long the unit runs until they die, I guess that would depend on the amount of time you used the backlight though.
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