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#3108491 - 01/03/13 10:07 PM GPS Suggestions & Recommendations
AndyW
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Fellas,

I know NOTHING about GPS devices, so naturally the fire department selected me to find some for us. \:D

The only iron clad requirement is that we are able to enter longitude and latitude and it give us directions to those coordinates.

Can any of ya recommend a good quality unit that is fairly easy to use?
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#3108496 - 01/03/13 10:07 PM Re: GPS Suggestions & Recommendations [Re: AndyW]
AndyW
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I'm an idiot. I meant to put this in general.
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#3108514 - 01/03/13 10:21 PM Re: GPS Suggestions & Recommendations [Re: AndyW]
Koyodiak
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 Originally Posted By: AndyW
I'm an idiot. I meant to put this in general.


Looks like you need a GPS to find your way around the forums.
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#3108548 - 01/03/13 10:56 PM Re: GPS Suggestions & Recommendations [Re: Koyodiak]
AndyW
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 Originally Posted By: Koyodiak
 Originally Posted By: AndyW
I'm an idiot. I meant to put this in general.


Looks like you need a GPS to find your way around the forums.


HA! I dont know how to use a GPS!!
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#3108607 - 01/04/13 03:12 AM Re: GPS Suggestions & Recommendations [Re: AndyW]
Carlos Viagra
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Are you going to be using it for the woods or for streets? My new Android phone came with a GPS and it totally outperforms my Garmin Rino and Nuvi. Don't get me wrong those are both fine units but the Android GPS is much better. This thing even has a birds eye view feature- just as you'll see en route to the destination
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#3108643 - 01/04/13 05:51 AM Re: GPS Suggestions & Recommendations [Re: AndyW]
Hawk
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 Originally Posted By: AndyW
I'm an idiot. I meant to put this in general.


No you are not. US congress needs to know this too since they don't have have a clue about where they are or where they are going.
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#3108767 - 01/04/13 08:05 AM Re: GPS Suggestions & Recommendations [Re: Hawk]
Wes Parrish
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 Originally Posted By: Hawk
US congress needs to know this too since they don't have have a clue about where they are or where they are going.

And, "Mega Dittos", for Obama!

Maybe what Obama needs is a GPS to direct the teleprompter!

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#3108786 - 01/04/13 08:14 AM Re: GPS Suggestions & Recommendations [Re: Carlos Viagra]
AndyW
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 Originally Posted By: Carlos Viagra
Are you going to be using it for the woods or for streets? My new Android phone came with a GPS and it totally outperforms my Garmin Rino and Nuvi. Don't get me wrong those are both fine units but the Android GPS is much better. This thing even has a birds eye view feature- just as you'll see en route to the destination


I would say it would be close to 100% street use. They are GPS mapping all of Fentress county's fire hydrants, thus the need.
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#3108812 - 01/04/13 08:32 AM Re: GPS Suggestions & Recommendations [Re: AndyW]
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I have 1 Garmin Nuvi and I also have a TOM-Tom. If the FD just has to have a mobile GPS, I would stick with a Tom Tom... The Garmin requires you to pay for updates. The Tom Tom gives you free updates and seems to have more cool features.
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#3108874 - 01/04/13 09:19 AM Re: GPS Suggestions & Recommendations [Re: Rebel]
AndyW
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 Originally Posted By: Rebel
I have 1 Garmin Nuvi and I also have a TOM-Tom. If the FD just has to have a mobile GPS, I would stick with a Tom Tom... The Garmin requires you to pay for updates. The Tom Tom gives you free updates and seems to have more cool features.


Is the Tom Tom hand held?
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