1) It is able to read through the window of a bus
2) It has buttons where my fingers naturally fall
3) It has a very simple straightforward menu system < #3 good>.
1) It does eat a lot of batteries
2) The display is not very bright at all
3) The click stick is rather tough to maneuver with gloves on
1) Takes Maps
2) Big pointer… my eyesight isn’t real good because of diabetes.
3) All the info I can bring up about an area…. gas stations, fast foods.. ect
4) Rugged and Waterproof
1) Eats GPS food too quickly…. I need a Legend C!!!!
2) Hard to see when light conditions aren’t great to put in cords…. back to the bad eyesight again!
3) I need 2 more of them so my wife and daughter have one…. so we won’t be fighting on who gets to carry it to the cache! ( I know that this one didn’t count…. but couldn’t think of a third one.)
1) Accuracy – It is very accurate when you have decent satellite coverage.
2) Rugged and durable – I’ve had mine for over 3 years and it is still going strong!
3) Storage – You can store over 1000 waypoints if you load in the latest firmware from Garmin. Plus you can load updated maps.
1) Rubber Casing – Rubber exterior may start sliding off after a couple years.
2) Design – Buttons were made to be used by a right hander and I just happen to be a left hander.
3) Satellite signal – It is very hard to get a good satellite signal in tree coverage.