Is it worth the cash?
I'm currently using a PN-20 for all my caching. The unit works well, but DeLorme charges an arm and a leg for Topo maps. I saw my first Colorado at the Eustis event and was interested. I'm not even close to paperless caching (are ink refills made in America?) :rolleyes: and I guess that there is a way to put the whole cache page directly onto the Colorado.
The question is, Is it worth it? I have a GPS that has brought me to 220 caches and has worked well. However, I am turning into a tech nerd and like the feel and options available on the Garmin. What would be a reasonable price for the Colorado, and is the Montana that I hear about any better. Or should I just stick with what I have? Thoughts?:confused:
Montana? Do you mean the Oregon with the touch screen or is there another one I am not aware of already? I would almost say go with the new Delorme PN-40. Google it or go here http://blog.delorme.com/ for more info on that one as well.
My Fault, Oregon. I get my western states mixed up.:o:o
Originally Posted by Haffy