Garmin Launches GPSMAP 62sc

TweetThe folks at Garmin have been busy.   Garmin just introduced four new product improvements to the mix.  There are new etrex, Astro, Rino and 62 series models.   The 62sc is of most interest to me as it has a built in camera.  Having just upgraded to the 62s it will be a while […]

GPSr Early Adopters

Tweet I was out caching with the GHMGC yesterday.  In the group of 22 people in attendance I only saw one Magellan.  I don’t know what that means but I’m pretty sure it means that Garmin is the most popular GPSr manufacturer for geocaching.   I noticed something else yesterday, most of the folks in […]

Backpack Modification for Garmin Clip

TweetI was talking to a geocaching friend the other day and he mentioned that he finds the new Garmin mounting system a bit frustrating.   He is used to the mounting system from the 60 series of GPSr.  He has a GPSMAP 62s now and has to deal with the carabiner clip as an attaching […]

Geocaching Review – Garmin GPSMAP 62s

TweetThe GPSMAP 62s has now joined me for some geocaching adventures, at night no less!  I was previously using a Garmin Colorado 300.   My sense is that Garmin has worked hard to make this a geocaching friendly GPS receiver. Even though I think it is a excellent GPSr for geocaching it is going to […]

Garmin GPSMAP 62s Initial Thoughts

TweetI ordered my Garming GPSMAP62s on Wednesday and it arrived today.  I admit it I succumbed to Garmin’s cash grab and upgraded so that I can use the chirp technology.  I would not have upgraded if the Colorado firmware received an upgrade.  The fact that it doesn’t is a sign that Garmin would rather you […]