Garmin Foretrex 301 Wrist-Mounted Navigator

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Never worry about losing your way with the slim, wrist-mounted Foretrex 301. Foretrex keeps track of your path and displays it as a dotted trail. Activate the TracBack® feature and you can retrace your steps back to where you started. You can save locations in memory as waypoints (up to 500 favorite locations, with 20 routes), so you can store favorite hikes or runs.

Foretrex 301 combines a high-sensitivity GPS receiver, rugged, waterproof design and USB interface into a simple, lightweight device that’s perfect for activities like running, cycling or skiing that require the use of both hands. You can store and analyze your activities, get a detailed analysis and send tracks to your outdoor device using your computer’s Internet connection with Garmin Connect.™ This one-stop site offers an activity table and allows you to view your activities on a map using Google™ Earth. Explore other routes uploaded from more than 12 million customers and share your experiences on Twitter® and Facebook.®

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Batterycompartment isn't waterproof

I bought this to use on a small one-design sailboat, since it's sold as a waterproof unit. It gets lots of splash in saltwater. I noticed the corrosion in the battery area after months of usage. Unit still works, but I expect it won't last a long while.
On the plus side, if you want to keep track of just a few variables (like speed and heading) and want a wrist-mounted unit, this does fine.
The menu is multilayered and navigation is a bit slow since the interface is limited to a couple buttons by the small size and wristmounted design.
Boson Research at on 11/11/2012