Garmin has finally pulled the plug on the venerable GPSMAP 60CSx, officially discontinuing it. Long considered the gold standard, the 60CSx had started looking a bit long in the tooth over the past year or two, missing now standard features such as paperless geocaching.
But there is no heir apparent, although challengers to the throne include the Oregon 450 and the 60CSx successor, the GPSMAP 62s, ranked numbers one and two in our most recent top ten. Then there’s the new Montana series which has just recently hit the market (more on that one here in the next few days). They all have their advantages, but from my viewpoint there is no longer one GPS to rule them all.
So how do you feel about the demise of the 60CSx? Are the new models clearly superior, or have the latest features not yet swayed you? Is there a true successor to the throne? Chime in!