Sunday, March 18, 2012

Garmin GPSMap 60 Review

UPDATE: This model has been discontinued. For a list of current recommendations, see our handheld GPS buyers guide.

The Garmin GPSMap 60 is the low-end (and lowest cost) unit in the GPSMap line. It could be the ideal GPS solution for the budget conscious outdoors enthusiast. And it will even auto-route on highways with Garmin’s City Select software.

Lets take a quick look at the differences in the GPSMap 60 product line. The GPSMap 60C adds a color screen and bumps the memory from 24 MB to 56 MB, while the GPSMap 60CS goes even further, including a barometric altimeter and electronic compass.


Here’s what others are saying about the GPSMap 60:

Here are some additional resources:

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