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DeLorme pn40

Gonehunting

New member
I just purchased the delorme pn 40. This is my 3rd handheld. The 1st being a garmin etrax venture hc. It was a good easy to use machine until I downloaded the maps.(hassle) the next was a magellan p.o.s. I would not reccommend to anyone. The controls were too complicated. Not that i didnt understand the machine it was just that it took too long to go to different tasks. And the maps were hard to download and then they were of low quality.
That all changed with this delorme. I got a heck of a deal on walmarts onsite order. It was only $8.00 more than the pn30 and the maps are very good quality. I dont know if they had it priced wrong but i ordered and was at my store in about a week. I would highly recommend it.
 

Idaho PRB

Member
I bought the PN-40 as well and just can't fall in love with it. It's OK and the DeLorme Map Library is really a nice feature for a very reasonable price. That is where they beat Garmin but that's where it stops in my opinion.
 
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