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    Default Garmin unit help 64 vs Rhino

    I am looking at purchasing a new GPS system..I have it narrowed down to the 64s and 64st as wll as the Rhino. I am using it mainly for fishing spots and hiking. I am wanting one that I can use the compass to guide me to spots etc...I know the 64st has topographic maps etc..but do I really need these for what I am doing? Do I need lake vu things on these? I try to ask people at the store but you know how that goes..any help would be appreciated..
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    You should give more details about what you need.
    Do you want just an outdoor gps or you need a floating/ wateproof device?
    Which maps are important for you?
    Do you need lakes maps? Vision or Vision g2 ?
    Long lasting battery? Device size? Heawy or light? Etc.

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    I apologize..I am still very much a newbie when it comes to GPS...definitely outdoor handheld...lake use will primary objective, but will still use in other areas..not sure what vision is...i like the look and feel of the garmin 64s and st...i have an oregon but don't like it..i do like the rhinos as well..just wanting something simple to use in finding points again..


    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    You should give more details about what you need.
    Do you want just an outdoor gps or you need a floating/ wateproof device?
    Which maps are important for you?
    Do you need lakes maps? Vision or Vision g2 ?
    Long lasting battery? Device size? Heawy or light? Etc.

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