Handheld GPS Receivers
Best Hiking GPS
Here are the top five handheld GPS devices for hiking and backpacking from Garmin, Magellan, DeLorme, and more.
Review: Garmin Montana 650t Multi-Purpose GPS
We field-test review, and star-rate the Garmin Montana 650t GPS. The Montana is designed to be used as a car, handheld, and marine GPS. We used the Montana on an extended backcountry trip.
SPOT Satellite GPS Messenger
We field test, rate, and review the latest SPOT Satellite GPS Messenger.
Do-it-all Garmin Dakota 20 Suitable for Multiple Sports, Geocaching, Hiking
The do-it-all Garmin Dakota 20 is a mapping handheld GPS suitable for multiple sports, hiking, and geocaching. We field test, rate and review the Dakota 20.
DeLorme PN-40: Speed and an Abundance of Maps
The DeLorme PN-40 handheld GPS receiver features a fast, 32-channel chipset and lots of on-board memory. We field test and review the DeLorme PN-40.
Review: Garmin Oregon 400t and the Garmin Oregon Line
We field test, rate and review the Garmin Oregon line of handheld GPS receivers.
SPOT Satellite Messenger Saves Lives
The SPOT satellite messenger provides a unique set of satellite communication options combined with GPS location capability to permit sending of okay, tracking, and help messages when you are out of cell phone range.
Next Generation: Garmin Colorado Review
Field test of the Garmin Colorado 400t handheld GPS. Full specs and review ratings.
Robust Mapping and Imaging: DeLorme Earthmate PN-20
The DeLorme Earthmate GPS PN-20 is an advanced handheld GPS receiver that can display satellite, aerial photo, and navigation chart imaging. The bundled product includes DeLorme's Topo USA and other detailed mapsets.
Garmin Rino 530HCx: Two-way Radio, 'Find Others' Features
The Garmin Rino 530 HCx combines two-way radio, color-map GPS, and the ability to locate others' positions into a tough and competent handheld GPS.
Garmin's eTrex Legend HCx Handheld a Great Outdoor Companion
We field test the new Garmin eTrex Legend HCx