The Garmin Foretrex 101. Some kinda crazy slug GPS wrist tonsil, which looks like it would kill a traffic warden at 30 paces. Wrist navigation has never been so elegant, stylish or petite. Has it? $138.65.
It’s easy-to-use interface and basic GPS capabilities are perfect for outdoor enthusiasts who would rather replace the batteries than recharge the unit in the field. This unit features Garmin’s intuitive operating logic, utilizing six dedicated buttons to simplify navigation. Whether it’s a campsite, deer stand, or other place of interest, users can mark its location, identify the waypoint, and navigate to it later using the GoTo function.