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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    I upgraded to a Garmin Oregon 450t and I really like it. I paid about $250 but that was on sale and I think they are quite a bit more regular price.
    I'm about as non tech savvy as they come, and I really like my 450t. It does everything I want my GPS to do. My only gripe would be that sometimes the screen sensitivity is a little inconsistent. I hate it when I accidentally drop pins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    I'm about as non tech savvy as they come, and I really like my 450t. It does everything I want my GPS to do. My only gripe would be that sometimes the screen sensitivity is a little inconsistent. I hate it when I accidentally drop pins.
    I have that issue sometimes too. Still getting used to the touch screen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Browntailguy View Post
    I bought the Oregon 450 a year ago prior to my wyoming antelope hunt and installed the wyoming huntgpsmaps card on the unit. Absolutely flawless. Love it
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    I went through this decision last year when upgrading my GPS unit and ended up getting the Garmin Dakota 20. I liked the Oregon models as well, but the Dakota had about the same screen size as the Oregon, yet was a bit more compact unit with a more rugged housing as well as being cheaper at the time.

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    I upgraded from the ETrex Venture HC to the Garmin 62st.....mostly went with this model cause of the directional pad and buttons instead of touch screen as well as this model takes the landowner chips. So far I am very pleased with it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by libidilatimmy View Post
    I went through this decision last year when upgrading my GPS unit and ended up getting the Garmin Dakota 20. I liked the Oregon models as well, but the Dakota had about the same screen size as the Oregon, yet was a bit more compact unit with a more rugged housing as well as being cheaper at the time.
    I really liked my Dakota 20 at first but the screen on this thing is horrible, it scratches way to easy and it's really hard to see anything on it now cause of this!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by woodtick View Post
    I really liked my Dakota 20 at first but the screen on this thing is horrible, it scratches way to easy and it's really hard to see anything on it now cause of this!!
    I can see that. I put the screen protectors on mine to alleviate that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by libidilatimmy View Post
    I can see that. I put the screen protectors on mine to alleviate that.
    Who makes a screen saver for this?? garmin replaced the screen for me after last hunting season!
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    I have not upgraded to a touch screen yet for these very reasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AT Hiker View Post
    I have not upgraded to a touch screen yet for these very reasons.

    woodtick, check this site out...http://www.zagg.com/invisibleshield/...-skins-shields
    Oh that should help a ton!
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