Bushnell Backtrack Point-3
Released January, 2011
Bushnell's Backtract Point-3 is a portable GPS unit, based on the Original Backtrack model. Its intended use is essentially the same as the Original, and it allows the user to manually set up to three locations and then directs the user back to them.
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The Point-3 has an upgraded and more sensitive GPS receiver than the Original. It still uses a grayscale LCD and has a compact weatherproof form factor. This model has a metal clip ring that can be attached to a clip or lanyard, and it uses two AAA batteries. It has a self-calibrating digital compass and displays distance and direction to the marked locations. Other than the upgraded receiver and different form factor, this model is basically a clone of the Original and has a similar price point.
- Self-calibrating digital compass
- Backlit LCD
- Stores up to three locations
- Displays distance and direction to stored locations
- Uses 2 AAA batteries
- Metal loop for clip/lanyard
- High sensitivity uBLOX GPS receiver
- Compact square form factor
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