if you could talk to animal, then you probably don’t need help in navigating through the wilderness. that’s if only. in reality, nobody can actually converse with animals and that’s why a handy gadget like this Rand McNally Foris 850 Outdoor GPS is essential whether you are hiking or biking in the wild. out-of-the-box, the Foris 850 is preloaded with tons of US map databases including vector trail maps, points of interests, detailed US street and contour maps, plus a thousand select geocaches. and if you are traveling alone, a spoken and visual turn-by-turn directions provide you with humanly voice, guiding you to your designation (and hopefully, keeping your sanity) when even on trails.
other features of this 9oz device include a rugged and waterproof (to IPX7, which means it can take dunk into one meter deep of water for up to 30 minutes) construction, a glove-friendly 3″ touchscreen, 8GB internal storage – expandable via a microSD card slot, built-in 3-axis compass and barometric altimeter, and last but not the least, a high-sensitivity WAAS-enabled GPS receiver. the Rand McNally Foris 850 Outdoor GPS comes bundle with a bike mount, an anti-glare screen protector and batteries, so it is basically ready-to-go out-of-the-box. available now exclusively via Amazon for $389.99.