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Oregon 700 Series: Geocaching

Get ready to discover treasure around the world by prepping your Oregon 700 series handheld to find geocaches. With the addition of Geocaching Live, pulling up caches when you are out on an adventure has never been easier. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth links the Oregon to your Geocaching account, allowing you to access live data for a superior geocaching experience. Automatically stay up to date with all the latest caches from Geocaching.com.

TruSwing Golf Sensor: Using Your Device

A better golf swing starts here: Learn how to set up and connect your Garmin TruSwing golf sensor for use with your compatible smartphone, golf watch, or handheld golf device. Follow the steps to pair your TruSwing sensor using Bluetooth and the Garmin Connect online app to record and upload your swing measurements automatically.

eTrex Touch Series: Using Navigation Features

The essentials of outdoor navigation – selecting a destination and entering waypoints to create a track route – will have you ready to hit the trail with your Garmin eTrex Touch. You’ll see how to save your favorite tracks and discoveries, so you can return to them later. Plus, you’ll learn how to use the TracBack feature to reverse course, so you can retrace your steps back to your basecamp, trailhead or vehicle. Learn how easily you can follow your wanderlust – with the help of an eTrex Touch.

Montana 610/680: Downloading and Updating Data

It’s easy to access data files and system upgrades for your Montana 6-series handheld GPS. You’ll see how to install a microSD memory card for additional storage or to add preloaded maps. You’ll also learn how to use Garmin BaseCamp on your computer to transfer files to and from your Montana. Plus, you’ll find out how to use the Montana’s wireless technology to share waypoints, geocaches, routes, tracks and more with other compatible devices.

The new Garmin Rino®: Communicate and Navigate

Learn the three easy ways to communicate with the new Garmin Rino® 600 series of GPS handhelds: talking on the two-way radio; polling your friends’ GPS positions to track your group during the hike, and sending basic notes to compatible Rinos.

To learn more about the Rino® devices look here: https://buy.garmin.com/en-US/US/c12521-p1.html?series=BRAND476&sorter=featuredProducts-desc

Montana 610/680: Setting Up The Device

Follow these steps to set up your Garmin Montana 6-series handheld GPS, so you can get more out of your adventures. You’ll see how easy it is to charge the battery, power up the device, and use the touchscreen to access menu items, applications and user features. Learn how to calibrate the compass and select from the list of activity profiles – or even create your own custom profiles – to enjoy your Montana to the fullest.

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