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Gear Preview: Garmin’s eTrex Touch 35t GPS Photo courtesy Garmin

Find your way with the easy-to-use eTrex Touch 35t

A stalwart map-and-compass paddler, it took a device as easy to use—and easy on the eyes—as Garmin’s eTrex Touch 35t to get me excited about GPS. The 35t comes pre-loaded with 1:100,000 topographic maps for the U.S., and features a microSD card slot and 8 GB internal memory to store additional maps and charts, including Garmin’s impeccably detailed nautical BlueCharts, for different regions. The 2.6-inch touchscreen can't replace spreading a square yard of paper across my deck, but its rich colors are easy to see even on bright days and the 35t is fully waterproof for worry-free use. Garmin uses something...

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