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December 15, 2014

Garmin Nuvi 360 Great Choice For Geocaching

When the Garmin Nuvi 360 first came on the market, it carried a price tag of upwards to a thousand dollars, but today’s prices range from only $149.00 up to $449. Could it be the best gps for geocaching?

Sadly, its original price tag prevented many aspiring geocachers from owning this outstanding GPS for strictly leisure time use, but with such a drastic reduction in price, it is now much more affordable for the average consumer who is in the market for reasonably priced geocaching gear.

You might ask; why has the price dropped so much? Well, it certainly isn’t because the Garmin Nuvi 360 has any major drawbacks, it’s simply because it is no longer in production. If you buy the 360 today, there is a chance that you could be getting older road maps, and also, the antenna is the older flip up style.

But, if you’re not too concerned with possibly getting older maps, and you really don’t mind the flip up style antenna, you can pick up one of these really outstanding sleek systems today for an unbelievably low, low price.

If you’re the type of person who wants or needs the latest, greatest and most technically advanced system, the Nuvi 360 may not be for you, however, if you’re in the market for a truly dependable and easy-to-use GPS for your geocaching treasure hunting, and you’re after a terrific bargain to boot it remains one of the most popular GPS systems in use today.

The reviews on the Garmin Nuvi 360 have been nothing short of fantastic. Overwhelmingly, its satisfied geocaching users report positive feedback. One of its most appealing features is its size; it fits easily into your palm or pocket, and it will even fit into your jeans pocket.

Geocaching, the sport of this century, is totally sweeping the planet, and one of the handiest, most dependable GPS systems for successful geocaching has been and still is the 3.5″ Garmin Nuvi 360. It has all the features you’ll need to locate those sweet, hard-to-find caches whether they be in the country side, on a mountain or just down the street at your local dog park.

Just hop on the Internet, locate a cache that is suitable for your skills and location, and plug the coordinates for your chosen cache into your new Garmin Nuvi 360. At these bargain basement prices, I can’t think of a better Christmas or birthday gift for the passionate geocacher in your life.