What do you normally have in mind when someone mentions a “handheld GPS navigation system”? Well, certainly the device can’t be too large and ought to fit into the palm of your hand nicely, but aren’t most GPS systems like sized these days? Enter the QStarz SR-Q2100 handheld GPS navigation system which sports a track logger, cycle computer, location finder, digital compass, route giuder as well as software for route planning, health management (!) and travel logging/geotagging. It is also IPX-7 waterproof, so you can bring it with you on your camping trips without having to worry on what the weather will be like. The QStarz SR-Q2100 retails for $139 Stateside, and can be picked up in Europe for €129.
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