Old 11-08-16, 10:10 PM
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PaulRivers
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Those Garmins look like they cost around $250. If it was me, I would definitely be more interested in buying a new phone. (I also use google maps on my phone so having an accurate gps would be an issue there to).

If I was going to buy a Garmin, I'd get one with a screen big enough to view maps and such on. The two you mentioned looked like small units.

If your phone is older, you might get better coverage with a new phone as well. If it's many years old, they've added new "bands" with new hardware support to newer phones that aren't on older phones.
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