A Mobile Phone Is Not a GPS Unit

January 6, 2016

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Overland Base Camp just posted a useful journal entry about navigating with a GPS units versus a phone.

“Someday mobile phones will work perfectly as cycling GPS devices.  However, the current state of phone-to-bar mounting systems, battery life, weather resistance, and tracking apps all mean that a dedicated GPS unit — specifically a Garmin 800 or above — is, by far, the right way to go.

As always, we’re specifically talking about long hours of mixed-terrain riding in all weather conditions.”

Check it out.  Do you use your phone for navigation?

Garmins All Night - photo - Rob Vandermark


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