Mounts for Garmin eTrex Touch 25 35 35t GPS

The eTrex line of handheld GPS units has been marketed by Garmin for roughly 15 years.  The marketing is targeted towards outdoors use while hiking, camping or Geocaching.  During the second half of 2015, Garmin released yet another new generation of their eTrex GPS line called the eTrex Touch.  As you can tell by the name of the product, Garmin has added a touch screen to the GPS.  There are three models of the eTrex Touch. eTrex Touch 25 – This is the lowest priced GPS in the lineup and includes a 2.6 inch color touchscreen, an integrated compass, over 250,000 preloaded … Read more…

Mounts for the Garmin Approach Golf GPS

The Garmin Approach GPS line for golf enthusiasts have been out for a number of years and have been through at least five generations of handheld devices plus several generations of models worn on the wrist.  Today we will concentrate on the handheld models of mounts for the Garmin Approach Golf GPS lineup.  The most popular locations to mount a golf GPS has always been the cup holder or windshield of an electric golf cart or the handlebar of a pull cart or the golf bag itself.  We will discuss all of these options in detail. Most of the models that … Read more…

Garmin Car Chargers

Garmin has made many different GPS units over the years.  While you might think that one charger fits them all, that’s not even close to being the case.  Most older GPS units used 1AMP cables.  As the technology progressed, Garmin introduced high definition screens and along with that improvement came the 2AMP chargers.  But wait, there’s more.  None of the regular everyday chargers have traffic capability because Garmin decided to integrate the traffic receiver into the power cable.  Confused?  Don’t be.  This article will hopefully clear up any confusion. The most basic cable that Garmin makes is the 2AMP car … Read more…

Mounting Options for the Garmin eTrex 10 20 30 GPS

During the second half of 2011, Garmin released a new generation of their 10-year old eTrex GPS line.  Options range from a basic black and white display on the eTrex 10 all the way to a color screen with nice additions like a compass and built-in barometric altimeter with wireless route sharing on the eTrex 30.  These units are very competitively prices and are marketed to hikers, bikers and geocachers for handheld use. We all know that people will use these for more than simply handheld use, so without further ado, we present some thoughts for selecting a mount.  One important … Read more…