Hi, I'm looking for a cheap, cheap, cheap GPS, but good, good, good for GeoCashing. Anybody have answers?

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SpinWard9 years ago
My friend Strapped-4-Cache here is a huge GeoCacher!
That is his hobby. He'll know all the stuff on it.

Just providing info.
You outta do a Geocaching 'ible. That's be kinda cool.
Just my $.02
I might do one of these for you. I have a mini cache I made that would make a good 'ible.
ChefAlex (author)  SpinWard9 years ago
yep, First cache today! not so well...
martymunch9 years ago
When you say cheap just be warned that when you are talking about finding something with "close cords" and you are setting yourself up for failure. When you buy a cheap GPS unit you may have a hard time getting close to the cache site as cheap usually doesn't get good signal and isn't very accurate. I have a $100 Garmin I got off Craig's list for $50 and it works well. Be careful how cheap you go as micro caches almost require a good GPS. If you need any help or insight on caching let me know. I've got about 50 found already. I haven't been out much this year but I'm heading to Japan this summer so I'll be definitely caching there. Garmins are good but remember you get what you pay for!
ll.139 years ago
All I can recommend is to check out all the popular places:

craigslist, ebay (you'll find enough there to use a different one every single day) local ads. in the (local) papers... :-)
Kiteman9 years ago
How accurate does it have to be? Couldn't you plug the reference into Google Earth and print out a map to find the caches?
. What? No comment on the (all too common) misspelling of geocaching?
I was going to.... ;-)
Oh - I just thought he was hiding money left and right... ;-)
ChefAlex (author)  NachoMahma9 years ago
I was completely out of the moment, I'm sorry I know how to spell it lol
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