Garmin eTrex Touch 25 Review – For Family Hikes

The Garmin eTrex Touch 25 is made for families or groups of friends who like to partake in outdoor activities, more specifically those that involve hiking. It is a durable device that can also be used by cyclists, and it also has a fishing function as well. Users will find a flurry of onboard features including a full-color touchscreen, preloaded maps, and a portion of the device wherein you can add optional and custom-made maps.

Garmin eTrex Touch 25 Review - For Family Hikes

Is the Garmin eTrex Touch 25 the Right GPS Device For You and Your Loved Ones?

Looking at the design of the Garmin eTrex Touch 25, it seems to be built for serious people who are into outdoor activities. Thankfully, it departs from the norm a little while still being able to deliver what it has to do. It has an IPX7 water rating, which means that it can be submerged up to 1-meter of water up to 30-minutes.

There is a light-blue border around the screen and the compartment can be found at the rear of the device. There is also an array of colorful silicone casings which are optional to purchase should users want a bit more style for their GPS device.

Underneath the batteries is a slot for a microSD card. This is used to install extra maps and content so that you don’t have to rely heavily on the device’s preloaded maps. As an added bonus, the eTrex Touch 25 already comes with 8GB of on-board memory.

The memory already comes with maps that spans over 46 countries around the globe. This comes along with 250,000 Geocoaches. There is also a world basemap, and demos of the Digital Globe maps and BidsEye Select features. These features are for detailed OS mapping and satellite imagery.

Should you want to add more maps, you can use Garmin’s Basecamp software. However, it can only be used on a desktop computer but it can be installed in either MacOS or Windows platforms. This software will let you save out waypoints and tracks that have been already picked up by the device.

User-interface is exclusively performed on the device’s 2.6-inch touchscreen. It is not particularly “iPhone 6S” clarity, but it does offer more than adequate resolution for the intended usage. Interface is also very user-friendly so just about anyone in the family can pick up and play what the functions do in a heartbeat.

The Garmin eTrex Touch 25 has all the intended features that you are looking for in a GPS device. It has a user-friendly interface and a reasonable price tag to keep families who enjoy hiking (along with other outdoor physical activities) happy.

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