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Garmin chirp Geocaching Beacon

Garmin chirp Geocaching Beacon

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The Garmin chirp Geocaching Beacon was designed specifically for the outdoor adventures of geocaching, and is affordable, durable, waterproof, and communicates with compatible wireless-enabled Garmin Handhelds.

Features

  • Compatible With Select Wireless-Enabled Outdoor Handhelds
  • Automatically Transmits Data Every 2 Seconds
  • Multistage Coordinates, Hints And Descriptions, Geocache ID And Battery Life Information
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\Geocachers can verify that a cache is nearby, access chirp's hints and see how many visitors have visited a cache. chirp adds another dimension to multi-caching by allowing users to retrieve multi-cache coordinates, making chirp the ultimate geocaching tool. chrip has up to one year of battery life, gives you the ability to password protect chirp, and is sized for being easily used within a well-placed cache.

Product Features and Specifications:

  • Password protected to prevent reprogramming of chirp device
  • Up to one year battery life with continuous use, user replaceable CR2032 lithium coin cell battery
  • Rugged, IPX7 waterproof design
  • Typical range of 10 meters
  • Size: 1.3" x 0.9" x 0.3"
  • Less than 1.0 oz in total weight
  • Package contains: chirp, CR2032 lithium coin cell battery, mounting disk, instruction manual
  • Compatible units: Oregon 300, 400i, 400c, 400t, 450, 450t, 550, 550t, GPSMAP 62s, 62st, 78s, 78sc, Dakota 20
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