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Magellan CX0310SGXNA eXplorist 310 Waterproof Hiking GPS


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  • Brand Name: MAGELLAN SYSTEM Mfg#: CX0310SGXNA
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Product Description

MAGELLAN CX0310SGXNA eXplorist(R) 310 Handheld GPS Receiver2.2' screen; Sunlight-readable, color display; QVGA 240 x 320 display resolution; Accepts GPX files; 1,000 waypoints; 50 routes; 50 legs per route; 10,000 geocaches; Paperless geocaching; 250 tracks; 10,000 points per track; User data online sharing; Preloaded maps-world edition; POIs; Vertical profile; Area calculation; Hunt & fish calendar; Sun & moon information; Coordinates systems & datums; Audible proximity alarms; GPS accuracy up to 3 m - 5 m; High-sensitivity GPS SiRFstarIII(TM); Multidirectional patch antenna; Communication protocol USB mass storage; USB port; NMEA output; PC compatible; 18-hour battery life; Waterproof IPX7 standard; Temperature range: 14°F - 140°F (-10°C - 60°C); Suspend mode conserves battery life by putting the device into an advanced power saving mode; Easy to navigate menus & rich graphics; Picture viewer transfers images within geocache descriptions & view in the field to help locate difficult to find geocaches; Record active track & see 'breadcrumbs' on the map screen; Trip summary-start journey with 1 click & keep tabs on useful statistics such as distance traveled, average speed, elevation gain & descent & average time; 500MB available storage; 2GB internal memory; Requires 2 AA batteries; Dim: 2.2' x 4.4' x 1.4'; Weight: 5.2oz


Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight145 g
Product Dimensions14.2 x 14.7 x 6.1 cm
Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
Item model numberCX0310SWXNA
Weight 145 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB004JU0E2G
Best Sellers Rank #9,80,786 in Electronics (See top 100)
Date First Available8 August 2014
  
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Amazon.com: 3.1 out of 5 stars 133 reviews
228 of 228 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Big improvement over the Triton series, very nice GPS for geocaching 21 April 2011
By T. KLEMP - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I bought the Magellan Explorist 310 almost exclusively for geocaching.

For the past two years, I've been using the Magellan Triton 400 for the same purpose. That GPS unit was good in its day, but I wanted something more responsive with more features. After playing around with my new Explorist 310, I'd like to share my initial feelings, as well as some helpful hints for getting the most out of the GPS with the least amount of headaches.

As far as the quality of the GPS, I'd rate it as excellent. When I put in a couple of Rayovac alkaline batteries (the unit ships with two Energizer lithiums and a coupon for $2 off your next purchase of these batteries, I'll save those for another day) and pressed the power button for a couple seconds, the GPS powered right up, almost no wait time. It fits in the hand almost perfectly, and the buttons are easy to press. I initially had a bit of trouble with the toggle button, but figured out that if I wanted to spell out anything I needed to hold the unit in both hands, problem solved.

The battery compartment gave me a bit of trouble at first. It is a big improvement over the Triton series, it takes only a half turn to unlock the back of the GPS to replace the batteries. I struggled getting the battery cover back on again. Eventually I figured that out. Make sure that you connect the cover from the bottom first with a slight upward motion, then lower the top half of the cover and turn the screw the half turn needed to seal the battery compartment back up. Once you do it a few times there's nothing to it.

Next step for me was to load some geocaches onto the GPS. I went for it and created three 1000 cache pocket queries on Geocaching.com. After they were created, I saved them onto my computer. Then I connected the Explorist 310 to my computer using the included cable, and copied the files from my computer onto the GPS. When I looked for them, they didn't show up. I realized my mistake almost immediately - the files were still in a .ZIP format. I expanded them, then copied the .GPX files into the "Geocaches" folder on the Explorist, and the .WPTS.GPX files into the "Waypoints" folder. After that, everything showed up where I expected it to. Even with 3000 geocaches and the related waypoints, the unit booted up in no time!

Now I want to share the hints that should help you get the most out of this GPS (for geocaching anyway) right out of the box:

1. Go to Tools | Settings | Power, and set your battery type. Honestly don't know what this does, but I've had my GPS on for 5 hours tonight and almost no reduction in battery power. It must do something! Battery life is so much better than my Triton, for this reason alone I'm glad I bought the GPS.
2. Go to Tools | Settings | Brightness & Volume, and set up these settings to your preferences. I set the Backlight Timer to 5 minutes (and you can keep it on longer), keeps me from pushing buttons just so I can see the screen after a few minutes
3. Go to Tools | Settings | Night Mode, and change the setting to "Off". The factory setting will change the screen to night mode as soon as the sun sets, it's really annoying. Maybe it's preferable for some people, but definitely not for me.

The next two are the most important for geocachers, without changing these settings you will hate this GPS:

4. Go to Map, select it, then hit the Menu button. Scroll down and select "Map Options". Find the "Auto Zoom" option, and turn it OFF! If you don't, the screen will always zoom out to the point between your location and your destination, very annoying and makes it almost impossible to actually get to a cache.
5. Go to Map, select it, then hit the Menu button. Scroll down to "Geocaches" and change the setting to "Not Found & Not Attempted". I initially changed this to "Not Found", thinking this would show me the caches I didn't find yet. I found out the hard way that that setting will only show caches that you looked for but couldn't find.

That's all I have for now. Like I said, so far I really like the unit. My only comparison is the Triton 400, but there are some HUGE improvements over that unit. Deleting the existing set of geocaches is almost instant, vs. 3+ minutes on the Triton. I can actually save my finds on the unit, on the Triton there was no option for this. I can see the last 5 comments from Geocaching.com, so I don't waste my time looking for muggled caches. I will post an update if I find any more significant pros/cons to this unit, or any more helpful hints.
17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Disappointed in this GPS and then it died. 23 April 2015
By Barry White - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Don't waste your money on the eXplorist 310. I bought one eight months ago to use for kayaking. I wanted to know speed, distance, route, etc. It does give you those things, but it is not at all intuitive to operate and the display is very difficult to read in the sun. It is generally frustrating to use. Batteries last only about five hours, so on longer trips, you must carry spares. A few times, the display fogged up on the inside (it is supposed to be waterproof) and recently the display comes on, but it is just a non-readable blob.

Warranty info was a bit hard to find. Once I knew it was still in warranty, I called Magellan as instructed on their website, but gave up after being on hold for 40 minutes. I finally was able to communicate with a representative through their chat feature. After I answered about 20 questions, the rep said to email my receipt and a picture of what the display was doing. They said they will look at it and get back to me within a couple of days. I asked for RMA so I can send it back to get a replacement. I certainly would not buy another one and wouldn't care much about a replacement except that if they honor the warranty, it should be free. I will be looking for a better GPS for kayaking.

Update: Magellan says that since there is moisture behind the display cover on this "waterproof" GPS, the display is "broken." "Magellan will replace receivers with a broken display returned within the warranty period with a reconditioned unit of the same or comparable model at a reduced cost to customer." $60 to replace. I will not be wasting $60, nor will I be purchasing any GPS from Magellan in the future.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Buy something else. 23 September 2014
By Michael Landry - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Terrible little device. Takes forever to power on and lock on. The menu system is infuriatingly bad. And the CPU is too slow, so when you press any button, it takes up to 5 seconds before anything changes on the screen, so you're always waiting for the device to catch up to your commands. This thing might be going back, I'm that unhappy with it. Buy something else.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Intially difficult to use, then impossible 11 October 2013
By Norcodragontamer - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
It worked for 1 week in California. Then I took it to Italy where it promptly lost the satellite signal. Still couldn't track when I returned to California. No amount of right arrow, on/off, leave in a field on a cloudless, moonless night resetting helped. Magellan customer support was no help. The joystick was always awkward to use, so no big loss returning it to Amazon.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It's Not A Garmin, But It Works 24 March 2013
By Bill Farmer - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I decided to start GeoCaching and for a reasonably priced GPS that will work with GPX files to make GeoCaching much easier, the Magellans were the ones in my Budget. I chose this one over the 110 model since you can load additional maps on it, though the regional topo map that came 'bundled' with my particular unit takes up ~364MB of the 500MB free space on the device.

That brings me to another point. I purchased the Topo Map Bundle edition for $10 more than the base model. With the regional topo maps being $49, this seemed like a good buy to me. Be forwarned, my unit had a sticker on the box with a code and URL to redeem it with. The URL comes up with a 404 Not Found and then redirects to the magellangps.com homepage. It took a call to support and speaking with 3 agents to find out how we could redeem our code for the free map.

First you have to register your unit online. You will see very quickly the magellan site is not user friendly. It constantly opens stuff in new windows, the URLs in the product manual no longer exist and don't redirect properly to the new page, and it likes to randomly dump you to a login page without telling you why. So to register your product, first set up an account and then try to register and it is a breeze. You can't register your product without setting up an account.

To redeem your code, you have to go through their store like you are purchasing the map bundle you want free and enter all of your information including credit card number before you get to a final confirmation page that will let you enter your code in the 'coupon code' field before hitting submit. That's right you have to divulge your credit card number to get something that is supposedly bundled. Anyway on the last page, once you get a zero balance for your bundled map, hit submit order and a few minutes later you will get an email with a download link.

The download is small but opens a program to download the actual map files. You would think then it would prompt you to connect the device and install them for you, but it just finishes and leaves you with a cancel button. All you have to do is get the two files, connect your GPS and go to the removable drive and then the MAPS folder and copy them there and reboot your GPS. Now you go to Tools -> Options -> Maps and select your new maps to enable use.

My GPS also came with outdated software on it and to update it, you have to download a file from the magellan site and this program you download will actually walk you through and will copy the update files to the GPS for you. I should mention you need to be on the latest update before downloading maps.

So the initial setup and actually getting my bundled maps was annoying and time consuming. The customer support reps were not very helpful and the 3rd person actually at least understood what we were trying to do and helped us get the maps, but didn't seem to care that it was a hassle. I am a GPS snob and it's always been Garmins or nothing, but a good Geocaching Garmin GPS is $300-$450 so I wanted to try out the Magellan at the $159 price point. I wasn't sure I was going to like Geocaching (I do now that I have gotten some) and didn't want to spend any more money to get started and certainly didn't want to try to use the GPS in my phone.

This Magellan is very easy to use for Geocache finding and natively supports GPX files to make loading caches and related data like descriptions, logs, and hints very easy. I've been out using the GPS the past two days and found my positioning to be accurate and the features like notifying when there is a cache nearby handy. I also agree with another reviewer's suggestion to disabled night mode and turn off auto zoom and want to pass those along in my own review. The unit seems to be nice and sturdy and ready to take the abuse that comes along with finding geocaches. I do recommend ordering screen protectors. I ordered them after the fact, but left the little plastic sheet on the screen that came on the unit until my proper protectors arrive. Also, it may just be Energizer Lithium batteries that came with the unit, but I've had it on for 12 hours over the past two days and it still show the battery full on the meter. Considering this is rated for 18 hours, I would say the battery life is excellent. It is worth noting that the dollar off coupon for energizer lithiums that came with the unit expired 12/31/2012.

In summary, once you get the unit updated and all set up, it works great. I am not impressed at all with the Magellan website or the interactions we had with the support line and hope and pray I never have a problem to where I have to deal with them again. I guess that is the trade off for a less expensive unit. Also, my unit was made in China for whatever that is worth to people.


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