Garmin GPS Navigation
Garmin GPS devices cover a wide-range of both general and specialist activities, such as:
Marine: If you spend any time on the water then take a look at Garmin's range of Marine devices. Although not all the device are GPS enabled but they do all offer specific functionality: from finding the best place to fish, to navigating the waterways.
Aviation: Garmin still produce top of the range GPS units for aircraft. They also have budget friendly devices for recreational fliers.
Sports and Fitness: If you're serious about fitness and getting the best from your workouts then a Garmin GPS will be able to help you maximise and improve your workouts. Or, if golf, is more your style, how about a device that can help improve your game?
Outdoors: If you are keen on outdoor activities such as hiking or geo-caching then one of Garmin's GPSMAP60, eTrex, Dakota or Oregon Series GPSs is going to be an essential piece of kit — both to get the most from your experience and keep you safe.
Automotive Navigation: Whatever size of vehicle you drive (or ride) Garmin have a suitable sat nav system. Whether you want a basic Sat Nav that can get you from A to B or need something more advanced that can help you navigate your way around the UK or Europe with real-time information on traffic patterns and road closures.
Software: Many new mobile phones are smartphones with all kinds of useful applications built-in. Many of these phones also incorporate GPS functionality but often lack decent software to make the GPS really useful, for instance, having satellite navigation. You can download and install Garmin software, if it's supported by your phone, and make the most of the GPS functions.