Had only Burke
and Wills a Bushnell BackTrack D-Tour handy, one of Australia's
tragedies-at-the-slimmest-of-margins would be one of our most
celebrated expeditions. However, in lieu of time travel we have the
benefit of hindsight, as well as the benefits of the Bushnell
Easy to carry and even easier to
use, the D-Tour can tell you not only how far you've travelled (and
in what direction), but more importantly how to get back. It can
store up to 5 waypoints, and regardless of whether you switch it
off or not those waypoints will remain until overwritten by yours
truly. The D-Tour can even record your journey step-by-step, so
that you might upload it to your PC when convenient and compare it
against digitized charts.
Record up to
48 hours of travel data including distance travelled, average
speed, altitude and temperature.
Sync with you
computer and review the road-less-travelled, once travelled - even
compare with Google Maps.
needed to know or not, the D-Tour can tell you your precise
latitudinal and longitudinal coordinates.
you know how high you've climbed or how low you've sunk.
self-calibrating electronic compass.
Not shy of the
occasional drip or scrape.
- Dimensions - 05 x 70 x 23 mm [H
x W x D]
- Type - High
- Routes - yes
[up to 24 hrs total]
- Waypoints -
- PC compatible
Readings - metric / imperial
- Compass - yes
- Altimeter -
- Clock - yes
[12h / 24h]
- Thermometer -
- Battery - 3x AAA [not
- Bushnell BackTrack D-Tour GPS
Location Finder [Olive]
- Cable [USB
software, obtainable with registration of an account with