Lowrance’s new Endura handheld GPS unit introduced today is destined to those who travel a lot and need this type of high-end tool designed to guide them to the destination. It is a new series including three models,each with its own characteristics.
Sierra is the complete model, Safari has basic functionalities that anyone could benefit from, while the Outback is for value-oriented users.
The three handheld GPS unit models come with pre-loaded maps, microSD storage expansion for up to 32GB, image viewer and MP3 player.
Among mapping applications it has the Intermap Accuterra, Points of Interest, the NAVTEQ covering 48 states and turn-by-turn directions, optional Fishing Hot Spots, as well as support for GPX trails. Users can access these via the 2.7-inch color touchscreen display.
The series is called Endura because it is fully waterproof, compact and with rubberized exterior, while measuring 5.1 x 2.3 x 1.1 inches at 5.8 ounces. The models power from two AA batteries.
You can get the Lowrance Endura Sierra handheld GPS unit for $549.99, the Safari for $384.99 and the Outback for $229.99.
“The Lowrance Endura Series of handheld GPS devices is the product line that outdoor enthusiasts have been waiting for,” said Jens-Thomas Pietralla, president and CEO of Navico. “With detailed on-board mapping, tremendous expansion capabilities and access to community content, the easy to use Endura line is equally suited for hiking, mountain biking, hunting, fishing, backpacking and geocaching, as well as cycling, snowmobiling, off-roading, paddlesports and skiing.”