The Best Gift For People Without Sense Of Direction

Posted: Nov 29 2008, 2:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:00pm CDT , in Holiday Gift Guide


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The best Gift for People without Sense of Direction

The little GPS Homing gadget is a fantastic gift for people who just have no sense of direction. If you know someone who never remembers where he or she parked the car or what turn to make getting back from a hiking trail than this little gadget is just perfect.
A quick push of a button marks the current location and the device points the way back. The compact GPS receiver fits easily on a keychain, in a pocket, or in a purse.Unlike typical GPS units that are highly complex, this one only has two buttons: one for power, another for setting your starting point and two other destinations.
It uses an advanced GPS receiver chipset that provides a high degree of accuracy within five yards in urban canyons or heavily forested environments thanks to its superior Time To First Fix for locating and locking onto satellite signals.

The GPS device counts down the distance (in yards, miles, meters, or kilometers) as you approach your starting point and its self-calibrating digital compass displays your heading in degrees and indicates direction with an easy-to-read arrow.
The GPS Homing Device sells for 79.95 on Hammacher.

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