+steagles Posted November 24, 2007 Share Posted November 24, 2007 Yes. That's the way it is with all the gps makers. You buy the unit, then everything else like car the chargers, cases, maps, etc are an accessory. Unless you get some kind of "Ultimate Adventure Package" or some such thing. With the Tritons, the big thing is that they can use National Geographic Topo maps (purchased separately) which are really good maps. There's another thread about which NG Topo maps will be compatible at first. So, what you're saying is that if I want to be a high-end GPS, I'll have to fork out a few hundred for the unit and another hundred or two for the map software. Bummer! I live in Northern Kentucky, near Cincinnati, OH, and Indiana. From the looks of things, just to cache in my area, I'd need 3 different National Graphic maps. That totals up to over $200 worth of mapping software. Maybe I will go with a Garmin. Quote Link to comment
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