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Portable spectrum analyzer sports GPS

6/6/2013 01:38 AM EDT
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GPS for sport
dazzlema   6/20/2014 1:58:35 PM
The last time I went fishing with my friends we got lost and having such a GPS with us would save us a lot of time, luckily we had AlarioBros supplies with us and could enjoy our staying at Lake of the Woods (Oregon). It`s the first time I hear about a GPS that can record measurement results with location and time information, this new feature will definitely make a sensation.

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