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Garmin have designed an activity tracker for children called the Vivofit Jr 2. It's quite expensive, but is it worth the money?
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£51.05
Value for Money
1
Family Friendly
5
Quality
5
Practicality
5
PROS:
  • Two wrist strap options.
  • Waterproof.
CONS:
  • Very expensive.
  • Additional bands to unlock games are very expensive.
  • Difficult for kids to use.
  • Game not interesting enough for kids.
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We tested the Garmin Camper SatNav while driving over 2500 miles across Europe while towing a caravan. Did it help or did it hinder? Read on to find out.
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A great driving assistant when you are towing a caravan. But like all SatNavs, you can't believe it all the time.
Value for Money
8
Quality
8
Features
10
PROS:
  • It works - most of the time ;-)
CONS:
  • Like any SatNav, it's only an aid. It won't get it perfectly right everytime.
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Garmin's handled held GPS series, from the eTrex 10 starter to the eTrex 20 and 30 with mapping capabilities are great for Geocaching. We gave the eTrex 10 a try.
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PROS:
  • Rugged. These are more likely to survive if your kids drop it than your phone.
CONS:
  • The basic model is very basic. The more expensive version with colour maps is more useful.
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