GPS Units (291 products)

Browse the wide range of GPS units from Johnny Appleseed GPS. Whatever your navigation needs, we have the right GPS for you. You can learn more about our collection below. If you need any personal recommendations or some additional insight for your adventures from our experts, don’t hesitate to contact our team.

Explore Our GPS Units

Our website offers an array of GPS units, from general-use case units to those designed for more specific activities. These GPS Units include biking, boating, fishing, golfing, hiking, camping, and more. 

 

For example, if you want a GPS that provides better details for hiking, then a handheld GPS that includes comprehensive topographical data, sun and moon information, custom waypoints and trail recordings will be important to account for.

 

Whatever your intended reasons for making use of a GPS unit, we have an option to suit your needs.

Benefits of Using Our GPS Units

At Johnny Appleseed GPS, we focus on stocking our stores with the very best GPS units money can buy, from entry-level location and fitness trackers to high-end and heavy-duty GPS units that will serve you for the foreseeable future.

 

We pride ourselves on offering the very best GPS products, and we ensure you get your money’s worth. With our team of knowledgeable experts, you can rest assured that we’ll help you land on the right GPS unit to address your specific needs.

Shop the Best GPS Units in Australia

Explore the extensive range of GPS units on offer from Johnny Appleseed GPS. You can visit us in-store to find the best GPS for your needs or order online with free delivery from anywhere in Australia.

 

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Don’t forget to get in touch if you have any questions, and view our FAQ below for answers to some of the most common GPS-related questions.

FAQs About GPS Units

GPS is a Global Positioning System that utilises satellites orbiting Earth. Satellites transmit signals that a GPS unit receives and uses to calculate its location, speed, and time. 

 

The final location result is determined by triangulating the difference in the time it takes for the signals from each satellite to reach the GPS unit. For the most accurate measurement, signals from at least four satellites are required to compute longitude, latitude, altitude, and time.

What features you look for all depend on your intended use. As noted earlier, GPS units come in various forms, from vehicle GPS to GPS for golfing and boating.

 

Perhaps you want a GPS unit or product that focuses on recording your overall activity, particularly in a health-focused light. Common GPS units for this can include GPS-friendly smart watches or devoted fitness trackers that provide comprehensive data through GPS integration.

 

Alternatively, if you’re looking for a GPS for your boat, you may want to opt for a marine GPS. Along with tracking your location, it can provide real-time weather and wind speed updates. Sonar functionality can offer visuals of what’s in the water below and around you. There’s also the ability to add waypoints for points of interest such as fishing hotspots.

Yes, there are many types of GPS units out there. Some specific types include aviationgolftruckmotorcyclefitness trackers, and more.

The compatibility of any GPS unit with a smartphone or smartwatch will depend on the manufacturer and what capabilities they’ve chosen to include.

 

For example, many of Garmin’s GPS-enabled fitness watches and fitness trackers can be linked to your smartphone device so you can view more extensive data on a larger screen. An app such as Garmin Drive allows you to expand your GPS unit’s functionality by integrating information from your smartphone - weather, traffic updates, etc. 

 

GPS unit compatibility should be assessed on a case-by-case basis. If it’s of critical importance that your GPS unit shares compatibility with your smart devices, then make sure to confirm these features and functionality are part of the GPS unit you’re considering.