Stay on track during your next adventure with Bushnell’s hot new multi-function digital locator device – the BackTrack DTour Personal GPS. This sleek lightweight gadget is small enough to fit in your pocket or purse and is packed with features that will help you find your way back home in a jiffy!

Never get lost again!

The BackTrack D-Tour lets you mark and store up to five locations alerting you to the distance and direction to each — a true lifesaver especially if you should take a wrong turn on a hiking trail or if you can’t find the car in a crowded parking lot. The unit also comes with a self-calibrating digital compass and displays the current time, temperature and your exact location via detailed latitude, longitude and altitude coordinates. The BackTrack D-Tour captures all the key stats from your outing. A free software application allows you to easily upload the data to your computer and share route recommendations with friends and family.

With the holiday season just a few months away, the BackTrack D-Tour makes the perfect gift for outdoor and sports enthusiasts. And, more importantly, the perfect diva device for shopping safaris to the mega malls. By Thanksgiving, it can be a real jungle out there. Travel with peace of mind and style (available in fashionista regal red) knowing you and your goods will make it back safely long before the first credit card statement arrives.

Features & Specs:

  • Store and locate up to five locations
  • Easy to Use; 2 button functionality
  • Includes latitude and longitude coordinates
  • Includes time/temperature/altitude
  • Utilizes the latest digital technology
  • Weather resistant construction
  • Lightweight
  • Compact size
  • Carabineer clip included for easy attachment
  • Large backlit LCD screen
  • Battery Operated ( 2 AAA batteries)
  • 1 year warranty

Suggested Retail: USD $119

To learn more about the BackTrack D-Tour including technical specs, informational videos and where to buy information, visit Bushnell online or check out the product website: