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Find Amazing OHV Routes with the Magellan eXplorist TRX7 Off-Road GPS Navigator for Power Sports Vehicles

GPS may just be the single greatest invention in the modern era. It trumps the internet, smartphone and VR p*rn by a mile. But normal GPS is limited to paved roads and highways. What do you do if you’re an off-road junkie in need of some new paths in his built truck to claim? The Magellan eXplorist TRX7 Off-Road GPS Navigator for Power Sports Vehicles is the ultimate GPS for finding the best OHV routes available. Sure there’s a particular thrill to finding your own paths but let’s be honest here. It’s a dangerous game, buddy. You’re flying along having the time of your life and next thing you know you’re pulling a Wile E. Coyote off a cliff.

Magellan Explorist Trx7 Offroad Gps Navigator 301

Let’s avoid any Looney Tunes scenarios by investing in this bad boy. The Magellan eXplorist has over 44,000 OHV routes through woods, forests and other public lands. Check the route ahead of time with detailed 3D terrain imaging and topographic maps so you know where the hell you’re going.

Off-road enthusiasts are constantly adding to the online database of trails so you know you’re getting the goods from people who live the life. It beats some jabroni in an office somewhere plugging in trails he found on a Google search.

Magellan Explorist Trx7 Offroad Gps Navigator 302

We’re all friends here, right? I don’t even know why I’d have to ask. As friends I feel we can be upfront with each other. The only reason you’re really off-roading is so you can brag and flex on social media, right? It’s ok. We all do it. Well, you’re in luck because the TRX7 has a built in social media function that allows you to share your trails and trips to any linked in account.

The rugged casing (Ruggedized IP7 casing as we call it in the industry) will keep you protected against all kinds of weather or terrain. So feel free to chase an F5 tornado if that kind of thing tickles your fancy.

Now you won’t be able to use this navigator in Mexico or New Zealand but as long as you’re in the U.S. or Canada you’re golden.

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