Bushnell ONIX 400 GPS with XM NEXRAD Weather Review

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The worlds first handheld Bushnell ONIX 400 GPS with XM NEXRAD comes now in the market with interesting features like satellite photography, XM Radio, combine navigational aids and XM weather on a single screen. This is an excellent outdoor product and the Onix 400 is no exception. Now you can get information about the weather from Bushnell ONIX 400 very easily. It is very easy to use and gives you all best features in one simple single screen.

Bushnell ONIX 400 GPS with XM NEXRAD Weather Review

Bushnell ONIX 400 GPS with XM NEXRAD has extra-large 3.5″full color LCD screen with built in Base Maps, SiRF Technology 20 Channel Receiver, 5-Way buttons to use by navigate on screen and menu option button. It has six selectable users side view such as, Inland Boating, Geo caching, Hunting, Custom, self calibrating 3-axis digital compass, Hiking/Camping, Helical satellite antennas and 28mb microSD card.

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You can download NEXRAD weather data where you stand via XM NavWeather system. The Onix 400 has 20 channels with XM satellite radio, XM sports and entertainment and music. Bushnell ONIX 400 is built to XPX7 waterproof standards and rubber armor.

Warranty: 1 Year Bushnell

Best Prices:

  • Bushnell ONIX 400 GPS with XM NEXRAD Weather: $99.99 + $5 shipping (Woot.com)
  • Bushnell ONIX 400 GPS with XM NEXRAD Weather: $399.99 (Amazon.com)

Features of Bushnell ONIX 400 GPS with XM NEXRAD Weather:

  • Extra-large: 3.5” full color LCD
  • Menu button to view main menu with six pages
  • WAAS Enabled
  • Built-In : SiRF Technology 20 Channel Receiver
  • 5-Way button pad used to navigate on screen, select from menu options, and create waypoints
  • Displays NEXRAD weather data downlinked via XM NavWeather (requires XM subscription)
  • TruView Navigation – layer a satellite photo, topo map, compass, navigational aids and XM services on a single screen
  • Built-In: Base Maps (North America)
  • Save/Load Waypoints, Trails and Routes
  • Stores up to 1000 Waypoints & 20 Routes
  • “Hot” Button Controls include Navigation, Safetrack Battery Conservation, XM Six Selectable User Profiles: Hiking/Camping, Hunting, Inland Boating, Ocean Boating, Geo caching, and Custom
  • Weather-Location Selection, and XM Radio Preferences
  • Self calibrating 3-axis digital compass
  • 128mb microSD card included (accepts microSD cards up to at least 512mb )
  • Waterproof (IPX7 rated)
  • Helical satellite antennas
  • - / + buttons for Map Zoom and XM radio volume
  • Current page indicator
  • Downloads and displays georeferenced satellite photography
  • Battery level indicator
  • LED status light
  • Rugged rubber armor
  • SafeTrack battery conservation mode
  • Lanyard attachment
  • Four free TOPO or Aerial map downloads after product registration at
  • XM Satellite radio entertainment including XM sports (requires XM subscription)

Specifications of Bushnell ONIX 400 GPS with XM NEXRAD Receiver:

  • Model Number: 364000
  • Display Size: 320 x 200
  • Battery Life: Up to 30 hours
  • Weight: 12oz
  • Battery Type: Li-Ion 2 AAA
  • Dimentions: 178(H) x 79(W) x 14(D) 75(H) x 90(W) x 19(D)

Bushnell ONIX 400 GPS with XM NEXRAD Photos:

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  • Kaden Hayes

    i think satellite radio did not gain so much popularity these days.~*;

  • Electric Oven 

    satellite radio is cool coz you can have a signal anywhere-,: