How about a really simple GPS for cycling or outdoor adventures that simply shows current speed distance, and the most simple GPS functions like an arrow showing which way is home? As a bonus it is waterproof and it floats! That is what NaviGPS strives for.
The NaviGPS has features more similar to a cycle-computer like average speed, top speed, trip distance, odometer and trip time. You can also set alarms if you go over a certain speed or if you are getting near a specified waypoint. Bearing, heading, arrival time as well as time and distance to the next waypoint are also caculated.
Battery life for the NaviGPS is said to be up to 32 hours when the backlight is off and in power saving mode, 10-16 hours otherwise. The NaviGPS comes with a manual, AC charger, car charger, USB cable, and a bicycle clip for mounting on your handlebars.
The NaviGPS is capable of storing 1,000 waypoints, 20 routes, and one tracklog with 8,192 waypoints. The NaviGPS has a 1.5 inch display and weighs 3.4 ounces. The GPS receiver in the NaviGPS is a 12 channel receiver and is DGPS and WAAS capable.
Currently the device appears to only be available in the UK.