Expresso AG50s – Navigation and Golf GPS Combo

The Expresso AG50s navigation and golf GPS combo is no longer being made and the very few reviews we saw didn’t give us any reason to recommend this device. Let us know if you have had any good or bad experiences with it.

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Both multi-function models (the Expresso AG50 and the AG1) can act as road navigation GPS devices, golf GPS devices and even portable media players. From a golf perspective, one of the biggest complaints about the AG1 was its speed. The new Expresso AG50 has a swiss-made 50-channel receiver that should take care of those delays. Additionally, the AG50 has a larger and brighter LCD touch screen and besides being preloaded with U.S. and Canadian golf courses, this version includes Australia, New Zealand, the UK and Ireland. The best part about this unit may be the price. It’s less than $200 even before it goes on sale.

Golf GPS Features

  • Preloaded with front, middle and back of green distances, as well as hazards
  • Database inlcudes over 25,000 courses in U.S., Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand
  • No fees
  • Automatic Course Recognition
  • Auto hole advance
  • Ability to measure shot distance
  • Scorecard
  • USGA and R&A compliant

Automotive Navigation Features

  • Turn by turn clear voice prompts with street names
  • More Points of Interest than previous model (POI) – 6.5 million
  • Dash Mount
  • Intuitive and easy to use
  • Stunning 2D & 3D graphics
  • Favorites and Recent Destinations
  • Multiple destinations
  • English, French and Spanish

Media Player Features

  • Watch movies, shows or home videos on full color MobileHD screen
  • Listen to music with built-in dual stereo hi-fidelity speakers or headphones
  • Store and view photos
  • SD card required to use features

Comments

  1. is there any way to see which courses are covered with the Expesso ag50

    • Golf Rangefinder Shop says:

      Hi Dave. ESN is no longer making the AG50 and their website doesn’t give much indication that they are supporting it. However the course database is powered by iGolf (http://www.igolf.com/course/advanced_search.html), so that should give you an indication of what courses are available. You can also call ESN at (866) 691-1350. I just don’t think they had much success with this model and I wouldn’t necessarily recommend it.

  2. Canadian courses covered

    • Golf Rangefinder Shop says:

      iGolf includes Canadian courses in the database, but I’m not sure if they are preloaded and/or whether the support is there now to updated the device.

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