Holux M-1000C Bluetooth GPS Logger

It’s only got one button but it does the job. The Holux M-1000C Bluetooth GPS Logger allows you to trek around town or in the mountains and then show your adventures on Google Maps or Earth. The Holux M-1000C only has a power button so all the configuration is done via the included Holux ezTour software. You can configure the device for Car, Bike, Hike or running mode.

Overview & Features

  • Built in MTK MT3329 Low power consumption GPS chipset.
  • 66 parallel satellite-tracking channels for fast acquisition and reacquisition.
  • Built-in WAAS/ EGNPS Demodulator without additional any hardware.
  • Compatible with Bluetooth Serial Port Profile (SPP) completely.
  • Small, sleek, and lightweight design easily fits in your hand.
  • Built-in rechargeable and changeable Lithium-ion battery lasts for 20 hours
  • Comes with Cigarette adapter and USB cable for charging/syncing.
  • Auto Power Saving Mode
  • Physical Size : 62.5 × 41 × 17.1 mm Weight: < 53 g
  • LED Functions
    • Orange: GPS status
    • Blue: Indicate Bluetooth status
    • Green/Red: Battery Status and Battery charging status.

The software is the same as another Holux device the GPSport 245 I reviewed back in January

To summarize, you can bring up your treks in the built-in Google Maps window. And with the Google Earth Plug-In you can view your voyage & pictures on Google Earth as well.


There are different screens that allow you to browse your pictures, movies or show you a summary of your Speed & Altitude for each journey.


As a lot of the current GPS Logger’s software allows you to do, the Holux M-1000C ezTour software lets you upload your pictures to your Flickr or Locr account.

The Holux M-1000C Software is easy to use, and with one button the device is pretty self explanatory. If you are using it for tracking photography trips, you can put a tie on one corner and attach to your camera or bag. There are definitely more complex devices out there that have the same features but for $40-$50 the M-1000C is a good option that as the size information above shows isn’t bulky.

-by Gautam Khattak

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  8. Ernani Says:

    I am having problems using the ezTour software, it does not recognize the data into it, I am able to retrieve it from GPSBabel and generate a .kml file, but unable to open it in ezTour to track my photos…

    I could not find help about this anywhere…

    Please let me know if you know how to set it up properly.

    I’ve tested using USB and Bluetooth with no success.



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