Conclusion: The Garmin nuLink! 2390 is certainly a navigation system I would recommend to anyone looking for a top of the range connected system. At a retail price of £229.99 it is well priced for a connected device.
Summary: I read many one star reviews whilst are quite old. My 2390 works fine from the day I bought it but mainly I have to say by reading reviews of TomTom users both companies when launch new products are not 100% reliable, however when new updates released both solved the problems.
Summary: We bought this satnav to replace an 18 month old version from the same brand. We have been impressed with the new technology and benefits. The traffic function seems to work pretty well (this technology is still definitely work in progress but so much better than older versions).
Summary: I had an old NavMan for ages, and refused to spend more money, just because the Navman did ok ? Anyway, the wife broke the Navman, so I was forced to buy another. The Garmin is now with me on any journey, I am not completely familiar with.
Summary: After I had done a few weeks of research between TomTom Go Live 1000 and Garmin NuLink 2320 for UK & ROI, I had decided to go with Garmin. This product will be worth of money if it function as it is meant to but unfortunately it doesn't function.
Summary: After being a long time TomTom fan,I have switched to Garmin and on the whole I am glad I have.This sat nav has up to now worked without problems,apart from its reluctance to occasionally ignore my requests for voice recognition to kick in.I have found it to give sensible routing and clear...
Summary: Bought this for my son when he started as a London mini cab driver, it takes him to within 2 metres of the customers front door throughout London, making his job so much easier & allowing him peace of mind to drive anywhere without getting lost.
Summary: Just undated my Garmin 265 with the Nulink 2390 and I'm very impressed. Took me a couple of hours to set everything up and upgrade the software and maps etc but it's well worth setting everything up correctly before you start using.
Summary: After years of TomTom, this was a good decision. Very easy to use, provided you avoid any fords it directs you through. Split 3D screen at motorway junctions is good. My only criticism is the time it takes to update maps (hours +) and the fact that the 'time to go' bears no relation to reality.
Summary: This replaced my Garmin Nuvi that had worked great for many years, but past it's sell by date. Looked great on the reviews for the price and it is, but only when it's working, which it often isn't!