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. Has never sent me down the wrong road, or ridiculous short-cut, it is a delight to use.
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: This is very good for £129 but remember youll have to pay £75 for lifetime map updates once and £45/year for the live link which lets you receive information like traffic,speed cameras google search etc on the move. You get one free map update when you first get it.Traffic and speed cameras are free for life and other services like fuel price search which shows fuel prices where you are , on your route or destination costs £0.95 per month This is the best option out of...
Summary: Great piece of equipment. Does everything it claims to do. My only slight criticism is that the device seems to be a bit neurotic about speed cameras, and on a trip down the M25 it beeps incessantly. Otherwise no complaints at all.
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. The google search is great for finding those out of way places and I love the fuel price feature. I was not expecting the voice command to understand by country accent, but it worked first time.
I've waited a month for this and it was worth the wait.
W. J. Foster "batterybill", Amazon
24 June 2011
Summary: Received this unit today after pre-ordering back in May, I decided it looked a better bet than the new top end TomTom which has had some poor reviews. It's a neat little unit after my Tom Tom 910 which has served me well and still working, but I wanted somthing I could slip into an inside pocket when I get to my destination.
Summary: Just got my nulink 2390 and I'm really impressed! Took me all of 1 minute to have it out of the box and ready to navigate - some local language set up and users agreements to tick. Setting up a Garmin account and registering the device is essential if you want to purchase some of the extra content, like you do for an iPod. I was really keen to see what the Traffic Cameras were like, as I read a review in Stuff magazine that raved about them.