Summary: I only used it briefly as it was a gift for my parents, but they no longer wish to throw their car GPS out the window, so it appears to have been a much needed & worthy successor to the outgoing Mio GPS they were using.
Summary: Typical Garmin Nuvi unit, solid routing with good features. Initial routing is quick and accurate, as are re-routes. The sound is plenty loud enough and the Bluetooth synched up perfectly with my Droid. Display is easily seen, even in bright sunlight.
Summary: I like the product because has a good cost/benefice relation. Other gps I've seen have simpler menus and get you to important features easily. Overall, I'd recommend the Garmin nuvi 1390T GPS if you're on a budget.
Summary: I bought this based on favorable tech reviews. It is my first GPS, and I found it straight-forward to start using. At first, the LCD screen had clouding internally. I suspect this was caused by interaction with the protective plastic screen removed prior to first use.
Summary: Overall I am very happy with the unit and its navigation EXCEPT with the bluetooth connectivity. Navigation: I used to use a magellan and it 'recalculated' slowly. The Garmin is much faster but the drawback is that it creates a lot of 'chatter' until you get back on path.
Summary: The Nuvi 1390T is a very capable and easy to use GPS device. I bought it to replace my older Garmin Street Pilot 2610. The Nuvi is much thinner, lighter and very simple to mount using the included suction cup device.
Summary: This was an upgrade for me from the Nuvi 260. The lifetime map updates was one deciding factor in buying this unit. I was faced with; either buy a map upgrade or buy a new GPS unit & this is what I settled upon.
Summary: I bought this unit a little over a month ago to replace an aging Magellan Roadmate. The design is very sleek compared to my old one, although the newer Magellans are sleek as well. The best feature of this unit is the ease of use.