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. The specs are decent, and in the low 100/sub 100 price range, it is quite a nice platform. The normal Garmin NUVI GUI is in tow, for better or for worse, though the screen quality has improved much over my NUVI 500.
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 like this gps navigator, it's very easy to use and most important: very reliable. It receives traffic updates that have saved us a lot of time when there are accidents or traffic jams. The only problem that we have found so far is that the charger cable receives advertisement from different places and of course the device advises you to drive there.
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. After a few days, the clouding went away (but not before I contacted Garmin customer support, and quite quickly received a helpful response). I have yet to use the traffic feature.
Summary: Recalulates routes quickly when you miss a turn. Provides useful information as you drive. So far no wrong turns and while I tested driving country roads it kept making suggestions that would have gotten me immediately back on course.