Summary: This is a nice little satnav for the price, especially the bluetooth which is easy to set up and good in use. The Sat Nav itself is better than my old bulky thing, but, not as good as my wifes TomTom. It is not easy to set up the setting to personalise it and not as intuative.
Summary: Bought this as a present for my sister who owns a Yaris. Seems to fit very snugly on the the inside of the car, gives clear directions, easy to update for Europe if needed and the battery life seems to be pretty good too. She would recommend it for others!
Summary: For the money I have found this sat nav good value. The navigation system is good and easy to operate. The function that advises of the speed limit is useful as is the location of speed cameras. The audible alarm when you are near a speed camera serves as a reminder to watch your speed.
Summary: First off, let's get the moan off my chest. Garmin do not see the necessity to include a USB cable in this package, to connect the unit to a PC. Shame on you Garmin. These things are available on the web for as little as 79p, and presumably they're making a profit(?).
Summary: This is quite a good gadget, fairly simple to use and very useful. The inbuilt Bluetooth is an added bonus. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to buy a good satnav at a good price.
Summary: Sometimes products are good just because they do what they say without a fanfare. Nicely packaged, works easily. Not always convinced by the routes but it recalculates easy enough. Can't fault it really.
Summary: If you want a basic, non complicated satellite navagation system then this is the one for you. It's simple to use and has a quick start manual. Used it in central london and it took us to our destination.
Summary: Great little SatNav ideally suited to those with a handbag as not bulky! Have used alot over last few weeks and has found all places. Like the fact that screen goes to a black background for night driving. Has a detour option.