Summary: Garmin often takes you on extra long routes. This is done to pass by businesses that buy locations in their database. Also, the lifetime update is a joke. It takes too long and I had to limit my geographic area for it to load. It is a good product and I have used Garmin for years.
Summary: Very good! Easier to view than previous models we've had. Very helpful on the road but these devices always seem to catch the glare of the sun and become hard to see. The updates aren't all that great; it must be hard to keep up with all the highway and by-pass changes.
Summary: This is my 3rd Garmin and my best so far. I owned the 200W nuvi, my 1st purchase which I liked a lot. When it died, my needs were still basic, so I purchased its successor, the 255W. I hated it from day one. It took forever to "acquire satellites" and sometimes couldn't even find its location!
Summary: I used to use Magellan GPS devices. Now, I am a total convert. As soon as I turned it on, I noticed that it figures out the route much quicker than my old one did. I like the display and it has alot of POI's programmed in. :)
Summary: Ordered for navigating around California and across the country. The navigation itself works without issue. Making detours are easy and quickly get you back on your route, although the traffic is not accurate . Now for the bad. The touchscreen is horrendous.
Summary: Garmin GPS 2350 LT is really quite the product. My only problem is reading the manual and applying it to the product. Used it on a recent trip to San Diego. Boyohboy! Did it ever save us a gazillion times! We would have been truly lost without it! PUN intended!
Summary: I have had a Tom Tom for five years. We are travelling to Italy and my Tom Tom was too old to handle international maps. So, I researched the GPS devices for three months and read all of the comments posted to this site and other sites about different brands.