Summary: The receiver works well in the car. When walking with it does take a while to find satellites and often fails to. On the whole however better than my internal navigation so not really complaining. Also the screen is not capacitive and it takes some pressure to press. Keyboard layout is slightly anus, takes getting used to as it's in abcde sequential format instead of the computer style we are all used to. If I was to buy it again I would try and get the GPS+GLONASS one.
Does the job, but isn't that great abroad as Garmin maps may use different (wrong) spelling of addresses
Jose v R, Amazon
6 March 2014
Summary: I bought a Garmin navigating system based on a recommendation from my father in law. Initially I was inclined more towards TomTom, but ended up buying this device. Overall the product does what it needs to do. Unfortunately I haven't had another GPS navigating system so I can make any comparisons. One thing I dislike a lot is that Garmin maps tend to have street names spelled differently to the real street names.
Summary: love this little gadget it switches from bright white background to grey in the evening so theres no bright glare on the dash at night. It warns you of speed cameras - mobile and fixed. it pings at you if you are just 1mph over the speed limit which is handy at times but can make you feel like a naughty school child getting reprimanded after a while haha
Summary: bought this over a year ago back connection broken and garmin none to helpful as offer not to repair but to replace (as it was outside warranty by 2 weeks!),if i sent them back the old unit and £75 for a reconditioned one.Looking at buying a new one and probably not Garmin