Summary: Very good product for my garmin sat nav and it holds the lead as well so I am not searching in my bag for it when I am on the road . Keeps everything solid and safe even if you dropped it I am sire it would be no problem
Summary: I had a great leather case for my previous Garmin but it didn't hold any of the accessories, so on purchasing my Garmin 54LM I needed a new case. I looked at quite a few cases and decided on this one as the price was great compared to similar items. I was not disappointed when I received it. My Garmin ( 5") sits very nicely in the tray, which by the way is removable for bigger sat navs.
Summary: Garmin 2545 arrived yesterday, very prompt. Other customers have mentioned FREE map updates, but my lifetime updates cost me £75! Have not yet used it in the car, still trying to set it up. There is no mains charger. Why not? Even my old Navman had one. The connecting lead to my PC is ridiculously short, and the sat nav kept falling on to the floor. Used the one from my old Navman, (progress)?
Summary: I bought this to replace my ancient Tom Tom One. It took a little getting used to but once I'd scaled the learning curve all was well. It certainly does everything that is claimed for it with ease. So far I've not encountered anything that makes me yearn for the 'old faithful' Tom Tom the Nuvi is far superior The instruction booklet advises to download myDashboard which, as far as I can discover, does not exist but instead something called Garmin Express replaces it...
Summary: The instructions for getting going were hopeless. The device 'keyboard' was set up as UK English yet the voice language was set as Spanish and there wasn't an English option to change it to. I had to figure out how to download English on to it. (I also bought the Wallace and Gromit voice, which is wonderful!) The instruction manual doesn't seem to bear much resemblance to the actual satnav.
Summary: I once owned a Tom Tom a long time ago, but returned to buying Garmins as they are more accurate and clearer. A friend and I recently tested this when we had a bet who would reach a venue first. The Garmin was the winner by far. Itbhas clear maps, great junction info and this model has traffic info - a must for frequent motorway travellers.