Great Sat Nav system but known faults with the traffic recei ...
9 October 2007
Summary: I’ve been borrowing my friends Tom Tom recently for long trips and found it so good that I decided to purchase my own Sat Nav. I began doing much online research to see which would be the best unit for me. I found systems ranging from £89 up to £499 and beyond, so tried to decide which features I wanted. I don’t tend to speed (Much!
Pros: Tiny well designed Sat Nav unit, easy to use.
Excerpt: "Purchasing the Garmin Nuvi..... I bought this unit for my girlfriend as a present sometime back in the hope that it would help her find the exit out of that proverbial paper bag. At the time of purchase, I had narrowed my choice down to two satellite navigation systems that both fell well within my price range; the Tomtom One and the Garmin Nuvi 300, both of which contained GB maps only. Based on my previous experience in using handheld GPS units ...
Pros: Sleak, compact and aesthetically pleasing
Cons: Innacurate on some roads, commands sometimes confusing