The GPS just stopped working! and I can't get refund
Nahp Man, Amazon
23 November 2012
Summary: Garmin nüvi 3750 4.3-Inch Portable GPS Navigator This is my second purchase of this GPS unit. The first unit, i accidentally sat on because it was in my rear pocket. I BOUGHT IT FROM CRUTCHFIELD.COM I also had a the 3yrd warrant on the unit. So i was able to return it and get a refund.
Summary: This is the 8th Garmin I own, currently have 4 in family use. They are great products and some of the early ones have features much better thought-of then the newer ones. I am jumping from a Nuvi 360 to this 3750. Purchased from Amazon and put it in use only yesterday.
Summary: This is the first GPS unit that I have owned. I have used a very old Garmin in the past briefly, so that is the only comparison that I have. I initially wanted the 3760 for the lifetime traffic, but I've read how unreliable that it is and that you have to deal with advertisements on the screen -...
Summary: Started out with pretty high hopes for this GPS. At first it was great, but the device soon started having problems. It has trouble picking up a signal sometimes, so you have to sit there and wait and wait while it acquires satellites.
Summary: This sleek, good looking thin design has much work needed to be used for it's intended purpose. Garmin's new design is slow, demonstrates poor signal reception, a fast discharging battery compared to other units and often freezes mid navigation.
Summary: It may be adequate in the U.S. but it was useless to me for walking in Edinburgh. It has no compass display so I couldn't even tell directions. The battery discharged too quickly for extended use in walking. It is not practical for use in weather cold enough to require gloves.
Summary: I have had Garmins since 1998 with no problems: this one is the exception: couldn't select screen options by a "touch" but had to press; then it wouldn't power off and then horizontal lines through the screen. Sent it back.
Summary: I bought my Garmin 3750 a month ago through Amazon...and loved it's compact sleek design. The directions it gives seem to make you take either the long routes or the inconvenient routes where you have to cross busy intersections that have no stop lights... but that isn't really my big complaint.
Summary: I've owned so many Garmin products over the years, it's hard to keep count. Currently, I have a unit for running, biking and two for cars. Probably owned 7 units before that, so I know Garmin.