Summary: Having owned several Garmins previously, I wanted to purchase a really nice unit for my girlfriend. I did a bunch of research and settled on this one because of the multi-touch capacitive screen. When it works, its a nice unit....when it works.
Summary: I bought this 3760T to replace my aging 765T which was a pretty decent GPS. I have owned several Garmin units before. One thing I hated about this Garmin in particular is the fact that it is too thin. When you hold it in your hands, it just does not feel comfortable.
Summary: After having the 3760T for over a week, I am really disappointed. First, I think the price is way out of line compared to the features listed on other GPS units at a lower cost. Also, the print showing street names is so small it it hard to see, let alone read.
Summary: Purchased in June 2010. In November 2010, the Garmin Road Trip software for the Mac still will not interface with the 3760T to transfer routes. Garmin representative could give no date for possible revision to software. Road Trip Mac software hasn't received an update since 2008.
Summary: Ok, I've had this satnav for about 2 years now... I can't say I've grown to love it. It can take ages to locate my position (up to 10 minutes, which is particularly bad when you have 3 small kids in the car and you're running late, again). It takes some seriously bizarre routes.
Summary: We have had this Garmin since Christmas moving from a Tom Tom and we are very disappointed with it overall. If only doing motorway to city centre is your thing then great but try going through Wales and you will find this device sending you on all sorts of B roads when there is an obvious quicker...
Summary: At the outset I have to admit that we returned our Garmin Nuvi 3760T for a refund after three and a half weeks. This was due to two major flaws. The first was that it crashes if it is necessary to recalculate the route several times in succession for example because of roadworks diversions.
Summary: At first this satnav was ok, occasional freeze up. The last 2 months it's taken ages to find satalites, freezing up and turning it's self off completely, a real problem when in the centre of a unfamiliar city.
Summary: You'd think this stylish and feature-rich satnav would walk all over my old Navman N60i (recently deceased). In terms of toys, it's Garmin all the way. But in reality, toys count for very little compared to day-to-day usability of the unit which I find wanting in several key areas.