Summary: I bought this as my old one rolled over and quit. Once you have a GPS you will never go anywhere on a road trip with out one. The only draw back with this one is the volume is not as loud as my other one and is somewhat hard to hear. Outside of that issue I like it very much. It was a great buy from ebay.
Summary: So far I far this unit has done what it should do, gotten me to where I want it to guide me to with out any problems. My only complaint has to do with most electronics I've purchased in recent years: no detail instructions with the unit. You have to find them on line. The tools have been good, but I have not always found what I have a question about. Such as to how can I tell if the unit is charging when connect to the charger.
I purchased this gps, because it was designed for the application
Bill Sanders, Amazon
13 April 2013
Summary: I purchased a new Nissan Xterra this year. It had an optional GPS mounting system that required a 750 or 760 Garmin GPS. I purchased the 750 because I wanted the GPS to work as designed for the Xterra. It does and I am happy. I probably would have purchased a later model GPS, if it would have hooked up properly.
Summary: I bought this for my wife, who had very poor vision. The wide screen was just what she needed, and it worked like a charm for her. I have been using it myself occasionally, and mostly it has been ideal. I suggest anyone who buys a Garmin GPS get the lifetime subscription for the maps. I also strongly recommend that anyone who buys a GPS connect it up to their computer right away to get any updates it may need.
Summary: The item is not the most user friendly unit in the group of widely owned GPS service units. I have been with Delorme for 10+ years but have decided to change due to lack of support with Delorme. While Delorme is a FULL SERVICE mapping and GPS unit, the NUVI 750 is not as easy to plan involved intricate trips. Of course to be fair, with 10 yrs experience with Garmin, I would expect to find it easier.
Summary: We went to the Sate of Hawaii for group trip on October this year. We had to necessary car navigator. We studied to check the various maker's nuvigator. We final selected the Garmin nuvi 750 Car GPS Receiver. This nuvi has new soft and easy operaton. We have been evaluating good machin as Garmin nuvi 750 Car GPS Receiver.
Summary: Purchased for business, this replaced a two year old Garmin 250W. I hoped for and expected a unit with more options and greater routing options and destination accuracy. The 750 is batting .500. Its additional features are welcome, with some exceptions. Why, for example would someone want to put their pictures on a GPS unit? And an FM tuner? Thought that's why I had a radio in my car.
Summary: This is the second GPS receiver I have owned. This is very user friendly. What I love about it is that it gives you plenty of warning before you have to make turns, allowing for easy lane changes in heavy traffic. Very easy to understand verbal direction. I highly recommend.
Summary: There are plenty of reviews for this product. Let me just add a few things. I've had a nuvi 260 for a year and have been satisfied with it. I wanted a 750, but when it was priced at $450, it was too expensive. The only major feature this has over the 260 is the ability to plan and save a route. You can also import routes designed in Mapsource- a feature I really wanted because I frequently pick routes other than those calculated by the gps software.
Summary: I did a lot of research before purchasing this one. It lived up to my expectations. Sometimes difficult to understand, but very good directions. Easy to use for certain. Finds signal quickly. Seems a bit difficult to figure out which "right" they want you to take when the choices are close, but there may be a setting I haven't found yet that fixes that problem. I've seen other peoples GPS units and this one is much easier to use.