Summary: I have used the product several times. Once it gets the current location set up it routes the map nicely. If the location is on the maps - it will take you exactly to the location you are seeking. However I live in a rural county and there are locations that are just not on the card.
Summary: Pros: Cost -- I could have spent twice as much for a better unit but this meets my needs just fine. Size -- Small size fits fine over one of my A/C vents. Much better than using the included suction window/dashboard mount. Memory -- I purchased a low cost 2GB SD memory - works just fine as a backup.
Summary: I picked up this GPS because I had trips coming up to Atlanta and Chicago. I had always heard that Atlanta is difficult to navigate because there are a million streets named "Peachtree" so I wanted something to help me get around, especially since I had never been there.
Summary: How could we live before without a gps device? first time gps user and very pleased with the product. pros: nice screen, maps work flawlessly, lots of settings to customize your device, looks good, locks good to windshield, ready to use, all u need is there.
Summary: Have had the Iway 250C for almost a year and it does all that I ask. However, upgrade required directly from manufacturer was difficult to perform. Needed help from a computer geek. Compared it to this year's models and found no reason to change.
Summary: I bought it to help me find my way when I'm lost and so far it has been fine for just that. The maps and colors are vivid and easy to read and it's loaded with plenty of points of interest. I would have given it 5 of 5, but it takes a little long to locate a satellite when you first turn it on.
Summary: I've owned Lowrance aviation gps units, so I already knew they build high quality units, with lots of features, at prices much lower than Garmin units. Lowrance is definitely not a no name nav sysgem, as they pretty own the marine matket..