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: This GPS has worked well for me. I like the 3D mapping better than others I have seen. It has all the features that I need. You can find any point of interest you are looking for. The user interface was easy for me to figure out, I didn't have to read any instructions.
Summary: I bought this unit to use on trips where we get a rental car. I discovered that the car rental companies charge up to $11/day to rent them. In the past, this was still considerably cheaper than buying one but with the advent of inexpensive units like the i250C, I decided the tide had turned and it...
Summary: I always marvel at the 'love-hate' variations from user to user on product reviews. In my case, the 250C has performed quite well with functionality and features comparable to the last Garmin I owned (passed down to my daughter).
Summary: Unit received in good condition, Works pretty good. Gets confused occasionally, usually around town, I can really confuse "Miss Patience" which is what I call the women in the box because she does not get upset if I ignore her.
Summary: It takes hell of a time to locate the position initially.It takes about 7-10 mins of time. But once done, GPS works fine. Also the turn by turn navigation is sometimes not that quick.Initially we thought that the GPS Stand cannot bend as there were no instructions in the leaflets / instruction guide...
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: For the price, this portable GPS does a good job. In high sun light areas the screen is hard to see and you must either rely on voice commands or remove the unit to a shadded area. Voice command is easily understood, loud enough and screen brightness is adjustible via the off on switch.