Reviews and Problems with Magellan RoadMate 2220-LM
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3 weeks ago
Summary: Typing in the address is easier than garmin. And the graphics of the lanes you are driving display your lane and the on coming lane as well. I highly recommend this product for its quality and price.
Summary: The price is right, for this lifetime update, accurate, and easy to read GPS. My wife is a realtor, and uses this GPS all the time. Her smartphone went through too much data, so we wanted to get a decent GPS, and this one fits the bill.
Summary: I purchased this to replace a very old Magellan that i couldn't update. I have used it once and was amazed at how much more it does...I was warned of speed cameras before I got to them, which though unneeded was good to hear.
Summary: I've had a Magellan for years now; it was my first GPS. After trying a Garmin, which was horrendous, we tried this one. It would have been good had the speaker not been blown - we could hardly understand her because of the fuzzy quality.
Summary: I find the device is very nice in that it tells you a landmark near where you turn. I find it slow when I try to enter an address and I find streets, Del Mar in San Clemente, CA for instance. I have mixed feelings.
Summary: I purchased this model (Roadmate 2220-LM) in early 2014. My bottom line experience with it: it seems an amazing scientific toy, but not the real tool it should be. In real life I found the touch screen lack of sensitivity hard to manipulate, to program the device for a given trip.