Summary: Bought this a few years ago and loved it so much that I bought a second identical unit for my mother. Initially it was fantastic but it seemed that as time passed, it took longer and longer to locate itself when I turned the unit on.
Summary: This was my mistake: this unit has no battery, so it is only alive when the car runs. If the car's engine stopped and you start it again, your unit will re-initiate. Another inconvenience is that you need to specify the narrow region you are driving in.
Summary: Overall, this is a good product for the price. There are some issues that I came across: - The system is a bit slow and freezes occasionally. One would then have to wait a while until it unfreezes.
Summary: If you are looking for a cheap GPS. This unit does the Job. The User Interface is a bit clunky and it's slow, but it does work. The unit is not smart enough to figure out what you are trying to enter regarding streets that have several names. This is a decent entry level GPS.
Summary: Cons: Like many people already noted, this product has several problems. - The most annoying to me is that it cannot find many addresses. A significant percentage of the what I was trying to find. Most problems it has with numerical street names, or say a number on a hwy 7 and so on.
Summary: For a very inexpensive purchase, the 360 is nice. The 360 is for my daughter, but I have a Garmin Nuvi 350 for my own use in business travel. The 360 lacks a convenient Detour re-reroute, and because the street name choice is presented before you input the city name, it forces you to know if you...
Summary: Overall, I think this was an excellent product for the price. There are a few quirks. (1)The windshield adapter broke after only two weeks of use. I am unsure how to replace it. (2) The device sometimes fails to give local street names for routes.