Reviews and Problems with Magellan ROADMATE 5230T-LM
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OK but maybe not for pro drivers
Laura Harrison, Rakuten
2 June 2015
Summary: Although the description hints that it is for pro drivers, I'm not sure I would put much salt in it for that. We do have a driving business and have a few other GPS's. We like the others better as far as ease of use. It also seems to lag when loading.
Summary: I loved ease of use & screen size. Bought last minute for trip to Phil. worked great door to door. Use nowfor work no complaints Looking for basic GPS for someone without smart phone, great product at great price
Summary: have only used it a couple of times worked ok. only complaint so far is that it takes sometimes several minutes to find position and start navigation. All in all it was a good purchase at a good price.
Summary: I have had this Magellan before. For about 5 years. Until it went black. So I gave it another shot. So far so good. Easy to navigate. Nice large screen. Even my spouse can use it!! Its that easy.
Summary: I have come to expect from Amazon quick delivery on good quality products purchased at reasonable prices and this purchase was no exception. I recently started a 2nd career as a part time taxi driver in Charleston, S.C. (recently rated as the #1 destination in the world by Conde Naste).
Magellan Roadmate 5230T-LM 5-inch Navigator with life time maps
G. L. Carter, Amazon
23 September 2013
Summary: I use my Magellan to travel to Alabama from Georgia and it did a perfect job. I love all the features it has such as showing the speed zone whenever the road signs change. I would highly recommend it.
Summary: The Roadmate 5230T-LM is one of the newest GPS models that Magellan has to offer at the time of this writing. Although Magellan is the least popular of the big three GPS manufacturers with Tom-Tom and Garmin leading the way, let's see what it's got.
Summary: When traveling its a given that having a working navigational tool is a must. Having gone through my fair share of slow and inconsistent GPS products ranging from Garmin, TomTom and yes even Magellan through the years, one must really do their homework.