Summary: I bought this as a replacement for one that was stolen more than two years ago - since that time I have tried two other brands and none of them were as good as "Bob." Simple, easy to use, and affordable.
For $20-$30 bucks its worth it. Anything over that you're paying to much.
24 July 2011
Summary: Decent GPS for a beginner. Has most features that anyone would ever need in a GPS. Navigates perfectly and QUICKLY finds GPS signal. Overall: 4/5 Display: 4/5 - Not as pretty as newer GPS systems Features: 3/5 - Lacks a few features like the ability to show Max Speed Ease of use: 3/5 - Slightly difficult to navigate through the screens and limits you on occasion when typing in an address. Overall Value: 5/5 - For the price you can't beat it.
Summary: I like this gps. Works great. I had a Magellan RoadMate before. Got this one for my 88 year old aunt. But she preferred the Magellan RoadMate. But for me, it's fine. A little harder to use,imo, than the Magellan RoadMate. But once you get used to it, no problem. It has a male voice, which was different. Not quite as quick to correct as the Magellan RoadMate, but it does well. Bottom line, if you can get this for under $25 go for it. You won't regret it!
Summary: This is a very simple and easy to use GPS. The points of interest are not the most up to date but the unit works perfect. The price is less than a half that of a used GPS yet the unit works as new.
Summary: it is very easy to find addresses and add via or continue points to your route, you can zoom in and move around the map without having to change screens. this is really valuable when you need to look around your area quickly and then go back to navigating. it is flat and fits in your shirt pocket. it has a easy to find usb charging port and uses easy to find usb chargers.