Summary: I bought the Navigon 2200T just for fun. I know where I'm most of the time but it travel with me just in case I need a co-pilot. I love the features and all in all it was a great and fun purchase.
Summary: I already own a Navigon 2100 GPS. My oldest started driving about a year ago and is now venturing out on his own, needing directions to places he hasn't been before. This is a wonderful GPS! While my 2100 is my favorite, the new 2200 has the same features, just easier to use!
small, little weight, exact, good visibility of the route
A. Stephan "Fotofan", Amazon
15 December 2009
Summary: This GPS is a far better one than the older navigon model (pocket loox) that I used before in the USA. The representation of the highway lanes for instance is remarkable. What could be better is: a little LED lamp to show the state of loading the accu; the accu itself looses much power overnight;...
Summary: - I moved to the USA from Australia during mid '09 and pre-purchased 2 of these units from Amazon prior to arriving and had them shipped to a friends place - Right out of the box I was happy - simply plug it in and I was away ! Most of the features were easily understood and intuitive.
Summary: I first bought a Garmin 755T (certainly not a low-budget unit), and then for just a back-up, and rental-car Nav unit, I purchased this Navigon 2200T. After using both of them in a side-by-side comparison on a road trip, I haven't ever used the Garmin again!
Summary: Why NAVIGON is not up there with the two most popular brands, or in fact does not surpass them, is beyond me ! I read manufacturer's data and user reviews on ALL makes and models and settled on what must be the best kept secret in the GPS industry...the NAVIGON 2200T.
Summary: I had my eye on the Navigon 2200T at $149.00 and pulled the trigger on the recent price drop. My background - a 60 something boomer; marginally techno adept. Looking for a navigation device to help with our semi-annual trips up and down the east coast from Charlotte, NC, and occaisional forays to...
Summary: I was a bit apprehensive when I purchased this one. But all my concerns were laid to rest when I started using it. Pros: - Quick satellite acquisition. - Reroutes within a matter of seconds. - Has millions of POIs. Even the local Burger King is listed. - Free traffic updates for life.
Summary: My first GPS, so nothing much to compare it to (besides a few Magellan in rental cars).
note: I used this GPS to drive from Portland, Maine to Sacramento, California with a detour through Vegas.
Routing- routes quickly. reroutes seamlessly. routes are average.