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4.4 out of 10

Navman iCN 320

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Overall 8
8.0

Great for the money!!

Blind Mellow Jelly "-BMJ", Amazon
5 August 2007
  • Summary: I bought this just before the holidays to see if I really needed a GPS for my travels, thinking that if I really needed a good GPS, I would spring for a more expensive model. I found that there is really no need to update to a more expensive model! this is a great no-frills GPS. Sure, it doesn't have a hard drive or an .mp3 player, but it does everything a GPS should and pretty well at that. The unit is light and intuitive to use.
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Overall 8
8.0

Good product for its price

Richard Recinto, Amazon
5 August 2007
  • Summary: Got an ICN 320 just before the Labor Day weekend and got to use it for our trip to Wisconsin. This was our first road trip where I did not bring a map, I had to put our full trust on this product during the entire trip. Happy to say that it did not let us down. The missed-turn navigation is also useful since there were a couple of times where I missed a turn (both intentional and unintentional). It automatically redirects us to the new turns within a few seconds.
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Overall 8
8.0

Navman iCN 320

-BMJ, Rate it all!
2 March 2007
  • Summary: I bought this just before the holidays to see if I really needed a GPS for my travels, thinking that if I really needed a good GPS, I would spring for a more expensive model. I found that there is really no need to update to a more expensive model! this is a great no-frills GPS. Sure, it doesn't have a hard drive or an .mp3 player, but it does everything a GPS should and pretty well at that. The unit is light and intuitive to use.
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Overall 8
8.0

Navman iCN 320

RichardRecinto, Rate it all!
10 September 2006
  • Summary: Got an ICN 320 just before the Labor Day weekend and got to use it for our trip to Wisconsin. This was our first road trip where I did not bring a map, I had to put our full trust on this product during the entire trip. Happy to say that it did not let us down. The missed-turn navigation is also useful since there were a couple of times where I missed a turn (both intentional and unintentional). It automatically redirects us to the new turns within a few seconds.
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Overall 8
8.0

Great Value

Ken Johnson "Ken", Amazon
30 May 2006
  • Summary: Pound for pound this is a really good Navigation Aid. The device looks a lot smarter than most GPS systems that I have seen and the graphics are excellent. The routes suggested were almost always spot on. If I decided to take a short cut or go via another point then the Navman didn't continually nag me to make a U Turn - it just amended the route and took me home!
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Overall 8
8.0

Good entry-level Sat Nav system, with some useful features.

kenjohn, Dooyoo
27 May 2006
  • Excerpt: ~ ~ I’ve been contemplating buying an in-car satellite navigation system for ages, but to be honest the main thing stopping me was the very high initial cost of the purchase. They all seemed to be priced somewhere in the €350 to €600 plus bracket, and I found it very hard to justify this fairly large outlay for a system that I would only probably use a few times a week.
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Overall 8
8.0

Navman ICN 320 or Tom Tom 300?

J. Preston, Amazon
4 April 2006
  • Summary: I purchase my Navman ICN 320 from Amazon, prior to purchasing my own sat nav, I borrowed my sister's Tom Tom 300 a few times which made me want my own. I chose Navman because it was roughly £100 cheaper than the Tom Tom 300. On receiving my Navman, I was firstly disappointed that it didn't come with a protective carrying case, the onscreen map isn't very detailed, it only allows you to enter the first few digits of a postcode, it's rather tricky fixing the Navman onto...
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Overall 8
8.0

Reliability

Simon Harvey, Amazon
28 March 2006
  • Summary: Before you drive away, you MUST stand OUTSIDE your car (looking as cool as possible, obviously) to let the unit find its satellites. You must be in the open, with no tall buildings or trees around, and you must be standing still(ish). I know this sounds embarrassing (depending on the neighbourhood, of course) but that's how GPSs work. The symptoms you describe are consistent with not doing this. Try it before you send the unit to me FOC.
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Overall 8
8.0

You don't need to pay a fortune for GPS

J. Preston, Amazon
12 January 2006
  • Summary: Like many others, I'd been hankering after GPS after seeing the TomTom range hit the shops, but really couldn't justify the price for something which I didn't actually need, but just wanted. I borrowed my father's (very expensive) Garmin unit late last year and although it did the job I wasn't that impressed. Enter the ICN-320. finally, a GPS that isn't wallet bending!
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Overall 8
8.0

Navman ICN-320-UKGPS

Mr. B. A. Merrick "BRETT MERRICK", Amazon
1 January 2006
  • Summary: I brought a Nav system just because i had heard all about them and i was basically interested. Since buying my Navman i haven't stopped using it, it comes in very handy. When using the Navman i purposely go off route just to see if the sat system is that good, and the answer to the question? yes it is. The Navman has alway gotten me to my destination even if i purposely go off route.
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