Summary: I purchased this navigational device a little over 9 months ago just before moving from a big city to a really rural area. I don't know how I would have survived without it. On the most remote roads, it helps me find my way home.
Summary: I received the Navman 330 for Christmas. Out of the box, set up and on my way, very quickly. Navman plotted the trip from Florida to Connecticut and back, flawlessly. Easy to program, and very precise, didn't miss a beat. For the price, it's a great value.
Quality GPS which will not break the bank and does not require a genius to operate
7 January 2007
Excerpt: This low cost, budget GPS system was my first choice back in July 06. For only £150 this GPS offers affordable sat nav along with very simple operation. Using the GPS system requires just 5 pages of instructions to get you started and it took me just a few minutes to install, set up a destination...
Summary: It's cheap, easy to set up, and "does what is says on the tin". Well most of the time...I have used the gadget for a couple of months or so now and it has mis-directed me twice - once in Sudbury town centre and once sending me on a wild goose chase in the Cotswolds.
Summary: Used for a couple of long breaks, after getting settings right in preferences (went down a few too many country lanes), it was very good, and makes driving feel a lot more leisurely. only cons were quite a long wait to connect to gps - 10mins so always turn on Navman and then get kids in car etc.
Summary: This is a great sat nav system. Easy to use, easy to set up, great value for money. The only downside is that there doesn't appear to be a battery life indicator (I couldn't find anything in the user guide either), so if you're running it off the battery rather than the cigarette lighter socket on...