Summary: I got this as a gift for Christmas. I have no sense of direction and I can't read a map to save my life and I'm no good with paper directions either....(YES I'M A GIRL!!!) I don't use this very often ( that's because I don't really drive anywhere..I let my feet do all the walking) My fiance is the one that does all the driving. The big test was when I used this to pick up my sister from the Airport a few months ago.
Summary: I have had this GPS for a year +. If your looking for a unit that has MP3, Blue tooth, LCD TV, etc. this is not the one for you. It does it's job reasonably well, that is: Driving instructions, keeps you from getting too lost, and when you do, it brings you back to where you should be. On the not so good side: the interface is not very intuitive. You really need to read and digest the 73 page manual. Also the maps are out of date, and can cause some problems.
Summary: Getting lost used to be my hobby but with this neat little unit I don't have to worry anymore. I have had it almost a year now and works like a charm. Finds just about everything I throw at it. I did not give it a 5 star rating because it does not tell you the streets as you are directed, but it is so concise that does not matter. Finding the signal is relatively fast also, just don't expect instant access aint gonna happen. The size is perfect as is the touch screen.
Summary: This is a great product. I love having it in my car. I have a job where I am on the go all the time making house calls. I eat on the run and this device allows me to always find the closest resturants, and gas stations with it's "Nearest point of intrest" feature. My only complaints are that with new locations it won't register, and that it will occassionally freeze up for a short time, but will usally recover pretty quickly.
Summary: I have had this for a week now. The GPS fix for me has never taken more than 5 seconds.It has a speed limit warning, which I like very much. The voice prompt is audible and you can choose between a male or a female voice. You can preview your trip turn by turn before you begin your journey.It is very handy because of it's shape.I can carry it along with comfort like a PDA.The processor is fast and thus the rerouting feature takes no time to recalculate the route.In my...
Summary: Very easy to work with. This is the second GPS unit I have purchased and used. I am very happy with this one. The screen is nice and uncluttered, the routes are great, the rerouting works like a charm, the voice sounds polite... It has all the maps I need already loaded along with points of interest, including gas stations and parking lots. The gas station thing is very handy when you're on a country road or even out of town.
Summary: This is a standard GPS. Perfect for a nervous driver. All you have to do is to follow the directions. The ease of use is incredible. I dont want an MP3 player, bluetooth etc etc in my GPS. All I want is to get to the destination without any hassle ... you will get it in this Navman.
Summary: S. Garfinkle posted a nice list of pros and cons...but the following limitation that he included in his list of cons: "Only has two display modes "3d travel direction up" and "2d North up". I kind of like "2d travel direction up" that is available on some other devices. Again, not a killer." ...is incorrect.
Summary: I've tried a bunch of GPSes in my quest for the perfect device. This one fits most of the criteria. Specifically, its good points are: - Light and portable, including the mount, so you can throw it in your backpack or carryon when you're traveling. - Bright display with good colors. I do recommend getting a screen protector. I use a Clarivue 3.5" LCD protector. That cuts down on glare, too. - Recent maps. Same maps as of mapquest in 8/2006.