Summary: Simple; Navman S100, don't buy it. I used this to drive to Manchester, put the postcode in fine, calculated the mileage, (no time function by the way), set off from Gloucester, the Navman instructed me: "drive for 100 miles to Junction 21A".
Summary: I did not buy the unit from Amazon but I thought I would let other know about this device before wasting any hard earned cash. The post code recognition is less than useless at least in Northern Ireland. I have tried to navigate by inputting a post code or even a full address.
Summary: Replaces my broken N40i, very happy with sat nav all the features I need, very well made, good looking, glide screen can be fiddly but not to bad, use a stylus. Maps look excellent reviewers that state you can't see the screen in sunlight must have issues with there sight as i find the screen fine...
Summary: Unimpressed with this device. Not very user friendly or intuitive (and I had to overide directions to a postal code as it was taking me off track) Probably me but I have to reregister everytime i put it on
Summary: I've been a fan of Navman for some years and decided to upgrade a few weeks ago to the S100. The major flaw with the S100 is the screen. I found the maps almost unreadable in normal daylight. It is otherwise a good, innovative piece of kit.
Summary: Navman S100 Satellite Navigation System To be honest, I haven't had too much oportunity to use this Sat nav. Its not as easy as some I've used before but the directions and choice of route were good.
Summary: Just bought my first sat-nav and it was the new Navman S100. After having company cars with in built systems, I needed my first portable device and after reading as much as I could on the S100 I plumped for it.