Summary: I'd been thinking about buying a system for some time. and the special offer prompted me to make the decision.Having read the reviews, the unit appeared to be just right for me and has proved to be just that.
Summary: My first sat nav.I have used tomtom not much difference between the two.The s30 gives you a good SatNav for £30 + less than tom tom .Maps are up to date(new A8000 in Edinburgh shown)speed camera and red light cameras are fairly accurate .Im pleased with it :)
Summary: I have owned this model (my first Sat Nav) for six months and it is outstanding value. It works stright out of the box and has an easy to use touch screen with clear symbols that provide a host of useful functions such as nearest food/fuel/car parks etc plus essential stuff such as the current...
Summary: I purely based this purchase on the reviews of previous models from Navman and just hoped that the high standard of reviews would continue in the new range, so far I have been fairly impressed with what I've purchased.
Summary: Ive owned the Navman S30 for over a month now and its helped me on several journeys within and outside Sheffield. If your looking for a first/cheap sat nav especially one you wont use often then this is the one i'd recommend. It has few draw backs.
Extremely competent SAT NAV, but misses key features
Kindle Customer, Amazon
23 May 2009
Summary: Does all that it says it should do, very competently. Key features I miss are that it doesn't read out Street Names, maps cannot be updated/shared, and GPS takes a while to latch on after coming back from sleep. If you don't mind these, go right ahead. It's a good buy!
Summary: My first sat nav. Only tested driving to work so far (16 mile journey) and I'm quite impressed. Nice bell sound warns you of fixed speed cameras, simple to use but the touch screen is a bit fiddly due to it being quite small.