Summary: Dis so horrible! So BAD! umph! Bloody thing sickens me! I damn near threw up because of this ruddy object. 1) The Bluetooth feature is very appealing, being a homeless man on the road. Too bad the Bluetooth doesn't work at all, and now my phone won't turn on! Umph! Thanks, Pharos! 2) The touchscreen is a nice feature... too bad it broke my fingers! -- Because it sucked! Umph!
Pharos 140 The worst GPS I have ever use, dont waste your money!
14 January 2009
Summary: Pharos 140 is the worst GPS i have ever used. It is even dangerous since you need to do multiple stops to reset, does not give you detailed and precise instructions,it is hard to use, not friendly at all. The voice prompts are insuficient are imprecise. You must be out of your mind, desperated or ignorant (like i was) to buy this GPS. I got it for my wife, she has never been able to use it. When i use it in her car, i go crazy.
Summary: This $320 to $360 product does not perform as advertised. For E.g., it can not find a main street that even a cheap GPS finds! It is hard to work with as well. Hope somebody likes it, but not me.
Summary: I had one for two weeks. 1st It kept saying my home address was at the nearest corner. 2nd It would say you arrived at your destination way to early or way to late. Took you to the neareast street corner. 3rd Every time I tried to get help it was always closed. I would not recommend this product to anybody.
Summary: I purchased one of these "fabulous" units while traveling in Texas two years ago. I purchased it at a discount at a local "going out of business" CompUSA. After a couple weeks of trying to make this horrible excuse for a GPS unit work like it should, I gave up and tossed it on the floor of my truck where it has sat ever since. There was no returning the unit to the now out of business CompUSA.