Summary: I bought this product because I wanted something small that could fit in my pocket. I like the very easy menu and how fast the signal is found. Nothing complicated,not a big screen like other gps, but still a great product. It gets me where I want to go, and it is very light.
Good GPS that does the same basic job as larger units costing much more
16 June 2011
Summary: While the screen is a little smaller than most GPS systems, I like it because it does not take up much dash room, or clutter my console. It gets me exactly where I want to go, and back again. That's what it is supposed to do....right.
Summary: I purchased this after my long, satisfactory experience with a TomTom One Third Edition (a good basic model GPS). The new features provided by this model are the "IQ Routes", Lane Assist, EasyPort mount and spoken street (and freeway exit) names.
Summary: My last Tom Tom was stolen out of my car b/c I had left it hanging. I chose this as a replacement for the price and attributes. I like that the part that attaches to the windshield is now connected to the actual device.
Summary: I wrote up a review for the TomTom but it must have not saved?!? Anyways, to make a long story short....setting this thing up is a pain in the @$$! It is not hard, but takes up to 4 hours. Back it up first, then delete some voices (I kept 2).
Summary: I purchased these units for use in my delivery trucks. They are usually pretty good with directions, but occationally sends us down a gravel road which is not correct. Otherwise, overall, they are very helpful for our needs.
Summary: I am happy with this GPS. We had a Magellin prior to this and the face cracked within 1 1/2 years. One feature the Megellen had that the Tomtom does not and we like was that a tone sounded whenever you reach a turn. Otherwise, I think the Tomtom has several more features than the Magellen had.