Summary: I received one ok and one died. Return it via USPS is always 3 hours on lane to wait , so I have opened and I figured out that when they have put the battery , they broke one of the 3 pin inside the connector.
Summary: I bought this GPS about six months ago and have used it extensively. The good: - It's very accurate. I have never been steered in the wrong direction. - User interface is the easiest of the big three (Magellan, Garmin, TomTom).
Summary: Good entry level GPS but I believe the Garmin entry level is much better, I purchased the Tom Tom XL350M for lifetime map updates and for this reason I am satisfied, even the Garmin 205 had a security password protection, the Tom Tom had none, just basic GPS no frills, if doing it over I would buy a...
Summary: I bought this unit before our road trip from washington DC to Kansas city. I received the product few hours before the trip. Since I bought this refurbished, it did not come with a user manual. As we started driving, my wife was able to setup the destination without the manual.
Summary: I bought this primarily for the traffic feature. Previously I had the Garmin Nuvi 200. I'm the type that does a lot of research, trial, and comparison before making the decision, and if you're reading this you likely are too.
Summary: I was very happy to try this GPS a few months ago when I had a trip to take from northern NC to the Washington DC area. What you get in the box are as follows: the GPS device, the mount, USB cable to transfer and upgrade the device, adhesive disk for mounting, car charger, user guide, and last, map...
Summary: My Garmin was telling me I needed a map update, which I didn't want to pay for. So I decided instead to look at GPS units that had lifetime map updates. I decided to go for the TomTom XL 350TM.
Summary: There's nothing precisely wrong with this GPS, but theres nothing outstanding about it either, its, overall, fairly middle of the road. Anyway to help provide some guidance I have outlined some pros and cons below.