What I didn't like when I used the Navman was it would get stuck a lot. It was slower at recalculating routes and sometimes it would not pick u a satellite.simonj said:Thanks, I think it's probably between the tomtom which is £135 or the navman for £115 delivered from ebuyer (plus £10 off if using google checkout) I've read a few reviews and it generally both are great for the price but tomtom is a little quicker changing views and zooming in on roundabouts
Thats why I haven;t got one, I always find where I need to go although it usually takes twice as lond and I travel twice as far as I should :incheek:pendil said:Real men use maps................and sometimes get lost, but its better than asking directions.
My TomTomTechnohippy said:I use prat-nav and I don't get any more lost than people with expensive dash clutter (maadmaxxer and slammedresto)
It did try sending you from Cambridge to Colchester via Ipswich tho :crazy:maadmaxxer said:My TomTomhas never got me lost yet, and i love it, although when someone sends me a text message while i am approaching a roundabout it does mean i am on my own as it halts tomtom to display the message for 20 seconds........the down side of having it on the PDA :crazy:
i would recommend tomtom though
cambridge to chelmsford via ipswich....Technohippy said:It did try sending you from Cambridge to Colchester via Ipswich tho :crazy:
Exactly!!pendil said:Real men use maps................and sometimes get lost, but its better than asking directions.