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Garmin n¨švi 350 3.5-Inch Portable GPS Navigator (Factory Refurbished)
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Product Description

Includes: preloaded City Navigator North America NT v7 data (full unlock), vehicle suction cup mount, AC charger, carrying case, 12-24 volt car adapter cable, dashboard disk, USB cable, & more. Garmin nuvi 350 Personal Travel Assistant - This portable GPS navigator is a great companion and guide for traveling to new places, as well as making it easier to get to places you normally travel to. The preloaded City Navigator NT v.7 maps contain detailed road maps throughout the entire United States, Canada, & Puerto Rico. Which allows the nuvi 350 to plot your course, call out turns by street name, and avoid traffic jams - all with a stunning color touch screen! But when you're on the road, the nuvi 350 can also offer you more than just directions. It has an MP3 player, audio book player, JPEG picture view, and more! Approx. 700 MBs of internal memory for storage of supplemental maps, MP3s and audio books. SD memory card expansion slot Powerful built-in speaker Traffic alerts with optional GTM 10 FM TMC traffic receiver Text-to-Speech - unit prompts you to Turn right on Main St. instead of Turn right in 500 feet Audible and visual navigation instructions and warnings Offers a three dimensional mapping perspective, or 2-D overhead view Built-in lithium ion battery Battery Life - 4-8 hours depending on usage Unit Dimensions - 3.87 (w) x 2.91 (h) x 0.87 (d) Unit Weight - 5.1 oz.

This is a refurbished GPS. Refurbished generally means that the unit has been returned to the manufacturer, who brings the navigator back to like new conditions. Some GPS may contain cosmetic blemishes.

What if one device could help you navigate anywhere in the U.S. andCanada, while offering travel tips, storing your favorite tunes and photos, providing translation assistance, and more? That device is here, and it's not much bigger than a deck of cards. The Garmin n¨švi 350 is set to revolutionize what we expect from a GPS navigation device, or from any device for that matter.

Which n¨švi is Best for You?: Click here to see a quick, simple comparison of features for all Garmin nuvi GPS navigators



The n¨švi 350 is a portable GPS navigator, traveler's reference, and digital entertainment system, all in one. View product demo (requires Flash).



A simple touchscreen interface and voice guidance allow you to keep your eyes on the road. View larger.


Listen to an audio book or an MP3 while you're on the road. View larger.
Design
With a total weight of 5.1 ounces and slim measurements of 3.87 x 2.91 x 0.87 inches (WxHxD), the n¨švi 350 is just right for the pocket or purse. A bright, 64,000-color display dominates the front of the device and a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels means that there's plenty of room for displaying map data and other elements of the device's interface. An SD memory card slot is provided for expansion software, such as a points of interest database, media files and electronic guides (see below). The flip-up antenna includes an MCX-type connector for connecting the unit to an external GPS antenna. Meanwhile, a powerful built-in speaker resides on the back of device. A built-in lithium ion battery will give you for to eight hours of battery life, depending on use. In addition to an AC charger, the unit also ships with a 12-volt power adapter for vehicle charging, as well as a windshield suction cup mount.

Fortunately, Garmin has made it easy to interface with the n¨švi 350's 700 megabytes of onboard memory, thanks to "plug-and-play" USB mass storage support. Just plug the device into your computer's USB port and you've got instantaneous access to all the audio books, music, photos, supplemental maps and other data on the n¨švi 350's internal and SD card memory.

Navigation
The n¨švi 350 is first and foremost a personal GPS device. Wherever you go -- in your car or on foot-- the device offers extremely accurate position data, thanks to a high-sensitivity integrated GPS receiver by SiRF and WAAS-enabled, 12-satellite reception. Combined with detailed maps of the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico the n¨švi 350 provides automatic routing, turn-by-turn voice directions, and touchscreen control-- making it easy to find your way anywhere. Plus, the unique "text-to-speech" feature calls out turns by street name, and you can choose from either 2D or 3D mapping perspectives when you're viewing your route on the display. Additionally, the n¨švi 350 is compatible with Garmin's GTM 10 FM TMC traffic receiver*, which allows users to avoid traffic tie-ups by simply pushing a button that will calculate a new route.

As mentioned, the n¨švi 350 comes packed with mapping data for North America, but you can can also load up your custom points of interest. Set up proximity alerts for school zones, safety cameras, and more using Garmin's free POI (points of interest) loader program (available from garmin.com).

Important note about map updates: Due to our high volume of sales, almost every Garmin portable GPS navigator sold by Amazon.com will come with the most recent map version. If you ever do need a map update, you can purchase one from Amazon.com at our Garmin Store.



The device automatically calculates the fastest route and provides voice-prompted turn-by-turn directions along the way.
Tools for the Journey
Navigation is just part of the journey, and the n¨švi 350 is one of the first devices to recognize that. The built-in "Travel Kit" offers an MP3 player, an audio book player from Audible.com, a jpeg-format picture viewer, a world travel clock with time zones, a currency converter, a measurement converter, and a calculator.

In addition to the included travel tools, additional software add-ons are available, such as the Garmin Language Guide, with data provided by Oxford University Press. This software suite contains a multilingual word bank, phrase bank, and five bilingual dictionaries. The multilingual word bank and phrase bank supports nine languages and dialects, including American English, British English, French, German, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, European Portuguese, European Spanish, and Latin American Spanish. Now you can look up and translate more than 17,000 words or 20,000 phrases per language -- right in the palm of your hand. Through the unit's text-to-speech interface, users can get a spoken pronunciation of each entry in the word bank, along with gender and part of speech information.

Another useful add-on software package, the Garmin Travel Guide, is loaded with information provided by Marco Polo. These guides put in-depth travel information such as reviews and recommendations for restaurants, tourist attractions, and more at your fingertips. The software allows you to navigate to an address or search points of interest-- places like hotels, restaurants, shopping, and tourist attractions. The n¨švi 350 automatically calculates the fastest route and provides voice-prompted turn-by-turn directions along the way. The unit also audibly announces the name of upcoming streets-- letting you keep your eyes on the road while navigating through busy traffic and tricky roadways. And if you stray off course, the n¨švi 350 automatically calculates the quickest way to get back on track.

*Traffic services available only in select cities where RDS-TMC coverage exists. Requires the GTM 10 FM TMC traffic receiver and subscription fee to enable traffic capability.


What's in the Box
n¨švi 350, Preloaded City Navigator NT for North America and Puerto Rico, Vehicle suction cup mount, AC charger, Vehicle power cable, Dashboard disc, USB cable, Carrying case, Quick reference guide

Which n¨švi is Best for You?
For a slightly higher pricepoint, Garmin's n¨švi 600 and 700 series devices have richer feature sets including: MP3 players, JPEG photo viewers, the ability to receive traffic and weather information, bluetooth for hands-free calling, FM transmitters that deliver audio through your cars own stereo system, and multi-destination routing that will tell you the best way to make a trip that involves several destinations.




Screen
Size
inches
(w x h)
Included Maps
Text-to-Speech
(Directions in
Real Street
Names)

Traffic
Bluetooth
Media

FM Transmitter
(audio through
car stereo
system)
Multi-
Point
Routing

Battery
life
(hours)
Cont. U.S.,
Hawaii, and
Puerto Rico

AK and
Canada

Europe
n¨švi 200 2.8 x 2.1
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Photos


up to 5
n¨švi 200w 3.81 x 2.25
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Photos


up to 5
n¨švi 250 2.8 x 2.1
check check



Photos

up to 5
n¨švi 250w 3.81 x 2.25
check check



Photos

up to 5
n¨švi 260 2.8 x 2.1
check check
check

Photos

up to 5
n¨švi 260w 3.81 x 2.25 check check
check

Photos

up to 5
n¨švi 270 2.8 x 2.1
check check check


Photos

up to 5
n¨švi 350 2.8 x 2.1
check check
check FM (with opt.
receiver)

Photos, MP3s


up to 8
n¨švi 360 2.8 x 2.1
check check
check FM (with opt.
receiver)
check Photos, MP3s

up to 8
n¨švi 370 2.8 x 2.1 check check check check FM (receiver
included)
check Photos, MP3s

up to 8
n¨švi 650 3.81 x 2.25
check check
check FM (with opt.
receiver)

Photos, MP3s

up to 7
n¨švi 660
3.81 x 2.25
check check
check FM (receiver
included)
check Photos, MP3s check
up to 7
n¨švi 670
3.81 x 2.25
check check check check FM (receiver
included)
check Photos, MP3s check
up to 7
n¨švi 680 3.81 x 2.25
check check
check MSN (receiver
included;
1-year free);
FM (with opt.
receiver)
check Photos, MP3s check
up to 7
n¨švi 750
3.81 x 2.25
check check
check MSN-enhanced
(with optional
receiver);
FM (with opt.
receiver)

Photos, MP3s check check up to 5
n¨švi 760 3.81 x 2.25
check check
check MSN-enhanced
(with optional
receiver);
FM (with opt.
receiver)
check Photos, MP3s check check up to 5
n¨švi 770 3.81 x 2.25
check check check check MSN-enhanced
(with optional
receiver);
FM (with opt.
receiver)
check Photos, MP3s check check up to 5
n¨švi 780 3.81 x 2.25 check check

MSN-enhanced
(receiver inc.;
3 months free)
receiver);
FM (with opt.
receiver)
check Photos, MP3s check check up to 5
n¨švi 850
3.81 x 2.25 check check

MSN-enhanced
(with optional
receiver);
FM (with opt.
receiver)

Photos, MP3s check check up to 4
n¨švi 880
3.81 x 2.25 check check check
MSN-enhanced
(receiver inc.;
3 months free);
FM (with opt.
receiver)
check Photos, MP3s check check up to 4
n¨švi 5000
4.5 x 2.7 check check
check MSN-enhanced
(with optional
receiver);
FM (with opt.
receiver)


check check external
battery
only
Features:
  • This is a refurbished GPS; refurbished generally means that the unit has been returned to the manufacturer, who brings the navigator back to like-new conditions; some refurbished GPS devices might contain cosmetic blemishes
  • Compact 700 MB GPS navigator with bundled MP3/audiobook player, photo viewer, and world travel clock
  • Small enough to fit in a pocket or purse; mounts on vehicle windshield with included suction cup
  • Preloaded with City Navigator NT maps of the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico; turn-by-turn directions, automatic routing, and 320 x 240 color touchscreen display
  • Secure Digital (SD) memory card slot; measures 3.87 x 2.91 x 0.87 inches (W x H x D); 1-year warranty

Customer Reviews:

  • Great device
    This is a very good tool for travelers, I'm really glad that I had it with me on my last trip to Miami otherwise I would have been lost. It has pretty much all the features you would expect from a GPS device and more. I bought other brands before and returned them because I got disappointed with them, and finally I got this Garmin Nuvi 360 and I'm completely satisfied with it. The only issue sometimes is when you spell some point of interest to find it on the map; it takes a little while to load the results, other than things usually run very smoothly....more info
  • Garmin Nuvi 360 - Greate idea w/poor execution (software)
    Take it easy - this is my 2nd review on Amazon.

    This navigation is ok for sheep, i.e. people that don't know their way around and driving from A to B regardless of the time and/or convenience. This navigation is not ok if you somewhat know your way around and trying to play a shepherd.
    I'm aware that this was a harsh statement, but this is my opinion.

    Brief introduction before Garmin will take the hit. Believe me I'm trying to be as objective as possible:
    1. I had Nuvi 360 for a week (I returned mine, since I felt it was already used).
    2. I've downloaded every possible update from Garmin, including maps
    3. I don't represent any competing company
    4. Somewhat knowledgeable as a user - previously I owned a TomTom navigation (4 years ago) and now a built-in navigation as part of Acura TL
    5. Somewhat knowledgeable as a Product Developer - I have degrees in both EE and Software Development
    6. There are enough perfect reviews for this product, so I'll concentrate only on product's shortcomings.

    I'll break this product's shortcomings into 2 sections (YMMV):
    1. Not great, but fine:
    a. GPS signal acquisition time is longer than usual (30-60 seconds)
    b. Often it will force me to take a more complicated way
    c. Upgrading maps requires a "geek-squad" degree + takes around 5 hours or more (2GB file)
    2. Deal breakers - don't buy and wait for Garmin's response:
    a. No way to avoid streets (using a POI workaround is not a good solution)
    b. No way to avoid freeways/toll roads (it comes only with 3 methods: Shortest distance, Fastest time and Off-road)
    c. No way to preview computed directions

    I hope I've educated you enough to make the right decision.

    P.S. I gave this product only 2 stars, since I felt that this is the only way to represent my falling respect for Garmin. Sorry Garmin, I expected more....more info
  • The best features in a GPS
    This is my first GPS, and it has everything that a regular GPS can have.
    -Streets are pronounced,
    -Bluetooth connectivity with Mobil phone (here I have a problem, my mobil usually restarts many times. I do not know what is happening).
    -and mp3, jpg etc.
    May be, it would be even better if it could track & trace the paths... please let me know if you can do it.
    ...more info
  • You gotta get you one or two
    A friend of ours had the model 350 and just raved about it so when I found the Amazon deal on the Nuvi 360 we jumped on it. I may end up getting another one since the wife & I are constantly switching it from car to car. It was simple to set up right out of the box and typical Garmin once I registered the unit I was prompted to do an upgrade on the current map..that took a little time. Afterwords I synced the bluetooth to my Palm Centro cell phone, it downloaded my entire phone book in a matter of minutes and then my wife's cell as well who has the same phone, the phone books can be separated by user name. Cool. Calling is a breeze and clarity is exceptional.I purchased the dash bean bag mount for one car and use the suction cup mount that comes with it in the other. My only disappointment is that the I haven't figured out how to get all the local POI to come up without prompting it. I also own a Garmin GPS-18(requires a laptop for viewing) that you can turn the local POI on or off as needed. On this 360 it is in categories, food, shopping, etc but you cant see any local businesses as you drive around unless you select a category, the GPS-18 has a clutter/declutter tab that allows you to chose on or off. Hence 4 stars.Otherwise this little jewel is a breeze and since my wife is technology challenged it was a great choice for her as well.****...more info
  • Did not last very long... does not turn on anymore.
    We purchased this product just over a year ago. The battery began to discharge very quickly and then eventually the unit shut off. We now cannot turn the unit back on. It's dead..dead..dead. We plug it in using the power adapter and an AC adapter we purchased. Apparently, there is some sort of switch defect, which causes the power switch mounts to break easily. Because our limited warranty just expired, we'll have to send it for repair, which is now almost the cost of the device new. The number of times we used the power switch is not many since we generally kept it plugged in and running in the car. It mostly shut off automatically. However, when the battery once discharged because we did not have a power cord, we finally had to use the power switch. If someone else has suggestions as to this problem, let me know.

    I give it two stars because when the unit did work, we enjoyed it and it lead us in the right direction 95% of the time. The UI navigation is pretty easy to learn and use. I would have preferred a QWERTY keyboard. Maybe this is an option, but I could not find it. That's probably in the manual right next to where it says "don't use the power switch too much."

    ...more info
  • very good
    I love this product.....the only complaint I have is that the screen is too small....more info
  • Thoroughly Pleased
    The product was a great price and is performing exactly as advertised. The Bluetooth is a nice feature for handsfree calling. Would buy it again....more info
  • Perfect Traveling Companion!
    I am an airline pilot, and needed a way to go on long walks (in many different cities) without getting lost! This is the perfect GPS for me: fits in my shirt pocket (even with the antenna extended), easy to use. I do use it in my truck, also, if I am driving somewhere unfamiliar. But mostly, I put it in "Pedestrian" mode (I didn't even know it had that until I bought it), figure out some point of interest within a couple of miles (restaurant, park, etc.), and just start walking.
    The vehicle mount works great, and detaches easily when I'm not using it. The bluetooth feature is very nice for hands-free cell phone use on the road, and people tell me my voice quality is just fine, even with road noise in the background....more info
  • Almost Perfect and A Poor Man's In-Car GPS Navigation System
    I used iGuidance 1.0 for the Pocket PC for over 4 years before I got the Garmin n¨švi 360. I loved the iGuidance but the Garmin n¨švi 360 blew me away!

    Accuracy
    --------
    The n¨švi is very accurate; it has yet to fail to bring me to my destination. However, I've encountered a few instances where an address or road wasn't in the n¨švi database - and I have the most current (2009) maps. In such cases, your best bet would be to simply enter an adjacent or nearby location into the n¨švi.

    Directions
    ----------
    The software lets you know how far ahead your next turn is when you're within between about .1 to .5 miles. It says something like "In .1 miles, turn left onto Broadway" and a few hundred feet before your turn, it omits the information on the distance before your turn and simply says "Turn left onto Broadway." I wish it used feet instead of miles when specifying distances .2 mile (1056 ft) or less but it's a minor complaint.

    The software gives you the directions for two successive turns that are very close together (say, 300 feet apart) all at once to make sure you have ample time to respond to the second turn that immediately follows the first. For example, "Take exit 70, then keep left", or "Turn right, then immediately turn left."

    However, it may occasionally notify you of a turn a little late, which results in you missing the turn. Thankfully, this doesn't happen very often. If you do miss a turn, however, the software recalculates a new route very quickly (within a couple of seconds)!

    Auto-Off/Resume Function
    ------------------------
    My Garmin is a permanent fixture in my car. I leave the car adapter permanently hooked up to the unit. What I really love about it is it automatically turns off when the external power supply is lost. What this translates to is whenever I turn off my car engine, the unit automatically shuts itself off. When I start my car, the unit automatically fires back up. It gets better - it remembers your set destination when it turns back on and resumes giving you directions to your destination. This feature is handy for when I need to fill up on gas midway to a destination. After I'm done filling up my tank, I start my car, at which point the GPS unit fires back up and immediately resumes giving me directions to my destination. Very cool! This makes the Garmin n¨švi the perfect In-Car GPS solution!

    Data Entry
    ----------
    The keys for entering addresses into the n¨švi are arranged alphabetically from A-Z, not in a QWERTY format. Personally, I find the tedium of having to hunt for letters in the A-Z format a real inconvenience and annoyance!

    Lock It
    -------
    You can lock your n¨švi with a 4-digit PIN. The package comes with 2 decals that state that your GPS unit is secured with a security code to deter would-be thieves from stealing the unit.

    Text-To-Speech
    --------------
    The text to speech still sounds like it comes from a synthesized voice but it's perfectly intelligible.


    Multi-Point Routing
    -------------------
    Even though Multi-Point Routing is NOT an intended feature on the n¨švi 360, it doesn't mean the n¨švi isn't _capable_ of Multi-Point Routing. Here's how it's accomplished: Say, you want to go from point A to point D via point B and point C.

    (i) You want to first set the destination to point D.

    (ii) Then, once again, you set the destination a second time, this time to point C. You will receive the following prompt from the software asking "Insert as via point?", which essentially means: Do you want to overwrite the destination you've set in step (i), i.e. the point D destination or do you want to go to point D VIA point C. Answer YES.

    (iii) Yet again, set the destination a third time to point B. Answer YES when prompted whether you want to "Insert as via point?"

    There you have it, the n¨švi is going to take you from point A to point D VIA points B and C. It's a clumsy roundabout way of getting the n¨švi 360 to do Multi-Point Routing, but it can be done.


    Nice Extras
    -----------
    - SD card Slot
    Since the unit can serve as an MP3 Player and a photo viewer, it has an SD card slot allows you to load mp3 and photos (JPEG) onto the unit.

    - MP3 Player
    The MP3 Player is very basic. It has shuffle and repeat track/playlist. The unit will only read mp3 files in the root directory of the SD card; it will not read mp3 files that are in a folder. It will, however, read playlist (pls) files, which can have its source from one or more folders / sub folders. There are other limitations to the mp3 player:
    (i) you cannot delete tracks
    (ii) you cannot arrange/edit your playlists

    To edit/delete your tracks or playlists, you will need to do so in your computer, mobile device, or music device.

    - Picture Viewer
    You can load your photos via the SD card slot and view it on the screen.

    - Bluetooth Phone Hookup
    I'm, unfortunately, still using a cell phone that's doesn't have Bluetooth (it's one of those antiquated phones reminiscent of the cell phones from the 90's) so I'm unable to test this feature. But I'm able to tell you it's a feature that allows you to hook up your phone to the GPS unit via Bluetooth so you can use the GPS unit as a handsfree console. Now, that's pretty nifty.

    Conclusion
    ----------
    The Garmin n¨švi 360 is a very affordable In-Car GPS Solution. Apart from the cumbersome interface (A-Z keys) for entering your destination, I really don't have very much else to complain about it. Highly recommended!
    ...more info
  • Our WHole Family Loves it
    We first bought one for our 26 year old son and it was so great we bought another for our 23 year old son. Now I splurged on one for myself because it is soooooo much better than the factory GPS system in my Infiniti....more info
  • Garmin Nuvi 3.5 inch
    This is my second Garmin and overall it's a great GPS. Sometimes it takes me the longer route when I know there is a shorter option available. In those cases I just go off course and it just recalculates. It picks up on recalculating fairly quickly. My old Garmin used to take forever. I would recommend this product for new GPS users or people that don't need too much flashy detail with their GPS. It's pretty simple to use with some cool features. ...more info
  • Great unit!
    This is my first GPS and I like it a lot. Some things I wish I knew when I was buying it: it comes with a leather case that says Garmin, it comes with a car charger, and the free shipping takes FOREVER. I bought a leather case not knowing it came with one. Also, the shipping took 9 business days via USPS - I would have paid to have it shipped faster.

    The only problems I have had so far is that it does not pick up a store I was going to that I already knew where it was even if I type in the address and also I can't figure out how to keep the settings I choose. I chose the british voice and it goes back to the American voice when I shut it off and turn back on.

    I like the bluetooth feature, my blackberry picked it up right away and its ready to go. This is easy to use and the CD manual is fine and has a lot of info. I agree with others that I would rather have a paper copy. I also was able to get a free map upgrade when I registered the product online. That was great. I am very happy with this unit and would recommend it to anyone. ...more info
  • An Overall Evaluation
    I'm thinking what info would help a prospective GPS user; after all a lot has been detailed by users already. Here's my 2 cents.
    I narrowed my choices to a Garmin or TomTom after being led to believe from other reading that these 2 companies were at the forefront and likely System Engineered most extensively. Since people uniformly reported very poor FM transmits and Mp3 capabilities, I was looking for solid GPS functions (US/Canada) only with good value (not premium big screens). I was led to the nuvi 360. I later realized that just last year i went through a similar exercise for my daughter and independently had reached the same model for her. So if your needs are similar to mine I'd suggest this model.
    The suction cup mount is no good but I guess that is a generic issue with GPS mounts in general. The nuvi 360 speech is often garbled when it speaks street names. My sense is it puts together stored syllables to pronounce a name but the timing is not accurate making syllables overlap and therefore incoherent at times. In NY/CT/NJ areas I can figure out what it is trying to say b/c I have a sense of names. Memorial weekend in IL/Chicago area made the shortcoming clear.
    I agree, that tracking maps, signal locking and screen clarity are generally good. But at times it did not speak turns even though it showed it - I would have missed turns if not watching the screen.
    I picked an iRiver (AFT 100) $12 FM transmitter and am able to play music from the SD card in the nuvi360 slot. I'm no discerning audio buff but witin the db levels of (say) a Hertz Camry it sounded like an FM station. Can't say there was a lot of interference by other FM stations. Paired nicely with the Verizon mobile phone but phone conversation in a car, I'd say is better with with a bluetooth phone earpiece instead of the nuvi360. My old Mio didn't hold charge forcing me to keep it plugged in to avoid a long wait before use. Haven't had that problem with the nuvi360. Store it in the glove box overnight, it works when I plug into car outlet. I have not really analyzed software quirks - I'm sure it can be refined for usability. But its very usable as is already. So far, maps in US/Canada (British Columbia/Seattle areas) seem updated. God, for just not having to read street names in the dark of NCarolina (Durham area) I was thankful. For about $160, its good solid value; You won't feel you overpaid for a hokey gizmo or features.
    ...more info
  • Great Buy
    This is my first GPS and so far I like it! The screen is a great size, the graphics are clear and you can zoom in and out of the map, so you can anticipate where you are going. I haven't had any trouble reaching a satellite signal, which I hear is a common problem on many GPSs. It was very easy to set up and it is easy to use.

    The search feature to find local businesses is great! Probably the most useful tool on this GPS for me. The only con I have is that the on-screen keyboard is not a QWERTY. It's in alphabetical order and it makes typing inconvenient....more info
  • takes you where you want to go
    This is my first GPS device, and so far it's been a delight to use. In the San Franciso Bay Area where I live, I use to find optimal routes to the the places I often go, and it invariably finds routes that I wouldn't have thought of. Even more amazing is that the predicted arrival times are within a couple of minutes of the actual ones, and they adjust in real time if you get stuck in traffic. The device is also useful in finding restaurants and stores in the vicinity, although many of the listed ones have moved or are out of business....more info
  • Garmin 350
    The Garmin performs flawlessly. A very useful tool for long distance and local travel.
    BUT, it would be preferable to have an instruction book instead of the CD-ROM, so that one can keep it in the car for easy referance....more info
  • item great amazon handel the issue
    Item was sent to me was not new as advertised but amazon handel the issue they send me a new unit and I sent them the refrbished unit
    but as item its great and more than i bought so far 4 units of this item one for me one for my brother and 1 for my father in law new car ridgeLine and one for my friend
    ...more info