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Garmin nuvi 3760T 4.3" Sat Nav with UK and Full Europe Maps, Traffic Alerts and Bluetooth

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  • Award-winning, thinnest-ever, stylish and blade-like sat nav
  • Bursting with all-new navigation features plus multi-touch screen and dual-orientation display
  • Lane Assist with PhotoReal™ Junction View illustrates lane selection with accurate signage and landscape detail
  • NüRoute™ technology with trafficTrends™ and myTrends™ predicts your regular journeys and learns historic traffic patterns
  • Essential navigation features: subscription-free lifetime pan-European traffic, Bluetooth® hands-free calling and Cyclops™ speed cameras
Please note: The car charger for this product should be attached to the sat nav mount and not the sat nav itself.

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.9 x 12.2 x 7.5 cm ; 113 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 558 g
  • Item model number: 010-00858-11
  • ASIN: B003JFKOZ4
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 26 April 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 42,710 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

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Screen Size 4.3" 4.3" 4.3" 5" 5" 5"
Map Coverage UK/ROI UK/ROI and Full Europe UK/ROI and Full Europe UK/ROI and Full Europe UK/ROI and Full Europe UK/ROI and Full Europe
Free Lifetime Map Updates Yes Yes Yes
Free Lifetime Traffic Alerts RDS Traffic RDS Traffic RDS Traffic RDS Traffic Digital Traffic
Lane Assist Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Junction View PhotoReal Junction View PhotoReal Junction View PhotoReal and BirdsEye Junction View PhotoReal and BirdsEye Junction View PhotoReal and BirdsEye Junction View PhotoReal and BirdsEye Junction View
Active Lane Guidance Yes Yes
Garmin Real Directions Yes Yes
Pinch to zoom Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Bluetooth for hands-free calling Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Automatic Voice Control Yes Yes Yes Yes
3D Buildings, Landmarks and Terrain Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Up Ahead Points of Interest Yes Yes
Smartphone Link Yes Yes Yes Yes
Dual Orientation Display Automatic Automatic Automatic Automatic Automatic Automatic
Magnetic Mount Yes Yes

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Customer Reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By S. Bailey on 15 Nov. 2010
It's a really beautiful GPS. Super slim and slips easily into a pocket, with fantastic screen resolution. Navigation and accuracy is typical Garmin - very good. Usability is also excellent. You won't need to use the manual, its easy to pick up and use straight away with a bit of common sense. I also find its sluggish at times - but I'm comparing it to the Apple touch screens. It actually works fine 90% of the time. The screen resolution is a major upgrade, so much so you'll hate using anything older!

My only gripe is the traffic (hence not 5 stars). Its not accurate at all. 4 out of 5 times it reports hold ups and accidents that have completely cleared (I know because I ignored its advice and did not divert). It does get it right sometimes - not often enough to make it worthwhile buying it based on its traffic credentials.

Overall, I like it so much I'm thinking of buying a second one.
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75 of 76 people found the following review helpful By G. Blanchford on 17 Jan. 2011
For the past seven years I have used a Garmin Street Pilot 111 de lux and would still be using it if Garmin had not stopped updateing maps for it in 2009. So I looked carefully at what was on the Market and narrowed it down to the Garmin 1695,3760T, or 3790. I really wanted the five inch screen which the 1695 has as we use a motorhome and it is some distance from the passenger seat to where the Garmin would be sitting, but ruled it out mostly because as far as we are concerned garmin had tried to produce an all singing all dancing unit 90% of which we would not use. We do about seven thousand miles a year all over Europe and we wanted a good basic clear screened no nonsense navigator.
We turned to the 3760 and 3790, we were not interested in voice controlled so ruled out the 3790 and that left us with the 3760T. Delivered by Amazon very speedly, I got stuck straight into sorting out how it worked. The high resolution screen is a pleasure to look at, it locked into the satelites very quickly so I then carefull read the instructions and linked it to my computer, the computer sorted the drivers and took me through to garmin and found the 3760T without problems. It informed me that I needed to update my maps. This was a long process and took about three hours, but may be faster depending on the speed of your broadband (mine was 4mbs). The update went smoothly and my garmin was up to date and registered with Garmin. The screen was fast, flipping through the menus fast and easy. So far so good.
I am using it on the garmin sandbag type base which we had found worked well with the previous Garmin. So it was out to test on the road. I live in Guernsey, 9miles by 3 miles with a mass of small lanes so a real test for its accuracy where lanes interlink within meters of each other.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Dave on 4 Dec. 2010
First things first; it looks great; a bit like an iPod with similar touch sensitive screen. It will therefore fit in your jacket pocket and will change orientation as you turn it so you can use it for navigating on foot in portrait or landscape mode. It starts really quickly and if you keep it in standby, it starts instantly which is a huge improvement over my fiancée's Garmin 760 I've been using recently. The screen is very clear and hi-res.

However, the traffic facility is of limited use; not because it doesn't work but because not every road is covered. It may direct you away from one lot of traffic and straight into another lot it didn't know about. However, the timings are generally more accurate than the 760 which was over-optimistic even on a clear road as it allowed no time for traffic lights or road junctions. The junction view is largely a gimmick which looks impressive but by the time you've looked at the nice picture you'll have missed your turn. Similarly the lane guidance is useful but not always accurate - for example it sometimes shows 4 lanes when there are only three.

The biggest issue is the routes which are largely excellent, but it does have a tendency to direct you off motorways then back on again. It even happened locally where it directed me to turn into a slip road in front of shops then back on to the main road. As with any Sat Nav you should never use it blind and it's pretty easy to look where it's directing you and to spot that it's taking a short detour. If you do decide to completely ignore the route it offers, it doesn't keep telling you to make U-turn unlike the 760 which would nag you for miles. However route re-calculation is slower than the 760 possibly because it's having to deal with traffic data.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By CJE on 5 Sept. 2010
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This was bought to replace a Garmin Nuvi 670 which was never the same after a Garmin update, & would freeze up at the fist sign of a junction, needing a re-boot.... very annoying. The battery life had also reduced to minutes.

This unit works fine (much as my 670 when I first had it), but has a much clearer screen, with better graphics. The addition of lane identification is also extremely useful. One criticism is that the speed camera "bong" (another £20) is similar to that of an aircraft stewardess button, & too quiet. I got into GPS navigation over 10 years ago, prior to it being popular, using a Palm Tungsten T3 & mapping software. Being PDA based, all displays were taller, rather than wider, which is far more intuitive, & you drove up the screen.... the 3760T supports this very well. Its also much thinner, & genuinely slips into an inside pocket of a jacket. We recently used it to navigate Valencia on foot, & it was very good at that, getting us to the door of the hotel from the train station. (It also worked in the plane next to the window!!!)
Minus points..... The glossy screen is a fingerprint magnet, but looks good when clean! The speaker is build into the mount, & yet another change of plug connection means I have to rewire the hard wired plug in the car. Needless to say my old Garmin mains adapter won't fit either, so more money for Garmin if I want to charge it out of the car.

Overall its a great unit, a bit pricey, but the best one I've owned yet.
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