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Navigon 2210 Satellite Navigation System - Full Europe

by Navigon

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  • 3.5" screen
  • Full Europe 40 countries maps
  • Speed limits and lane selection assistance
  • Text-to-speech announces turns and road names
  • Speed Safety camera info pre-installed

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Garmin nüvi 140T
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 1.7 x 7.2 cm ; 122 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 458 g
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Item model number: B09020309
  • ASIN: B001EYU4OI
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 27 Aug. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 166,732 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Box Contains

  • Navigon 2210 satellite navigation system
  • Car charger
  • Manual and CD
  • Standard screen holder
  • Europe maps pre-installed in memory

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    45 of 45 people found the following review helpful By R. Kent on 3 Nov. 2008
    I bought the new 2210 direct from Navigon as there are a few stock issues with it, also bought it without reading a proper review, but hey someone's got to be first!

    A compact box houses the sat-nav, charge lead (incorporating the traffic aerial), USB cable and suction mounts and cradle. A case would have been appreciated as its bound to get scratched. I previously had a Garmin Nuvi 350 and the GTM12 traffic receiver and really wanted something equal or better to that so it had to have TTS, Europe maps and have traffic. The 2210 has all of these and is much faster calculating and drawing the routes which is what you'd expect from a newer satnav. The unit itself is very compact and sleek and is not much bigger than the screen.

    I was a bit worried about the traffic working correctly being that the aerial is further down in the car but it picked it up fine (slower than the GTM12) and seemed to have more information then before.

    I haven't had a chance to try out the lane assist where is shows you what exit to take but a handy feature is displaying the current speed limit on the screen and warning you if you go over it (all configurable). Also the advance warnings are good saying things like 'In 400 yds take the second exit at the roundabout' whereas the Garmin didn't do that until you were there!

    There seems to be plenty of POIs but the big downside is the inability to add your own via an external tool like POILoader with the Garmin so you are stuck with the ones that come with the unit. Also there seems to be only one TTS voice a female called Emily and it would have been nice to have a choice of voices.
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    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By J. Liebenberg on 10 Dec. 2008
    I bought my Navigon 2210 about a month ago and have used it quite a few times now. This has to be the best sat nav that I have owned to date. I have had a TomTom and a Navman and this one just beats the socks off them.

    This is one compact little unit that if you don't use it you can carry in your pocket without any problems. That way you wont tempt any thieves to nick it.

    Navigon have included European maps and free traffic updates in this unit and at a very good price. The lane assist pro that you get with the model is something that is quite useful if you are new to certain places. The traffic updates have been spot on every time. The speed cameras even showed the new average speed cameras in areas where road works are carried out.

    I like the compact size but if size matters to you then you may want to look at the Max models which are bigger.

    The user interface takes a bit of getting used to but now that I have used it a few times it is easy to use without consulting the manual which is on a cd not a booklet.

    To sum up you get a sat nav with all the bells and whistles that could cost you a whole lot more if you choose a different brand. It also looks great and more expensive than the other sat navs on the market.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Savvas on 30 Mar. 2009
    Positives
    1) One day delivery was excellent
    2) Navigon customer service on the phone are excellent too
    3) Navigating in UK has worked perfectly so far. Tried it in countryside, through small roads (not even B classified), and it had all of them and never got lost
    4) Tried various options - (optimum route, scenic route, avoid highways, 2D/3D display, changing my route intentionally to force it to recalculate the route) - hasn't let me down yet
    5) 3.5" screen is very clear and easy to use. Touchpad works fine. Extra £20 for max version might be worth it for a bit more space. No issues though with 3.5"
    6) Most fun way for me to use is to find small villages in a normal map, plug in the details on Navigon, and then enjoy the drive avoiding highways

    So and so
    1) Takes a while to find satellites initially. Try to be at ground level with open space. Specify a location to navigate to, and leave it on until it finds the satellites. After first time it will load up very fast
    2) The traffic management works so and so, but perhaps I haven't set it up properly or the antenna is not placed properly
    3) Once plugged to the computer it doesn't allow you to use it, apart from updating it through Navigon Fresh

    Need to know
    1) If you want to use the Navigon Fresh map updates, you need to buy an SD card. I'm going to try the 4GB SDHC which according to Navigon is compatible
    2) I'm getting the case and the charger also. If charger allows you to charge it and use it at the same time will be very handy
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Roberto Beggi on 17 Mar. 2009
    I came to buy a satnav system after using a couple (TomTom and Garmin)and being left utterly bored by them.
    The Navigon 2210 will pleasantly surprise you and it definitely boasts many advantages over its competition:
    - Good design: if you like your gadgets, you will love the casing with metal trim (not to mention the fact that it's so small) and the look of the software: finally an interface that looks engaging, even at its entry level (love the map design, direction/road section and logo reproductions for things like petrol stations, hotels, etc.).
    - Extra features: some features that are still considered premium deliverables by other manufacturers are here included as standard. This allows you to use lane-assist, reality view for large junctions, speed assistance, traffic control and speed camera information, plus a few other little features.
    Navigon are definitely raising the bar here, while looking at interesting new features as the NEW extras for the market.
    - Easy to use and very reactive upon route change (it recalculates a new route very quickly).

    The minor negatives I have seen after a couple of months are:
    - Speed limits are sometimes inaccurate.
    - Some out of date POIs, even on recent maps (the point above may be down to map inaccuracies too)
    - The advised route is not always the most practical, although I have the impression that the system can "learn" better options (but that remains to be confirmed. A learn feature would however be very useful for the whole user base).
    - It would be nice to be able to configure the type of warning that is given for speed cameras (I think TomTom's beep is more effective than the navigation voice calling "Traffic Control").
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