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Navman ICN-510 - In Car Navigation System

by Navman

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  • Compact, mobile, lightweight design
  • Transferable from vehicle to vehicle in seconds, no permanent installation required
  • Sleek multi-directional GPS receiver, high-resolution touch screen and infrered port for optional remote control
  • Drive Away" - works straight out of the box (Australia and Europe)
  • Custom points of interest
  • Trip Planner for setting multiple destinations enroute
  • Nearest POI search function
  • Total Mobility
  • All controlled via the easy-to-use touch screen interface
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Technical Details
BrandNavman
Item Weight3 Kg
Product Dimensions24 x 21.4 x 12.2 cm
Item model numberiCN 510 UK
Screen Size3.5 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB0006H2Z2I
Best Sellers Rank 120,878 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3 Kg
Date First Available15 Aug 2004
  
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Manufacturer's Description

The NEW Navman iCN 510 is a sleek, pocket sized, mobile GPS solution delivering outstanding performance, features and design. The iCN 510 encapsulates Navman style and quality in a compact system that delivers leading edge road navigation.

With its contemporary style and precision build quality the iCN 510 offers an outstanding wireless navigation system you can use in-car or on foot. The distinct iCN 510 characteristics include a lightweight casing, sleek multi-directional GPS receiver, high-resolution touch-screen, responsive menu system and infra-red port for optional remote control. The iCN 510 is a complete 'Drive-Away"' solution because it is pre-loaded with the very latest regional maps for your country from TeleAtlas and is also pre-powered out of the box. You can just 'Buy, Walkout of the store and Drive-Away'.

The iCN 510, driven by Navman SmartST" V3 software, is packed with superb features including 3D map view, voice guidance, postcode search, Back-on-Track" rerouting, 'Avoid Areas' so you can dodge the traffic 'hotspots' and customisable Points-of-interests. A new feature to SmartST" V3 is 'Active POIs'. This function allows you to set an alarm to tell you when a particular POI is approaching and also allows you to navigate to your nearest one, e.g petrol station. The Navman iCN 510 is sold with SmartST" V3 software, street-level mapping for the country of purchase and major road base maps for Western Europe.

Total Mobility
iCN 510 V3 Transferable Total MobilityThe iCN gives you leading edge navigation on-the-move, use it in-car or on-foot it's your choice. The sleek, lightweight design means it sits firmly in the palm of your hand and the responsive touchscreen enables you to effortlessly manage your journey, giving you total control over where you want to go.

Active Points-of-interest
iCN 510 V3 Transferable Active Points-of-interestSmartST" V3 now allows you to customise your points-of-interest. You can import new favourites such as restaurants, petrol stations and safety cameras and set an alarm so you know when you are approaching a particular POI. You can also navigate to the nearest POI during your journey such as the nearest petrol station or restaurant.

Drive-Away"
iCN 510 V3 Transferable Drive-Away"The Navman iCN 510 GPS is a complete 'Drive-Away' solution. The unit comes pre-loaded with Navman SmartST V3 software and road maps for the country of purchase. It also comes pre powered so you can use it straight out of the box. (Pan-European maps are available separately)


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54 of 54 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 4 April 2005
I have just taken delivery of my Navman iCN 510 and am very pleased with it. It works perfectly in my VW Passat (I was a bit worried as it has a heat reflective windscreen) and the voice guidance is clear and concise.
I have already used it fairly extensively across the midlands and south east. I have noticed a couple of new roads missing i.e. the Braintree Bypass and a new link road between the A50 and Pride Park in Derby but other than that, every route has been pretty much perfect. I have a friend with TomTom maps and they seem to be less up to date than mine but I guess you can upgrade either pretty easily when new maps become available.
I have downloaded 'points of interest' and speed camera locations with no problem and found it very user friendly.
I would highly recommend this product to anyone who travels the country.
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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 5 April 2005
I've had this unit for a couple of weeks now and have mainly used it while driving around London. Contrary to one of the other reviewers, I have found that it typically manages to get a fix within just a couple of minutes of starting and manages to maintain its position even in built up city streets. The routing software seems to pick pretty sensible routes with the default settings and it knows all about the congestion charging zone and will avoid it if you want!
A minor niggle is that the supplied SD card is not big enough to also hold the European base maps and the postcode search is a bit quirky, but overall I would not hesitate to recommend this device.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By acr on 10 Jun 2005
On the whole it is a very good SatNav. It very small but has a big screen. It fits nicely into a shirt pocket and the mount is secure. It is well priced compared to other satnavs and comes with the ability to download points of interest. I have downloaded the position of GATSO cameras and Red light cameras. I am not one for breaking the law but it is a comfort to know you havent inadvertantly forgotton one. You get a nice warning sound when you approach a site. Another nice feature is that the unit can tell your speed and then warn you if you go over it. There are however some downsides. The four way toggle incorporates an enter button when you push. No matter how much I try I keep getting the up or down function when I try to push the button. This is really frustrating. My advice is get the optional remote. The sound could be better. The unit has locked up on me when I tried to upgrade the software involving an email to Navman. Useless at navigating in London. It will try and send you down no entries and NO lefts/right turns. It cannot process a new route fast enough in London so if you go wrong your buggered. However on the other routes I have used it for it has been spot on. Its like any technology, it is a tool not the answer to life the universe and everything!!!
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45 of 46 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 21 Sep 2005
I have now owned the navman for six months
Ease of use and the amazing accuracy with which it directs me to my appointments remove much of the stress from my working day. I have just returned from Portugal and it directed me around the Algarve with no difficulty. I recently visited friends in London and felt none of the usual stress of navigating my way through the capital. Having the unit is like having someone in the car with you who knows where you want to go and can guide you there every step of the way. If you take a wrong route ,or have to be diverted ,it will automatically recalculate your route in seconds and relentlessly guide you back on to the correct path. After struggling with maps and a-z guides for the last thirty years this is a gift. Three friends have bought them on my recommendation and have been equally pleased.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Linda a clinker on 9 Aug 2005
I bought this unit after it was rated "Best Buy" in Auto Express magazine and I'm absolutely thrilled with it!
The first time I used it was on a five-hour drive with numerable stop-offs on several routes and not once did it let me down. First of all, it worked straight out of the box: I switched it on, punched in the postcode and off I went! The directions given are clear and concise. The screen displays all the info you need: what road you are on and where you are heading, what your next move will be and in what distance, etc. Also, I was most impressed by the way it zooms in on roundabouts, the very neat trick of telling you to "stay right" if the lanes on a motorway split off and the speed in which it re-directs you if you have to make a detour from the route it has originally calculated.
It really takes the stress out of driving long-distance over a complicated route!
(My only mini-gripe would be that the speaker is next to useless. Forget trying to listen to music (even quietly) while using the unit. However, this was solved by purchasing a small set of powered speakers and taking a feed from the Navman's headphone out socket.)
But overall? I highly recommend the Navman ICN-510.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 7 Sep 2005
Lovely looking unit.If you are going to use this put it into the car a couple of minutes before you leave home to guarantee a quick gps signal.Ive had this unit for 3 months now and it has NEVER lost its satellite signal.You can hear the directions above your car stereo and the 3d images are so easy to read.Only gripe I would have is trying to download speed camera sites onto the unit,very long winded but not impossible.All my mates agree that it is by far and away the nicest looking unit on the market today
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