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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.
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.
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.
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)
I bought this as I have no sense of direction! It took ages to get a satellite 'fix', but worked ok in my Smart car, but wouldn't work at all in our family saloon. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Tina
After much consideration, I purchased the iCN 510 several years ago as an ex display model from a major high street auto store. Read morePublished on 15 Nov 2010 by vocalist
I have had this system for a while now and yes it helps with getting from A to B. On the whole the unit is very easy to use and looks good. Read morePublished on 4 April 2009 by Mr. A. Clark
I have tried valiantly for 2 years to use my Navman ICN-510 sat nav and have now given up and bought a Tom tom which I should have done 2 years ago. Read morePublished on 26 Mar 2008 by The Vole
Right, the Navman 510 is one of my favourite sat-navs because of the price at the moment. Cheap as chips! Read morePublished on 24 Nov 2007 by matty james
Hi, I bought a Navman ICN 510 from someone. It's very silly of me but I took it home and I can't get it to work. Read morePublished on 19 Jun 2007 by Johnny Gray
I have run Tom Tom on a PDA and was fed up with a seperate aerial and poor battery and rebooting issues (problems with PDA). Read morePublished on 6 Mar 2006 by "gaeaf"
After much thought about buying a SAT NAV system I decided to take the plunge and go for a NAVMAN ICN-510. Read morePublished on 30 Jan 2006
I purchased Navman ICN 510 approximately 2 months ago for my father (he's a cab driver, who is hopeless when he has to take people to London!). Read morePublished on 2 Jan 2006