3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Did a fair bit of research before plumping for this one. I'm giving it 4 stars but 3 stars was tempting for the reasons given later. My priority is accurate traffic reports automatically giving the quickest routing.
I've used it for 12 hours now, town and country, and I'm fairly convinced this is as good a solution as is currently available. I know the best Garmins shade this one in the reviews, but it does seem that they don't have the traffic 'knowledge' ie knowing the best routes for different times of day, that TomTom has. Add to that 3 years live services (speed cameras, map updates, and traffic) plus European maps included this seems like a good deal.
So onto the… Read more
41 of 44 people found the following review helpful
I spent a fair bit of time over choosing the Sonocaddie, my first foray into golf gps systems.
Lots of positive points about the Sonocaddie, as mentioned in the other reviews, particularly the cheap or, for the UK courses, free subscription.
But I just need to redress the balance slightly by highlighting some negatives that aren't obvious from the product description or the reviews:
1) The course are mapped only from satellite photos, and only tend to include bunkers and some (not all) water hazards. The hole overviews are very generic, and the examples I've seen make no mention of out of bounds, aiming points, layup distances etc.
A particularly bad… Read more