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I like it but...,
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No mains charger, even though it needs 5 hours of charge at first (who wants to sit in the car that long). No lap top lead and no instruction book. This hides the true cost of the device, i.e. inital cost plus the cost of the lead and transformer. Six speed indication errors in the first three days of use, even after I believed I had updated the maps.
Large clear screen that I can see even without my reading glasses. Clear vocal instructions.
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Initial post: 21 Jul 2013 22:51:56 BDT
J. M. Bailey says:
You can plug it in while you drive you know?
In reply to an earlier post on 17 Nov 2013 14:49:00 GMT
Mr. A. O. Clarke says:
Please don't blame the unit for missed speed limits. Speed limits can take 3 years or more to register on the database ALL the manufacturers use. Your own eyes are recommended here!
In reply to an earlier post on 17 Nov 2013 15:23:41 GMT
Thanks for your comments on my review, though I can't remember what I put, I really like the unit. Having the speed limits on the devise is only any good if it can be relied on, We stayed in Derbyshire outside Matlock where the speed limit changed from 30 to 40 and back again so much in one road, we held up fingers to remind us which sign we had just passed. This unit would have been great, but not if the info is wrong. If it's there it should be right, parental I know, but the consequences of it being wrong are dire. Regards Dave.
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