Garmin Nuvi 2200 3.5" Sat Nav with UK and Ireland Maps
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- Sat nav with preloaded mapping for UK and Ireland
- MyTrendsTM learns your driving habits to predict destinations based on time of day and location
- Save money and fuel and reduce your carbon footprint with ecoRouteTM software for fuel-efficient navigation
- Unique CyclopsTM directional safety camera alerts (includes fixed camera and mobile positions) with speed limits
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Model: nüvi 2200 - UK and Ireland
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New compact 3-5-inch GPS Satnav from Garmin. Pre-loaded with street-level maps of Ireland and UK, and featuring a high quality colour touchscreen display, spoken directions, myTrends technology and lots more. With Loc8 codes for Ireland.
nüvi 2200 is preloaded with City Navigator® NT street maps for UK and Ireland and has premium navigation features. Text to speech speaks upcoming street names as you approach for extra route awareness so you can keep your eyes on the road, not on the sat nav.
The integrated, unique Cyclops™ safety camera warning system gives real-time, direction-relevant and accurate alerts with overspeed warning as you approach one of hundreds of fixed, mobile, variable limit and temporary safety cameras. nüvi 2200 also enables you to correct and update road speeds and share your changes with other users via USB.
Multi-route preview shows your available routes on the map for visual comparison before selecting your preferred journey and the ecoRoute™ fuel-saver feature helps you save money and fuel and reduce your carbon footprint with the option to follow the ‘less fuel’ route to your destination. ecoRoute also helps you to develop more efficient driving habits, calculates trip cost and enables accurate expense reporting.
Experience complete door-to-door navigation with nüvi 2200s pedestrian navigation capabilities. Purchase optional cityXplorer mapping for directions including places you wouldn't be accessing in your car - including footpaths and shortcuts through parks. It also tells you where to catch trains, buses and tubes (dependent on the city) and how long it will take you to reach your destination. cityXplorer even contains public transport timetables to ensure you arrive at the station on time and avoid delays and long waits (dependent on the city). When continuing the journey on foot, nüvi 2200 uses Park Position Recall to automatically mark and help you navigate back to the place you park – ideal when leaving your vehicle on an unfamiliar road or busy retail complex.
The Where am I? emergency locator is a useful safety feature if you break down or need a local service urgently. Simply tap the car icon on the map screen to view your exact coordinates, nearest address and junction, the contact details for local vehicle recovery services and directions to hospitals, police and petrol stations nearby.See all Product description
Top customer reviews
As I am becoming more used to it the more I like it.
Looking forward to a European adventure with the device.
It has got me to Aberystwyth and back, easily navigating the farm tracks that pass for A and B roads in that part of the world. The quirks such as reading out road numbers in long hand and using street names instead of road numbers when giving directions don't bother me in the least. I like the speed warnings function and, with the below mentioned proviso, it's marvelous to be able to drive without having to ask oneself "I wonder if there's a speed limit on this stretch of road?" having failed to notice a sign hidden behind a hedge.
I've only given the Nuvi 2240 four stars because I've noticed that the Garmin mapping can sometimes be a little wayward in spite of downloading an update just a few days ago. Today I noticed that new 40 mph speed limits on some roads in my area, set well over six months ago, are still showing as 60 mph on the Garmin. Also, it got lost on the A4232 outside Cardiff failing to annouce the turn off for Leckwith Road. I knew the way, anyway, and decided to carry on and check out what would happen. I noticed that the display was actually showing a left turn as I passed the junction and the device then found its voice and announced that it was recalculating a number of times, but failed miserably. I took the next turn off, stopped in an Asda car park and re-input the destination which the Nuvi then found easily. I'm still more than happy with it though. I can forgive a few mistakes.
I have to say that it was/is a dream to use in both the UK and the US. Another reviewer mentioned the way road numbers are, as it were, spoken in full eg. A123 would be given as "A one hundred and twenty three" but, you soon get used to it. Apart from that and bearing in mind that it is priced towards the 'lower end' of the sat nav market it does exactly what was expected in that it gets you from A to B - no problem. If you miss a turn then it quickly "re-calculates" you back on track. OK, the display is not the all singing and dancing with trees and road signs like some 'top end' sat navs but hey, what are you supposed to be doing here, driving a vehicle or watching the tele? Oh, and try downloading exact location co-ordinates from the Satellite Signals website to get spot on locations.
Only one criticism: when I missed a turning or failed to follow an instruction and "recalculating" took over I found myself in cul de sacs and all sorts! Probably my own fault for not following the instuctions in the first place!
Most recent customer reviews
I have had mine for at least a year now. It works well for the price.