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Garmin Nuvi 1370 4.3" Sat Nav with UK, Full Europe, USA and Canada Maps and Bluetooth

4.1 out of 5 stars 59 customer reviews

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  • Street-level mapping for UK, Ireland, Western, Eastern Europe and North America (60-Day nüMaps™ Guarantee)
  • Bluetooth® wireless technology for hands-free calling through your Garmin sat-nav
  • Built-in Cyclops™ speed camera database (includes fixed camera locations and mobile hot-spots)
  • Lane Assist - illustrates the correct lane choice for upcoming turns and exits
  • 4.3 inch wide touchscreen display, sleek, ultra-slim design that fits easily in your pocket.
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.2 x 1.5 x 7.4 cm ; 136 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 558 g
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Item model number: 010-00782-00
  • ASIN: B001U0O7RQ
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 16 April 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 66,418 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Box Contains

  • nüvi 1370, preloaded City Navigator® North America and Europe NT
  • Vehicle suction cup mount
  • Vehicle power cable
  • USB cable
  • Dashboard disc
  • Quick start manual



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    Having read other reviews about how long it took to locate satellites this was a concern but when you discover that its only an issue when you travel a great distance (fly for example) then you soon adapt and simply switch it on as soon as you can and let it discover where you are. We have used it in the UK, USA and now Europe and its has got us where we wanted to go every time and with a good degree of accuracy using an excellent display. When we have missed a turning you don't get told to perform a U turn it recalculates in seconds and away you go. We have used the walking mode to locate a chemist in Washington DC and the range of places it can has available is enormous, we wanted to locate a Grocer near where we were staying and it listed dozens and not all were chain store shops!

    I don't normally like to recommend things but I would this Sat Nav.
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    I did quite a bit of research into the various makes of Satellite Navigation systems offering similar packages to the Nuvi 1370; coverage of both Europe and North American being the principal requirement. I used the equipment for about a month in UK before taking it for a three-weeks fly-drive holiday in California. It performed faultlessly in both locations; there were no problems acquiring satellites at any time in either continent; all the features used worked well, particularly the speed-limit and speed camera locations features; it found motels and petrol stations when requested. The manual supplied is pretty basic, but it is easy to download the full version from Garmin's website. I can recommend the Nuvi 1370 to any potential users.
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    I bought this for a trip to Holland in April, and because I will be driving in New Jersey later in the year. It got me to Holland really quickly and painlessly, but on the way back it tried to navigate me into a field; literally. I think I may have been driving too fast as I hadn't allowed enough time to get the ferry, which I missed though I can't blame the sat nav for that. Apart from this mishap where it really did seem to have trouble updating itself, the unit has been fine. I've seen the next model up has a much more detailed lane assist showing a 3D picture of a motorway junction and a Nike style swoosh arrow. This one just shows arrows in the top LHS, though I find that pretty good. I have had a situation where a 3D picture would have avoided a missed junction, though it was a very minor junction in Belgium and I bet this particular junction wouldn't have been 3Deed on the next model up.

    Sat Navs have come on a lot in the past few years and this is a definite step up from my previous unit. In fact, other members of the family like it which is in complete contrast to my previous gobby unit. There's some nice touches like the "where am I" feature which tells you where you are - something annoying about my last one I couldn't work out what junction I'd just passed on the motorway, whereas now I can, and find the nearest petrol station, hospital etc..

    I've read that other people have had technical problems. There is something a bit odd when hooking up to the internet, when it suspects you may have a stolen device. I wonder if that results in people's units stopping working. I made sure I drove to my house on Sat Nav a few times so it registered where I lived was "Home", it then registered fine and hasn't suspiciously shut down.
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    I bought this Sat Nav in anticipation of my family trip to the US in which we will be covering over 3,500 miles. If you are going to do a lot of driving in the US it is better to buy one than rent for somewhere in the neighbourhood of $40 - $65 per week. Although I have not used it in the US yet I have used it in the UK and I found no fault with it.

    You need to set this piece of kit up properly otherwise it might not work properly when you get to the US, the reason being this Sat Nav comes with the all the 4GB space used up with both the European and North America maps, for this reason it is really slow to load the maps and that may be the reason for some of the negative comments. So what can you do to prevent this?

    What I did was register the Sat Nav with Garmin, and in doing this you get the latest map updates and option of how you want to set up your Sat Nav. If you try to update all the maps I can guarantee you will run out of space and the update will not succeed. So what I did was remove the European Map from the unit and only update the North America map, as I already have another Sat Nav for Europe. I ordered a 16GB Micro SD card from Amazon for £6.27 and loaded the European map onto the SD card, the Garmin Map Updater software will give you the option to do this through the "View Options" button at the bottom left hand corner of the Garmin Map Updater software. So I have the North America Map on the Sat Nav, and the European Map on the Micro SD card.

    You can also save more space by backing up the files on the Sat Nav to your computer or USB stick, and deleting all the languages you do not speak from the "Voice" folder, all the files from the "Keyboard" folder just leaving en_GB.kbd and en_US.
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