Navman Mio C220 SatNav - UK & Ireland
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- Speed Camera warnings
- Tele Atlas map of Bristish Isles pre-installed with 7 didgit postcode
- Touch screeen for fast easy entry
- Advanced GPS technology receives signals much quicker
- simple to use
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mio C220 is the next generation of Sat Navs. The Mio C220 is simple, straightforward, and easy to use. It sets the standard of what the basic navigation system should offer, latest Tele Atlas maps, speed camera alerts, points of interest, pedestrian mode, touch screen, voice guidance, TMC compatibility and many other features
Top Customer Reviews
Here's the skinny...this is my THIRD GPS system, by a slight margin the cheapest, and invariably the best.
1. The first was TomTom mobile on a Nokia 6680 (all in 250 quid-ish) which was reasonable, but no touch-screen and a small screen.... but still does the job.
2. Finally bit the bullet and bought a Garmin. Read a lot of positive's about Garmin and decided to buy a Nuvi, that set me back about 400 quid. I was pleasantly surprised, as it had a nice touch screen and performed the job, A to B.
3. My Garmin got nicked, so I bought a Mio C220....no mp3/handsfree bells and whistles, gps pure and simple...it cost about a quarter of the Garmin, so wasn't expecting much.... Was I blown away!!
The interface is two generations ahead of TomTom and three generations ahead of Garmin. The mapping is flawless. They have East European maps, so you can drive to croatia with these things, maps being teleatlas and cheaper than iether TomTom's or Garmin's. I thought it was a 'budget buy', but it beat Garmin and TomTom hands down, in terms of usability, portability, screen brightness, GPS reception, speech synthesis, POI's and more. Honestly, I can't think of a single positive of Garmin or TomTom compared to Mio within this price range (except the tomtom 720 has speech recognition, admittedly with faults). This obscure little Belgian company has just thrashed the big boys...
You might be satisfied with a Garmin, but after you use a Mio for a week you can never go back to Garmin...and before you ask...no, I'm in no way affiliated to Mio! :-)
reported problem to "mio"they say they are not at fault they take their mapping through tele atlas, to which i have reported a fault in their
map of my area so up to now i cannot use because i know mapping is wrong
will be returning for refund