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3.8 out of 5 stars
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3.8 out of 5 stars
Memory Map 250 Bike GPS Trip Computer
Price:£46.87+ Free shipping with Amazon Prime


on 27 July 2017
ordered this on 26/07/2017 estimated order delivery was for sometime next week, received it today, so this review is not about the product(it's not for me) but the first class service from performance products, outstanding service well done.
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on 7 August 2016
Firstly it gives you wrong download. Which does not work. Upon using help icon in software it sends you to updated software. Uninstall and install new software, not a good start. Instructions are in Chinese and some sort of English, makes setting up a bit awkward first off. Once you get the idea of the unit it works a dream. Readings are great. Updates on screen are quick and easy to read. You can quickly flick through menu and display info as you ride. Unit worked prefectly for riding and hiking. Maps and route plotting was lovely on PC. But trying via two different PCs I still cannot get it to share anything to facebook.
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on 15 December 2013
paid for itself in less than a week with the lack of stress knowing your sat nav will not lead you down a blind alley and tmc is a good function too
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on 10 September 2013
this truck sat nav is first class, re-routes if you miss a junction in seconds warns of bends, steep hills just put in your trailer size and it make light work takes the stress out of your day, the best £209 ive spent
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on 26 March 2014
This review is for the Sirius S2500 Pro (which I own) but since it shares many features of its bigger brother the Truckmate Pro, I thought I ought to point out it's shortcomings to prospective purchasers, such as:-

*The display is quite hard to see clearly at times in bright daylight.
*The spoken directions are often bizarre (e.g., telling you to go left when you need to go right, or left when you need to go straight ahead).
*The TMC traffic feature is very intermittent and the symbol for it is sometimes hidden behind the speed cameras icon (which could be a problem in specs areas as the speed cameras symbol stays on throughout the specs area).
*The sound is poor quality and distorts quite badly if turned up beyond about 50%.
*The route planning if often quite weird and will sometimes try to direct you down non-existent or blocked-off roads. Spoken directions are sometimes given at inappropriate times, resulting in confusion as to which turning to actually take.
*The speed cameras option is relatively expensive and doesn't contain some mobile speed trap sites.
*Lane guidance is not always correct. For instance, driving north up the M5 towards the M42 turnoff, the sat nav will show an image of two new lanes on the right for traffic staying on the M5, when actually, the only new lanes are on the left for traffic that wants to exit onto the M42 via the slip road.
*Whoever wrote the instruction manual doesn't know their right from left (bear that in mind when reading it).

The device does have some good points however. The mount is nice and secure and the display has many colour choices for the maps (some are not so good though as [for instance] one shows some of the roads in red, which is the same colour as the planned route [so it's hard to tell which is which at times], while another shows some roads as almost the same shade of blue as the motorways). Apart from the problem with the TMC icon mentioned above, the display is generally well laid out and pleasing on the eye. The device is also pretty intuitive to set up and picks up the satellite signal quite quickly, so despite the limitations I have mentioned above, it is worthy of consideration, especially if you need the special truckers features.
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on 15 April 2016
Great priced item. I had a Mio Cyclo 250 I returned it twice for repair never still not working properly and warranty has now expired. i am hoping that this Memory Map deivice will be pukka once I get out on the road weather permitting.
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on 3 December 2014
would highly recommend- great interface , routes correct 97% time don't forget common sense , tmc is a positive feature, good quality fixture for windscreen. not cheap but worth the money for HGV drivers .
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on 12 July 2015
What a load of rubbish. Not what the picture is showing. Have had to send 2 back. Well amazon need to sort it out as it is missleading. Would give it a 0 star.
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on 11 November 2014
Overall very pleased with this item but I have had to buy speakers as the volume is very low to use alone. Description does not tell you this when buying it.
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on 2 August 2014
A very good sat navigation. ...not brilliant in very built up areas IE housing estates....All in all... very good
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