Sat navs: Compare features & prices Navman Tourer review http://www.which.co.uk/technology/computing/reviews/sat-navs/navman-tourer/review/
The Navman Tourer boasts a large 5-inch touchscreen display and an array of features, including access to travel books, IQ Routes and a parking assistant. Bells and whistles aside, does this dedicated sat nav offer decent navigation and optimum route finding?
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Bought this to find alternative routes from my home to my parents as I don't like using motorways. It tells me that it is impossible to get from Leicestershire to Hertford (to Which head office) without using a motorway. As I do this twice a month using my old Tom Tom I tried to take it back to Halfords and pay extra for a new Tom Tom. They refuse to refund OR exchange despite me wanting to give them more money!
Have had Tom Tom's up to now. This cost £49.90 from Halfords. Pros For the price is superb value.I found it easy to set up. The mount actually sticks to my window each and every time.The mapping was accurate and the voice commands excellent and clear directionConsThe mapping though easy to follow is less clear than my Tom Tom.The audio is poor but not so as to mistake what is saidOverall this is a superb unit for such a great value price.
My previous Sat Nav was a Garmin which was really good but getting a bit long in the tooth.I purchased the Navman Tourer Lifetime from Halfords as the price included lifetime map updates.Its early days yet but the audio is abysmal. The screen however is okay.Wish that I had stayed with Garmin.
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