The handheld gps is reliable. The display has a sunlight-readable color and display size of 220 x 220. There are roads and trails for hiking and cycling in the Topo Active maps. Tracking in more challenging environments is possible with the support of gps and GLONASS satellite systems. There is 8 gigabytes of internal memory for map downloads. Up to 25 hours in the gps mode with 2 AA batteries.
👤A lot of the negative reviewers didn't understand what they were buying when they ordered this. This isn't a replacement for your maps and it isn't intended to be. Some of the negatives are positive features. It was large. It's large, but it will take a lot more beating than a small smart phone. The shape makes it easier to hold in the hand. 2. There is no touchscreen. Have you ever tried to use your phone in the rain? Touchscreens are great in warm climates. It is designed for use in dirty environments. 3. The user interface is outdated. This sort of phone is similar to a 2008 cell phone. The layout is easy to set up and contributes to the battery life. 4. AA batteries. The eTrex doesn't have a rechargeable battery like every other electronic device. It's difficult to understand why they think this would be a good idea. If you're out on a long hike/camping/hunting trip for several days, it's unlikely that you'll have access to a charging port, which makes it easier to just pop in two new batteries when the old ones run out. 5. There is a memory capacity. The maps take up the entire integrated memory. You can buy a 32gb card for $6 and download as many maps as you want. There are lots of videos on how to do this. 6. There is no map detail. I haven't encountered any flaws with the maps, so unless you're trekking through Gates of the Arctic, you'll probably be covered on any state or local trails. 7. Inaccuracy of location. The registered location is close to where I'm actually standing. My cell phone is usually off by 50 to 100 feet. It's not the point of exactitude, it's to help you find your way back to your camp, etc. Being off by a few yards isn't a big deal if you're within sightline. There are 8. There are noroutable maps. It operates differently than your phone's map app. You type in the address and it takes you there. It's not clear why people think it won't. There are 9. The features and interface are confusing. I can't believe this one. There are lots of videos and articles on how to use features. I download AllTrails Pro trails into Basecamp and then export them onto the eTrex when I'm ready to go. I follow the trail on the device. There are two more When I go on a non-prepared trip, I use the eTrex to record my track and save it on the device, then I plug it into my computer and send it to Basecamp. Done. If you're outdoors a lot, you're willing to dedicate minimal time to understanding how to use it, and you understand that this sub-$200 gps that will last you for a decade is not intended to replace your $800+ cellphone.
👤The company is abysmal. The product they have created is straight out of the era of the Blackberry. They offer nothing in the handheld market that is close to a modern device. This piece of hardware and software is not good. I will return it. I didn't return the inferior Garmin that I have in my car, and it burns me up. Never again! The screen is tiny, and I have encountered other issues in my brief period of ownership. I need to hike in the desert. The screen is useless. My phone works in the same way with no glasses. - The best tech minds don't work for Garmin. - The screen gets bumped in your pocket and you lose battery life. You can't search for a location by state, it returns zero results. The method to change the order of items in the Main menu is different from the Route Planning menu. - The deleted tracks menu contains all the settings. What? There are no maps. The data is solid, so I give this 2 stars instead of 1 Since my return of this device, I have been using a solution. I wanted a dedicated device just for mapping, I hike extensively off trail. I bought a burner phone at a box store and it works without being activated. I disabled all the apps that I could. I bought and downloaded Gaia for mapping and route finding. You can download maps before you leave. You can get phone service if you don't have to download maps, but it will cost more. I made the device bulletproof by adding a protective case with a backpack clip and an external battery pack. The setup has been great. Gaia is awesome. There are maps on the screen. The hardware and software are easy to use. The accuracy is very good. I have access to a lot of maps. Finally, it's a cheaper option. It's shocking that the company that does this can't do it.
USA Canada Mexico Maps, which has 2D / 3D map display, has been pre-installed with theLifetime Map updated for Free. If you need to update the map, please contact them. Europe, UK, Ireland, Australia, and so on are downloaded but not pre-installed. A 7-inch high-resolution touchscreen with a high resolution of 800 x 480, 8 gigabytes of memory, and 128 MB of RAM is included in the price. There is plenty of room for you to store the maps and materials in the truck gps navigation system. It is also visible in the sun, making driving safer. Professional Truck navigation avoids danger by avoiding the roads with width restrictions or height restrictions. You can set the navigation to show the route, vehicle, and truck. The car truck gps navigation system has a voice steering system. Upcoming Sharp Turn Alerts, Speed Limit Reminders, Red Light, and High-Speed Camera Voice Notification are all received. If the route is wrong, the On-board Gps navigation system will automatically create a new route. The 7-inch gps navigation device should be charged after it is received. Regular maps upgrades and any questions are supplied by XGoDY CarGPS navigation. Their company has a professional technician team that can help customers. If you have a question about this product, please contact them. Within 24 hours, they will reply to you. The 7-inch gps navigation device should be charged after it is received. Regular maps upgrades and any questions are supplied by XGoDY CarGPS navigation. Their company has a professional technician team that can help customers. If you have a question about this product, please contact them. Within 24 hours, they will reply to you.
👤Huge fan! The screen is great. Very clear. It works so far. This has more functions than I need, but they are still cool. The price was so low that I expected more junk. I am very happy. I'm excited about figuring out all of these functions.
👤Unless you want to visit every off ramp on your journey, you don't want this navigation device. I was prompted to leave the highway at every exit on a major route. If you are off track, a gps device will prompt this, but it wasn't the case. I was on my way. The device was rendered useless if not just annoying. This device was unable to find any destinations I needed to travel to unless it was a major city. My first use was after the return window, so I am stuck with a $70 mistake. Take a hard pass on this item.
👤Where do I start? I bought this for Christmas. We tried to set it up today. We haven't been able to travel with the New England winter and the Pandemic. It is out of the return date now. The instruction manual is written by a person with a very loose grasp of the English language. There is no back arrow in the manual. It's beyond frustrating. I should have bought a Tom Tom. I bought this because it was an Amazon Choice. I made that mistake last time. I am not happy with Amazon. Don't buy if you're warned.
👤I bought this a month or so ago and will use it for a road trip this weekend. This thing takes you on some very strange routes and it was only because we knew where we were going that it was only an hour and a half away from where we were. I am out of the return policy so I will sell this on eBay for $5 and try another device with maps, as I can't return this now. Don't waste your time or money, just get a decent make. This is my first negative review.
👤I live in Florida. The product cannot be used from my home to my work. It can't navigate to my wife's work. It can't navigate to Disney World. I haven't found an address in the city. I don't like using my phone for navigation as I can't listen to music while driving, but my phone is accurate and I use it for maps.
👤The item under review is clearly out in front and it was clearly out in front when it was compared to its predecessors. I'm relieved that it arrived and installed, but I was also aware that it was going to rise like the sun on a new day, hurray!
👤75% of the update is not working. 59, 69, and now 78. All within a year. It is not all that. My phone was malfunctioning, so my story is that. All of them, including the maps on the internet. The company is taking over. My phone wouldn't work in traffic. So with bad scare instructions. I got going today. It was tested out on three trips. The voice was working after I unchecked the app. It needs to be more secure on the dashboard of the car. As a widow, I feel better to travel. I'm happy. I'm not interested in the other features. Yeah for it! Yeah for me! 50 bucks was worth it. I don't have a new car yet, but this is great. It's worth it if it lasts a year. &
Every fishing environment has a rugged design. Transmit power: 200 W (RMS) and frequencies: 50/77/83/200 kHz. The handheld has a high-sensitivity gps receiver and a 2.6-inch color display. It's perfect for water sports and boating. BlueChart g2 is a built-in. The U.S./Bahamas has coastal charts with shorelines, depths, and more. A built-in 3-axis tilt-compensated electronic compass and barometric altimeter is included. Share your waypoints, tracks, routes and geocaches with other compatible device users.
👤The garmin 78sc worked for a week, then got an error message that it couldn't unlocks maps, and then they said garmin knew about the problem and a fix was being worked on.
👤I have used this device extensively, including over a 47 day kayak trip from Anacortes, Washington to Petersburg, AK. It's an awesome tool when it's functioning correctly. There are some design defects that need to be fixed. 1. The rubber covers for the power andusb ports leak salt water and can cause problems. Positive enclosures that never leak are what my other IPX 7 devices have. 2. The device consumes more power when loaded with a lot of waypoints. I was able to see this over a long period of time as I deleted routes and waypoints. As data grows, it never gets to sleep because the software loop always evaluates everything rather than what's currently relevant. 3. The unit OFTEN was locked up. This would require removing the protective cover and restarting. It's not something you want to do in windy conditions. I stopped using this feature eventually. I love it when it works. Before paddling on salt water, I have coated protective covers with Aquaseal. I have to remove it before I can connect it to the computer. They are very close to a great design and I want to love it. Wouldn't it be great if they listened to their customers better? January 7, 2020. I would like to add to my review. Over 34 days, last summer, circumnavigated the island by kayak. I loaded my gpsMAP with a lot of data. While following tracks the battery never locked up. I think software changes have fixed my complaints. Poor design of port covers will leak.
👤I bought the product to replace my old handheld 76c. It was a workhorse and the maps were small. The device could be used with WP. I was disappointed that the charts had no detail, like buoy markings, when I purchased the 78sc. I only had a giant marker on the scale of a small scale chart, because making scale larger resulted in the loss of any useful landmarks. Tech support said to me "what do you expect with a handheld and limited memory?" Over a decade later? The 76c is not a replacement for the 78sc, which is a handheld marine chart. The screen size is smaller than the older model. I would not recommend this device for use in the water.
👤Over the years, I've used a number of Garmin handhelds. I bought this unit to replace the failed one. The 78sc was expected to be a decent replacement. This is not the case. The hardware seems very good, but the software is terrible, especially compared to the oldGPSMAP 76. After I downloaded my old routes and waypoints, I tried to use the unit on my sailboat for a race around the cans. After loading up a route consisting of A, B, C, and A, the unit did not flip to the next waypoint, once a waypoint is reached. I couldn't find a way to flip it. It's difficult to explain, but you will find it annoying. TheGPSMAP 76 was superior in this area. There are two more You can't tell on the navigation page what your next point is. Unlike the 76, it is not displayed. There are 3 more The "active route" page doesn't give any information about the route's waypoints, just the names. Again, unlike the 76. The points are listed in order of distance, not alphabetical. It is hard to find what you are looking for if you have a lot of waypoints. There are five When you are on a sailboat in moderate seas, the speed andvelocity made a good jump. The 76 allowed you to take averages for a longer period of time. The option is not available on the 78sc. The unit is hard to read when the backlight is off. The battery life is poor with the backlight on. The user interface of the 78sc was dumbed down by Garmin. A disappointment. The 78sc is almost useless for me.
Rugged construction is rated for thermal, shock, water and vibration. The 5” glove-friendly display is 50% larger than the previous model and is available with a variety of mounting options. There are multi-GNSS (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo) support. ANT+ technology, BLUETOOTH wireless networking, and a direct to device access to BirdsEye Satellite Imagery are all included in the price. You can use tracks and review trip data from the field if you are compatible with the Explore website and app.
👤The headline is a grabber line, only because you have to be the one to decide if it's worth it or not. I wouldn't dare not do my homework on an expensive item, I would read as many reviews and articles as possible. I do that on a hundred dollar item. It shouldn't take you as long as I did to make a decision on what you need or want, if you really know what you're doing. I'd read some articles comparing all the different features on a number of different gps units, especially when it comes to price. I'd ask the questions, "What do I really need and what am I willing to pay for?", if you're going to get more features with more money paid. Ok... I'm not going to go on a hike without taking a map and a compas. I know from experience that things can go wrong, and that you can get in a deep vally with a bunch of over growth and your signal runs out. I think this is the cat's meow. I'm not sure if I would use this more than my map and compass, partly because of all the things it does and partly because it's just that much fun. I'm not going to go over all of the features, but I would like to talk about some of the highlights for me. I don't think that's a deal breaker because I love the touch screen and I know it's more bulkey than the other units. It looks very bright. I downloaded the 7.5 minute maps of the west coast and they are clear enough for me. The 40 foot countour lines are the same as the topo maps I download on the website, I believe. If you get off course, the compass feature will show you by a break in the arrow line, which way you're off. Move over and get back on the line. You can also set a projected waypoint, which you can use to set a course back to it. I'm talking about having to cross a river and having to go out of your way to a bridge and then find your way back to the waypoint you set across the river before you detoured to the bridge. Base camp is a free software. You can set your map type preference, even the 7.5 minute. Then you set up your route. It's time to send it to your Montana 700i. Whatever unit you have. You can review the route you set up on Montana at the base camp. You can search for things on the unit. If you need to use a custom waypoint, you can just type your latitude and longitude over the waypoint one, and save it to your name. If you had that info, this would be great. I almost forgot about one of the most important features, which carried a lot of weight for me, deciding which unit to buy. There is an alert. It's true. They will come and rescue you if you lock into these special satalites. You need to subscribe to the serivce in order to use this feature, but I got the safety one at the cheapest price. It's somewhere around 15. A few weeks or a few months. You can get the more robust subscription, but it will cost more. You can send messages to anyone's email with this service. It could also help you without using the full blown SOS feature. They can reply back to you. It's nice that it's all on a satalite, so you don't need a modem to use it. It will work wherever your gps will work. I think that some of the user guide got a little hard to read, now and then, but for the most part it was very concise and readable. I know I probably didn't need the compass and altimiter features, but in order to get the SOS feature, you need to cough up the cash. Only a few of the higher end units have it. I'm very happy with the gps. I hope I mentioned that it is the Montana 700i. I didn't want to give away the extra "beans" for the 750 model, which has the camera as well. I hope this helps you make a decision. The man is called "MARC Trainor." ''
The area measurement error is 1-2% with high-precision technology. You can set the local time for the area measure on the large screen, which makes it more clear and visually. Measurement features include aGPS area measuring tool of any shape, and measure length of any shape,figure track and automatically calculate price measurement. Sturdy and sturdy design, can protect the area to the fullest extent, with portable design, fits in your hand or pockets perfectly, rubberized case offers a comfortable feeling of grip. There is a wide range of applications. There is a wide range of applications.
👤This is a very easy to learn device, it comes with no instructions. It will measure the length of a path you walk or it will measure the area you walk in. You will need to set the time for where you are. Houston, TX is in the United States. The day/month/year and Time of Day will be included in the log files. It's nearly impossible to reconstruct what you have measured if this is wrong. I use this to measure how long a driveway is, how much water a lot has, and how long a road is. I use it to figure out the size of a shop, building or back yard patio, as well as the area of a parking lot. I am very impressed with what it does. It uses gps and compasses for accurate measurements. It's easier to use this for job estimates than it is for actual jobs.
👤I was in need of a land survey after one of my neighbors told me that part of my fence line was on the other side of the property. I found the gps coordinates for the fence line after buying this item. I was able to show my neighbor that he was wrong. I surveyed his 10 acres for big land and it was very expensive.
👤The gps coordinates are way off, it looks good with a bunch of features.
👤We purchased to protect the boundaries of the property lines. It wouldn't depict the correct lat/long. Maybe ours was faulty, but we decided to order a much more expensive model.
👤I measured the parking spots in the empty parking lot. I started at one end point, walked along the parking line, across to the opposite line from the parking spot directly in front, and then back on the other side to reach the original location. The entry for the cars to park is the parallelogram without the ends. The screen moved to adjust for the angles and I arrived at the starting point with a small gap. I don't know if the gap makes a difference or if I had the settings wrong. I hope I can find a way to reset the unit.
👤I plugged the gps into my laptop but it didn't recognize it. I will return if the seller can't give me a solution, because it didn't come with instructions.
👤This one was about a mile off on latitude and longitude. I live at 6000 feet, but it said I was at 6000 feet. It would have been handy to use. I don't think this one is representative of others.
👤It's hard to get mappers with chip shortages. This unit is not perfect. It does the job if you need basic latitude and longitude.
Add Gps. You can strengthen your Gps signal on any device by connecting via wireless. The free downloadable app provides accurate gps coordinates, position update rate change, and much more. Being able to add accurate gps to your device will allow you to use hundreds of available apps. The Gps receiver has a battery life of over eight hours of continuous use and comes with a usb charging cord. That will stick to most surfaces.
👤It works better than I anticipated. I have an older WiFi only iPad Mini that I wanted to use for navigation but it doesn't have built-in gps. When I connected my iPad mini to the dual XGPS105A via a wireless connection, it asked to download the accompanying app. The app is useful. It tells you the number of satellites you are connected to, the signal strength, position information, and the battery status. I turned it on in the house because I couldn't wait but I was able to connect to multiple satellites with ease. I thought I would have to go outside. With the gps locked and loaded, I tried out some maps. Both worked well. My weather radar map is now location enabled. Awesome. I have taken it down the road a few times now, about 100 miles total, without issue, but I will update this review once I have a longer road trip under my belt. I didn't expect to see the app mentioned in any of the reviews or forums. This thing is special. I can't wait to try it out against other devices, like a newer iPad, windows tablets, and some surveying equipment. I will report back, but so far it's been good.
👤Don't buy anything from AXXERA or DUAL. The unit will work for 25 times, then the internals will short out, killing the battery, but they will sell you another battery. Next year there will be some other name. They changed their names to keep up with consumer fraud. Don't buy anything made by these people. You will be sad.
👤I bought a gps receiver for my Jeep. This product works in conjunction with my Apple iPad and provides pin point accurate gps for any app you are using. It takes 5 to 10 minutes to connect to my iPad via BluTooth once I turn on the puck. This could be my fault. Overall very pleased! It's easy to charge up at home or in your vehicle. Very easy to use. I stuck a piece of tape to the back of the vehicle and it still works.
👤For almost two months, use the dual XGPS150A with my iPad 2. Since the iPad 2 didn't have a gps receiver installed, I decided to use the dual XGPS 150A, which is described in the technical documentation to receive 12 gps and up. The dual XGPS15A is a free navigation app that has a very simple and minimalist design. The dual XGPS150A receiver is small and has Haptics very pleasant. The gps is green. The Bluethooth connection is created relatively fast after switch on, but the GLONASS satellites are not supported, but they are displayed in the app, but they are crossed out. It happens in dense forests on winding roads and in large cities close to tall houses. When you're on foot in New York, Boston, and Chicago, the pressure point is non-tactile, so locating is almost non-existent. The dual XGPS150A would no longer splash water and dirt if you removed the plastic cover and cut a hole in the non-slip pad.
Motorcycle navigation for the road to adventure. Rugged, glove friendly 4.3 inch display is resistant to fuel Vapors, UV rays and harsh weather. Pair with a compatible phone for hands free calling, smart notifications, and easy sharing of GPX files for group rides. You can access Live services for traffic and weather with the link app. The Adventurous route finds curvy or hilly roads.
👤The screen size is nice. It was rugged, dropped on hard asphalt and didn't scratch it. The navigationUI is pretty decent. It won't shut down like a phone. It is weatherproof. The software is terrible. It's very confusing, non-intuitive and overly complicated. If you export a route to the gps, it will still redo the path based on device settings, ignoring any custom route you may have done in the desktop app. You need to keep an eye on it and make sure it doesn't lead you down the garden path. The new "Incident detection" system is supposed to pair with a phone to send an text if the device thinks you've been in an accident. A fruitfly is about to set off the "detection" on your motorcycle. I rode 9000 miles last month and the on-device popup was on for most of the time. If you don't have a phone or a notification number configured, you can't turn this feature off. Maybe wait for a future update that will fix this. Advrider forums have advice on how to use a rugged phone.
👤I prefer my phone on my body, so I use a gps on my motorcycle. I might need my phone in the event. I have drowned two phones in the rain, and I am separated. I bought this model because it offered new features at a price point I could not refuse, and because my two previous Zumos stopped working. It is a learning curve to use it. My initial preferences made it offer some weird decisions. I will learn. I haven't figured out how to use all of the benefits that are supposed to be offered, but the bluetooth pairing to my phone seems okay. My headset's pairing seems unreliable. I don't understand why it feels like I'm struggling with technology that's 20 years old. Surely a company that creates glass cockpits for airliners has the know-how to make a user-friendly gps that would function more like, oh, I dunno, Google Maps?
👤Great unit. It is easy to install with the equipment. I have run it for close to 5,000 miles and it has performed very well. Over the course of 3,600 miles, it was run side by side with Waze. It did well. It saved me 1.5 hours when I route through central OR. I guess it's finally been figured out by Garmin. That is amazing in and of itself.
👤So far, it's been typical of the Garmin headaches. It feels like a program from the 90s. I have spent 6 hours trying to load a OSM map on here because it's not available in Korea or Japan. The world's biggest gps maker doesn't offer maps for the 3rd largest economy. OSM maps are the only choices. They won't load the Zumo. Changes to 4 stars. An OSM map was finally working on this thing. For the fact that basecamp is a horrible program it's mind incomprehensible, but still minus one star. It's difficult to make a custom route and get it to your gps. I took a trip with my gps. I have two older zumos. This one is nice. I will give it to you. Touch works well for a water proof model. The screen is bright in the sun. That is something off a brand gps can't do, but it is visible in the sun. The zumo is small. Lighter. It feels sturdy. I had a model that was water proof that had contact problems. A friend uses another one that is fat and bulky. They seem to have improved the cradle and power connections. I haven't tested it in the rain. Time will tell. The only complaint I have right now is price. There are no cones on the market. It's demand. I tried a few different Japanese models and they were garbage. Also basecamp. Absolutely garbage. They still haven't fixed Basecamp into a usable product.
The IPX7 powersport navigator is waterproof, glove-friendly, and has an ultra bright screen for off-road adventures. The Group Ride Radio features a push-to-talk fist mic and group tracking for up to 20 riders. Maps of public land boundaries, U.S. Forest Service roads and trails, and Birdseye satellite imagery are available. Attach the navigator to your powersport vehicle with a powered mount and wiring harness. You can use the Tread app on your phone to sync your waypoints, tracks and routes, and get access to live weather with an active connection. It's your responsibility to know and follow the laws of your country, and it's possible that you're not allowed to use a satellite communications device. Pair your dog systems with a gps device to navigate and track your dogs from your vehicle.
👤It took 7 hours to update and install all the maps. It doesn't have any off-road trails in any of the maps. I went to load the file for the peace trail, but I found out it couldn't be used as a route because it had to many waypoints. I called customer service and they told me that I needed to use a program called garmin basecamp on my computer to seperate the waypoints into different groups. When using basecamp, they can only suggest buying the 24k topo map for 99$, which has bad reviews, because the topo maps don't show any of the trails between the waypoints. It would bring me back to trying to get the basecamp program figured out on how to split the trail into 2 seperate trails and then transfer that to garmin explore, yet another app, and finally back onto the tread.
👤In the northern upper peninsula of Michigan, I go off road a lot. The roads are not marked the best. I would have gone back to camp without the gps. I would have put on more miles. My gut was telling me to go in one direction, but the navigator said to go in another direction. I went the other way. I was very happy I had it. It made sense that the "all seeing eye" of the Garmin Tread said to go the way it did once my gut and the Garmin came into alignment. The price tag is high. I also had trouble with it. If you can get past the price, you can bring the gps with you, but only if it's a large screen and how it connects to other cameras. I don't need a navigation device anymore. I used to use a Topo map and compass to get around. The system is still relevant, but using the Garmin is better. My handheld gps is not as good for night time driving in the wilds. Do I still have a compass in my pocket? You bet!
👤The screws and hole nuts are the same as those of ACE. You can see the panel behind the Polaris screws. Solid. The Beofeng handheld radios have a loud and clean sound but the radio is much more clear and clean. The Tread has a better mic. Don't connect phone while cranking the tunes, you can run mp3's via bluetooth to external speakers. When the unit is sharing the phone with external speakers, it fails in about three seconds. The phone is great.
👤The screen is perfect. It is completely readable in the sun. This garmin is easy to use and operate. The HD screen is great. The tube mount is strong and stable. One push of a button and you're on your way. Way to go!
👤There was no case or sleeve. It would have been nice to have a case or sleeve to protect the screen when not connected to the mount. It is expensive to leave on the mount.
👤I ordered this item because I believe the wireless cameras are working, in particular the BC40, but I was told by support that the TREAD BASE is only compatible with the BC cameras.
The TruckGPS System must work based on the active gps signal. The built-inGPS chip works without a network, so you don't have to rely on your phones and cellular connection and the phone is free to use. USA Canada Mexico Maps, which has 2D / 3D map display, has been pre-installed with theLifetime Map updated for Free. If you need to update the map, please contact them. Europe, UK, Ireland, Australia, and so on are downloaded but not pre-installed. The 7-inch high-resolution touchscreen has a high resolution of 800 x 480 and 8 gigabytes of memory. There is plenty of room for you to store the maps and materials in the truck gps navigation system. It is also visible in the sun, making driving safer. The Voice Steering System of the gps navigation system helps you avoid danger. Upcoming Sharp Turn Alerts, Speed Limit Reminders, Red Light, and High-Speed Camera Voice Notification are all received. The roads which have width restrictions or height restrictions can be avoided with a custom truck route. After receiving it, please use the car charging station to fully charge then use it. The XGoDY 7 inch gps navigator has regular maps upgrades and questions. Their company has a professional technician team that can help customers. If you have a question about this product, please contact them. Within 24 hours, they will reply to you. After receiving it, please use the car charging station to fully charge then use it. The XGoDY 7 inch gps navigator has regular maps upgrades and questions. Their company has a professional technician team that can help customers. If you have a question about this product, please contact them. Within 24 hours, they will reply to you.
👤Get it, over the road trucker review. It is affordable and does everything the expensive gps does. I have owned this gps for about 2 months and it has not let me down. It tells you how fast you are going, how far from the next waypoint you are, and the time of arrival. Time zones are adjusted from Satelite. It is not worth paying $400 for a gps when you can buy a better one. It is good to know that if I do update it will be free. Just buy it! You can beat it for $70 bucks. 2 months owner!
👤I have been using the gps for two weeks. It was worth the money spent. I use it in my semi and it has taken me where I need to be. Great purchase.
👤I replaced my old gps with a big screen one and it works great! Offline maps help in a rural area but nothing compares to having a real gps device. I put the screen in the corner of the car because it doesn't interfere with driving and because it doesn't take up a lot of space in the window. There are so many options for navigation on the touchscreen that it is very sensitive. This size is better than the 5. Audio is clear and can focus on the road. It was a great GOS for the price and definitely recommend it.
👤This gps is not worth anything. The routes are so old that they are unreliable and trying to update the maps is a joke. The clock is not set to the correct time. The device turns itself off after 20 minutes of use. The cheap plastic sun visor is a joke, it doesn't fit together properly, and it snaps when you try to attack it with the gps. The money was wasted.
👤I had to use a magnifying glass to see the print and icons because the instructions for setup were poor. Adding to Favorite addresses was very confusing and I was only able to input two addresses with no names.
👤The product is inferior compared to the other products. Poor mapping doesn't allow high number addresses. I was impressed with the looks but not worth the money. I bought a new one after I sent my old one back.
👤I thought I should try it closer to home after purchasing this for a future trip. The cup wouldn't fit on my dashboard or the front window. I used an aftermarket holder. I was about halfway to my destination when it stopped. It won't turn back on after I messed with it. I should have given the money to charity.
👤I bought a gps for a trip to visit relatives. I'm not very tech savvy and it was hard to find alternative directions when I inputed my out-of-state address locations. My 35 year old tech savvy son had issues. If you have a map route to follow, the gps adjusts nicely to route changes along the way. Common sense tells you which way to go when you pull off the road for gas or a rest area, even though the gps only indicated the wrong direction in a couple of minor spots. I like the fact that it confirmed the road you were on, as the road signs were often not posted. It advises you of the correct speed limit. I plan to input the next address after I reach the destination, as it seems to pick up the town or route location on the gps just fine. The sun visor was too small. I would recommend this device.
If you want to update the map for your gps, please contact them and they will give you a address for you to download. They will send you the map files and show you how to upload them. Voice broadcast speed and the ability to calculate a best route after setting the destination are included in the multi-language navigation. The satnav comes with a high performance processor, built-in 8GB of RAM, plenty of room for you to store maps and materials, and also comes with a car charger and back mount. The 7 inch touch screen has a 800 x 480 resolution. It has a full viewing angle and high brightness (500cd) and can see the map clearly even under the sun. 100% satisfaction, 30 days money back guarantee, and 12 months warranty is offered. They will reply to your questions in 24 hours. 100% satisfaction, 30 days money back guarantee, and 12 months warranty is offered. They will reply to your questions in 24 hours.
👤The manual of How to Turn theGPS On, Download, whatever it needs, has no instructions. I held the button at the top of the gps but nothing happened. I clicked on the USA maps link on the website and it took me to a zip archive of 4.26 gigabytes on my Mac hard drive. It took about 5 hours. What should I do with this zip archive? I have had my Mac plugged in for the last two hours and it just keeps flashing blue lights from left to right. The manual doesn't explain why this is happening or what to do if it happens. The gps didn't seem to have any maps loaded when I turned it on.
👤Works well and for a good price. The touch screen works well. Load times are not very long. The mount works well and stays where it should once it is tightened down. It is possible to use a micro sd card to play music or listen to radio. There are a few games and a calculator in it. It doesn't say street or highway names, instead it says things like "turn right in 100 feet" or "get off the highway in a quarter mile" which can be easier to follow. It can be used to find places you have been to before. The ability to change the route is one of my favorite features. It has the ability to adapt to any mode of transportation you have available. The screen is large and bright. The speaker is loud enough to hear music, but there is an option to plug it into the car stereo to hear it better, but I can hear it by myself. It has worked every time, so far it hasn't gotten confused about where I am.
A high-sensitivity receiver.
👤It was needed for a race in Nevada. I received one-day shipping to my motel from Amazon. It didn't work when I wired it into my computer. What to do? It wouldn't produce a timing signal when separated from my circuitry. I decided to read the online manual carefully, because there is no documentation for the product. The power is off to the unit if the yellow wire is left floating. You have to keep the yellow wire away from you. The unit worked well after that. I hope it works well in the motel room and in my bench testing because only one more day to the race.
👤Excellent gps: quick acquisition. You should only need to use the software once, since it is not a help file. The "FAQ" link on the web page is broken. It's easier to find stuff on the site if you do a general search and find the link to the site. When you let marketing people control the web site, this happens. I bought the 18x-PC three months before buying the 16x-HVS. The two units are the same. The gps18x requires 5v power, so there is a voltage conversion inside the cigarette power adapter to reduce the voltage from vehicle levels to the 5v required. The length of the cables and the size of the cigarette power adapter annoyed me. They got in the way when I made other vehicle wiring changes because they were tucked away in the vehicle's side panels. I bought a replacement for it. The only model that takes 8-40vDC is the 16x-HVS. I should have checked the sizes of the 16x and 18x. The small 18x puck can be slid between the rear deck upholstery and the metal frame. The 16x is very tight in the same location. The convenience of not having the external voltage converter is worth it, even though I had to make a cable adapter for the 16x. I bought the magnetic plate for the 16x but did not need it. I'm keeping the 18x as a spare.
👤Just as pictured. The product arrived on time. Quality is good.
👤The product works.
👤After being powered, the output is sent a few seconds. Useful at a reasonable price.
👤It was as advertised and arrived on time.
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