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vancewankai

GPS: Garmin Nuvi 370







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I currently have a Garmin Nuvi 350, but I am considering a replacement model. Does anyone have any suggestions for a good GPS for Europe? I like the Garmin features better than those I have seen from TomTom, but I am not totally committed.
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dmiskec

GPS: Garmin Oregon 300







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I agree, Garmin is user friendly. Take model with bigger screen , and FM TMC traffic receiver. Nuvi 760.
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pedro_mluz

GPS: Garmin Nuvi 1340







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I do find the nuvi 1340 one of the best for europe navigation. I've just done a 4000 km road trip and it worked flawlessly the entire time. The only negative point is the lack of creating routes, but I guess that with a litle bit of forward planning you can create a POI for each waypoint.
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cakesy

GPS: iPhone







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dmiskec wrote:
I agry, Garmin ist user frendly. Take model with biger screen , and FM TMC traffic receiver. Nuvi 760.


Get an Iphone, good anywhere, and you can use it outside your car as well. Very handy if you are just travelling. It is very easy to update. What more could you want?
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joncody1

GPS: route 66







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Yes the best is indeed a iphone.

Iphones are global and work in every country on this planet.
Iv been around the world in the past few years and with the exception of Norway I could use my navigator on my iphone everywhere. Don't be cought out, get a iphone you wont be sorry, but don't get anything under the 3rd generation. 32GB OR up will do it well as the firmware is better
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bertsarg

GPS: 278C







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It is designed to do just that
Not a fan of iphone
a phone is a phone
a GPS is a proper navigation device IMHO
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LMOF

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Well, just my honest opinion, I do belive that Garmin Nuvi 1340 is a good choice, not expensive and I do belive that will make you happy.

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rbunker21

GPS: Navman







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Any gps that uses Navteq data is going to give excellent results as the data is more up to date than comparable datasets.
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LMOF wrote:
Well, just my honest opinion, I do belive that Garmin Nuvi 1340 is a good choice, not expensive and I do belive that will make you happy.

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Living and Navigating in France, Germany and the UK I have to agree. yes not expensive but ask yourself what are you getting that you need in a more expensive Machine?





zen123

GPS: Garmin nuvi 250w







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I own a Garmin Nuvi 250 for a few years now. I am very pleased with it. Get me where I wanted.
Also own another inexpensive GPS. It uses SiRF ATLAS III , and gets me to where I wanted too.
Both are excellent travel companions.
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