Garmin nuvi 1390T w/ Premium Traffic Reviews
Product Type: Garmin in GPS Navigation
Description:Model ID 010-00782-04 / Garmin nüvi 1390T w/Premium Traffic - GPS receiver - hiking, automotive / nüvi 1390T packs big features into a slim design. The ultra-thin navigator includes lane assist with junction view, free traffic alerts, hands-free calling and ecoRoute to calculate a ... more
Garmin nuvi 1390T w/ Premium Traffic ... more fuel-efficient route.
With a traffic subscription, you'll get the latest information on construction, accidents, lane closings and other obstructions that lie ahead on your route. Using your compatible Garmin, you can conveniently route around traffic to avoid delays - saving you drive time, gas and money!
Newest Review: ... driving but I do not recommend this, keep your eyes on the road!! The nice thing about this Garmin is that you can get a ... more
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Customer Garmin nuvi 1390T w/ Premium Traffic Reviews (5)
by superness11 - written on 05/05/11
I've always had Tom-Toms but my last one at two years had started to break down. The battery would never reach full charge and kept turning off whilst in use. On seeing this Garmin on offer and as a major bonus, that it has European maps included; I just couldn't say no. I paid £119.99 for my Garmin and think it is money well spent. The sleek, ultra thin unit measures 1.6 x 12.2 x 7.6 cm and is light enough to carry in your pocket weighing only 163 grams. The display is 4.3 inches wide, touch screen and extremely clear. As soon as I took the machine out I plugged it in and tried it out; due to the intuitive menu no set up is required. It is so easy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/09/10 (Very useful, 124 readings)
We've just driven back from England, across the whole of France and Spain, with this little device to guide us, so that ought to be quite a good endorsement of the product. It's not all flowers and sausages though, (a bizarre phrase I just discovered on the internet, which seems to work quite well here!) so read on for more. The Garmin 1390T is quite a sleek, slim-looking piece of equipment that's a nice, handheld size. It comes with a charger you can plug into your cigarette lighter, a suction pad for sticking it onto the windscreen, a USB cable and an instruction booklet, at the current rate of £148 on Amazon. It also contains both UK and European ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/09/10 (Very useful, 121 readings)
My husband has always been brilliant at finding his way around and has a strange love of maps that I fail to understand or share. When it comes to driving he is never fazed at finding his way to a new destination, relishing the challenge! I, on the other hand have little sense of direction and the thought of having to negotiate traffic whilst finding my route leaves me panic stricken. I have wanted a sat nav since they were first introduced but the high cost and a reluctant husband have prevented the purchase! However this summer we planned a long trip through Europe, sharing the driving. I decided the time had come to take the plunge and buy a sat nav. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/11 (Very useful, 38 readings)
For people like me who don't know which way is north or which way is south, a SatNav has been a godsend. That's not to say they aren't without their frustrations and this one is no exception. We originally had a TomTom but my husband was so annoyed with it he traded it in for a Garmin Nuvi 1390 with traffic. To quote an article I read to explain exactly what a satnav is, "Satellite Navigation is a system that uses orbiting satellites, known as GPS (Global Positioning System). A Sat Nav unit receives signals from these satellites, and combines the signals with map information and other data. The practical upshot is that if you have a Sat Nav unit, you will ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/08/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
Having booked a budget holiday my husband decided he couldn't be old fashioned and look at maps and it was imperative that we purchase a sat Nav. So first steps research on line following this we visit every store in the area asking the same question which do you recommend. We were firmly in the Tom Tom camp but this was really because we hadn't heard of any others! We were firmly advised to get a Garmin as these had fewer problems and were more updated. Cost We paid £149.99 for ours and purchased from Halfords this was not the cheapest price you can get for less online however my Husband likes to be able to go back to a physical place in case of ... Read the complete review
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