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This sat-nav does what it says on the tin. It gets you from A to B. Sometimes not by the best route!
The best bit of the sat-nav is that the instructions are clear and concise, both on screen and verbal. However, I personally have a few nitpicks that will lead me to buying a new one (and a different brand) in the new year.
Firstly it's touch screen controls are severely lacking. Half the time when you touch the screen, it doesn't realize that you have actually touched it. This makes entering addresses and volume changes a pain. I don't think I've ever managed to draw a "gesture" onto the scree, which is one of the selling points.
One of the other reasons I bought it, was the inbuilt directory of attractions when you're in a town you don't know. However once again, it falls down on this seemingly simple task. Every time my partner and I go somewhere, we always have to rely on his sat-nav to get us there, if we don't already know the post code. You also can't just drive to a town, you have to add a road and a house number (see my point where it's near impossible to enter addresses).
Oh and one last thing. It doesn't stick to my windscreen anymore. The sticky pad stopped being sticky and started actually falling apart after about three months of me owning it.
I bought it because it was cheap and on sale. I suppose I got what I paid for.
The beautifully portable NV-U72T and NV-U52 include an ?all-in-one' cradle and suction cup that folds neatly into the body of the unit for transportation or storage. With no cradles or suckers left on show, both units can be slipped into a bag or briefcase for maximum convenience and peace of mind when your vehicle is left unattended. Attaching to a dash or windscreen with a single push, the advanced suction cup mechanism simplifies hassle-free mounting anywhere in the vehicle.