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Old December 13th, 2007, 04:21 PM
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Review: Satellite Navigation Systems - Garmin Nuvi 670

Where are we? Can we just stop and ask for directions? Did he say 2 lights or three? Is this the first light? Are we there yet? I need to go to the bathroom?

....okay, enough of that! I hate being lost, and I really don't like it when I have no idea where I am going. About a year ago my husband and I decided to purchase a satellite navigation system. We did extensive research on what is considered to be the top brands, we decided to go with the Garmin Nuvi 670. We have been VERY pleased with it.

The Garmin Nuvi 670 has:
--maps of North America and Europe
--fm transmitter (you can hear the directions through your car speaker)
--tells you the street names
--gives you plenty of advanced warning for turns
--allows you to load .mp3 music files
--gives you local points of interest
--bluetooth support (connect your BT phone and tell garmin to call a point of interest)

In general, we have been able to drive around areas that we had never been to like we had lived there for years!

We have used it in the US, Scotland and England. It is small, lightweight and travels easily. It is a very powerful tool.

http://www.amazon.com/Garmin-4-3-Inc...7584424&sr=8-1
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Old December 13th, 2007, 05:43 PM
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I just bought the Garmin street pilot 340...best purchase i ever made.
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