Navman EZY30 GPS unit

The Navman EZY30 sat nav offers decent value

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  • Expert Rating

    2.75 / 5
  • User Rating

    1.50 / 5 (of 3 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 199.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Julian

0.0

1

Pros
Cheap, Small
Cons
Doesn't pick up GPS signal
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After buying two of these (one for myself and another for my girlfriend) they both had the same problem. After turning on they could not find a GPS signal (even after leaving it outside in the clear blue sky for an hour). The only way to fix this is to continually restart the damn thing everytime. I ordered 2 replacements as the first 2 were faulty, but the replacements are just as bad.

Do not buy this product, go with TomTom

Darryl Greer

2.5

2

Pros
cheap and easy to use
Cons
many faults
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As one reviewer said you lose connection in the CBD - just when you need it! Also the prescriptive text doesn't work. You are looking for a specific address in a very long street and the numbers you want don't highlight. That can be very frustration especially in the city.

Khan

2.5

3

Pros
Easy Software
Cons
Some Wrong Places
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There is no Caltex Petrol pump on wharf street Cannington ! I wonder how many more wrong places its database have.

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