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10 out of 10
I am blown away with my sat nav...the price is right, delivered on time, and the device its self is simply brilliant. Easy to us, clear instructions (without nagging) nice size screen.
8 out of 10
i bought mine a little over a year ago ,the good points outweigh the bad i feel good points- speed camera alert, speed limit alert , clear voice command bad points- screen is cluttered with silly 3 choices of route , who knows which of the 3 is best to choose otherwise youd not need a satnav !
2 out of 10
My mum-in-law bought this as an impulse buy and asked me to set it up for her and test it out. I have been using a TomTom for about 3 years so I'm familiar with the SatNav device. This one disappointed from the moment I took it out of the box. A 3.5" screen is really quite small for a SatNav.
6 out of 10
Short extract: If the thought of a owning a feature-packed satnav gets you excited, but handing over hundreds of pounds for the privilege doesn’t, then take a look at this. At £80, the Navigon 20 Easy is the cheapest in the Navigon range, undercutting the similar TomTom Start 20 Europe by £20 – but it still has...
Conclusion: Ultimately the Navigon 20 Easy is exactly what you would expect for £80. It performs to a good standard, but is held back by the size of its screen. As a pedestrian navigation tool it works much better, yet with the closest TomTom competitor sporting a bigger screen – and with free apps like Google...
8 out of 10
Summary: Navigon delivers another top-value sat-nav, with enhanced pedestrian features to sweeten the deal.