Garmin Nuvi 670

The winner of the test scores with much facilities as well as the lightest in the test field and well readable display. The brightness can be back adjust so that the screen doesn’t dazzle at night. As the only device in the test box, it offers a good view of the track proposals also the passenger.
The navigation device is quite easy to use. The calculated route corresponded almost exactly the ideal route, in the test occurred only a slight miscalculation, which has had no greater temporal effects. Timely and well understandable prompts provided for a few down bending errors in the test. As storage Warner the Nuvi has 670 TMC on board.

The supplied maps is very extensive and can be through more cards to supplement for many countries. The POIs are very numerous and of good quality. There are updates once per year, the price is rather high. The Bediengsanleitung has been quite short, for it but well understandable. The operation itself is wetgehend without any problems. Prima: Makes a numbers PIN code every time you turn the unit for thieves worthless an example, make the school should be.

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The device boasts good facilities as well as a bright and easily readable display. The brightness can be back adjust so that the screen doesn’t dazzle at night. It offers a good view of the track proposals also the passenger. The calculated route corresponded almost exactly the ideal route. Timely and well understandable announcements providing little any bending errors. As storage Warner the Nuvi has 670 TMC on board. Prima: Makes a numbers PIN code every time you turn the device for thieves worthless school should do! «««22 other European countries jam Warner TMC order this product at Amazon Pro cards: 9 neighbouring countries, good hands-free function GPS with good reception counter high costs for new cards special destination display only at high magnification test note of the editorial 2.33 good users rating now evaluate

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