Navman F20 Automotive Mountable GPS Receiver
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Navman F20 Automotive Mountable GPS Receiver

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  • User Interface: Touch Screen
  • System Type: Portable Fixed
  • Number of Channels: 12 Channels
  • Map Capabilities: Map cartridges / Data cards
  • WAAS Features: WAAS enabled EGNOS enabled
  • Screen Size: 3.5"
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It's "ok" for the price

bypaulbuko Jan 20, 2008
8 Helpfuls 9 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Relatively inexpensive. Nice display and easy to operate. Voice commands are easy to...
Cons No map updates available. Must buy software & cable to connect to a (32bit) computer.
Recommended it? No

I've had my Navman F20 for about a year now. It works pretty good most of the time. I like that it's small enough to fit in my shirt pocket when I'm leaving the car. Operation is pretty easy. I've encountered some difficulties using it in the city. It sometime doesn't provide enough warning before... Read full review »


Satellite Navigation on a budget

bymillikm1 Aug 18, 2007
13 Helpfuls 14 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Gets you where you are going on a budget
Cons Routing sometimes flawed, doesn't always have locations in map database
Recommended it? Yes

I bought my F20 Navman in Scotland in February 2007 and have used it consistently for 6 months. It has been invaluable as a new arrival to the UK. UK signage and directions are significantly different than the US and Canada and can be difficult for a North American. I suspect the same is true for... Read full review »


Worked Great.. Needs little more frills

byepiuser Aug 9, 2007
7 Helpfuls 8 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Acceptably Accurate directions/voice guidance. Good body construction. Easy intuitive...
Cons lacks wall charger, maps expensive, lacks computer cable. Route DEMO feature bit awkward.
Recommended it? Yes

I bought this and used it on my 10 day trip in LA/San Diego/Vegas areas. It worked great though occasionally had trouble catching the satellites. Sometimes needed to switch off and then on to catch the satellite otherwise it was just waiting forever. Which was of course quicker (under 2 minutes)... Read full review »


Navman F20 - Good basic GPS

byrsypherd May 8, 2007
6 Helpfuls 7 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros The flat format makes travel with it much easier than the baseball sized Garmin devices.
Cons Sometimes a specific street address can't be found less than 10% of the time.
Recommended it? Yes

This is a good basic GPS unit. I got it for only $250 after rebates from Office Depot a few months ago. Good battery life. Good use of verbal directions. i.e. "Keep left on the I 95".
Entering an address is a bit awkward in comparison to other unit's I've tried. I like the fact that it's flat... Read full review »

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