|Garmin nvi 1370T Automobile Navigator - 4.3" Active Matrix TFT Color LCD - USB|
|Garmin nuvi 1370T Car GPS pre-loaded N.America & Europe, w/Lifetime Traffic|
|Garmin Nuvi 1370T Auto GPS 4.3" Lane Assist US Canada & Europe maps Free Traffic|
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|Garmin nuvi 1370T Automotive GPS Receiver|
Atlanta, GA, USA
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|The great outdoors can be perplexing sometimes; the Garmin nuvi 1370T resolves these by showing you clear routes to tread upon. Just a slide of your fingers along the touch screen of this Garmin GPS device and maps pop up in 2D and 3D forms charting out the swiftest paths ahead. For every turn you make, this automotive navigation system speaks aloud the street name, reassuring you of the course you have taken. This Garmin GPS device is a slim installation that also works as a car adornment aside of its usability. Make those important official calls while journeying to the lost mountains with family as this automotive navigation system can be paired with Bluetooth-enabled phones. For unplanned trips, use the pre planned POI's on the Garmin nuvi 1370T.|
|MPN||010-00782-00, 100078200, NUVI1370T|
|UPC||753759090777, 753759097547, 999992711561|
|System Type||Fixed, Portable|
|Map Capabilities||Internal, Map cartridges / Data cards|
|User Interface||Touch Screen|
|Display Size||3.81 in. x 2.25 in.|
|Display Type||LCD TFT Display|
|Resolutions||272 x 480|
|Features||Calculator, JPEG Image Viewer|
|Audible Features||Spoken Street Names, Voice Navigation Instructions|
|Trip calculator||Avoid toll roads, Detour Feature, Lane Assist, Points-of-Interest (POI), Shortest distance, Shortest time|
|Included Software/Maps||City Navigation Maps, Europe Maps, North America Maps|
|Compatible PDA OS||Windows 2000|
|Battery Type and Quantity||Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery|
|Battery Life||4 Hours|
|PC Interface||Bluetooth, USB|
|Expansion Slot Type||micro-SD slot|
Average review score based on 18 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
Best value in a GPS, if you travel to Europe, it includes all the maps. Be sure to get a 4gb micro SD card, and download and update all the maps. The recent update to Garmins site makes keeping your unit up to date very easy. There were two firmware updates, and North America and Europe map updates. The internal memory only has room for the basic installed maps, so be sure to have a fresh SD card in place before you download the maps. Lifetime traffic is great... And I figure that map updates are not as critical. I bought 4 of these to lend out to our Global Travelers from our office. I added all the corporate offices as favorites in one unit, backed it up and then it was easy to transfer the favorites to the other three. Be sure to check preferences, as by default, non-paved roads are set to avoid. I am very happy with the unit, it finds sats very fast, quick boot up, and lane assist works great too.
My only disappointment is that this Garmin version does not announce the expected street name when approaching the turn. This has been an appreciated feature on our previous Garmin GPS
Worked great in Europe but a couple of miscues here at home. Nice large screen. Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
This is my first Garmin GPS. I used to have two Magellan ,and nothing to compare! Garmin is way better than the other brand,well built , and easy to use. Bought this Garmin because I had to travel to Europe, and I need it for driving directions.
Used in USA, England, Germany, Austria, and Holland. Never got it to lock uo to satelite in England. Worked well in other countries.
Real life saver. Audio steer Commands more useful than map.
Garmin uses the least useful name for streets and routes. If it is HWY 75 in Dallas they will call it North Central Expressway. Fine if you live there. It gets worse when Garmi is giving you an english pronounciation of a German or Dutch local name. The map and audio commands should use route "numbers" instead of street "names" which are often not posted.
You save time and frustration by following the turn commands and ignoring street names.
The touch screen, like most, is poor. Finaly got mine calibrated to take inputs from most of the keys some of the time. On a hot day half the keys are dead. Put it in front of the AC vent for 5 minutes and it usually comes back.
GUI is clunky. Better stop yuour car if you want to change something.
In spite of Garmin's quirks I wouldn't part with it. It is a real asset when traveling.