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Recent reviews for this item:
Anon, February 22, 2013 reliable reception and great quality and a thank you to Garmin for recommending GPS City.
Rejean, September 28, 2012 I am satisfied with the product, and I make another order
soon for the purchase of Garmin ecoRoute HD.
Note: I'd love to shop at GPS City in my language.
Canada is a bilingual country, French and English. Would be
very well accepted for future
Al, February 5, 2012 After months the receiver now seems to work as designed. I
believe the issue was the Navteq coverage or the system
from where they were getting their alerts from. They seem
to be more frequent and accurate than before. It is not
great and I do not think this Digital 3d receiver is work
the cost over the 3D that comes with the unit (my
2595LMT). I have both receivers hooked up in my car and
can switch the input. I have not run two GPS units side by
side but I just find much difference when I switch back and
forth. One thing I do not know is if the Digital provides
broader coverage, for example secondary roads. So, buy
again? I guess so because I canít say it doesnít give
perform better than the standard 3D and based on the Garmin
ads it must. At $70 if it saves me minutes here and there
over the 3D well, that probably is worth it. At least I
can now give it a positive rating. By the way the 2595LMT
is really a great GPS. Quite a step up over my 2460LT.
Peter Marschall, December 27, 2011 I have used it now for a couple of weeks in Sweden were I
live and in Denmark around Copenhagen, and so far it works
well. I have had a strong signal all the time everywhere I
have been. I am using it with my Nuvi 2475LT. The Swedish
custom was nice enough to bill me another 20 dollar for
customs for it, but so far it has been worth it. I will be
using it in the USA the coming summer and hope it works
well over there to.