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Recent reviews for this item:
Peter Toronto, Canada, August 16, 2010 Overall the map works well. There are several limitations:
Such as looking up a Kibuts, the City of Holon, points of
interst like the Dead Sea, the Wailing Wall and that is
only after one week use.
Michael, August 13, 2010 Horrible, unless you want directions that take you through
the west bank, always take you to road 6, and make every
attempt to find something an adventure in guessing how to
phonetically spell from hebrew to English. Might be better
if your gps is the type that will utilizer Hebrew. In
short, a useless waste of money.
Allen, August 7, 2010 Used a Garmin 1490T to navigate Israel. Never looked at a
map to navigate the country. The most difficult part of the
GPS is to realize that many different spellings were
required to find the place or street. Ch was Kh in the
garmin. Apparently this is common with Israeli GPS's.
One needs a very basic knowledge the country as to when to
click on avoid area C (West Bank). If avoid area C is
always on then some well travelled highways shared with the
Palestinians are avoided.
This is second GPS I have used in Israel and the recalc was
reduced by 90% by using the Garmin.
Mark, July 16, 2010 Even though the sales agent I spoke to at GPS City assured
me this module was compatible with my Nuvi 255w, when I got
to Israel I found out it was definitely not. I had to buy
an Israeli GPS there to get around.