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DEN, May 11, 2008 This is a great gps! I love the way you can load waypoints! If a tree is 2000 ft off road or trail,you can mark it! If you have a cordanence,(like geocaching),you can add it! Keep this model updated!! THANKS GARMIN!
Dave, September 1, 2007 Super sensitive. I live in Seoul, South Korea where the streets are 8 feet wide and the buildings block at least 75% of the sky. My 2720 rarely loses a strong signal. I use a 3rd party maping software that is detailed down to "goat trails". I also fly with a Garmin and the qualities are the same in the 2720 as they are on the 496. Thanks Garmin!
John, December 31, 1969 The new 2720 is easier to use than the 2610 but it has been dumbed down. There are no longer slider bars to let you chose how much of major or minor roads you want to use. On the positive side you can now easily add more destinations but you only have three choices of routes faster time, shorter distance and off road. You can no longer use the slider bars to adjust the amount of the type of roads you want to use, but you can now actually name the roads you want to avoid. All in all it is a great unit and with the added speech function to announce upcoming turns it is good GPS. Thanks John K
udy Kiser, December 31, 1969 I find the Garmin 2720 to be "dumbed down" when compared to the Garmin 2620 in some features. Specifically, the custom route setup no longer has a slide-bar indicator to allow varied customization of road preferences. So far, I have not found a way to erase recent finds, which means I will have to keep a lot of recent finds to sort through each time. However, the improvements are REALLY improvements. I am very impressed with the new screen images and the announcer's voice announcing the street NAMES is a great improvement. Multiple destination routing is much easier and the ability to enter specific road avoidances is very nice. Overall, I am very impressed with this unit. Thank you for protecting the screen with a hard cover. This was a major concern for me whenever I traveled by plane with the unit in the carrying case. If my new 2720 serves me as well as my 2620 did for the past 18 months, I will be thrilled.