'A well-priced, well-made geocaching device for neophytes and those on a budget'
'Upgraded to the Magellan eXplorist GC'
'Great GPS for caching.'
'Easy to use, good quality GPS'
'Very Good Basic GPS'
'Poor navigation logic'
'The highway exit signs look great and make it simple to figure out what's coming next.'
'Magellan's Maestro line of GPS devices has always been designed to appeal to consumers who are willing to pay more for more features.'
'At times I found it difficult to interpret the map screen, due largely to the highlighted route blending into the background colors.'
'most up-to-date street maps'
'features include a smart volume function where the volume automatically adjusts to your current speed'
'Location based services are extending this concept to detecting other personâ€™s willing to â€œshareâ€e their location information.'
'It is bulky and in order to adjust the up/down tilt you need to loosen a nob, tilt the device, and then retighten the nob.'
'Maps were bright and colorful, and there's a night mode and backlight adjuster.'
'This GPS comes with the Sports Guard case to make handling the device easier and also provides additional protection for the device.'
'The Magellan RoadMate 3000T's external controls could be more clearly identified, and route recalculation is sometimes slow'
'Offshore customer service is terrible'
'solid features for a good price'
'The Magellan RoadMate 800 doesn't break any new ground in the design department.'
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