Garmin Nuvi 2595LMT Review

Garmin nuvi 2595LMT 5
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The Garmin Nuvi 2595 LMT 5“ has a high definition touch screen so you tap pinch and zoom to examine the wider area. It features, unique to Garmin, cyclops camera technology which enables you to pick out speed traps, warning you when they are up and coming. The Nuvi2595 has bluetoothmeaning you can sync with your smartphone for hands free calling and consultation with your phone log and phone book while you still have your eyes on the road. You can even plan your route and points of interest through your smartphone.

The Garmin Nuvi 2595 features photo real birds eye junction viewing and 3d maps showing where you are to go with arrows and voice prompts. It also picks out points of interest such as restaurants, cinemas or railway stations as well as pointing out services such as refreshments and petrol stations on route. The Nuvi 2595 is loaded with 45 street level maps European maps making it easy for you to negotiate your way about. It uses 80 million sources to ensure you are up to date with traffic reports. It uses the lifetime traffic alerts feature, to which you have to subscribe, so that you can avoid congestion, delays and take detours where neccessary. The Nuvi will also give you the local speed limit.

The Nuvi 2595 will find the most fuel efficient journey for you, both helping you reduce your carbon footprint and saving you £s. The detail on the maps is such that you can see pylons, bridges and fields as you approach them. The most difficult part of using a sat nav seems to be downloading the map updates, whereas some got it done in under and hour others were struggling. On the whole customers seemed pleased with this sat nav especially the free maps and traffic alerts.

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