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Garmin Nuvi 1350
As the entry-level thin Nuvi with a widescreen, the 1350 features a 4.3-inch screen, red light and speed camera locations, lane guidance, text-to-speech, and Australian and Kiwi maps. You miss out on Bluetooth hands-free though.
User Reviews / Comments Garmin Nuvi 1350
"I have been using Mio's for the past 3 years and have never really been happy with them.
I bought the Garmin1350 from JB Hifi for AU$196 and have found it is a great device. The display is a..."
"After being assured this model had Lane Assist and Junction mode, I found it did not. The lane assistance is pretty basic. I thought I could also change the distance of "300 metres" to 500 metres..."
"Overall it is pretty good - I previously tried TomTomXL340 & Navman MY50T GPS & found map display on Nuvi has more info like Current Speed - Zone Speed - ETA & current time - In order to get School..."