Navman F20

By D Barton in GPS. December 1, 2006

The F20 is a simple, easy to use GPS. There's no fancy MP3 playback or bluetooth, this unit is straight forward and simple to use. In particular the nearest petrol and parking buttons on the side on the device are brilliant, simply press a button to flash up their locations on the 3.5 inch anti-reflective screen. It couldn't be easier, there's no menus to struggle with to get at them.

There's built in speed cameras too, enabled with a simple on / off setting. A years subscription to camera updates costs £33

Navman F20
Navman F20

Navman F20 Features

    Antiglare 3.5” touch screen
    Back on track – if you take a wrong turn
    POI (Points of Interest)
    Postcode address search
    Voice instructions
    Favourite destination stored
    2D and 3D maps
    Automatic day/night mode
    Pre-installed speed camera data
    Nearest Fuel and Park buttons to alert you to the nearest petrol station or car park
    Compatibility with the optional T1 Traffic Pack for real-time, subscription-free traffic updates in the UK, France, Germany, Belgium, Denmark and the Netherlands
    Reliable, accurate GPS navigation with SiRFstar III™ technology
    Advanced Motorway Navigation
    Route Summary View and Pause Journey functions
    1 Year manufacturers guarantee

The F20 is currently priced at around £150

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Navman Messages

Navman F20 Speed Camera Warning is there any software to make the speed camera warnings any louder or more of a warning, more flashing ,flash the speed up that you are supposed to be doing? just better warning alerts. the road angel i was using is far better with the speed camera alerts but cant get you there as the nav can easier.Posted by AlanDecember 26, 2006 F20 Postcodes After the first section of the post code leave a gap by hitting ] in the bottom right of the screen then enter the remaining 3 figuresPosted by DaveDecember 17, 2006 F20 Postcodes The F20 claims to support full UK postcodes but I can only enter the first few digits! Anyone help?Posted by GaryDecember 1, 2006 Slow Aquisition I have had my Navamn 510 for just about 12 months, fantastic. when i have had slow aquisition, I re locate, If this doesnt work, reset and try again, usually this will work, just remeber it is a computer and sometimes anly a reboot will sort it.Posted by SalsboyJune 28, 2006 Slow Aquisition Time try repositioning or adding an additional antenne , worked for me.Posted by MarkFebruary 27, 2006 Navman510 I was delighted to hear people copmplaining about a 3 min aquisition time for a 510. Yesterday mine took 3 HOURS (0.5 hours still, then dundee to glasgow) to find the satellite. Any thoughts or help??Posted by DesFebruary 10, 2006 Navman Icn520 just bought the navman fantastic works a treat ..but how do i download the speed camera locations software help e-mail Posted by Brian HollisDecember 7, 2005 Jim i also live near paisley and found the same in some areas would be interestd to hear what you now usePosted by AlexanderDecember 4, 2005
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