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Written on: 17/02/2008 by parcdelagrange (2 reviews written)
This is to update the review I made about this product last week. Yesterday I used it to drive from Oxford to Dymchurch (Kent), and then on to a tiny village near Sevenoaks called Markbeech, from there to an address in West London, and then to return to Oxford. This device did not falter once, it directed me door to door to all the destinations effeciently and without a wrong turn once. I have never tried any other sat nav unit, and so cannot compare to any other, but it does what I want it to… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/02/2008
Only good point is that it looks nice. I found it very complicted to use. Inputting addresses was difficult and I could not get it too accept a 6 digit postcode. The unit kept freezing. Got me lost on 2 out of 4 journeys and so has been returned to store and exchanged for TomTom 1. Would not recommend… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/02/2008 by parcdelagrange (2 reviews written)
For £89.99 straight off of the shelf from Tescos the Becker Traffic Assist is a must buy. Just plug in to the cigar socket and its ready to go (I set mine up in Tescos car park within 5 minutes of leaving the checkout)… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/01/2008
I think the Becker Traffic Assist is better built than tom tom.
ok maps not latest but who,s are?
stopping building roads would solve things… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/01/2008 by stevetofla (1 review written)
One of th main features I like is the GPS re-routes when making a wrong turn or miss a turn. Very accurate and it has a nice night feature. Provides posted speed limit on major highways. Great product for the money. I highly recommend it for someone who doesn't always need a GPS and doesn't want to spend a whole lot of money. The only downside is the maps aren't current… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/12/2007 by jyagercpa (1 review written)
I would not recommend you get a Becker Traffic Assist HighSpeed 7934. When I needed this product for work, it didn't help me at all. I thought maybe I just got a defective product. NOPE, I got the error messages with the second unit. I thought it would be a cool product since it plays MP3's and view pictures. Too bad the GPS part was not reliable… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/12/2007 by fairgamer (1 review written)
It's a good system, economical and have more function than name brands in its class. Mood light is cool. It recharges itself while hooked up to computer via USB. It does have one issue, every time I start it up fresh, it never connects to GPS until I remove the SD card and reinsert, even then sometimes, it says GPS signal is not available. But once it finds the signal, its good to go until you power it up fresh again. I still haven't figured out this issue, hopefully support can help… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/11/2007 by GLH (1 review written)
Great value in a crowded field. By far cleaner look… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/10/2007 by jonwagner (1 review written)
After an hour's use, I called several friends and sent an email to several groups, suggesting if they were in the market, this was the GPS to buy. My previous GPS is a Garmin iQue 3600; there is absolutley no comparison. the Garmin is now just a PDA for me.
Saving addresses was a bit confusing at first, but at 67, lots of eletronics are confusing to me.
Superior windshield mount. Clear bright screen. #1 seller in Europe says lots.
Plays MP3s while driving, with or without navigation screen turned… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/09/2007 by shaunita09 (1 review written)
I just returned my MIO for this Becker Traffic Assist HighSpeed 7934. No Comparision at all. Becker wins! It's easy to use, shows points of interest names on the map while driving and also comes with the a USB cord… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/08/2007 by Lieuallen (1 review written)
I purchased a Becker Traffic Assist Highspeed 7934 on August 1, 2007. I wanted a reliable, user-friendly and inexpensive device, and I am delighted with my Becker.
After considering units from a number of different manufacturers (Bushnell NAV500, Dual XNav 3550, FineDrive FD400, GPSmile52, Lowrance 250c, Magellan 3000T, Mio C310, NavMan iCN 330, Pharos 135 and more), I selected the Becker as the best combination of quality, features and price. It's got just about everything you could want in a… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/07/2007 by JR SOUTHAMPTON (1 review written)
Having a Sat Nav that only works now and again is not much use. Sadly after 8 months and a replacement unit I have given up on the Becker Traffic Assist and returned it to the suppliers Viking Direct. Thankfully with Viking Direct being such a good supplier, there was a no-hassle return policy, which offset the poor customer service available from the manufacturers and UK service agent… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/12/2006 by zarys79 (1 review written)
Firstly, as expected, quality very nice. Fast processor, sensitive GPS receiver which picks up a signal quite fast. Car mounting system is nice quality compared to my previous Mio. Good and simple software, menu, but have to admit I did like Mio Map v.3 software more... Displaying speed limits of the roads and adjustable warnings when over the speed limit is very useful but without up to date map/software updates it looses part of that advantage. Besides, it has no full digit UK postcode… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/12/2006 by suziecardiff (2 reviews written)
An excellent little system. Very comprehensive and accurate and you have all the other gadgets with it… Read Full Review
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Written by vemuri1
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" Less than no use. " Read More
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