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Garmin nüvi 1695 5-Inch Portable Bluetooth Navigator with Google Local Search & Real-Time Traffic

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  • 5-inch backlit TFT color touchscreen display with 480 x 272 WQVGA pixel resolution
  • Preloaded with City Navigator NT North America maps for the U.S, Canada and Mexico
  • One-year subscription to Garmin nuLink services: Google search, fuel prices, weather, white pages, and more
  • Advanced navigation features include turn-by-turn directions, lane assist with junction view, fuel-saving ecoRoute
  • Smart features like trafficTrends historical traffic and myTrends predictive routing help you get there on time
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  • Turn-by-turn Directions

Product Description

Product Description

Enjoy the convenience of receiving certain real-time online content on the go with nüLink 1695. From fuel prices to Google Local Search, you'll be the first to know with Garmin nüLink! services. The 1695 also includes preloaded maps, lane assist with junction view, hands-free calling and ecoRoute. Plus it has nüRoute technology with trafficTrends historical traffic and myTrends predictive routing to make daily driving even easier.

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Enjoy the convenience of receiving certain real-time online content on the go with nüLink! 1695. From fuel prices to Google Local Search, you'll be the first to know with Garmin nüLink! services*. The 1695 also includes preloaded maps, lane assist with junction view**, hands-free calling and ecoRoute. Plus it has nüRoute technology with trafficTrends historical traffic and myTrends predictive routing to make daily driving even easier.

Enhance your travel experience. Click to enlarge.

Travel Like a Local with Garmin nüLink! Services
With Garmin nüLink! services, accurate real-time online information is delivered wirelessly to your nüLink! 1695. In the U.S., each nüLink! 1695 comes with a free 1-year nüLink! subscription. After the 1-year period ends, service costs $60 a year--that's only $5 a month! With nüLink! services, you'll get Google Local Search to find local points of interest (POIs) and traffic services that deliver alerts for delays and road construction then automatically guide you around them in the shortest time. Need fuel? Find up-to-date fuel prices near your location for regular, mid-grade, premium or diesel. Other convenient services included in the subscription: Ciao! friend finder, weather, movie times, local events, Send to GPS, flight status, currency converter, White Pages and myGarmin.

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It's easy to see where you're going on nüLink! 1695's 5" (12.7 cm) touchscreen display. View map detail, driving directions, photos and more in bright, brilliant color. With its big, bold display, you won't miss a thing.

Lane assist with junction view guides you to the correct lane for an approaching turn or exit.

Accurate real-time online information is delivered wirelessly to the device.

Get voice-prompted, turn-by-turn directions that speak street names to your destination.

Get Turn-by-turn Directions
nüLink! 1695's intuitive interface greets you with 2 simple options: "Where To?" and "View Map." Touch the color screen to easily look up addresses and services and get voice-prompted, turn-by-turn directions that speak street names to your destination. It comes preloaded with detailed City Navigator NT street maps for the U.S, Canada and Mexico, nearly 6 million POIs, 2-D or 3-D maps and speed limits for most major roads. Its digital elevation maps show you shaded contours at higher zoom levels, giving you a big picture of the surrounding terrain. And with HotFix satellite prediction, nüvi calculates your position faster to get you there quicker.

Experience nüRoute Technology with trafficTrends and myTrends
Smart and good-looking, this uniquely personal navigator comes with advanced routing capabilities that include trafficTrends and myTrends. There's no subscription necessary, no added costs, your nüLink! 1695 just does it.

With trafficTrends, your nüLink! 1695 automatically learns daytime trends for traffic flow to improve your routes and better predict your estimated time of arrival based on time of day and day of week. With myTrends, when you save your regular destinations in your "Favorites," your nüLink! 1695 will, over time, begin to figure out where you're going even without your telling it! It provides time of arrival and relevant traffic information. So whether you're driving to and from work or a regularly scheduled weekly event, your nüLink! 1695 will help you get there on time.

Know the Lane Before It's Too Late
No more guessing which lane you need to be in to make an upcoming turn. Lane assist with junction view guides you to the correct lane for an approaching turn or exit, making unfamiliar intersections and exits easy to navigate. It realistically displays road signs and junctions on your route along with arrows that indicate the proper lane for navigation for most metro areas.

Select Fuel-efficient Routes
nüLink! 1695 saves you gas and money with ecoRoute--a green feature that calculates the most fuel-efficient route, tracks fuel usage and more. With ecoRoute, you have a "less fuel" option as a routing preference. When selected, the 1695 will determine if a more fuel efficient route exists based upon road speed data and vehicle acceleration data for a given route.

Route Planning
nüLink! 1695 includes advanced navigation features to take the worry out of traveling. With route planning you can save 10 routes, specify via points and preview simulated turns on the 1695's wide screen. In addition, nüLink! 1695 automatically sorts multiple destinations to provide an efficient route for errands, deliveries or sales calls. It also displays speed limits for highways and Interstates. A trip log provides an electronic breadcrumb trail of up to 10,000 points, so you can see where you've been on the map.

Make Hands-free Calls
For hands-free calling, nüLink! 1695 integrates Bluetooth wireless technology with a built-in microphone and speaker. Just pair it with your compatible Bluetooth phone and talk hands-free through the 1695 while staying focused on the road. Simply dial numbers with nüvi's touchscreen keypad to make a call. To answer calls, just tap the screen and speak. Enjoy convenient 1-touch dialing for contacts and POIs.

Go Beyond Navigation
Navigation is just the beginning. "Where Am I?" emergency locator finds the closest hospitals, police stations, fuel stations, nearest address and intersections. nüLink! 1695 helps you remember where you parked by automatically marking your position when you remove it from your car. It also includes travel tools, such as JPEG picture viewer, world travel clock with time zones, currency converter, measurement converter and calculator. Photo navigation lets you download pictures from Garmin Connect Photos. The 1695 features Garmin Lock, an anti-theft feature, and is compatible with Garmin Garage where you can download free vehicles and voices. Enhance your travel experience with optional plug-in microSD cards.

*One-year data subscription to nüLink! services included with purchase of nüLink! 1695 while offer lasts. nüLink! services only available in select coverage areas. See the nüLink! coverage map for coverage details. nüLink! Traffic services are available in select areas. See the nüLink! traffic coverage map for included areas.

**Not available at all intersections/interchanges in all areas.

Compare the nüvi 1600 Series Features

nüvi 1600 Series Features
Detailed Mapping Coverage
U.S., Canada and Mexico
U.S., Canada and Mexico
Traffic
Compatible
Compatible
Display Size
4.3 Inches
5 Inches
Included nüLink Subscription
2 Years
1 Year
nüRoutes Technology
N
Y
nüLink App Store
N
Y
Lane Assist With Junction View
Y
Y
Hands-free Calling
Y
Y



What's in the Box
nüLink! 1695, Preloaded City Navigator NT North America (U.S, Canada and Mexico), Free 1-Year Data Subscription to Garmin nüLink! Services in the U.S., Vehicle Suction Cup Mount, Vehicle Power Cable, USB Cable, Dashboard Disc, Quick Start Manual


Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight1.2 pounds
Product Dimensions6.4 x 6.4 x 3.2 inches
Item model number010-00912-00
Batteries:1 Lithium ion batteries required.
Display Size5 inches
Warranty1 yr
Battery Life3 hours
  
Additional Information
ASINB003ZUXW70
Shipping Weight1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 24, 2010
  
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Customer Reviews

First, I really don't care for the ads that pop up when stopped.
Mike Stepchinski
And while I like the NuLink's traffic and 'safety camera' warnings and weather reports of the 1690, I also like the enhanced weather reporting (actual weather maps!)
Ken C
If I ran the Garmin network, anything over 24 hours old would cause a harsh phone call.
JGinLA

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

56 of 61 people found the following review helpful By HK on November 9, 2010
Verified Purchase
upd Mar 2011: Firmware update v2.6 released in Feb resolved issues with map scrolling and slow route calculation (so Garmin does listen to the customers). These improvements and the new price range makes it a much more reasonable purchase. Routing and estimated arrival time still remains an issue.
Most likely, Garmin silently disabled TrafficTrends feature with firmware update with firmware update in Feb. Traffic trends don't make any difference to routing, estimated arrival time or calculation time. This has been confirmed on GPS forums by some owners of 1695 and 3790. Garmin customer service rep did not think this is the case and I haven't pressed the issue further.
I lost the unit in March so this review might not reflect the most recent changes, let me know if this is the case.
The review below is as of Oct 2010 with minor edits as of March.
******
Bright side:

- Surprisingly stable for a device that have been released only recently. No major functional problems like freezing or lost satellites.
- NuLink traffic allows immediate traffic acquisition in most cases. Traffic data in reasonable. Coverage is decent. Garmin gets NuLink signal even in areas where my cellphone does not work.
- Lane assist works very well. There are occasionally junction views for those who think they are helpful.
- Google local POI search is sometimes helpful although I tend to use Garmin's categorized POI more often. Both Google search and Garmin's POI are much easier to use than POI search on TomTom.
- I really like local event search (sports, music, arts, etc). Flight status, gas prices and movie times, weather (including weather radar) are also interesting features. Not that I really use them, but they are nice.
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50 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Mike Stepchinski on October 29, 2010
I'm quite dissapointed in this unit, as I expected more. First, I really don't care for the ads that pop up when stopped. I certainly didn't intend to buy an advertising kiosk for my dashboard.

Second, I am not fascinated with the routing and traffic functions. Many GPS's learn your route and estimate traffic on that route. This unit also will not route to the roads I take to work, even though it shows a shorter commute time once I turn to take the back way to work. My known route saves on average about 15 minutes, and the GPS tries to route me through a congested area each morning.

My unit also takes quite some time to recalculate a route when downtown - can get frustrating sometimes.

Another irritating issue is the inability to independently adjust volumes for bluetooth connected phones and alerts. The phone is way too quiet when alerts sound ok, and alerts blare when the phone sounds ok.

For the amount of money this unit costs, paired with the ads that pop up, I am inclined to return it for a refund. Better luck next time Garmin..
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Ken C on April 16, 2011
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I got this 1695 a couple of months ago, and I've found it vastly improved (but not yet perfect) over the 1690. I am very glad I upgraded.
To understand my reasons, I should first begin by saying that I'm an avid GPS user. Each of my two boats have GPS, I've taken piloting (i.e., inshore navigation) and offshore (i.e., celestial, as with a sextant) navigation courses, and even when driving on a vacation trip, I like to know exactly my position just for fun.
Garmin's old StreetPilots (I had them, too) used to allow a display of latitude and longitude on the map screen. When I upgraded to the NUVI's (1490 and 1690) this was no longer the case -- first of several big disappointments (and not fixed with the 1695) wtih the first NUVI, only some of which are corrected in the 1695.
I also missed the StreetPilots' display of the name of the upcoming street on top of the map screen (yes, you can see them on the map itself, but it's written too small to be useful). But happily this has been corrected in the 1695, which I discovered to again display each cross street's name as I approach.
Another big gripe with the first NUVI's is that, while I could measure distances to the nearest hundredths of a mile with the StreetPilots, I couldn't measure distances in the 1490 and 1690 to less than the nearest mile (rounded); happily, the 1695 lets me measure distances to the nearest tenth of a mile, and even better, the 1695 offers not one but two trip odometers, so I can keep an overall log of a trip as well as measure smaller portions of a trip (e.g., miles on a tank of gas, or the distance to a landmark or waypoint).
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Warren Merrill on December 5, 2010
Rather than waste much space on discussing all the features of the 1695, many of which are common to the rest of the Garmin 1xxx models, I'll instead talk about those that make it unique. Garmin's nuLink 1695 is a cellular-connected pnd using AT&T's network, the same general technology behind TomTom's 740 and 340 Live models, and direct competition for them. But unlike TomTom's quite slow and basic GPRS connection that also depends on AT&T's network, Garmin's 1695 uses the much faster EDGE technology, effectively tripling the gross data throughput that Tomtom's Live pnd's can accomplish. What this gives you is faster Google searches, quicker traffic updates, and more bandwidth allowing for double the services. Where TomTom includes a very few connected services, just real-time traffic, Google Local Search, basic weather, Buddies, Gas Prices (US and not Europe anymore)and optional add-on subscription Traffic Cameras, Garmin doubles that and more. Standard nuLink services include the same real-time traffic, Google Local Search, weather, Ciao (Buddies), Gas Prices. . . plus White Page lookups by name or phone number, Movie Times and locations, current Flight Time arrival and departures, Local Events for upcoming concerts, art, sports, and special community activities, SendToGPS using Google Maps or Microsoft Live, plus optional enhanced Weather Radar maps with Severe Weather warnings, and Safety Camera (redlight) Alerts via the nuLink Store. One year of the standard connected services is included with the device, $5 per month thereafter. Compare to Tomtom at $10 per month, with just three months free intro period.

Traffic is particularly well-done on the 1695.
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