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Garmin nüvi 50 5-inch Portable GPS Navigator(US) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Lane assist with junction view
  • Speed limit indicator
  • Trip computer records mileage, max speed, total time and more.
  • Hear spoken street names
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Product Information

Style: Base Model
Technical Details
Item Weight6.2 ounces
Product Dimensions5.5 x 0.7 x 3.4 inches
Item model number010-00991-01
Batteries:1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Display Size5 inches
WarrantyLimited 1-year parts and labor
Battery Life2 hours
  
Additional Information
ASINB0057OCS9A
Shipping Weight10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 24, 2011
  
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Technical Details

Style: Base Model
  • Voice Prompts

Product Description

Style: Base Model

BRIGHT 5 DIAGONAL COLOR DISPLAYSLIM DESIGN FITS EASILY IN POCKETEASY-TO-USE TOUCHSCREEN INTERFACELANE ASSIST NAVIGATE WITH CONFIDENCE WHILE NUVI DIRECTS TO THE PREFERRED LANEINCLUDES TURN-BY-TURN DIRECTIONS WITH SPOKEN STREET NAMESPUBLIC TRANSIT NAVIGATE USING BUSES TRAMWAY METRO & SUBURBAN RAIL SYSTEMS WITH OPTIONAL CITYXPLORER SPEED LIMIT INDICATOR DISPLAYS SPEED LIMITS FOR MOST MAJOR ROADSCONFIGURABLE VEHICLE ICONS ALLOWS USERS TO SELECT FUN CUSTOMIZED CAR-SHAPED ICONS"WHERE AM I?" FEATURE FINDS THE CLOSEST HOSPITALS POLICE STATIONS GAS STATIONS NEAREST ADDRESS INTERSECTION & COORDINATESHIGH-SENSITIVITY GPS RECEIVER WITH HOTFIX TRIP COMPUTER RECORDS MILEAGE MAX SPEED TOTAL TIME & MOREMICROSD CARD EXPANSION SLOTSIMPLIFIED PC CONNECTIVITY USING USB MASS STORAGE ACCESS EITHER THE MICROSD CARD SLOT OR THE UNIT S INTERNAL MEMORY DIRECTLY FROM PC DESKTOPMAP DATA IS PROVIDED BY NAVTEQBUILT-IN LITHIUM-ION BATTERYDIM: 3.7 W X 2.8 H X 0.6 DWEIGHT: 3.8 OZINCLUDES STURDY SUCTION CUP MOUNT FOR EASY ADJUSTMENT & QUICK RELEASE;UPC : 753759978648Shipping Dimensions : 5.50in X 4.50in X 2.50inEstimated Shipping Weight : 1.0

Customer Reviews

Previous GPS was a Garmin Nuvi 1300 and this new one is so much better.
Lisa
I love how easy it is to use and how I can now get to places without getting lost.
Em Dunn
It is easy to use nice size screen easy to see and directions are very clear.
Kelly

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1,230 of 1,270 people found the following review helpful By Brian E. Toney on December 18, 2011
Style Name: With Lifetime Maps
I upgraded from a Nuvi 205w, which Ive had for 3 years. The 205w has sure gotten a work out, I work for a large cable company, so I drive all day and the 205w has never failed me as it navigates 8 hours a day, 5 days a week for the past 3 years. The battery is at the end of its life as it holds a charge for a bit over an hour and the maps are outdated. As prices of GPS units are constantly dropping and being offered with lifetime map updates, I couldn't justify updating the maps on the 3 year old unit when for a few dollars more I picked up a new one when it went on sale.
I didn't need all of the bells and whistles like bluetooth, voice activation/voice commands, mp3 player etc. When shopping for a new unit I wasn't convinced that I needed the 5" screen as my old 4.3" unit was mounted next to the rear view mirror and about 22" from my face, and I could read the screen just fine. B*st B*y just happened to have the 50LM version on sale much cheaper than the smaller 40LM, so it was a no brainer. (I picked it up for $117)
After purchasing the unit I had it updated and ready for use in 34 minutes after walking in the house. The update included installing the Web updater, the lifetime map updater, registering the unit, updating the maps and firmware and rebooting the unit twice. Very quick process and everything went absolutely flawless.
After the effortless update process, I took it out to actually navigate, I checked the points of interest, looked up a pizza restaurant across town and it guided me there with zero glitches, hiccups, re-routes or misguided routing. While on the interstate, upon approaching an exit it switches to lane assist and junction view and the exit signs it shows are to-the-letter exact as the actual sign reads. Very impressive.
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231 of 238 people found the following review helpful By New to Garmin on July 9, 2012
Style Name: With Lifetime Maps
I just bought this from my local Best Buy. I thought the price was great for a Garmin and everything I've heard/read about Garmins was fantastic, so I figured this was a great buy!

PROS:
Screen: The screen is great! Very bright and easy to see without taking your eyes off the road. The windshield attachment works perfectly (don't let the salesguy sucker you into buying a dashboard attachment; you don't need it). Touch screen works like a charm. Very sensitive. As good as my iPhone's touch screen!

Voice: Voice is very clear and easy to understand. What I love about this GPS is that the voice tells you what street you'll be turning onto. I love that because then you know what to look out for and you don't have to keep looking at the screen wondering if you missed your turn or not (that can be very dangerous/distracting while driving!). Plus, let's face it, pretty much every GPS is off by a few feet when telling you where you're turn is in relation to where you are...

Destination: When typing in your destination, the GPS searches for the address as you're typing. At first this annoyed me, but then I found it to be quite helpful. It allows you to plug in your destination faster and get on the go. Very cool feature.

Real View: When on the highway, the GPS shows you a picture of what your exit looks like so you know what to look out for. Kind of like google maps does online. I thought this was pretty cool when it popped up.

Red Lights: While on the road, the device will warn you if there are traffic lights that are camera sensitive. This way you know to stop when the light turns yellow instead of risking going through it and getting a ticket. LOVE IT!
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738 of 790 people found the following review helpful By D. Heinsohn on October 3, 2011
Style Name: With Lifetime Maps
I've been using a NUVI 50LM for about a month now. It replaced a Garmin StreetPilot 7200. The 7200 was a top of the line unit at it's introduction. First the LM stands for Life Time Maps. This is a great feature. One of my frustrations with other GPS units has been the cost of updating the maps. With the LM I'll be able to do that any time there is an upgrade, prepaid!
I'm used to the larger screen of the 7200 and was worried that I'd not like the 5" screen of the 50. After a couple of days it works out fine.
The new unit is much lighter than the older one which even in the car mount turns out to be important as the new unit does not vibrate nearly as much on our dirt roads. Thus it's easier to use when the road conditions are not smooth.
The Lane and Junction assists Garmin has added are a great help once you locate them. Basically in the upper left corner there is a lane layout with the lanes you should be in highlighted. When approaching an exit a pseudo image of the exit is presented on the right side. This is nice for sorting out what you should be doing on a fast moving and changing Interstate system. I get a laugh out of the shadow mountains in the background while driving in Kansas.
Garmin has dropped the "Recalculating" statement that was made after a missed turn. This is both good and bad. There have been some times when I didn't know if the advice coming out of the unit was new or old. Overall it is less irritating.
This unit acquires a fix noticeably faster than other units I've used, including the 7200. That's especially nice when I forget to turn in on until after I'm rolling in a busy part of town.
Another new feature to me is the speed limit sign in the lower right corner.
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