- Size (LWH): 6.61 inches, 0.75 inches, 3.7 inches
- Weight: 9.44 ounces
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Garmin Nuvi 2689LMT 6.1-Inch Bluetooth GPS Navigator - (Certified Refurbished)(Black)
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- This Certified Refurbished product is tested & certified by Garmin to work like-new. The product includes all original accessories, and is backed by a 1 year warranty
- FOURSQUARE - Search million of additional new and popular restaurants, shops and more with Foursquare
- Direct Access - Simplifies navigating to select complex destinations, like malls and airports
- LIFETIME MAP UPDATES - Businesses open and close. New roads are built. Be confident your routes reflect the latest map data available. LIFETIME TRAFFIC - Free lifetime traffic avoidance, no ads or subscription fees
- Bluetooth with Smartphone Link Capatibility and Voice Activated Navigation
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Top Customer Reviews
I'm using the cable that came with the gps! Anyone having this issue? And of course it's past the return period!
I was replacing a Garmin 5" GPS. The extra inch does make a difference. This one clearly shows the name of the next road you are turning onto and if available, the exit #. It's very useful to have that info. As well as a countdown of the distance to the next turn maneuver.Then when you get to a turnoff (on an interstate) the GPS goes into a split screen thing where you can still see the map, but you also see a diagram of the intersection, with an arrow showing you which way to turn, and which lane to be in. Very nice, very useful.
I was doubting that buying a "used" GPS would work out, well it has, no problem at all.
I was also doubting that this 6" unit would be a significant enough improvement over a 5" one from the same company. If it was very much more expensive I don't think I'd be happy, but for less than $150, I feel it was definitely worth it. 7" would be too big, it would block my view of where I'm driving. 6" is perfect.
There's more direction information. The "voice" speaks more clearly, easier to understand. The screen can be seen without glare even in sunny conditions. I'm happy and I haven't even gotten to the pairing with my cell phone stuff.
The one thing I don't like is that my previous GPS would say "recalculating" when I missed a turn. That let me know that I had missed a turn if that wasn't obvious. This new one stays silent. If it does it's job well enough it shouldn't come up, and it's very nice when you are deliberately going a different way than the GPS wants, but there were times when I liked the notification that I had missed something.
BTY, I am a Garmin fan, with at least 10 of their devices dating back 15 years or so. This deal was a dud, but Amazon Prime is the best! It went back the next day for a full refund.
Why I knocked it down one star - With my old Garmins - When out looking for lunch, but not know what I want, I would select "restaurants". And as I drove, the list would automatically refresh every few seconds with the closest ones always on top. When I try and do this with the 2689, the restaurant list is statically locked, and only the distances to this static list are automatically updated. Bummer . . . this should be a pretty easy programming change. I am hoping the software folks at Garmin will read this review and change it as described in a future software update.