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Garmin Nuvi 780 Portable GPS Vehicle Navigation System w/ 4.3" LCD Widescreen (0100065705) BeanBag 2GB SD BigVALUEInc Accessory Saver Bundle + MORE

3.6 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews
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  • 4.3-Inch Diagonal Touch Screen Color Display
  • 480 X 272 Pixels, Wqvga Display With White Backlight
  • Preloaded With City Navigator(R) North America Nt Maps
  • Bluetooth(R) Wireless Technology For Hands-Free Calling
  • Speed Limit Indicator Displays Speed Limits For Highways & Interstates
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Product Features

  • Size (LWH): 4.8 inches, 0.79 inches, 2.99 inches
  • Weight: 6.24 ounces
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Product Description

This Kit Includes:
1- Garmin Nuvi 780 Vehicle GPS w/4.3" LCD Touch Widescreen Brand New USA w/ Full Manufacturer's Accessories
1- 2GB SD Memory Card (Extra Storage Space for your MP3s, Pictures, Additional Maps, POI's and Software!)
1- USB SD Memory Card Reader (Transfer Your MP3s, Pictures, Additional Maps, POI's and Software Faster!)
1- Bean Bag Dashboard Mount (Mount Your GPS Unit Without Adhesives or Windshield Mounts, Simple Beanbag Mount Stays In Place and Works for Any GPS Unit!)
1- Pack of GPS Screen Protectors (Protect Your Screen from Dust & Scratches!)

More about this GPS:
Vehicle GPS Unit, 4.3" LCD Screen. Go wide and get MSN Direct with nuvi 780. This navigator has it all - advanced navigation features, a widescreen display, preloaded maps, an FM transmitter and hands-free calling - plus real-time local weather, traffic, movie times, stock information, gas prices and news and local events. Like the rest of the wide nuvi 700-series, its premium navigation capabilities, like route planning and a handy locator, give you peace of mind on the go.

Supplied Manufacturer Accessories in addition to mentioned above: Preloaded City Navigator® NT for North America, MSN Direct receiver with integrated vehicle power cable, 3 months free MSN Direct service, Vehicle suction cup mount, Dashboard disc, USB cable, Quick start manual.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 4.8 x 0.8 x 3 inches
Item Weight 6.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Item model number 010-00657-10
National Stock Number 5825-01-560-8195
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3.6 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,473 in Electronics > GPS & Navigation > Vehicle GPS

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By David Stapleton VINE VOICE on March 22, 2012
I will apologize for the long review to follow (I usually try to keep it to one screen).

Over the past three years I have used three different GPS units from three different manufacturers. I thought a side by side comparison might be useful. The technology continues to advance, as does the feature set offered in the way of traffic reporting/rerouting and map updates, so I will try to stick the general feature set/usability of each unit unless it pertains to a feature that I cannot see buying a GPS without.

The three GPS units are a Motorola Motonav TN765T, TomTom XL 350TM and Garmin Nuvi 760.

Motorola Motonav TN765T
* best screen resolution of the three
* fast trip calculation/recalculation and voice input or destination is a great feature
* best overall display and on screen information content pertaining to speed, direction, etc.
- light weight
- plenty of expansion features (at a cost)
- 2D or 3D map rendering
- phone Bluetooth integration is easy to setup
- satellite lock is fast and stable

- the mount is wonderfully articulated, so that you can mount and adjust it to your heart's content, but it vibrates/jiggles constantly in my car so that it makes it hard to read the display
- Motorola decided to place a couple of controls on the back of the unit, and I found that I was constantly triggering them while adjusting the unit
- can you say advertisements?
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I'm not sure where the previous guy bought his 780,but it sounds like he should've bought it elsewhere.I drive for a living and none of the things mentioned by other reviewer are true of my unit.Works perfectly,easy to operate and undertand.Just returned from a 7400 mile trip across country without a single issue!I'd buy this again.I've seen other brands of comparably priced gps units that I wouldn't give $5 for.This 780 is as good as it gets...
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I bought this Nuvi in December 2008. This Nuvi model is a little slow to start up. Other than that I have no complaints.

Update: In February 2011, I had to replace the suction cup mount because the previous one lost its suction after two years of regular use.

Update: In July 2011, the GPS quit working. I opened the GPS and found a loose electric connector. After re-snapping the connector it started working again.
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Before I get into my complaint, let me say that I really DO like this Garmin product! The 760 does as good as it's maps allow it to do. I love the MP3 player. The screen is plenty big, good color and very readable in sunlight. I've had mine several years and it still holds a good battery charge. I love adding my own POI and routes and I love that it's compatible to MapQuest so I can create a route on MapQuest and download it to my GPS. The Bluetooth works well and I've always had fun downloading voices and vehicles (my son even created his own voice for us to use). I like the "Where Am I" feature where I just tap the vehicle and it gives me info to what address I'm near, my coordinates and nearest emergency locations. Garmin also makes it easy to keep your GPS updated. As far as I'm concerned, Garmin beats TomTom and Motorola by a long shot (no, I haven't owned either of them but I've talked to people who have).

My gripes? Well, the suction cup doesn't last long, but thankfully there's a dash-mount replacement that works beautifully (Garmin Portable Friction Mount - Frustration Free Packaging). The biggest problem I have with this particular model is that it wants to take me on highways. Even though I have it set on "fastest route" it will take me 10 minutes out of the way on a 20 minute drive to take me by the highway instead of taking backroads (my drive to my friend's house is 20 minutes by backroads and 30 minutes if I follow my Garmin 760). If I turn onto a side road, my 760 will do everything in it's power to convince me to turn down other roads just to get me back onto the silly highway.
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It's a really good GPS when it worked. It's a pain to go through the interface to type out the city and state. One day it just stopped working. It said that there were battery problems. It turns on for about five seconds and then just goes dead. I'm glad this didn't happen while I was actually going somewhere.

I contacted customer support through their website and never heard back.

There are some videos on Youtube about problems with the Garmin battery and how to replace it, but I have not tried it myself.
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Pros: Nice size screen, slim body, great windshield mount, nice display (reflective technology makes it easy to see in daylight), quick satellite fix

Cons: Bluetooth unusable, voices difficult to understand (very primitive computer-generated-sounding), low speaker volume, poor battery life, MSN Direct due to become obsolete

After having owned an old reliable TomTom One, I decided to give Garmin a shot, rather than paying to update the TomTom's maps. The GoldBox price made this 780 a fantastic price, considering its original MSRP. I have owned a handheld Garmin GPSMap60c for several years and have been satisfied with both the durability, reliable maps and excellent battery life of the 60c, so I figured I couldn't go wrong with this nuvi 780.

Straight out of the box, the unit charged fairly quickly and was able to get a satellite fix inside my house (my handheld won't do that!). The display is nice and bright, and has great screen resolution. The windshield mount is leaps and bounds better than the TomTom One. I never felt once like the unit would fall off the windshield (as the TomTom had done many times), it's a great design that should adjust to any windshield/angle.

There were several addresses that the 780 would not locate in its database. These were "old" addresses (have been there several years) that my TomTom would find. I tried different spelling and variations of the address, all to no avail. Address entry is quick and easy, and points of interest are easily located. One feature that impressed me was being able to search for POIs by name, ie: simply enter "Costco" and it will pull up all the Costco locations in proximity of your current location.
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