|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.8 x 6.6 x 3.7 inches|
|Item model number||010-N1211-01|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Display Size||6 inches|
Garmin nüvi 65LM GPS Navigators System with Spoken Turn-By-Turn Directions (Lower 49 U.S. States) (Certified Refurbished)
|Price:||$124.95 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- DISPLAY - Bright 6" dual-orientation display
- FREE LIFETIME MAP UPDATES - Businesses open and close. New roads are built. Be confident your routes reflect the latest map data available.
- LANE ASSIST WITH JUNCTION VIEW - Easily navigate complex interchanges; brightly colored arrows indicate the proper lane position for your next turn or exit.
- UP AHEAD - Easily find places Up Ahead, like food and gas stations, without leaving the map
- SCHOOL ZONE WARNINGS - Receive alerts for up-coming school zones
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Top customer reviews
One annoyance that still exists is if skip a turn, you get an nearly endless series of spoken messages to take the next turn, however, at least the annoying "recalculating" is largely gone. I wish there was a mute function to stop this, but alas the only way I see to do it is hit the power button to put the unit asleep. However, the endless "recalculating"
I've been playing with options. I started with restaurants, gas stations, etc displayed on screen all the time, but soon found the screen was so cluttered (at least near a city) that I couldn't see the route, so I turned this off. I experimented with 'North UP', but found on a quick glance I could not tell which way the car was pointing because the on screen car symbol is too symmetrical, so I am back to Track Up.
One continuing annoyance is that Recently found list fills up too easily with junk addresses. I gather from the online manual there is a way to delete an individual entry, but it is not intuitive, and I haven't yet been able to do this. There's lots of spare memory, so downloaded the online manual (.pdf) onto the LM65. Unfortunately .pdf files are not supported, and I don't see anyway to access the manual.
(update) For a long time I used the 'Recently found' list for my addresses, but this list has gradually filled up with junk, so I put a lot of time into trying to delete individually entries. By fooling around I was able to delete one or two, but I couldn't delete a lot of them and in doing this I inadvertently added new addresses making the problem worse. .
I've now given up trying to use the 'Recently found' list, but I have a work around. Pull your address from the 'Saved' list.The advantage of the 'Saved' list over the 'Recently found' list is that it will have far less junk, because it will only have address that you (not Garmin) have specifically saved. To populate my Saved list, which was empty, I called up the addresses in 'Recently found' that I wanted to keep and individually Saved them. ("i" leads to Save button.) I then deleted all the entries in the 'Recently found' list. New addresses will automatically be entered by Garmin into the 'Recently found' list, so periodically those I want to keep I can easily move into my 'Saved' list.