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I find most of these comments about right but it did only cost $200, so much cheaper than the Garmin. The frozen screen is easy to fix, just give it a minute or two to sort itself.

The nuisance on rides is that it loses its way then fails when trying to replan the route. I suspect shortage of satellites at a particular point. But on the go you can reset the original route and it goes back to normal as if nothing had happened.
It takes you on odd detours to avoid traffic adding extra distance which maybe you didn't want.

Overall it does the job I wanted it for and that is finding new destinations and my way home with turn by turn instructions. The recorded data shown and recorded has always been fine.

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