Falk N 80

Navigation
Tested routes, the Falklands unit allowed only a slight error. But hardly routes could be left abroad, because no overall map of Europe, but only a map with Germany, Austria and Switzerland plus European main roads amounted to the N80. The Falk Navi is average at the rate of the route calculation. Long-haul, it took 27 seconds for city routes 4 seconds. The device has the TMC traffic detector on board. The direction prompts sound slightly distorted and sometimes confusing.

Operation And Functions
The input of the destination is simple, but overall you need navigation around a minute until entered is the battery lasts the entire destination address up to 6.25 hours on their toes. In contrast to many other competitors a very good value.
Presentation
Comparatively Poorly: the map display. It suggests the coloured arrow (see picture above) as a reference to its position, it displays only the direction. At intersections, the appearance is quite confusing. There you can ever lose the orientation on the map in the hustle and bustle of traffic. When exposed to light, the surface of the screen reflects strongly. In the night mode, the brightness could something be steamed.
Maps
At the Falk N 80 supplied a map with Germany, Austria and Switzerland for the price of 400 euros. Only the main streets are from 11 other European countries. Updating the supplied card material costs 130 euro and every 6 months is possible. Class: On the device a Falk city guide with many places of interest is stored, where you navigate can can.

Test Conclusion: What You Should Know

That Falk N 80 maps of Germany, Austria and Switzerland comes with. Only the main roads are by eleven other European countries, so that not all the routes could be determined. On the tested route, the Falklands unit allowed only a slight mistake a very good result. The input of the destination is simple and goes pretty quickly. Comparatively poorly: the map display. At intersections, the appearance is quite confusing. A memory card is not included.