Navman, $399, navman.com.au
★★★ THIS Garmin GPS is all about leisure. It’s about the same size as the TomTom G0 1050, with less bulk. At first glance the on/off switch, main menu button and location finder look cheap, but that gives way to a ‘‘hey, that’s quite handy’’ response. The Navman is one of the most feature-rich GPS units on the market. Its main screen has feature tiles from standard navigation to a fully integrated Lonely Planet guide showing places of interest, restaurants and places to stay. It even has Hema off-road maps for more adventurous drivers. The actual maps are lighter on information compared with TomTom but it will get you where you are going with no problems. Users should check their phone is compatible with this unit’s GPS feature.