With a list price of 9.95 and available on the Web for under 0, the Navman F20 is a truly affordable entry-level GPS system.Navman also designed the F20 to be simple and easy to use, and it certainly delivered on that promise.If you don't need multimedia features, the Navman F20 is a good GPS at a great price.The menu system on the F20 is built for simplicity; it ensures that consumers new to GPS technology will have a very short learning curve.Please note: There may be other models/versions of the Navman F-series e.g.F40 Europe or F20 Europe where maps we sell are also compatible. Here at Active GPS we sell genuine Navman F-series street-level road maps on SD card that insert into the Navman F20, F30, F40 and F50 models. As of January 2017 we have less than 40 USA and Canada maps in stock. To avoid disappointment we recommend that you buy now. Sorry, UK and Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Australia and New Zealand maps are already completely sold out.(F10 was DVD only) We have a limited stock of these genuine, hard to find, Navman F-series maps. We are also completely sold of the most recent 2009 update DVD for the F10 - but we do have 2007 maps for the F10 with unlock codes for Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand.
If it's an accessory you require for a Navman F-series sat nav, please see Navman F-Series accessories.The F20 shares some common features found on more expensive portable GPS devices.Like most GPS systems for under 0, it features a 3.5-inch touch screen.Does anyone know how to upgrade the Navman F20 via an SD card. You need to run it on your PC when Navman is connected.Ive downloaded the F20 Service Pack 2 , and i've transferred it to the SD card, inserted it into the Navman.....how do I install it from the SD card onto the Navman? To be able to update or do anything with your F20 you will need to buy The Smart ST software with the PC connectivity kit. Hope that helps Hi, You dont need to put service pack on F20 card. The software should come with the GPS unit, as per most brands, but not with Navman.Don't let the term "entry level" fool you, however.