I managed to get a 60c a couple of months ago via a friend in Dubai and DHL’ed it over here. Given the difference in price and the exchange rate you could probably get a cheap holiday on the beach for a few days if you flew over to get it... apparently the “GPS souk” is awash with the things
Anyway – my opinion after using it Morocco on the last trip.
It acquires amazingly quickly compared to some the other Garmin’s I have used. For the most part I would say the spec’s are relatively accurate and it does what it says on the tin. I mounted it on the dash of a defender with a Garmin mount bought in the UK and had no need of an external aerial (a first for me!) Using it is fairly idiot proof which for me is a good thing.
Slight niggles, I found the back light very dim and the screen difficult to read whist driving in bright light and your wearing sunglasses. The power lead also gets in the way when using the dash board mount which is a pain when you stop and want to put it away.
Its very rugged, survived being dropped numerous times, server vibration from corrugated roads and constant attention from a three year old. I would doubt however that its fully water proof despite what Garmin say but it did survive a few dousings in cola and fruit juice!
One thing that has to be mentioned though is the accuracy of the supplied base maps international boarders. According to these I spent nearly a week 20 k in side Algeria...
Personally I really liked it and would recommend it whole heartedly – its compact, easy to use, survives rough treatment.