• 2022 Easyfinder Midsize Road Atlas
  • 2022 Easyfinder Midsize Road Atlas
  • 2022 Easyfinder Midsize Road Atlas
  • 2022 Easyfinder Midsize Road Atlas
  • 2022 Easyfinder Midsize Road Atlas
  • 2022 Easyfinder Midsize Road Atlas
  • 2022 Easyfinder Midsize Road Atlas
  • 2022 Easyfinder Midsize Road Atlas
  • 2022 Easyfinder Midsize Road Atlas
  • 2022 Easyfinder Midsize Road Atlas
  • 2022 Easyfinder Midsize Road Atlas
  • 2022 Easyfinder Midsize Road Atlas
ISBN: 0528023802
EAN13: 9780528023804
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 19, 2021
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 0.37" H x 10.75" L x 8.38" W
Weight: 0.83 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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2022 Easyfinder Midsize Road Atlas

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   Quality printed atlas, however I don't find it to be an 'Easy Finder'
I have an older version of the 'Midsize US Atlas' which is easier to read than the Quality one. The new one has all the states listed on 2 - 4 pages. When the open book shows both pages, the older edition has 1 or 2 states on 1 or 2 pages. This one is more confusing than the others. There are connecting pages for each adjoining state with many cities and areas duplicated on several pages. The simplicity of the older version was better for me.
 
3
   Not exactly a user friendly atlas.
The Easy Finder Road Atlas is not recommended by me. I live in a small area. It was spread out sideways over four pages. The format and size of the maps were affected. One-twelfth land area and eleven-twelfths ocean were included in the pages. For a few dollars more, you can go with the larger sized atlas. I only recommend this for curious children and not as a helpful mid-sized atlas.
 
4
   Not Complete.
The map is not complete. I wanted a map that was lighter and less detailed than the full size atlas, but I was aware that it wasn't as detailed. I decided to get a full size map, it is more of a main road map. It doesn't give me enough information.
 
5
   Fabulous maps, easy to use and spiral bound!
The book is spiral bound so it is easy to keep open while traveling and the maps are great. !
 
3
   Not my favorite atlas
This is not my favorite road map. The mist maps that I need between the two states are on multiple pages, but the spiral bound part is in the middle.
 
5
   Doesn't Show All Secondary Roads
A sturdy composition, easy to read maps, and small enough to fit in the console or under your seat is what it is. I don't like the fact that the little atlas doesn't show all the secondary and less traveled paved roads. I wanted to get from Chinle, AZ to Page, AZ on the Navajo Nation. The roads that are safe for travel are not in this edition. It was very basic. Cell phone reception is almost non existent on the reservation unless you're a tribal member that uses the tribal owned cell phone company, which is why I brought my navigator along. I found the full sized atlas in Page, Arizona. The full size atlas is more detailed than the smaller one. The new large edition was thrown in the garbage can. If you stick to interstate roads, the EasyFinder atlas is not good for anything. I don't think it is a good idea.
 
5
   Everything in the big one---but smaller!
The last road atlas we had was in 2006 It was very impressive. Since we now need it more for school, I wanted to make it easier to store. I decided to go for this one. It's perfect. The initial one has a lot of great things, but a size that is easy to fit on my bookshelf.
 
3
   Should gave bought the full size version
The size is convenient, but be aware that the maps are not complete. Small cities aren't necessarily showing up on the pages because of their size. Don't be surprised. It's helpful to have a scepter.
 
3
   Lack of detail limits its usefulness
Smaller roads and smaller towns disappear completely when the maps are reduced to this size, which is a nice form factor. It's fine for major highways and most minor ones, but the small pages require splitting maps over one or more pages and there is little overlap which can make transitioning from one map to the next a real challenge. If you're a serious map user, you'd be better off with a larger atlas than a small one.
 
2
   Not great binding
I returned the 5 family gifts that I purchased. The large spiral binding is hard to use. There is too much separation.
 
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