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Cheap sat-nav needed

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9y, 11m agoPosted 9 years, 11 months ago
Help,

Need a cheap sat-nav £120ish that comes with a car charger. Have looked at them but not sure which ones are the best so need recomendations.

Thanks

Dan
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9y, 11m agoPosted 9 years, 11 months ago
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#1
I've got 2! :D

Halfords are doing some great deals on them, so if I were you, I would look there for prices when you decide on which one to go for.

I have had my Navman ICN510i (I believe that is what it's called) for a while now. It was £130 I believe and apart from one or 2 mishaps, like taking me to Chesterfield when I'm heading to Leeds and it told me to do 6 mile "ovals" with round abouts. Telling me to "take the 4th exit" on 2 roundabouts, where the 4th exit was the way I had just came, but on the other side of the road, obviously! :D I just followed the M1 North which was obviously the right way to go, but then it told me to take the next exit onto what I think was the A619, when it didn't exist, the A621 did which was the nearest one to it, but I followed the M1 and finally got there!

Other than that it was and has been fine.

I've also just got the Road Angel Navigator 6000.

I've not used it yet, and I'm not too sure how good it will be, as I think I was expecting something different to what I was getting, but we shall see.

I don't like them myself, but TomTom's get good reviews, and so do Garmins. But I would go for a Navman every time!

There is a Navman F20 available for £150 on Halfords, a bit over your £120 mark, but from what you will save on petrol on not going a few miles out of your way due to a wrong turn on a few of your journies, it will be money well spent IMHO.

http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_storeId_10001_catalogId_10151_productId_247167_langId_-1_CarSelectorCatalogId__CarSelectorGroupId__varient__categoryId_33962_crumb_31265-31468_parentcategoryrn_33962

Hope this helps and good luck with your search!
#2
Thanks appreciate your advice.
#3
I have the MIO C510E and all i can say is it is excellent value for money. It depends what your gonna be using it for. Europe or just GB most will cover GB fairly well but European maps tend to cost a lot more and some companies like Navman and even tom tom have limited coverage of chezh rep and poland etc (where i needed it to work) but the C510E had all this included on a CD and was very accurate enen in rural areas of chech republic, germany, france etc. I managed to get it on offer a few months back for £165 and it was money well spent considering an equivilent TOMTOM model with Euro maps would have cost me Near £400.
#4
think woolworths was doing the navman f20 for £129.99, dont know if its still going tho
#5
Want cheap Sat nav then take a look at the thread/deal I created re the Navman pin for 99 quid! Its a pda as well so does far more than the stand alone sat nav units! hope this helps. It was available at halfords online and in store, happy hunting! ;-)
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neilh2069
Want cheap Sat nav then take a look at the thread/deal I created re the Navman pin for 99 quid! Its a pda as well so does far more than the stand alone sat nav units! hope this helps. It was available at halfords online and in store, happy hunting! ;-)

Yeah, the Navman is great for that money. neils thread is here. It can be found cheaper elsewhere using Froogle, but it's out of stock in most places, and in stock at Halfords. (4% Quidco too)

Also the Acer n35 is a PDA with built in GPS and mapping too. It can also run TomTom with no problem. A frind of mine has one and he thinks it's good.

It might be cheaper elsewhere, but it's £116.32 here.

:pirate: CJ :pirate:
#7
i have just brought a sony NV-U50 at ********** for £99.99 i checked on the net firstand the cheapest i could find it anywhere else was £199.00 or above I have looked at the spec and it looks has good has a tom tom so i thing this ia a really good deal, Has this site edits out company names all i can say it is one of the large supermarkets and they wear bright orange fleece and the first letter begins with s

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