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Newbie with these, but the over half needs one. Anyone recommend a simple but reliable GPS please, not looking to pay over £100. Read More
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
Newbie with these, but the over half needs one.

Anyone recommend a simple but reliable GPS please, not looking to pay over £100.
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
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#1
One of the best , easiest to use is the Navigo range , sold by ebuyer or recently from WHSmith. Battery life is excellent , they say the TurboDog software is OK'ish ,but I put TT7 on mine and it's a great little device . Very small ,plays videos ,mps's and you can even use it as a satnav :-). My v2 was only £39.99 from WHS.
#2
Bought a Navman S50 3D from Morrisions - £70 the other week.

Doubles up as a Bluetooth also
#4
I bought a Garmn Nuvi 660 in Halfords clearance for 40 the other day. Think it might me a one off but other GPS systems in there so worth a look in the rack end of your local store
#5
Apparantly Halford are doing 50% off their Sat navs at the min - might be worth checking out

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