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5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
Hi all,

I am going to the US in a couple of weeks and I would need a sat nav to show us the way. Could anyone recommend a reasonable priced one (must be less than £100). Would be great if maps are included or can be cheaply obtained from the internet.

Many thanks!
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5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
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#1
If you can't get one in this country, when you arrive in USA go to a large store like Walmart or KMart where you can usually get them for about $100 and up (about £60 upwards). Obviously these will be specifically for USA, possibly Canada also, but I'm note sure. If you get a UK satnav you can buy a programme of maps of USA online but you will probably pay as much as the £60 mentioned above. Maybe other HUKD readers can suggest a cheaper source. Hope you get fixed up.
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I forgot to mention, when you purchase items in USA it is net of tax. But sales tax is usually about 7%.
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philatstoke
If you can't get one in this country, when you arrive in USA go to a large store like Walmart or KMart where you can usually get them for about $100 and up (about £60 upwards). Obviously these will be specifically for USA, possibly Canada also, but I'm note sure. If you get a UK satnav you can buy a programme of maps of USA online but you will probably pay as much as the £60 mentioned above. Maybe other HUKD readers can suggest a cheaper source. Hope you get fixed up.



alternatively if you've an unlocked android phone then just use free google maps..get a local PAYG US sim with some data..Just make sure your phone's quadband (i.e. supports freq 900/1800/1900/2100MHz) If the SIM runs on 850MHZ don't even bother buying it ( the sim ) as it won't work
If you don't already own an android then a cheap android phone is that Samsung Apollo @ £79 PAYG at carphone ..even better than their £200 Samsung Mini which is priced @ £200
#4
darklight
philatstoke
If you can't get one in this country, when you arrive in USA go to a large store like Walmart or KMart where you can usually get them for about $100 and up (about £60 upwards). Obviously these will be specifically for USA, possibly Canada also, but I'm note sure. If you get a UK satnav you can buy a programme of maps of USA online but you will probably pay as much as the £60 mentioned above. Maybe other HUKD readers can suggest a cheaper source. Hope you get fixed up.


alternatively if you've an unlocked android phone then just use google maps..get a local PAYG US sim with some data..Just make sure your phone's quadband (i.e. supports freq 900/1800/1900/2100MHz) If the SIM runs on 850MHZ don't even bother buying it ( the sim ) as it won't work
If you don't already own an android then a cheap android phone is that Samsung Apollo @ £79 PAYG at carphone ..even better than their £200 Samsung Mini which is priced @ £200


Or buy a suitable ovi maps compatible Nokia phone. They are often available for £50 and a holder and car charger can be had for a few quid on ebay/amazon. You could probably pick up a second hand phone for even less. I still have my 5800 for satnav use.
#5
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Or buy a suitable ovi maps compatible Nokia phone. They are often available for £50 and a holder and car charger can be had for a few quid on ebay/amazon. You could probably pick up a second hand phone for even less. I still have my 5800 for satnav use.

Agreed, the advantage being that they work without using the phone network. 5230 can be got nice and cheap.
#6
thanks for all your comments guys. I have a Nokia with Ovi maps but when I was in the USA last time it never picked up a satellite... It works fine in the UK, but no idea why no signal could be found
in the USA. Anyway, seems I can borrow a sat nav from someone, so that problem is then solved

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