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If looking to purchase a Sat Nav. Im unsure of whats good and whats bad and what i should be looking for tbh. I have a budget of £80. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance. Read More
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banned9y, 3w agoPosted 9 years, 3 weeks ago
If looking to purchase a Sat Nav. Im unsure of whats good and whats bad and what i should be looking for tbh. I have a budget of £80. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.
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banned9y, 3w agoPosted 9 years, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Personally I would go for this...

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/131342/show_product_reviews

Not got one myself but considering it and there seems to be a lot of happy customer reviews :thumbsup:
banned#2
thanks :)

the only thing im concerned about is that i have not heard of that make
#3
Bit more than your budget but worth it
think the tomtom is the best
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#4
doughnuty
thanks :)

the only thing im concerned about is that i have not heard of that make


Yes I know what you mean, I havn't heard of them either but there are a lot of 5star reviews and not many unhappy customers so I dont think I would have a problem buying this. I'm just still wondering whether its worth spending £60 when I can usually get where I need to do fine with a £1.99 AA map :giggle:
#5
personally id put in the extra and get your self a tomtom, ive had mine since they came out (ive got a tomtom go 300) lol the big fat 1 and ive never had a prob with it, you can get them for about £110 now, the tomtom one (that was around christmas so i can imagine cheaper now)
#6
Could always look into installing a version of Tom Tom Navigator on your mobile device, bought or obtained would be cheaper than £80.

No built in gps then a decent little bluetooth reciever = about £20

Grimmie
banned#7
thanks for the tips guys - repped you all

i decided to go for the Navman S30 at £79.99 :)
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doughnuty
thanks for the tips guys - repped you all

i decided to go for the Navman S30 at £79.99 :)


You should go for the Navigo from Ebuyer in post #2.

You can easily run Tomtom V6 on it .....and it plays MP3's ....and Divx Movies !!! :thumbsup:

I've modded loads of them for friends and family .....build quality is superb even comes with a car mount !!!! :thumbsup:

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