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Sat nav help greatly appreciated!

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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
Hello im wanting to buy a sat nav, i wanted one thats cheap but also half decent. i would prefer tom tom's but they can be quite expensive, i want to spent max of 70quid but cheaper is better as long as quality is there :P
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
I know you said £70 but if you can afford the extra I love this one:


http://www.amazon.co.uk/TomTom-Classic-Satellite-Navigation-System/dp/B001XCWNMC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1268051131&sr=8-1

I have been using the same Tomtom version 3 for years and it never lets me down!

My Dad bought a Sony one, and whilst it was more than adequate it wasn't as easy and good to use as the tomtom IMHO.

Why not go down to Halfords and play with them? You might find one that you are comfortable using and then come home and look for a decent price
#2
I have a tom tom and absolutely love it. I find it much easier to use than some of the Sat Navs - map route indications easier to follow especially if travelling alone. Easy to update too via laptop. My partner bought it for me as a Xmas pressie 2 years ago (think it was off amazon) and got a good deal so price around.
#3
I use a TomTom 710 for the car, and its brilliant, you may be able to pick one up cheap from a well known auction site.

I also use a TomTom One V4 on my motorbike, and that is just as good (albeit without the bluetooth capability),

Again, used ones are cheaper.
#4
I agree with the earlier posts, I have a Garmin unit and its in the bottom of a drawer somewhere as the Tom Tom on my mobile phone is much better, easier to use and more accurate than the garmin was.
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Thanks i'll look into this

thearbiter65
I know you said £70 but if you can afford the extra I love this one:


http://www.amazon.co.uk/TomTom-Classic-Satellite-Navigation-System/dp/B001XCWNMC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1268051131&sr=8-1

I have been using the same Tomtom version 3 for years and it never lets me down!

My Dad bought a Sony one, and whilst it was more than adequate it wasn't as easy and good to use as the tomtom IMHO.

Why not go down to Halfords and play with them? You might find one that you are comfortable using and then come home and look for a decent price


Yeah looks nice i will probz go halfords later and check some out, thanks for the info.

On a side note what do you guys think about the cheap ones i have seen around hukd for like 40pound.
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thunda
Thanks i'll look into this



Yeah looks nice i will probz go halfords later and check some out, thanks for the info.

On a side note what do you guys think about the cheap ones i have seen around hukd for like 40pound.


Whilst I have no personal experience with the cheaper ones, I still think they are nothing compared with the tomtom.

The interface is very user friendly (which is important when your driving, you don't want to many distractions) and I have never had a problem with accuracy (except when road layouts change and the map isn't updated)

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