Ex-Display Garmin Nuvi 52 LM UK & ROI 5" Sat Nav £50 @ Halfords - HotUKDeals
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Looking for Sat Nav after an irate phone call from the wife, and I stumbled across this. Seemed like a great deal with lifetime map updates.

"With free lifetime map updates for the UK and Ireland"

had a look around surrounding area and seems to be quite a few in stock
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#1
Hot, just ordered.
#2
Hot, just ordered.
#3
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-0CSz_ziUE-w/U8AMxh_63VI/AAAAAAAA5qs/pbpp7XqBt48/w340-h604-no/IMG_20140711_171203.jpg Just picked mine up and it looks brand new and unopened ;)

Edited By: BradShort on Jul 11, 2014 17:44: add pic
#4
Hot
#6
Great price for a 5" but that silly little cartoon car would just annoy me.
#7
Just ordered. Thanks
#8
Elevation
Great price for a 5" but that silly little cartoon car would just annoy me.

plenty of free alternatives in the Garmin downloads
#9
This is price on Amazon UK, but there's some user reviews on there, which may or may not be useful >

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Garmin-Nuvi-Ireland-Lifetime-Updates/dp/B00AXZWG8Q
#10
I haven't found any professional reviews of this unit yet.

Closest I've found is for the 6" model, which more than likely has the same feature set as this model >

http://www.trustedreviews.com/garmin-nuvi-65-lm_GPS---Sat-Nav_review

Edited By: fishmaster on Jul 11, 2014 20:43: <>
#11
Heated and ordered
#12
1 Like #13
Also good review here: http://gpstracklog.com/2013/02/garmin-nuvi-52lm-review.html


Edited By: Towner on Jul 11, 2014 21:53
#14
How does the lifetime map updates work? Could I buy this sat nav and use the free updates on another Garmin that I already have?
#15
Buy a moto G for £90, download free open source mapping worldwide with lifetime updates that are very frequent, and youve got yourself a 5" HD satnav.
#16
monogram
Buy a moto G for £90, download free open source mapping worldwide with lifetime updates that are very frequent, and youve got yourself a 5" HD satnav.
monogram
Buy a moto G for £90, download free open source mapping worldwide with lifetime updates that are very frequent, and youve got yourself a 5" HD satnav.
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#17
friendlyfire321
How does the lifetime map updates work? Could I buy this sat nav and use the free updates on another Garmin that I already have?

No it comes with the unit
The LM in the model number relates to the lifetime maps
1 Like #18
monogram
Buy a moto G for £90, download free open source mapping worldwide with lifetime updates that are very frequent, and youve got yourself a 5" HD satnav.

So just the £40 more?
#19
monogram
Buy a moto G for £90, download free open source mapping worldwide with lifetime updates that are very frequent, and youve got yourself a 5" HD satnav.


You need to have data on to use satnav on a mobile(could be wrong). So not only are u paying £40 more.. you're also spending money on data.
#20
none in Cheltenham
1 Like #21
Just picked mine up from Halfords in Plymouth. They gave me a brand new Garmin Nuvi 55LM at the same price. Well done halfords and thanks op! (_;)
#22
custardy
Elevation
Great price for a 5" but that silly little cartoon car would just annoy me.

plenty of free alternatives in the Garmin downloads

hi mate,

any link for downloading these additional bits?

thx
#23
dma_hukd
custardy
Elevation
Great price for a 5" but that silly little cartoon car would just annoy me.

plenty of free alternatives in the Garmin downloads

hi mate,

any link for downloading these additional bits?

thx

actually found it in the software itself thanks
#24
Just picked mine up and looks brand new just a couple of finger prints on the screen
#25
Well after finding the deal, the missus was not happy. She like TomTom . . even though I think Garmin has better accuracy, she prefers the TT. So going to take mine back unless anyone on here wants it?
#26
I had a call from them this morning to say they had not got the one I reserved, They offered me the number of another local store but I suggested that they should be phoning to sort it not me. They agreed to do this and phoned me back to say the other store only had the display one the same as them and were not allowed to sell that until instructed to do so by head office . They said that they could not understand how it ever got on the website to start with at which point the phone cut off, they either put the phone down or I lost the signal I was on a noisy train at the time so did not bother to call them back. I am not sure I believe them and may pop into the store tomorrow to check if there is one on display
#27
got mine in East Kilbride today, seems like a good unit. Cheers OP
#28
SteJosh
monogram
Buy a moto G for £90, download free open source mapping worldwide with lifetime updates that are very frequent, and youve got yourself a 5" HD satnav.

You need to have data on to use satnav on a mobile(could be wrong). So not only are u paying £40 more.. you're also spending money on data.
Nope you don't need data. As i mentioned clearly in the post, you download the free open source maps.
#29
custardy
monogram
Buy a moto G for £90, download free open source mapping worldwide with lifetime updates that are very frequent, and youve got yourself a 5" HD satnav.

So just the £40 more?
True. Some smart phones are so reasonably priced - you miss my point that there is so much flexibility in new tech that standalone satnavs should now be obsolete. There is a reason why I didn't suggest an iPhone with it being £500+, but if you are able to spend on £50 on something to sit in your glove box, £90 for a smartphone with lots of other worthwhile features shouldn't be dismissed.
#30
monogram
custardy
monogram
Buy a moto G for £90, download free open source mapping worldwide with lifetime updates that are very frequent, and youve got yourself a 5" HD satnav.

So just the £40 more?
True. Some smart phones are so reasonably priced - you miss my point that there is so much flexibility in new tech that standalone satnavs should now be obsolete. There is a reason why I didn't suggest an iPhone with it being £500+, but if you are able to spend on £50 on something to sit in your glove box, £90 for a smartphone with lots of other worthwhile features shouldn't be dismissed.
In Your opinion. I personally prefer a standalone satnav
#31
Wilma Rubble
I had a call from them this morning to say they had not got the one I reserved, They offered me the number of another local store but I suggested that they should be phoning to sort it not me. They agreed to do this and phoned me back to say the other store only had the display one the same as them and were not allowed to sell that until instructed to do so by head office . They said that they could not understand how it ever got on the website to start with at which point the phone cut off, they either put the phone down or I lost the signal I was on a noisy train at the time so did not bother to call them back. I am not sure I believe them and may pop into the store tomorrow to check if there is one on display

Seems the customer service must vary from store to store as I was given a brand new Nuvi 55LM instead of an ex-display 52.
#32
I picked mine up at the weekend, Was brand new - Cheers OP!!

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