Garmin Nuvi 55 LM 5" UK, Ireland & Western Europe Lifetime Maps for £40 at Halfords (Ex Display, Free R+C) - HotUKDeals
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Garmin Nuvi 55 LM 5" UK, Ireland & Western Europe Lifetime Maps for £40.00 at Halfords (Ex Display, Free R+C)

£40.00 @ Halfords
The Garmin Nuvi 55 LM WE arrives preloaded with detailed maps of Western Europe and lifetime updates. The Nuvi 55LM is easy-to-use and features a dedicated GPS navigator that helps you get from A to B…
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The Garmin Nuvi 55 LM WE arrives preloaded with detailed maps of Western Europe and lifetime updates. The Nuvi 55LM is easy-to-use and features a dedicated GPS navigator that helps you get from A to B! It has a bright 5" dual orientation display meaning you can easily see where you are and it also displays speed, speed limit and your arrival time! All of these innovative features make this a great choice for any road user!
Ex Display Garmin Nuvi 55LM 5" UK, Ireland & Western Europe Lifetime

Maps Extra Info

Bright 5” dual-orientation display
Easy-to-use dedicated GPS navigator
Preloaded with detailed maps of Western Europe plus free lifetime updates
Navigate complex interchanges with ease thanks to Lane Assist with Junction View
Easily search addresses and millions of points of interest
Displays current street, speed, speed limit and arrival time
Easily find places Up Ahead, like food and gas stations, without leaving the map
Pre-loaded with safety cameras
School zone alerts
Map updates may require microSD™ card

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#1
Paid £89 for mine a while ago, I drive to and back from Greece twice a year and this has been superb. RED HOT at £40 with lifetime updates.
#2
Hardy any about though.

Nearest one for me is 237 miles! :(
#3
seems to be none for sale in Yorkshire/Lancashire
#4
how do you search nearest store
#5
There is one in Bletchley.

I'm tempted, but half the benefit of satnav is re-routing around bad traffic.
#6
Stirling
369.45 miles

Peterhead
451.47 miles

No thanks :D
#7
anyone fancy car sharing to Stirling from south Wales?
#8
Heat from me, but just telling my story.
I bought a Ex-Display and it worked at first for a couple of days and just as we were nearing the destination just outside London it stopped working, just my luck, we traveled 8 hours from Scotland. Two hours later, just about divorced with the kids going crazy. We got there. Just use your google on your mobile phone that's what we did and I found it better and clearer. Xxx
#9
seanandleah
anyone fancy car sharing to Stirling from south Wales?
lol.... you can pick me up from Brum on your way through! :-)
#10
vanessaanne
Heat from me, but just telling my story.
I bought a Ex-Display and it worked at first for a couple of days and just as we were nearing the destination just outside London it stopped working, just my luck, we traveled 8 hours from Scotland. Two hours later, just about divorced with the kids going crazy. We got there. Just use your google on your mobile phone that's what we did and I found it better and clearer. Xxx
I use Google Maps on my phone but it's certainly not a replacement for a satnav. It's the small things like reminding you of the speed limit, telling you where safety cameras are, and being able to customize the screen to show what you want it to show. Waze is closest (free) thing for a phone but that really drains your battery - even when you're not using the app!
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seanandleah
anyone fancy car sharing to Stirling from south Wales?
Dont wast your time i just reserved for pick up in stirling only to get a phone call 5 mins later to say sorry that the satnav is not in a saleable condition. Ok na bother more like you seen the price and decided to have it for yourself.
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I have this in my workvan and it drives my insane sometimes, half the addresses I need to visit it doesn't have in its database and if u take a wrong turn it takes forever for its little brain to reroute u. I have tomtom and Waze on my mobile which works much better.
#13
In the past we had a sat nav and then bought another. However, over the past few years we just use the free Navmii sat nav app on our mobile phones. It keeps the database map of the whole of the UK on your phone, so there is no high data usage. It shows your speed and speed limits etc. There is a small charge for maps of other countries. Also used it in France.
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I will never use a sat nav without real time traffic... I use Google map daily to go to work so it tells me alternative routes when something is wrong
#15
No stock anywhere..
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