N Drive Touch XL Sat Nav - UK & ROI Was £219.99, Instore £99.99, Online £80.00 @ Halfords - HotUKDeals
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N Drive Touch XL Sat Nav - UK & ROI
NDrive touch is designed to make navigation simple, its easy to use touchscreen interface allows the most experienced to the most in-experienced to glide through the Ndrive Touch features.

Widescreen Display
The N Drive Touch XL has extra wide 4.3" screen for a clear and full view of your journey ahead!

Smooth Map Display
Rotate, zoom and change the angle of view at super fast speeds. The Ndrive powerful processor create Maps 6 times faster than the average sat nav, so no more waiting around for your maps to load or recalculate your route!

Enjoy Real Navigation with Birds Eyes View!
N Drives unique Real Navigation technology* gives you an aerial photos of your location. This innovative display makes it easier for you to recognise places and will never let you miss an important landmark!

Advanced Searching
N Drive Touch allows you to search by postcode a, street name and point of interest. The advanced search tool for many locations will provide you with email, phone number and photo of the location, perfect for adventurous trips out!

Fast Route Calculations
Ndrive features fast routing technology that will quickly calculate the quickest, shortest and route, whether you are walking or driving, Ndrive helps you to save time and energy!

Features and benefits
SUPER SLIM, 40% thinner and lighter
Light sensor, with automatic brightness control.
Navigation with 3D REAL PHOTO
Maps of the UK & Ireland with more than 76,000 places of interest
Main buildings database 3D Landmarks
New searching system 60% faster
Route recalculation 2x faster
Gestures recognition
Import and Export favorites with Google maps
SDHC 8GB included (supports up to 32GB SDHC)

What is in the box
NDrive Touch XL
Windscreen mount
USB Cable
Car Charger
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A bit basic without european coverage :? Good discounted price though :)

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A bit basic without european coverage :? Good discounted price though :)

Also say:
Free set up & demo
Professional fitting service
Drive away with it working :)

I'm fairly certain 90% or more of people who are interested in buying this won't ever need european coverage, hence its 'budget' pricetag.
We rented ours for next to nothing in Spain with the car hire.
Seems a fair price for this, have some heat!
I've Reserved one, But as I know nothing about Sat Navs I hope someone can give a good Review on it ?
I've recently bought a F&H satnav from ebuyer and was able to try many different Navigators including TomTom One XL, Navigon 7, iGO 8, Amigo 8, Ndrive 9, Turbodog.6, and DestinAtor 9.

I've tested all on raod with the latest maps. My personal verdict: (no. 1 = best)

1. TomTom One XL (Turns, Speedwarnings)
2. Ndribe 9 (Turns, Speedwarnings)
3. Navigon 7 (Text to Speach - TTS, Lane navigation, Speedwarnings)
4. Amigo 8 (Text to Speach - TTS, Lane navigation, Speedwarnings)
5. iGO 8 (Text to Speach - TTS, Lane navigation, Speedwarnings)
6. DestinAtor 9 (Turns)
7. Turbodog 6 (Turns)

Text to Speach = The voice tell the next turn and the name of the street
Turns = The voice tell the next turn
Speedwarnings = The voice warns when you drive too fast and when you approach a speed camera
Lane Navigation = The screen shows which lane to take on Motor Ways

Although the TomTom and Ndrive do not offer TTS or Lane Navigation (TomTom One has spoken lanes but doesn't show on screen), they run much smoother and generally faster than the navigators with TTS. The TomTom One XL is in first place because of easy operation, and clear speech.
The Ndrive is similar to the TomTom but the interface is not as intuitive.

NB. There are more expensive TomTom's (£250+) which also provide TTS, lane navigation and more, but I only tested the budget entry category.

The Ndrive review on this page
is very bad. It is obvious that whoever did the test was not able to operate the unit properly. You need to switch on the speedcamera warnings in the menu for them to operate (they obviously did not do that). I would not trust this review.

This review is rubbish. They obviously could not operate the unit properly. The statement in the report are untrue.
This review is rubbish. They obviously could not operate the unit properly. The statement in the report are untrue.

So you are a better reviewer than GPSDaily? get a grip!
So you are a better reviewer than GPSDaily? get a grip!

I would think so, since they can't work out how to operate the speed cameras and just state: "speedcameras don't work". What else did they "forget" to adjust to get an accurate reading?

BTW, have you ever thought of review manipulation? I am not accusing GPSWorld but C5's Gadget Show is a good example.

I have used the Ndrive for a long time and the interface needs a bit getting used to, but for re-calculations Ndrive beats the TomTom. I personally prefer the interface of the TomTom XL, tho.
After my dads car window getting put in last night for the sake of the tomtom one V3 we left on display
(stupid I know, but it is meant to be a very upmarket area in yorkshire and we were only popping in my aunties house for an hour, plus the street is hidden away. Spooky thing is I even joked about leaving it on display with my dad before we got out!)
Luckily thats all they took, but its annoying as that thing was my pride and joy I had recently slapped new maps, cameras and navcore on it. Oh and the fact that my dad had to get a new window today.

So anyway I had a look in halfords and out of all the deals, including the ex display cabinet which I would reccomend everyone to check as last year I got my mum a garmin nuvi for £39.99 ex display when it should of been around £140.

Anyway this Ndrive looked pretty good, with its photo aerial view etc. But Im thinking im better off getting one of the 4.3 inch ebuyer "my guide" ones for £52 and then putting tomtom on it. I noticed some old posts on hot deals of this model being available in asda, but went to asda in ashton under lyne and the huge walmart asda in manchester and they dont even sell sat navs, which i couldnt believe. I mean they sell every obscure item you can think of, from pinatas to a thousand varieties of carribean soft drinks but not a damn sat nav. The electronics clerk confirmed that they dont sell them anymore, maybe its just a temporary thing and they will get some back in stock or something.

Anyway, am I right to go for the my guide from ebuyer or is this ndrive (never heared of them before) a real bargain?

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