NavMan F20 3.5 Sat Nav System- Very good price as far as I can see - £47.99 (+ £4.49 shipping = £52.48) @ UKDVDR - HotUKDeals
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NavMan F20 3.5 Sat Nav System- Very good price as far as I can see - £47.99 (+ £4.49 shipping = £52.48) @ UKDVDR

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The Navman F20 introduces features that were once unheard of on value-for-money GPS navigation systems. But the F20 changes all that to give you, as standard: Large 3.5 touchscreen Reliable, accur… Read More
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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
The Navman F20 introduces features that were once unheard of on value-for-money GPS navigation systems. But the F20 changes all that to give you, as standard:

Large 3.5 touchscreen
Reliable, accurate GPS navigation with SiRFstar III technology
Nearest Fuel and Park buttons to alert you to the nearest petrol station or car park
Compatibility with the optional T1 Traffic Pack for real-time,
subscription-free traffic updates in the UK, France, Germany, Belgium, Denmark and the Netherlands
Advanced Motorway Navigation
Route Summary View and Pause Journey functions
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banned#1
+ £4.49 shipping so you need to adjust price to £52.48
#2
Thanks, all done Fragaliciousbob
#3
bought one of these about 2 years ago really easy to use, features include monitoring and alerting when preset speed exceeded, also indicates when approaching speed cameras
#4
4.3" one from eBuyer posted couple of days ago for £8 more seems a better deal although this is cheap.
#5
Had mine a couple of years as well,You can not update the maps, but you only lose the odd buypass here and there when they go out of date, So not the big problem that some people make it out to be, but the software is very good and always get me were I want to go first time,Bargain at that price.
#6
Navman seem to suffer from postcode issues. Addresses missing/incorrect.
#7
this sat nav is 49.99 in tj huges stores.
#8
Jefft
Navman seem to suffer from postcode issues. Addresses missing/incorrect.


Really?? I've had an F20 for 2 years and the only time I had an issue was a house on a brand new estate which i would think all satnavs would have an issue with.
#9
retrogeezer;4545707
Really?? I've had an F20 for 2 years and the only time I had an issue was a house on a brand new estate which i would think all satnavs would have an issue with.

No I am refering to houses built 29 years ago, like mine which according to an F20 I sent back is in the next street and another older house which did not exist at all.
#10
I had one of these. It will get you to the general area you need to be in OK so is useful, but it was useless at taking an alternate route (ie due to traffic jam). It just screams at you to turn around for miles on end which is not very useful! Also I couldn't figure out how to put a house number so always ended up at the middle of the post code area...
Anyway this is OK for the money, but if you can afford it buy a TomTom instead (think you can get them for £90 these days). Yes I know as a % a TomTom is a hell of a lot more money, but I honestly think its worth it.

One other thing to say - I sold mine 6 months ago for £50 so if you buy one for this kind of money and get p*ssed off with it you can always flog it on eBay for almost what you paid for it. :-)
#11
My NavMan went back because it couldn't find my postcode - houses built in 1980's.
#12
My day and night job (God I hate work) is in Supermarkets all over the country, and in the 2 or so years I'v had mine, It has only never got me to a store because the post code was wrong, and I have been to about fourty Tesco Express stores in the London area in the last 2 weeks, and using the post codes from there store finder book it has got me to every one.
#13
have had one of these for about 2 years, never had a problem with it except on new housing estates. Arguably my fault for not having map updates. It does the job well though. I actually prefer it to the tomtom
#14
what's the best make Sat nav to get?

I've had 2 Tom Tom sat navs which have broke so don't want another one. Every other make Sat Nav seems to get bad reviews though.
#15
I have one of these. Even with up to date maps, it seemed to be baffled by sheffield, and parts of the M1.
Other than that, never had a problem with the 1000's of miles I've used it for.

Battery life is shocking though - about 3 hrs and avg brightness / sound. I didn't have the in car charger with mine.
#16
I have had mine for 2 years it developed a fault Navman fixed it within a week.It can be charged from
a usb port on a car radio.or lighter socket .Updates can be downloaded from the internet .Good kit at a good price.
#17
No I am refering to houses built 29 years ago, like mine which according to an F20 I sent back is in the next street and another older house which did not exist at all.


So it got you within 100 feet or so of your actual house then?? You do realise that that would still be the same postcode I take it??

A satnav works out your location based on triangulation from various different satellites, if it was a cloudy day and you were only locked on to a couple this could happen, and would have happened with other makes as well.

As already stated, I've had one for 2 years, in that time there is one house it couldn't find on a brand new estate in Stoke and again, I was only in the next road. I bought mine when moving from Hampshire to Cheshire and it took us straight to the door of about 50 houses we viewed. Also used it on many day trips and a couple of holidays with no problems. It locks on to satellites quickly, re-routes quickly and is dead easy to use. For £50 it's a bargain, I paid £120 when I bought mine and still consider it one of the best things I have ever bought.
#18
One thing I forgot to mention - mine used to take several minutes when you first turned it on to find a signal. My new TomTom finds it straight away. Basically what I'm saying is the NavMan will do the job 95% of the time, but it can really annoy you. TomTom will do everything not just better, but also easier (you really dont want to be messing with stuff when you are trying to drive). Still its got to be hot for £50.

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