Navman F20 GPS Sat Nav System @ Morgan Computers £46.99 (£55.80 Delivered) - HotUKDeals
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Very cheap UK mapping sat nav with 3.5" screen from the bargain basement of morgan computers. Listed as grade A open box stock. Delivery charge is a bit of a killer at £8.81 but at a total of £55.80 this is still very cheap. Quidco only 2% but better in your pocket than their's!
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#1
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A Real Bargain, 17 July 2008
This is an excellent piece of kit, which is up-to-date as of late 2007. A real bargain at this price. (No future map updates possible though memory in ROM, so if roads change, it won''t know.) Works seamlessly with the Traffic module. Very occasionally its temperamental and needs to be coaxed to switched on. Coverage of Ireland is limited to cities, but one of the best in the UK. Finds petrol stations at the touch of a button. (However, it also suggests closed-down Little Chefs as places to eat.)
Henry Merritt | Dorset
#2
Navigo at ebuyer is still cheaper and better and you can put tomtom on that one as it uses windows CE and SD cards...COLD sorry
#3
llcoolam
Navigo at ebuyer is still cheaper and better and you can put tomtom on that one as it uses windows CE and SD cards...COLD sorry


Agreed also the Navigo is cheaper at Ebuyer after postage is added to the Navman, Definitely cold.

If OP reads this it's definitely worth adding the P&P to the heading otherwise ppl get really annoyed when they find out the P&P later.

Angof
#4
The F20 is a great satnav, had it for a couple of years now and it's been excellent. I know there are newer ones out there, but this is still a great price. Also, it has an SD slot so you can use updated maps!

EDIT: Here's a link to the updated maps for 2008 on a SD card which fits in the F20.

http://www.activegps.co.uk/navman-f20-maps.htm
#5
The build quality of navmans are far greater than that of the Navigo (I should know, we have a tomtom, garmin and navigo with Miomaps on it, and a navman)
Voted HAWT!
#6
Robotochan
The build quality of navmans are far greater than that of the Navigo (I should know, we have a tomtom, garmin and navigo with Miomaps on it, and a navman)
Voted HAWT!


Finally, the voice of reason from someone who's used one rather than TomTom fanboys/girls! :-D:thumbsup: I've used this particular model and it's faster at recalculating routes than the TomTom One that came out around the same time which I also used, borrowed it from a friend when my GF used the navman.

Great price for a great satnav, not the newest one, but then you're getting change out of £60. Coming out at £55.80 for me!
#7
This is a great piece of equipment. Had mine over a year now and has never let me down (which reminds me I need to get it out ready for our journey down to Skegness next week)!!
Would recomend.
#8
llcoolam
Navigo at ebuyer is still cheaper and better and you can put tomtom on that one as it uses windows CE and SD cards...COLD sorry


Totally agree ....Navigo is far better !! :thumbsup:

Cold !!!
#9
bjmcghee
The F20 is a great satnav, had it for a couple of years now and it's been excellent. I know there are newer ones out there, but this is still a great price. Also, it has an SD slot so you can use updated maps!

EDIT: Here's a link to the updated maps for 2008 on a SD card which fits in the F20.

http://www.activegps.co.uk/navman-f20-maps.htm
new maps yes,but at almost 80 quid,someone will just buy a diff sat nav if they need the latest maps,still does seem a good price if you can put the maps on yourself so i will vote it hot
#10
marsh5000
new maps yes,but at almost 80 quid,someone will just buy a diff sat nav if they need the latest maps


All I was saying was that the maps could be updated if required as a couple of members had said that this wasn't possible, they were clearly wrong when they said it din't take SD cards. I do agree, however, that if you want updated maps then you'd be better off getting a newer model like the S30 or S50. At the end of the day for the money the F20 here is a bargain and the maps haven't caused me any problems so far. :thumbsup:
#11
Navman is ideal if you want inaccurate postcode information and poor routing and Morgan customers service is non existant. Very definately COLD.
#12
Jefft
Navman is ideal if you want inaccurate postcode information and poor routing and Morgan customers service is non existant. Very definately COLD.


Well, my post has certainly attracted mixed opinions.......as far as the above is concerned I cant really comment about Morgan Computers as a company but I do think its a way overstated comment about the Navman postcode and routing information. The mapping on this unit may not be bang up-to-date but I would bet it will be perfectly usable for 99% (or more) of the UK's postcodes and roads for a long time to come yet......and the bottom line is surley that this is simply a good quality entry level sat nav for the money. Anyone seeking the latest and greatest will naturally have to spend a fair bit more than £55.

I reckon at this price they will sell out fairly quick, maybe as an impulse purchase by people who may not have previously considered owning a sat nav.
#13
sabreliner;2742157
Well, my post has certainly attracted mixed opinions.......as far as the above is concerned I cant really comment about Morgan Computers as a company but I do think its a way overstated comment about the Navman postcode and routing information. The mapping on this unit may not be bang up-to-date but I would bet it will be perfectly usable for 99% (or more) of the UK's postcodes and roads for a long time to come yet......and the bottom line is surley that this is simply a good quality entry level sat nav for the money. Anyone seeking the latest and greatest will naturally have to spend a fair bit more than £55.

I reckon at this price they will sell out fairly quick, maybe as an impulse purchase by people who may not have previously considered owning a sat nav.

When I put my postcode in it gives a cul-de-sac up the road from me and when I try to route to my house it takes me past my road. A friend also has one and it can't find their house (built over ten years ago). Nothing to do with latest maps. My TomTom is spot on with both. A satnav is no good if it is inaccurate, no matter how cheap.
#14
Well, again my experience of this Navman has been great, my flat is only 3yrs old and it finds it no problem, even finds the new road behind me that was built at the same time, both only about a year old when this model came out.

Sorry to hear you had difficulties with it, but if you Google "TomTom maps inaccurate" then you get plenty of people saying TomTom maps are way off in their areas as no set of maps is 100% accurate it's just something you have to live with. Anyway, you can easily bypass an incorrect postcode (or if you don't have a postcode) if you use the 'find street' function instead with the F20.

As for Morgan's I don't know them as I've never used them before, but from my experience I can vouch for the satnav itself.

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