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WOW! MYGuide SatNav now only £37.00 at ASDA

£37.00 @ George (Asda George)
MyGuide 3218 Satellite Navigation for UK & ROI Not only is this product great value it has some fantastic features that you will find very useful when you're on the road. With a 10 out of 10 rating… Read More
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MyGuide 3218 Satellite Navigation for UK & ROI

Not only is this product great value it has some fantastic features that you will find very useful when you're on the road. With a 10 out of 10 rating from some of our customers, they love that this satellite navigation will show a variety of points of interest such as, petrol stations, shopping centres, museums and football grounds.

All of the features you would expect from a more expensive satellite navigation packed into a slim 1.8cm design! With a 3.5" TFT colour touch screen you will never miss that turning! Also this unit boasts 'turn-by-turn voice navigation with road names so that you can stay on the right track.

With a stylish car mounting window kit you can place the satellite navigation wherever is best for you on the windscreen.

Also with a life long re-chargable Li-ion battery you don't have to worry about losing charge right at that crucial moment.

Full Specification
Model Number 3218UK
Screen Size (inch) 3.5"
Touch Screen Yes
Spoken Instructions Yes
Points of Interest (POI) Yes
PC Link Possible Yes
Rechargeable Battery Life (hours) 3
Car Mounting Kit Yes
3-D View Yes
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#1
Mixed reviews on Amazon ranging from garbage to excellent.:thinking:
#2
wolvesinwales
Mixed reviews on Amazon ranging from garbage to excellent.:thinking:


I've come across that before, strange how views can be so varied for the same product! leaves you feeling more undecided than you were when you thought you'd read the reviews to help you!! iykwim, lol.:roll:
#3
Can you change the software to Tom Tom on this? If not, might be better paying whsmiths an extra 3 quid and getting their Foehn & Hirsch one which you can?

but its cheap, so heat added
#4
deviouspaul
Can you change the software to Tom Tom on this? If not, might be better paying whsmiths an extra 3 quid and getting their Foehn & Hirsch one which you can?

but its cheap, so heat added


Yes you can on these uk versions. Instructions are available on simple sat nav. However beware of buying a cheap one on well known auction sites as some other european ones are harder to change the software on.
#5
katthehat
I've come across that before, strange how views can be so varied for the same product! leaves you feeling more undecided than you were when you thought you'd read the reviews to help you!! iykwim, lol.:roll:


I think reviews depend a lot on whether the person has owned or used a sat nav before.
#6
Got one of these last time they were at this price, as said above its very easy to install alternative software, and any new software just sits on an SD card, leaving the unit in its original state once you remove the SD card. Have used it many times since and am extremely impressed, Other half has an original TomTom and my cheapo (i.e. this one) is definitely better in terms of (a) locking on to and keeping a signal and (b) battery life (I get between two and two and a half hours). Ridiculously good value at this price.
#7
At £49.99, it's a bit more expensive, but the brand new F&H N30 3.5" sat-nav from Ebuyer might be a better alternative to the MyGuide. The link is below...

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/188955

The things that make this stand out for me are the 2010 UK maps and the FM transmitter.

There no customer comments for this sat-nav yet but these EBuyer F&H branded products do seem to be improving all the time and getting better reviews.
#8
I have owned a Tom Tom and a MyGuide. The MyGuide is ok, but you get what you pay for. And I would probably buy a Tom Tom in the future rather than this cheaper unit.
#9
Joe90_guy
At £49.99, it's a bit more expensive, but the brand new F&H N30 3.5" sat-nav from Ebuyer might be a better alternative to the MyGuide. The link is below...

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/188955

The things that make this stand out for me are the 2010 UK maps and the FM transmitter.

There no customer comments for this sat-nav yet but these EBuyer F&H branded products do seem to be improving all the time and getting better reviews.


This one is good for the FM Transmitter (if it works) but forget the Turbodog software, even with 2010 maps. You can install TomTom navigator or others with latest maps, much better. What I am not sure is whether the FM transmitter works independently from the Turbodog software. If not, than go for the cheaper Myguide from Asda.

I've got the F&H 4.3 from ebuyer and I must say it is very easy to install other software. It took me about 2 hours to work out the installation, after that, the maps and speedcam updates take just 2 minutes.
#10
Pet2000 - Actually I have one of the original Navigo sat-navs that I bought from Ebuyer about 3 years ago. This had the older TurboDog 4 software. Whilst it's not the best software, I found it easy to use and it does actually get you to where you want to go.

To be honest, if you are a bloke, you only really need sat-nav for the last 3 miles of any journey. I can get to any biggish town just by following my nose and the odd motorway sign.
#11
Got one of these on Monday, got to say I am very impressed with it, first journey on the motorway and "turbodog" (the included software) got me there no problem at all. I have now managed to put three other software versions on it including the latest tom tom and now have Austin powers giving me directions along with a few other celebs! Great piece of kit, don't hesitate to buy it. 5 Stars all the way for the price.
banned#12
inajiffi
Got one of these on Monday, got to say I am very impressed with it, first journey on the motorway and "turbodog" (the included software) got me there no problem at all. I have now managed to put three other software versions on it including the latest tom tom and now have Austin powers giving me directions along with a few other celebs! Great piece of kit, don't hesitate to buy it. 5 Stars all the way for the price.



motorway driving is hardly taxing for a satnav

"turn left after 120 miles and you have reached yyour destination":p
#13
Am going to install IGO8 on this as the software looks rather impressive.

Anyone else used IGO?
#14
martinelsen;8149282
Am going to install IGO8 on this as the software looks rather impressive.

Anyone else used IGO?


I've used it on the old Navigo GPS units a relative has from about 2006 - and it works great, has some nice features like the odd 3d building in cities, and in particular text-to-speech which reads out the name of the road you're turning onto which is handy when there are quite a few close together!
#15
Says Out of Stock on the Asda Direct website :-(

Has anyone found any of these instore? None at Burgh Heath, Surrey.
#16
Bought mine from Watford Super Store and they had LOADS of them in stock.

They should be able to deliver to your local branch I would have thought.
#17
iGO8 is fantastic - have run it on a Navigo for the last 18months with no probs. See simplesatnav website for loads of hints & tips. Also run memorymap with OS maps on mine, don't see why this wouldn't work on the Myguide too...
#18
I previously had a tomtom1 which got progressively worse the more that it was used, so I picked up 2 of these last time these were listed.

As well as having satnav it also plays movies (supports divx but doesnt playback at fullspeed.. but very watchable), lets you open files (doc txt etc) and also has a picture viewer.

I changed the software from turbodog to tomtom7 and it works a treat, if anything it was alot faster than the tomtom1 and the widescreen was clearer and brighter.


Highly recommended if you can find one.
#19
pet2000
This one is good for the FM Transmitter (if it works) but forget the Turbodog software, even with 2010 maps. You can install TomTom navigator or others with latest maps, much better. What I am not sure is whether the FM transmitter works independently from the Turbodog software. If not, than go for the cheaper Myguide from Asda.

I've got the F&H 4.3 from ebuyer and I must say it is very easy to install other software. It took me about 2 hours to work out the installation, after that, the maps and speedcam updates take just 2 minutes.


Could anyone say what the FM Transmitter does? Does this mean it relays instructions over the radio station you are currently listening to? TIA.
#20
Peggy Bedford
motorway driving is hardly taxing for a satnav

"turn left after 120 miles and you have reached yyour destination":p

Exactly. It makes you wonder how people got anywhere before these ridiculous items came out. 95%+ of journeys are to/from places you already know such as work, parents, shops etc. If you think you need sat nav for these journeys then maybe you need to catch the bus.
#21
Just goes to show how much we rely on stuff we never had before, but before we got by without it. Sat nav's mobile phones ect
#22
Q-Tec
Exactly. It makes you wonder how people got anywhere before these ridiculous items came out. 95%+ of journeys are to/from places you already know such as work, parents, shops etc. If you think you need sat nav for these journeys then maybe you need to catch the bus.


Indeed, and what on earth is it with rubber wheels? We had wooden ones before and they worked fine with horses.

Estimated arrival times, re-routing around traffic or closures, GPS speed alerts, what possible use could they be.
#23
loads of these at longwell green asda, Bristol, literally piled high. Bargain if you put Tomtom on them
#24
How comes expired??

I've been to ASDA in Hatfield last night, and they had loads still over at the DVD section.
#25
georgetsang
How comes expired??

I've been to ASDA in Hatfield last night, and they had loads still over at the DVD section.


Snap loads in Derby too ?
#26
weebigal
Yes you can on these uk versions. Instructions are available on simple sat nav. However beware of buying a cheap one on well known auction sites as some other european ones are harder to change the software on.




hi i had a look on the simplesatnav site and didn't seem to find it could you please post a link to it.
thanks
#27
inajiffi
Got one of these on Monday, got to say I am very impressed with it, first journey on the motorway and "turbodog" (the included software) got me there no problem at all. I have now managed to put three other software versions on it including the latest tom tom and now have Austin powers giving me directions along with a few other celebs! Great piece of kit, don't hesitate to buy it. 5 Stars all the way for the price.


hi how could i put tom tom software on it
#28
Still available, saw it today in Asda's Milton of Craigie store in Dundee.
#29
Richm
hi how could i put tom tom software on it

These websites describe everything you need to know :whistling:

http://www.simplesatnav.com/pctforum/

http://www.gpsunderground.com/forums/index.php

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