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Sat Nav Help

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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
I just noticed a Navman F35 at Sainsburys for £69.99 and was wondering if they were any good.

Looking for a cheap decent Sat Nav to use occasionaly.

Any input welcome
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
I was looking for same and have just ordered garmin nuvi 200 widescreen, seem to do all the basic things I want for approx £70.
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I've bought 2 Navigo units from ebuyer and I would recommend them,

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/159765

not only a good sat nav unit but you can also run other software on it (TT v7) and use it for other entertainment, plus its got a headphone socket which I find useful for on my bike and all for £50.00.
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I'd also recommend the Navigo units from eBuyer, very good little units.
#4
Max Cady
I've bought 2 Navigo units from ebuyer and I would recommend them,

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/159765

not only a good sat nav unit but you can also run other software on it (TT v7) and use it for other entertainment, plus its got a headphone socket which I find useful for on my bike and all for £50.00.




hi i have a navigo running V6....where can i get V7??? pm ?
#5
defo go for a navigo and tom tom
#6
Is the Navigo easy enough to use for an oldie like me. I just want something fairly straightforward and simple to use and this seems like a good price but do I have to update them and the like?
#7
After posting this I found the Tom Tom XL for £80. Refurbished but comes with 12m guarantee. Wondering if it would have been better going for that Navigo for £50.

Thanks for the replies though
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fireheaven;5799188
Is the Navigo easy enough to use for an oldie like me. I just want something fairly straightforward and simple to use and this seems like a good price but do I have to update them and the like?

The Navigo has 'Turbo dog' running as standard which is okay and straight forward and there's video reviews on uTube but most people use the TT software, I had no real problem 'using' TT and I'm certainly no computer wizkid but it could be tricky for some. There's a good site out there with the needed downloads and a very helpful forum not sure if I can post the link here? happy to PM if needed.
#9
Max Cady
The Navigo has 'Turbo dog' running as standard which is okay and straight forward and there's video reviews on uTube but most people use the TT software, I had no real problem 'using' TT and I'm certainly no computer wizkid but it could be tricky for some. There's a good site out there with the needed downloads and a very helpful forum not sure if I can post the link here? happy to PM if needed.


Good timing, I just ordered one :thumbsup: If I struggle I will let you know and if I get lost I will hunt you down, if I could find you that is :lol:

Repped for the help and if you don't mind the pm I would be grateful

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