Explorer & Landranger Maps - 3 for 2 - £7.99 Delivered @ Ordnance Survey
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Explorer & Landranger Maps - 3 for 2 - £7.99 Delivered @ Ordnance Survey

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Found 14th Feb 2011Made hot 14th Feb 2011
Just bought three of these, seemed really good value especially if Quidco works out. Should bring them down to £4.79 each delivered.

Expires 31/03/2011

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Deal is only for paper maps.

OS maps are free now? (Electronic)

Ooh lovely. Thankyou, I need 2 or 3 more.

Original Poster

Just to confirm Quidco has tracked at £1.60.

I still prefer the wife's non-automated voice when we're lost on holiday......

WalterSmith

OS maps are free now? (Electronic)



can you send a link please ?

Only £4.89 (landranger) inc 1st class postage and excellent service all day long from http://www.dash4it.co.uk/store/index.php?cPath=1_44_6

Plus you usually get an extra 5% off if you sign up for the monthly email.

Explorer maps at equally competitive prices £5.59 plus discount.

Also on facebook for extra discounts too:

facebook.com/?re…ogo!/pages/Dash4it/189273227768669?v=info
Edited by: "mountainmachine" 14th Feb 2011

seems like a good deal except its not really.
just bought one 'active' (laminated) for £9 on amazon (not sure if all maps are same price)
2 x 14 = 28 for 3
so £1 more than amazon.
hmmm

TL:DR amazon probably cheaper and can buy one with free delivery.

Edited by: "Smiff" 15th Feb 2011

Original Poster

Smiff

seems like a good deal except its not really.just bought one 'active' … seems like a good deal except its not really.just bought one 'active' (laminated) for £9 on amazon (not sure if all maps are same price)2 x 14 = 28 for 3so £1 more than amazon.hmmmTL:DR amazon probably cheaper and can buy one with free delivery.



Not all maps are this cheap on Amazon, the ones I wanted were £6.99 each. At least with the OS site you can get all maps, unlike many other sites. If you only want the one map etc then get from other retailers such as Dash4it.co.uk etc

chandlerweb

http://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/oswebsite/opendata/



Opendata doesn't contain any rights of way, so are of limited use. You might be better off looking at Openstreetmap, or one of its many renders

Thanks for dash4it tip. I only actually needed one map, so got it from there instead - £5.31 inc delivery (rrp 7.99). Cheers all.

Just use bing maps. OS mapping is shown on there.

Sometimes nothing beats the convenience of a proper paper map (voted hot) but I also use my android phone with an app called RMaps which not only sources map tiles online from multimap.com (OS maps), but also allows you to use offline maps generated with Mobile Atlas Creator. Very useful when you're out of data reception range. RMaps also allows you to log your location so you can geotag photos later.
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