GPS Sat-Nav with EU and UK Maps - 4.3 Inch Touchscreen £23.99 gogroopie
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GPS Sat-Nav with EU and UK Maps - 4.3 Inch Touchscreen £23.99 gogroopie

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Found 20th Apr 2016
came across this deal online says its usually 70+ for this sat nav and there selling it for 23.99 all in so thought it was a good deal plus quidco give u cashback if you go through them so makes it bit more cheaper
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sorry they charge u 3.99 delivery forgot to put that in i think sorry
Looks like a Garmin, I have had mine for a few years now and have always found it to be reliable
sandra51

Looks like a Garmin, I have had mine for a few years now and have always … Looks like a Garmin, I have had mine for a few years now and have always found it to be reliable



It may look like a Garmin but it's not

No details about what mapping software it includes

Looks like one of these cheap Chinese ones........well the spec is the same & makes the RRP look silly !!

ebay.co.uk/itm…154
that looks awful, i bet it is for £23.99
it's £24 squid, I think its a hot deal for those on a real budget and want a dedicated satnav - however, I do believe you get what you pay for and it will probably run very slow so don't expect much, you can send it back if it's poop. would I buy one? no not really as I rather go for a trusted brand like garmin or tomtom or simply use google nav which works great. Horses for courses but I can't recall seeing a cheaper new satnav then this.
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i no it aint a big brand or anything and yeah it mite be cheap and tacky but if your on a tight budget or just wanna buy sum one a quick prezzie who has a car then it be great for that
buy copilot or tomtom for your android or ios smartphone, much better idea
bouncy99

buy copilot or tomtom for your android or ios smartphone, much better idea



No need....Google maps does a very good job & it's free
S0NiKB00M

i no it aint a big brand or anything and yeah it mite be cheap and tacky … i no it aint a big brand or anything and yeah it mite be cheap and tacky but if your on a tight budget or just wanna buy sum one a quick prezzie who has a car then it be great for that



Until you give it to someone who wants to go to London from Manchester & it routes then via Sunderland (_;)

To be fair the worst thing about these cheap sat navs is their inability to initially acquire satellite lock, hold it & re acquire after it loses it
corred1964

No need....Google maps does a very good job & it's free


I use google maps as my primary navigation tool after buying copilot and realising its live traffic and arrival time prediction was awful (same goes for tomtom), however its always nice to have when you are in the back of beyond with no signal and need to find your way somewhere! for £20, copilot really can get you out of a jam when google maps falls on its face.
bouncy99

I use google maps as my primary navigation tool after buying copilot and … I use google maps as my primary navigation tool after buying copilot and realising its live traffic and arrival time prediction was awful (same goes for tomtom), however its always nice to have when you are in the back of beyond with no signal and need to find your way somewhere! for £20, copilot really can get you out of a jam when google maps falls on its face.



Google maps now allows you to download the maps for your route so when you lose mobile signal you can still use Google maps
corred1964

Google maps now allows you to download the maps for your route so when … Google maps now allows you to download the maps for your route so when you lose mobile signal you can still use Google maps

cant always prepare though.
bouncy99

cant always prepare though.



You could download the whole UK maps if you really wanted to ;-)
corred1964

You could download the whole UK maps if you really wanted to ;-)

good luck with that, you can only select sections
bouncy99

good luck with that, you can only select sections



It is possible to cache the whole country

littlegreenrobot.co.uk/tut…ps/
Same spec as the one advertised - UK seller & FREE P&P

ebay.co.uk/itm…309

or 5" for a couple of £ more (still less than original offer)

ebay.co.uk/itm…846
Edited by: "corred1964" 20th Apr 2016
Waze
bouncy99

cant always prepare though.



Here maps has a full off-line mode and it's free too. It's so good that Audi, BMW and Mercedes just clubbed together and bought it from Nokia.

Here maps has a full off-line mode and it's free too. It's so good that … Here maps has a full off-line mode and it's free too. It's so good that Audi, BMW and Mercedes just clubbed together and bought it from Nokia.



I found Here maps gave some strange routing choices, as in not the quickest, fastest or shortest route. Use google all the time now and it's very good and accurate times and will give option for quicker route whilst driving, BUT you do need data signal for this
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