Navman S90i Handheld GPS Receiver @ Dixons £161.99
Navman S90i Handheld GPS Receiver @ Dixons £161.99

Navman S90i Handheld GPS Receiver @ Dixons £161.99

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Reevoo Rated 9/10 (32 Reviews)

Intelligent features such as built-in Real-time Traffic and Route Traffic Overview let you know in advance whats ahead. Safety features such as text-to-speech speaks road names as you approach a turn and built-in Bluetooth hands-free calling helps you focus on your driving. Slim, light and complete with a foldable cradle, the S90i fits your life, perfectly.

Maps - GB, Ireland and Western Europe
Bluetooth Calling - Yes
Screen Size 4.3''
Pre Installed Safety Camera Database
NaviPix Camera for navigating to photos
Text To Speech (TTS) announces street names and road signs
Nearest Petrol, Parking, or Emergency Services (SOS) shortcuts
Mileage reporter for exense reporting through the desktop
200 Favourite locations or multi-stop trips
Automatic Day/Night Display depending on the time of day
Route Detour to avoid parts of your journey that are congested
Over 500,000 Points Of Interest (POI)
Create Journeys with up to 12 via points
Speaking Keyboard for added confidence when entering an address
Male or Female Voice Guidance
Back on Track recalculation in case you make a wrong turn
Automatic Map Zooming
Up to 5 hours battery life, depending on usage
8-digit Postcode Search
2D Map View & 3D Moving Map
Built-in Real-Time Traffic Information Route Summary


Are Navman's any good or are TOMTOM's any better or any other SatNav?

Original Poster

Look at the Reevoo Comments on Dixons website. Navman in my opioion are a good make, this one has got the full works. I may ask her in doors if I can have one as when we go away we always get lost and end up falling out!

Description at Dixons says "in-car" not "handheld". Can it be used as "handheld"...? That would be nice

Original Poster

It is advertised as small enough to fit in your pocket, the tech spec is;-

200g 79mm (H) x 139mm (W) x 20mm (D)

It looks as though you need a big pocket, however if it was too small it would be no good for in car use.

I noticed it also has a 2M pixel camera.

Its an all singing all dancing top of the range model, BUT, according to some of the posts on pocketworldgps, it has its problems!! It sounds like its users can't recommended it which is a shame.
The prices are coming down because new models will be coming out next month called 'MOOV' or 'Navman Sxx 3D' which are the first models produced since Mio bought Navman, The new devices use TeleAtlas maps with 3D building/land data.
I think its worth waiting for things to settle as lots of companies(Garmin, tomtom, navman ,mio) have new models coming out, have a look at the Igo 8 software.

There is also the Mio 520T for £170 down from about £250.


Available in April 2008, the prices are as follows:
Mio Moov 370 Europe - €279 (£223)
Mio Moov 330 Europe - €229 (£183) / Navman S50 3D - £179
Mio Moov 330 Regional - €179 (£143)
Mio Moov 200 Europe - €179 (£143)
Mio Moov 200 Regional - €149 (£119) / Navman S30 3D - £129

We've got one of these and it works really well. The voice prompting from it is some of the best I've heard from any SatNav. You can set it for walking pace as well.
The camera is gimmicky I think but quite amusing, you can take a picture and it records its position, then you can upload it to their database and anyone can download areas into their device, so you can be driving along and someones picture can show up on your screen!
Good price, we paid £200 from Costco (it might have to be returned now to take advantage of this).
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