Vexia Econav 480 UK & Ireland: £46.99 online @ Maplin
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Vexia Econav 480 UK & Ireland: £46.99 online @ Maplin

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Found 1st Dec 2011
Possibly a misprice as they have the smaller version (380, 3.5-inch) at the same price, while this 4.3-inch version seems to be at least £30 more elsewhere.

Use DISCOUNT3 for £3 off, or if you can find something under £2 you can potentially save more by using DISCOUNT5 off a £50 spend.

Not a TomTom or Garmin (but this price it's competing with the Binatones and F&Hs of the world anyway). Should hopefully have decent navigation, plus packed with "eco" tools to help you drive more efficiently. Also has a cool little system where it predicts how large a fine and how many points you'll get on your licence if you're caught speeding.

Complete guide towards more fuel-efficient driving
Save up to £400 per year and reduce CO2 emissions
Optimal gear indicator
Warning of excessive acceleration or braking
Optimised for more than 10,000 vehicles
Comprehensive speed camera database
Reports show driver progress in improving fuel efficiency
Econav tells you how to maximise the capability and fuel economy of your car thanks to its optimisation profile of over 10,000 vehicles. In addition to being a first-class satellite navigation system, Econav tells you in real time, with visual and audio prompts about: efficient gear change, excessive acceleration or braking - with daily use you could save up to £400 per year and pollute less. The Econav 480 comes preloaded with TeleAtlas maps of either the UK & Ireland (Order Code: A92JY) or Western Europe (Order Code: A93JY), and a 4.3" wide touch screen

5 Comments

Original Poster

Link doesn't seem to work, so try this:

maplin.co.uk/vex…683

I have a problem with anything that has Eco in the name.How can a satnav be Eco it must be Econ for economy which usually means it sucks.

Cold, not an IPAD

Original Poster

TheBiker

I have a problem with anything that has Eco in the name.How can a satnav … I have a problem with anything that has Eco in the name.How can a satnav be Eco it must be Econ for economy which usually means it sucks.



Your logic is impeccable.

ultimatekopite

Cold, not an IPAD



But yours is worse.

TheBiker

I have a problem with anything that has Eco in the name.How can a satnav … I have a problem with anything that has Eco in the name.How can a satnav be Eco it must be Econ for economy which usually means it sucks.

ultimatekopite

Cold, not an IPAD



Irony? Somehow I suspect not.
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