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sat nav (best one ?)

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by pricey tdi, Apr 3, 2007.

  1. pricey tdi
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    [Apr 3, 2007]
    hi all iam looking to bye a sat nav under £200 poss with blue tooth con
    what you all recon is the best ?????:idea:
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    fingermouse thats me

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    tomtom one i havnt used one but know people who have and they love them
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    I recently got a TomTom one from halfrauds think it was £159 online and its been really good so far:icon_thumright:
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    TomTom are knocking off £30 if you buy it by Easter if that helps?
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    I would also recommend the 'Tomtom One'.

    It is superior to many much more expensive satnav's.
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    I've got a tomtom one, new edition, and it is a brilliant piece of kit for the money. Simple to use, neat to install, and decent sized clear screen!

    J.
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    I have a navman ic30 which is basically the cheapest one you can get, think its £90 - its fine but the maps are a little out of date, no bluetooth tho.

    Have used a few tomtom's too, pretty simple to use and clear, easy to follow instructions. for under 200 quid you cant really argue
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    Having seen the news today, the best sat nav seems to be any that isn't portable. A staggering 260,000 were stolen in the UK last year! That's more than 700 a day.

    Take 'em with you when you leave the car please.
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    OutLore VOIP Dude

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    I have a Garmin Streetpilot III Colour... it's a few years old mind, but does the job....

    Get this - when I bought it (in 2003 I think) it cost me a shade under £800!!!!
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    I sell sat navs go with a garmin nuvi 300. Sold loads and never had a problem with one. Really reliable, clear and easy to use.
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    thanks all will have a good look around:icon_thumright:
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    [Apr 5, 2007]
    Tomtom one, just as good as my TT300, but smaller, lighter.
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    Tomtom Go 510. I love it especially now I have all the starbucks in it as POI's, never far from a coffee and muffin
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    i actually use tomtom on my N70 does the trick
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    I don't have one for my car (don't see the point as I spend most of my life in the same two cities), but recently got one for the works van, a Garmin StreetPilot <insert some stupid numbers here!>. Been working fine so far.
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