Sub £100 Sat Nav

  jaraba 13:22 25 May 2010

Looking for sat nav & have told click here is a good buy.
Anyone have one or one they can recommend.

  ukpostcode 18:56 25 May 2010

Binatone are on the cheaper end of the market!
And thus you pay cheap you get cheap.
You could get a Tomtom for under £100
Go to your local Tesco's and see whats on offer.

  The Kestrel 22:42 25 May 2010

I have a Tomtom and would recommend them. Amazon have one for just over £84 click here

  naineysman 23:09 25 May 2010

TomTom on the iPhone, just magic

  jaraba 00:16 26 May 2010

Don't have an Iphone & Forgot to say i would prefer widescreen sat nav

  mr simon 00:17 26 May 2010

And it is quite poor. Terrible battery life, though it won't be a problem in cars with a power outlet, the touchscreen is awful, the screen is impossible to see in daylight, postcode search is useless, always weak signal, I could go on....

I'm with naineysman, if you have a 3G or 3GS iPhone then there are good satnav apps for that. I have the TomTom one and it is brilliant.

  wee eddie 02:03 26 May 2010

Map Updates, roughly, £20.00pa

Safety! Cameras, roughly, £20.00pa.

You can source both of these for free, but I'm not sure that I would trust them where my livelihood is involved.

  john 52 09:23 26 May 2010

Please see the link below if you want to compare sat nav prices .
Also have a look at pocketgps web site there is lots of advice on sat navs on there .

Tomtom and Garmin are generally regarded as the best makes

click here

  Chris the Ancient 17:19 26 May 2010

I've puzzled about these wide-screen sat navs,

Why do they have them? I'm not interested about things off to the side; I'm more interested in what's ahead.

If I really want details of things off to the side (oh, about twice in the last year), I just zoom out for a moment.

So, what is supposed to be the advantage of the wide screen?

  wee eddie 18:38 26 May 2010

The Key Board is a reasonable size

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