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ok im after a sat nav i dont want it to break the bank just want to use it in the

uk and would prefer touch screen and possibly portable too

any one have an idea

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ok im after a sat nav i dont want it to break the bank just want to use it in the

uk and would prefer touch screen and possibly portable too

any one have an idea

Garmin Streetpilot i3. £130. Small, portable, clear voice intructions and screen. Postcode entry. Never let me down yet.

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THIS IS £250 WHAT DO YOU THINK

The Road Angel Navigator 6000 features 2 products in 1 - Road Angel camera and blackspot alerts with navigation, or solo Road Angel mode.

The Road Angel Navigator 6000 guides you with the latest easy to use touch screen mapping of the UK, including full postcode search. The Navigator 6000 also guards you with Road Angel's unique full screen drive safety system and award winning database of accident blackspots and safety cameras to ensure a trouble free journey.

# Navigation features:Full colour 3D and 2D mapping to street level

# Clear sound voice instructions

# Quick location search

# Full postcode search

# Navigate in Britain door to door (street level)

# Mapping data stores on SD, so it will work straight from the box

# Day and night mode

# Voice prompts

# Automatic re-routing in seconds

# Save your favourite destinations

Road Angel features:

# Features Award Winning Road Angel driver safety database

# High visibility colour coded screens at alert locations

# Fixed camera warnings

# Accident blackspots

# Primary schools

# Congestion charging

# USB Updates

# Speech alerts

# Camera-advisory speed limits

# Store your own personal danger areas

Benefits:2 products in 1 - Road Angel camera and blackspot alerts with navigation, or solo Road Angel mode

# 100% legal

# Easy operation with touch screen inputs

# New Anti-vibration windscreen mount

# SD card slot

# From 8 hours Battery life

# Easily transferable between cars

# Interchangeable between driving and walking mode

# Lightweight and compact with simple windscreen mount

# Latest SiRF 3 GPS receiver with internal antenna

# ABC format keypad

# Customise your preferred settings

What is in the box?:

# Road Angel Navigator unit fitted with SD card (256MB)

# Multi Angle windscreen mount suitable for all vehicles

# Mounting Arm

# Mains power adaptor

# PC USB Cable

# 12V/24V cigar socket lead

# MP3 and Photoviewer features

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Look good ...... although I like that new Tom Tom 910 ..... widescreen thing ..... ?

TomTom-910-510-for-Web.jpg

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My TomTom One has also never let me down but it is in the £200 bracket.

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You could have had mine, as I have the ML package now, but it was stolen two months before that :tsktsk:

Mio DigiWalker 269+ , did an excellent job.

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Garmin StreetPilot series are good.

I have the 310, was on special at Halfords at the time £199, but there are other models. Found it rather good, used a bit for finding out of the way leisure centres and schools when taking the daughter to swimming galas over s wales and the west country.

Not too fancy, portable, downloadable POIs for SAFETY cameras etc. quick satellite locking, touch screen, full postcode entry.....

New 5xx series has all the Bluetooth bits....

Worth checking out

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I have an Ipaq PDA with TomTom on the only problem is you have lots of wires.

I'd say the TomTom One is the best one i've seen it's cheap and it's very easy to use, there isn't any wires atall and it's SIRF III which means it's got the highest accuracy rating. :)

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well ended up with the tom tom one after playing with most modles in halfords for a good hour orso

it seemed to be the easiest to use and qouickest to respond

Which one, the 910?

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Garmin Nuvi 350. Tiny, sleek and stylish. Really good pocket size unit.

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