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Topic # 13866 1-Jun-2007 19:27
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I've been looking for a few electronic options which would allow myself to get around Auckland (main purpose) and around the country (holidays etc). So far I've seen a Navman ICN320 on DSE or the ICN630.

Currently my budget is around 300-400, although I am willing to go over a bit. Any suggestions on a decent affordable unit?




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  Reply # 73194 1-Jun-2007 22:46
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cokemaster: ...So far I've seen a Navman ICN320 on DSE or the ICN630.

I don't know about specific model numbers, but I saw a review in Consumer Magazine a few months back.

They said that Navman or Garmin were the best, pretty good reviews on either make.

Just DON'T buy the cheapie from Goldfinger Hightech, or you will regret it!

I hope that helps.

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  Reply # 73206 2-Jun-2007 08:40
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I bought a Navman 520.. Great little navigation device (perfect for someone like me who does not enjoy driving, especially to places I don't know how to find).  Handy too as you can use it while walking to find a location.

I recommend the Navman!  Not sure how much the 520 is these days. 

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