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Topic # 192032 24-Feb-2016 19:25
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Hello,

 

Wondering if anyone has had any experience with the Navman Move 60 LM and/or the TomTom Via 225. Looking to buy a GPS unit with these two in my price bracket. Never had one of these before so new to GPS.

 

Any feedback helpful thank you.





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  Reply # 1556720 21-May-2016 10:41
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TomTom Go 50 is the best and (kind of) affordable GPS I've ever used. (My previous unit is Garmin 50LT) It can get real-time traffic by connecting to your phone using Bluetooth to get internet. And TomTom GO, which is an app allows you to manage favorite places on phone and places will sync with GPS while GPS has internet. It's the advantage comparing with other low-price units.

 

And the map is updated often. More often than Garmin. And more accurate. TomTom Go 50 voice navigation system is a little bit falling behind comparing with Garmin's.  

 

I know this reply is far too late but hope it will help others. :)


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