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Topic # 27032 10-Oct-2008 20:22
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Hi,
Has anyone used a GOLDFINGER 4.3 Inch GF-605 IN-CAR GPS.
Any comments,
Thanks.

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  Reply # 170509 10-Oct-2008 20:53
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I haven't personally used a Goldfinder GPS, but they are rubbish according to the Consumer test.

There is a report here, but you need subscriber access to view it:

http://www.consumer.org.nz/topic.asp?category=Cars&docid=5124&subcategory=Accessories&topic=Car%20GPS

I don't currently have this, but saw a copy of the report earlier when they had it available for free preview.

Recommended brands are TomTom, Navman and Garmin.



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  Reply # 170511 10-Oct-2008 21:00
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Thanks for the quick reply, will definitely have a look at report.

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  Reply # 170523 10-Oct-2008 21:49
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Definitely not worth i.
They are also primitive in graphics dept and out of date.
talking from experience.




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Definitely not worth it.
They are also primitive in graphics dept and out of date.
talking from experience.




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