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pmeiss

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pmeiss says:

SAT NAV

Anyone who uses Tom Tom or Garmin. Have you ever tried the Mini Mappy sat navs? I have bought a Mini Mappy 330, and I can say compared to my friend's Tom Tom Urban Rider, far superior, and MUCH cheaper! They launched the 340 recently. DO NOT LET THE PRICE PUT YOU OFF! They are worth at least double their RRP... :biggrin:

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Andy_L

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Andy_L says:

Routes

Can it store pre-planned routes?

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pmeiss

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pmeiss says:

you can store pre planned routes

Yup!

it does a whole array of intersting things... :)

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smidget

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smidget says:

And

The price is?

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Andy_L

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Andy_L says:

Routes

At £135 the price is certainly keen.

Re pre-planned routes, how many can it store?  I found a manual in French but it didn't seem to have anything about saving routes, or downloading routes to the device.  Just editing the current route.  I couldn't even see how to add via points to customise the route - just options to choose a routing method of either shortest, fastest, combine shortes/fastest or fewest turns.  My French is not very good though.  Surely there is a way to make it take you via all the twisty B roads?

Oh and does it cope with circular routes?  E.g. starting and ending at home?

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PerryGPS

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PerryGPS says:

Bike Sat Navs

Hello,

I work for a company called Global GPS and we do specialize in a lot of bike related products.

We are one of the cheapest online for bike GPS systems.

If you wish to purchase from ourselves then as a SPECIAL OFFER, we can offer free delivery with any purchase on bike related products or a free carry case when you purchase a bike sat nav with the use of this promo code: GG789

If i can be of any help at all then do not hesitate to contact me at the office on 01626336007

Perry

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