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Cheapest Bluetooth GPS reciever found!

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Hi,

I've been searching for a while for a decent well priced Bluetooth GPS reciever but excluding ebay everything seemed pretty expensive for a good quality piece of kit.

Well, head down to your local Orange store whether your with them or not.

They are selling off their Wayfinder nav kits for £35 which includes a Sirf III bluetooth reciever!!!

As Wayfinder is a service downloaded over 3G/GPRS you can ignore all the nav software and just use the receiverwith any Nav software.

Cheaper I have yet to find. Please let me know if you can beat this?!!

Hope you all bag some bargains.

Mike

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Hmm tempting, i do need a new GPS (my old one takes 10-15 mins to warm start ;))...

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Interesting, the actual Wayfinder software looks OK.

Anyone know how widely stocked these are? I'm tempted out of curiosity more than anything else!

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Interesting, the actual Wayfinder software looks OK.

Anyone know how widely stocked these are? I'm tempted out of curiosity more than anything else!

P

picked one of these up in Orange Shop Ipswich today. Don't know how many they had but this was not the last one.

Still marked up at £55 but when I asked if it was on sale she went out the back to check and came back to confirm it was reduced to £35.99. I then asked for the Premier discount and got another £7.20 off making the total price £28.79.

Comes with both mains and car charger for GPS unit. Wayfinder costs £1 per week, plus data charges, so I think I will stick with TomTom, but a great cheap GPS unit.

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