never had a sat nav before dont want to pay over the top but know there expensive will be used mainly for navigating european citys finding hotels etc must be easy to use and able to see it without my glasses on lol please advise
Which sat nav
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What prescription level are your glasses?
Do you wear them to ride, or will you be removing helmet and glasses to check sat nav?
Seriously, pop down to Halfrauds and look at a few, then go on line and buy the bike version...
Bike Sat Nav
Just got back from a 3500mile stint around Europe.
Needed a Sat Nav but the bike ones are a rip off, being a bit of a fiddler I bought a Garm** Nu** with full Europe and updates for life about £140, To my horror no ear plug (Hence the biker rip off). Got an ear socket on a bit of wire from Ebay £2 and a Garm** Nu** repair kit (Special screwwdrivers (Rip Off)) £2. On opening said nav there was a big fat speaker with to eqaully fat wires, it dont take an Einstein to splice a couple of wires make a little hole (Opp's Warrenty) But make sure to seal it all back up (I used epoxy) Be careful with the volumne in your earpeice, it works very well and could be LOUD. Dont forget your waterproof holder about £7.
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Bike Sat Navs
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