Looking for a reliable GPS System at a low price? Then check out these deals on the most popular GPS Systems available in Australia now.
When you’re trying to get from point A to B and you don’t really know where you’re going, you need something reliable to help get you there. While many of us probably have a GPS app on our smartphone, their reliance on 3/4G connectivity means they are susceptible to dropping out, becoming unusable when your phone runs out of charge and they take up a large chunk of storage to save all those maps. By getting yourself a dedicated GPS system, no longer will you have to worry about any of these issues.
Navigation systems come in a range of screen sizes, with various models featuring a range of different options including numerous routing features that allow you to avoid things pesky things like tolls. If a dash cam is also something you’re looking to invest in, why not grab yourself a Hybrid Dash Camera which also includes GPS functions. If you’re wanting to take a road trip overseas, you can even grab yourself a system that will allow you to download and add overseas maps.
There are also a variety of mounting options to choose from. Have your device installed directly into the dashboard of your car or get yourself a handheld model so no matter what vehicle you’re driving you can take your system with you.
Not sure which Navigation System to chose? Then check out our round-up of the most popular GPS systems available in Australia below. We’ve tracked down the cheapest prices on each GPS system from some of the biggest retailers so you can be confident that you are getting nothing but the best deal.
Best GPS and Navigation Systems sales on now
|GPS name||Amazon Australia||JB Hi-Fi||Garmin Australia||Rebel Sport|
|Garmin 010-01614-01 Forerunner 735XT||$399||$598||$599||$399|
|Garmin Approach S60,Golf||$579||N/A||$579||N/A|
|Garmin 010-03723-01 Approach S20||$249||N/A||$299||N/A|
|Garmin Forerunner 35||$211.82||N/A||$299||$199|
Prices are as checked on 5 Dec 2017 and may be subject to change. Prices include any discounts but exclude potential shipping charges and used products.
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