out of stock Navman EZY400LMT GPS (5" LCD Touchscreen) $50 (Save $119), Navman MiVUE700 Dashcam $50 (Save $69) @ Big W in Stores Only

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Very good price compare to my previous popular deal for $97.30
Call store before going to Big W or feel free to price match at JB Hi-Fi or other stores.

Also, Navman MiVUE700 Dashcam is available for $50 too

Price compare : Usually bundle will cost $188 at JB Hi-Fi

Easy to use, the Navman EZY400LMT has user-friendly functions giving you all the essential features you need on your daily drive: 3D Junction Views with Real Signage and Lane Guidance so you never miss a turn, Bluetooth Handsfree, Live Traffic Updates, Spoken Safety Alerts, Speed Limit Alerts and Driver Fatigue Alert , plus Lifetime maps. There is even a Digital Logbook which is great for keeping track of mileage and fuel consumption for tax time or for keeping track of hours driven for learner drivers.

Bluetooth Handsfree
Stay in touch on the go. Built-in Bluetooth connectivity turns your Navman into a handsfree car kit so you can safely make and receieve calls via a compatible Bluetooth mobile phone.

FREE Live Traffic Updates
With these real-time traffic updates (sourced from road cameras and national authorities) you will know if your planned route is affected by traffic congestion or an accident, the Navman will automatically calculate your new estimated arrival time and, can find an alternative route for you.

Spoken Safety Alerts
Our friendly voice lets you know when you’re approaching areas where you need to take extra care, like speed and red light cameras, accident blackspots, railway crossings and school zones.

Smart Find Keyword Search
Don’t know an address? Just type in words like ‘swimming pool’ or ‘Bill’s Cafe’ to find the destination.

Speed Limit Alert
Displays on the screen the actual speed limit for the road you’re travelling on.

Landmark Guidance
This feature uses local landmarks to provide directions. For example, “in 200 metres, turn right at the petrol station into Smith Street” so you can look out for the landmark and know exactly when to turn.

Lifetime FREE Maps
Never worry about maps again. Updated quarterly, you will always stay up to date with our Lifetime FREE Maps including updates to safety alerts at no additional cost.

3D Junction View with Real Signage
At some major intersections, your screen will switch to a realistic 3D display of the junction you're approaching and feature overhead street signage and arrows to point you in the right direction.

Driving Fatigue Alerts
Warns you when you have been driving for too long to keep you safe on the road.

Spoken Street Names
Detailed voice guidance with spoken street names.

Premium Language Support
Enjoy clearly spoken directions, linked to spoken street names in a choice of pre-loaded languages including Cantonese, Mandarin, French, German, Greek and more.

Fuel Type Search
Use Smart Find keyword search to enter in your specific fuel type.

Shortcut Buttons
Closest parking, petrol, food or ATMs at the touch of a button.

Advanced Lane Guidance
Advises the best lane to be in for an upcoming turn off or junction.

Smart Route
Based on historical traffic data shows the best routes to take whatever the time of day.

Australia & New Zealand Map Coverage
Travel easily on both sides of the Tasman with built-in maps for both countries.

Digital Logbook
Download a spreadsheet of kilometres travelled. Ideal for expense reporting.

Hardware

Screen: 5" LCD Touchscreen
Product dimensions: 14.1cm x 8.6cm x 1.5cm
Processor: 664Mhz
Internal memory: 4GB
Memory expansion: MicroSD
In the box:

EZY400LMT Unit
In-vehicle mounting bracket
Vehicle power adapter
USB Active sync cable
Navdesk DVD

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    You guy should read the review before purchase.

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    Lifetime FREE Maps
    Never worry about maps again. Updated quarterly, you will always stay up to date with our Lifetime FREE Maps including updates to safety alerts at no additional cost.
    Just wondering how this life time calculated? 2-3years product life time or some others?

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      In fairness, Waze needs mobile Internet… No maps.

      But it guides u around traffic jams, etc.

    • +5 votes

      "Lifetime" means the lifetime of the device, which is decided by when they end support for it.

      …because after they end support for it, it's no longer useful hey?

      So "lifetime" takes on a bizarre kafkaesque like redefinition of the words of English.

    • +2 votes

      I bought a navman when I was on my p's (back in 2016) as I couldn't use phone functionality. I was conned by the 'lifetime free maps' as despite the fact it was printed on the box, when I went to update the maps it would not work. I rang them only to find out the 'support life' had been terminated (so no more updates).

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    Thanks for the heads up on reviews, looks like that's why it's on clearance.

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      Yup! Big W have probably looked at the return rate and decided it's no longer economical to continue selling the device.

  • +1 vote

    wtf is a Navman…..use your phone.

    • +15 votes

      Provisional P1 and P2 licence holders cannot use the GPS function on their phones in NSW

      • +9 votes

        oh……I retract my uneducated comment :P

      • +1 vote

        not just the GPS function…the wording is pretty clear

        if you have a learner or provisional licence, you are not permitted to use a mobile phone at all while driving.

      • +1 vote

        Does the law say anything about tablet computers? A 7-inch tablet is about the same price as this, and is provably "not a phone". Could you use Waze on the tablet computer?

        I know that not all tablets have GPS capability, but I'm assuming that some do.

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          Cheap TAB's GPS is bad.

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            @bbtlovebbt: no it does not ….so you beat the coppers
            this said…how are you going to mount your cheap Tablet?

            also i agree with bbt cheap tabs = bad GPS
            your also assuming that the tablet has enough processing power to run WAZE

            *Replied to wrong person

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              @humdingaling:

              how are you going to mount your cheap Tablet?

              I'd try some of the "universal" phone holders first, a 7" tablet isn't much larger than the largest iphones.

              Other than that, there are some magnetic phone mounts that are "for Cell Phones and Mini Tablets".

              Like this one: https://www.amazon.com/d/Cell-Phone-Car-Mounts-Cradles/Magne...

              assuming that the tablet has enough processing power to run WAZE

              My cheapo Android phone with 1G RAM and 1GHz CPU runs Navmii GPS without any problems, I assume Waze is similar in requirements. Most cheap tablets have the same or better specs than my phone.

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    Google Maps FTW

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    I have a garmin life time update for 10 years. Battery has died. I am so use to speedy device now that I felt it is slow and unresponsive. I read that this navman is also slow.

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      Which Garmin model do you have?

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      Funnily enough I also have an old Garmin with the "lifetime maps", I'm not sure how old mine is - maybe 6 or 8 years? And it still works fine, and it still gets map updates! The system updates stopped a few years back, but at least the map updates still go on fine.

      That said I use my mobile phone's google maps more because it has live traffic and will always send me the quickest way around the traffic. My dumb garmin sends me right into the traffic jams :)

    • +1 vote

      My old Garmin nuvi 1350 LM which bought at almost 10 years ago still got maps update

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    I wonder if there's really still a profitable market for these, given that everyone has a smartphone these days?

  • +2 votes

    what about the dashcam? Any thoughts?

    What does @Neil think?

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    I’ve called 5 stores around me, all out of stock. What have you guys done.

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    Careful… are traffic updates delivered over 2g or 3G?
    Cause 2g is shutting down.

  • +1 vote

    Just get Navmii GPS on mobile for free.
    World wide offline maps.
    In app purchases available such speed camera warnings and removal of app ads for a couple dollars.

  • +1 vote

    Seriously considering this…Waze takes up too much battery on my S5 even with power saving mode on. Also, no lane assist which is a must for an anxious driver.

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      exact reason why I got one, the smartphone apps are convenient but does not give the full navigation experience with camera alerts and lane assist..

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    Took the last MiVue700 at BigW Underwood.

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    Any thoughts on the dash cam?

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      I'm only using it as a temporary front cam whilst my A119s is getting replaced. Will still have GPS from the rear A119s, and a colleague at work says they'll take this Navman off me for $50 when I'm done with it after the month or so it'll take for the postal system…

  • +1 vote

    I didn't believe for a second that in NSW you couldn't even have a phone cradled with google maps going - but this is indeed the case. Yet the rules explicitly state you can use a GPS device. Weird

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    Will never buy Navman product again.

    Back to few years ago, sent my GPS to fix(under warranty), and they lost it. It took 8 months before they agreed to send a new model as a replacement/compensation.

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    Good luck finding stock.
    Tried four stores. Nope. Nope. Nope. And, nope.

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    feel free to price match at JB Hi-Fi

    Did they start price matching clearance items now ?
    I thought every price matching policy excluded clearance items and bundles

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    Haven't stocked them for ages at 3 stores on the Gold Coast

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    The dash cam looks like a better buy.
    1080p H.265 encoding for $50

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    2 left at qv vic

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    With Apple carplay and Android auto becoming the standard in recent years, I see no reason why the trend won't continue. This sort of satnav system is imo starting to look very last century.

    We only recently got android auto on our car's infotainment, but before we used the "Here" GPS app for our 5.5" smart phone. This works great, was for free, worked from satellite and not data. Here uses Google maps with free annual updates.

    Expect these standalone units to disappear from the market in a year or three.

  • +1 vote

    With some hassle with the store manager and ozbargain spirit i was able to score one from JB HiFi

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