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Navman EZY200 GPS Navigator with Bonus Lifetime Maps - $98 at Harvey Norman (in Store)

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Pretty good deal.

$98 in store, or add $5.95 for delivery. You can stack this with the ING paywave and it comes down to $93.1 if you pick it up in store. Other option would be to get OW to price beat by 5%, then use ING also…

Includes bonus lifetime free map updates.

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  • +1 vote

    Cheaper at JB Hifi and with free delivery.

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    DO NOT BUY IT
    1. It wont turn off when power is unplugged - the most annoying thing
    2. bluetooth is crap - i also have a tomtom but bluetooth function is useless too
    3. You gotta accept the safety terms at the start all the time - garmin and tomtom dont ask and bring up the map asap
    4. You gotta touch the screen to see info like ETA, Your current speed, Time to goal etc

    buy a tomtom

    • +1 vote

      Totally agree with this advice. TomTom will switch on and off when the ignition is switched on. Dont waste your time on Navman. Plus as mentioned can be found cheaper else where.

      No deal

      • +1 vote

        Tom Tom has similar issues too :/ it would freeze when I want to 'return home' got so frustrated I threw it out the window and reversed my car to crush it with my wheels.

        I would go for Garmin

  • +1 vote

    As stated by donga100, cheaper elsewhere (JB HiFi) due to 20% GPS promotion.

  • +5 votes

    Also a warning. If you purchase online HN can cancel your order at their end without any reason as per their online purchase terms and conditions. If you are really after one even after the negs pointed out just get it in store.

  • +4 votes

    Don't forget this is how Harvey Norman treats it's customers- refer to the Harvey Norman Asus pad debacle here

    http://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/89032?page=12

    They don't deserve your business.

  • +3 votes

    They will take your money, not deliver and lie like crazy. Downvote.

  • +2 votes

    buy if you support local bad consumer practices

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