These are pretty cool. Sounds like a good deal since it comes with 2009 maps too.
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Refurbished Garmin StreetPilot c510 GPS, for $69.99 + $5 shipping
Product: 1x Garmin Streetpilot c510 3.5" Touchscreen GPS with 2009 US Maps
Garmin for less than $70 - yea, that’s a good deal.
Wow that thing is massive compared to my Nuvi360
Does this work in foreign countries ? or on the ocean ? or for that matter in space . .
How does it compare to the C600 series? I remember when they were $600. It’s a bit thick but the interface still beats the Navigon and Mallegens made today.
oh my god what a good deal. i have a c330 and i love it so much
Hey, it’s Woot HQ on the GPS. Now even the textually-challenged have no excuse.
well the picture puts to rest anyone wondering where exactly woot is located
This is a nice GPS. I’m a huge fan of Garmin - I prefer the software that runs on their systems. While some newer models have nice features, if you are looking for a low-cost GPS for your car that will get you to your destination, this is a far better choice than buying a knock-off brand with inferior maps and routing software.
I picked up a c550 a few months ago and have nothing but praise for Garmins. Mine plays MP3’s as well through the unit, but you can’t go wrong with the 2009 maps.
its president george HW bush tollway
does this model say the names of streets?
From what I’ve heard, most people like Tom Toms the best for this, followed closely by Garmins. This is about a hundred more over at Amazon for a similar model. Good deal for sure, but I’m holding out for one that has spoken street names.
Yeah, this is a good deal if you don’t already have a GPS. It has a SIRF receiver and 2009 maps. It’s not as slim as the newer Nuvi units, but 70 bucks is hella cheap for Garmin quality.
hard to find reviews.
This is a great deal, I have a C550 and use it all the time, If I had a need for another I would grab this in a heartbeat
I know. That minor detail won’t stop them though, count on it