Christmas bargains: best online deals for GPS units

Grab a navigation bargain in the lead-up to Christmas!

TomTom Start

Price: $194.85 (Save: $4.15) or $187 (Save: $12)

Before you snigger at the savings of $12 or $4.15, bear with us for a moment. TomTom's Start is the Dutch company's cheapest GPS ever and it's literally just hit the stores. The Start is an entry-level GPS with basic features, but still boasting TomTom's IQ Routes technology, an EasyPort mounting system and TomTom's latest map guarantee. The TomTom Start also has spoken street names and preinstalled speed and red light camera alerts. A fantastic Christmas gift, you have two options to grab a bargain. Firstly, Dick Smith is currently slashing $12 off the RRP, which is a good deal considering it just hit the shelves! Alternatively Ryda is saving you $4.15 but is also throwing in a GPS carry pouch and a screen protector (apparently valued at $59.90).

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