Nexter 4.3-inch Q4 GPS navigation system, now $99


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Nexter 4.3-inch Q4 GPS navigation system, now $99

This week OfficeMax.com has dropped the price on the Nexter 4.3-inch Q4 GPS navigation system (model no. Q4) from $169.99 to $99.99.  That's a price drop of $70, making this the lowest price we have seen on this GPS by about $30.  FREE shipping is included and sales tax applies for residents of most states.

TigerDirect.com has a similar GPS, the Magellan RoadMate 1440 4.3-inch GPS with text-to-speech, lane assist and North American maps for the reduced price of $139.99 after a $60 price cut.  Pick up a refurbished TomTom XL 340S 4.3-inch GPS from RefurbDepot.com for $129.95.  That's almost as affordable as buying a new smaller Garmin Nuvi 1200 3.5-inch GPS from BuyDig.com, now 118.87.  Keep your GPS safe with the Case Logic Professional GPS case for 4.3-inch GPS models, now $13.99 with $2 for shipping at Amazon.com. 


Detailed Product Information

The Nextar Q4 GPS has a 4.3-inch touch screen display that includes a map of the USA with 1.6 million points of interest.  Features include text to speech, safety lock, voice guided directions and built-in speaker.  Other features include an address book that can store up to 300 addresses, instant rout recalculation, turn-by-turn voice prompts, 2D or 3D map modes and day and night modes.  It is backed by a one year warranty from Nextar. 
 



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Posted: 12/23, 08:32am
adabellegonzalez
Joined: 2009/12/23
Posts: 1
The suggestion given in this post seems very lucrative….I’m in search of some such kind of reasonable offer. Wish my husband agrees to buy it .Mio Navman Spirit S500THF

Posted: 12/15, 22:22pm
ScarlettJacob
Joined: 2009/12/15
Posts: 1
GPS has become a widely used aid to navigation worldwide, and a useful tool for map-making, land surveying, commerce, scientific uses, tracking and surveillance, and hobbies such as geocaching and waymarking.Satellite Navigation Systems have revolutionized how we travel. Once upon a time it was necessary to use a folded up map to know where to go but these days all you have to do is plug in your sat nav and tell it where you want to go.


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