TomTom PRICE DROP! - GPS Steals and Deals - 2/16
Fun little week in the middle of winter... with big news from both GPS Titans, Garmin and TomTom: Garmin announced profit was up 100% for the fourth quarter.
Garmin also announced their new Marine GPS Additions the 5000 Series.
Garmin has started shipping their Nuvi 370 and 670.
With the 3GSM conference going in Spain, we saw the RIM Blackberry 8800 with GPS functionality.
TomTom tells us that using a GPS is safer than not, but the big news this week is the TomTom PRICE DROP! TomTom just let me know that they dropped their prices across the line for some great deals!
List prices are now (since this was just announced, it may take a bit to work through the system): TomTom ONE - $299 (a total steal...) See my Review of the TomTom ONE.
TomTom GO 510 - $399
TomTom GO 910 - $499
TomTom RIDER - $599
Fry's is out of the Mio C310x - no more $198 there!
The usual Steals and Deals
Via Michelin X-930 - $199 at Amazon
Garmin Forerunner Rebate - $50 back on a Forerunner 205 or 305, which drops the prices down significantly.
The Nuvi 350 - Best Selling GPS at Amazon - Garmin Nuvi 350– recent price drops put it around $460.
Garmin Nuvi 360 adds Bluetooth and is now around $550.
Garmin Nuvi 660 - Price drop this week to $699 at Amazon. See our review - Also check out the GPSNow site for what has been often a lower price, and Order by 5PM weekdays, you get same day cheap shipping. TheNerds has the Nuvi 660 for $701 - Use coupon code: affgoo3 for another $10 off if you use Google Checkout.
Garmin StreetPilot C330 – Now below $320 for this very capable, maps pre-loaded device.
Other GPS's. Here’s a quick rundown:
Garmin StreetPilot C340 – Think about moving up to the Garmin StreetPilot C530 whose price is down to $397. Won't speak street names, but Better chipset, and better screen for almost the same price ($10 more).
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Posted by Scott Martin at February 16, 2007 4:12 PM