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HOT! Fully Loaded Garmin Nuvi 1490LMT 5″ Widescreen GPS, Was $349.99, Now Just $159.99 Shipped From Amazon!

Update: DEAD!

Garmin Nuvi 1490LMT Linky

This is the lowest price on Amazon for this device ever!

This GPS is compatible with Garmin’s Israel maps and is fully loaded with great features like:
-5″ Sunlight-readable Touch Screen, TFT color touchscreen display with 480 x 272 WQVGA pixel resolution.
-Free lifetime map and traffic updates for the most up-to-date maps, POIs, and navigation info, along with constantly updated traffic information.
-Free lifetime traffic alerts.
-City Navigator NT North America (U.S with Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico, Canada and Mexico)
-Text to Speech
-Lane Assist
-Junction View
-Integrated Bluetooth wireless technology with a built-in microphone and speaker for hands-free calling
-Multiple-point routing
-MP3 Player
-Enhanced pedestrian navigation capabilities
-Sleek, slim design

HT: fred

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6 Responses to “HOT! Fully Loaded Garmin Nuvi 1490LMT 5″ Widescreen GPS, Was $349.99, Now Just $159.99 Shipped From Amazon!”

  1. Deal Lover Says:
    1

    Dan, generally, how much does it cost to download maps for Israel or Western Europe?

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  2. thingywingy Says:
    2

    whats the return policy at amazon?

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  3. Chaim Says:
    3

    Checked on the garmin web site.This unit does not have mp3 player witch is very important to me.

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  4. Shmuel Boruch Says:
    4

    @Deal Lover: see the link that Dan included, its around $70 for Israel. Seems a lot to me. Is there a cheaper way to get a GPS for Israel, like with the maps included? I want one just for Israel…

    Thanks!

    Dan, Welcome back from around the worlds!! 😉 bltn

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  5. van Says:
    5

    the most important feature of a gps is traffic “rerouting” that i think this does NOT offer

    thoughts anyone?

    does any gps offer this?

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  6. Dan Says:
    6

    @thingywingy:
    30 days from whe you get it.

    @Chaim:
    You need your GPS to be an MP3 player?

    @van:
    It does reroute due to traffic.

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