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    Excelvan motorbike GPS

    A friend is planning on buying a cheap GPS device, an Excelvan

    Anyone here tried one?

    For a few quid it's probably OK, I guess....

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    I have got one, it's ok

    Does the job

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    That's what I thought

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    I found your review on You Tube. Most informative.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wapping View Post
    I found your review on You Tube. Most informative.

    Not me mate, same name, but I don't have a youtube channel.

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    A chance alignments of several coincidences then.

    A rare'ish Chinese GPS device, then I was watching the VFR (a bike I think you owned) film and it all being in Newcastle, with some Mac stuff (which I think are good at) and the name being all but the same, Andy being a popular shortening of Andrew.

    Oh well, that's life as they say.

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    I bought one when my Zumo packed up in Portugal.

    It crapped out in very hot weather 42+ degrees, and the routing can be a little bit odd.

    For what it is at around Ł80 it's fine and pretty much does the job and there are some quite nice features on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wapping View Post
    A chance alignments of several coincidences then.

    A rare'ish Chinese GPS device, then I was watching the VFR (a bike I think you owned) film and it all being in Newcastle, with some Mac stuff (which I think are good at) and the name being all but the same, Andy being a popular shortening of Andrew.

    Oh well, that's life as they say.
    My first name is Deandre, as my mother is African, father Scottish, and I definitely do not have a Geordie accent.

    I don't think that having an exelvan GPS is uncommon.

    You believe what you want, but you seem to have an unhealthy interest in me. Oh well shows your mentality once again, so I have now blocked your comments.
    I suspect you probably thought I was young and could be groomed, you do display traits that are consistent with groomers

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    All is now clear.

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