Nav-Mat: the latest superhero?

Satellite Navigation systems

navmat.jpgIs it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s….the Nav-Mat – the latest “crime-fighting device”.

This is one of the strangest satnav accessories that I’ve come across. Its makers claim that “tell-tale sucker marks on windscreens” are one of the major reasons for satnav theft.

So they’ve come up with the Nav-Mat, which basically looks like a beanbag for your satnav. It sits on the dashboard, therefore preventing those “tell-tale sucker marks”. Apparently “the contoured and weighted, anti-skid underside stops the device from sliding and, unlike traditional window mountings, leaves no suction marks on the windscreen”.

It’s available here for a bargain £19.99 (plus £5 p&p). Alternatively, buy some window wipes here for 99p.

Paul Lamkin
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  • Got one of these in the US a few weeks ago, cost a bit more ($40) but it’s excellent. Had one in my hire car and decided to get it (Target have them) for my Tom Tom. I prefer where it sits as well bit closer and you can just pick the whole thing up and pop it in the boot when you’re parked.

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