TomTom Multi-sport GPS watch
Versatile and with above average battery life, but you'll need extras and GPS issues can slow you down
Mio Cyclo 300 review
The hardware’s great, but this cycle satnav’s route planning hasn’t yet got to grips with the finer points of British cycleways
Motorola Motoactv review
This glossy sports tracking device has loads of innovative and very useful features, but also has a number of disappointing limitations and an inappropriately short battery life
TomTom Go Live Top Gear Edition review
This limited edition will naturally appeal to Top Gear fans, but we'd expect full maps of Europe at this price
Holux TwoNav Sportiva Plus review
Plenty of features for the outdoor navigation enthusiast, and good on-road guidance with the optional maps, but the screen isn't the best and the interface needs polish
Mio Spirit 685 review
At this price, we can forgive the 685's flaws. It's easy to use and has a larger than average screen
Garmin Edge 800 review
It isn't cheap, but this cycling computer and satnav will ensure you get where you're going without faffing around with a paper map. It will also help you get fit too
Garmin nüvi 2460LT review
An easy to use navigator, but it lacks live services. The ecoRoute feature is only great if you add the £100 attachment.
TomTom Via Live 120 review
Despite a couple of minor flaws, the Via Live 120 is a great satnav. We just hope MyTomTom is fully working soon.
TomTom Go 1000 Live review
It isn't cheap, but this is a superb navigator that will get you to your destination as fast as possible.
GTrek II GPS logger review
It won't appeal to everyone, but if you want or need information about where you've been, rather than where you're going, this GPS logger does the job well.
Mio Navman 470 review
An excellent budget satnav that's supremely easy to use and has more features than you might expect at this price. The only major omission is traffic information.
Mio Moov Spirit V505 TV review
A reasonable navigation device, but the TV interface is poorly designed, there's no headphone socket and it can't be used on the move. There are better satnavs available for similar money.
TomTom Go 550 Live review
Yet another great satnav from TomTom which, despite lacking some of its predecessors’ features, still wins a Best Buy award.
Vexia econav 480 UK & Ireland review
The econav provides great navigation and the potential to improve your fuel economy, but it suffers from an unresponsive touchscreen, a lack of traffic information and a relatively high price.
TomTom Start UK & Ireland review
An easy-to-use satnav, but a touch overpriced given the features on offer.
Mio Navman Moov Spirit 500 Traffic review
A feature-packed satnav, but the touchscreen can be unresponsive. It's also quite expensive and there are better-value alternatives.
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