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Google Maps has an offline mode.
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I find my dedicated GPS unit particularly nice during my summer trips to Outerbanks NC. Not that it's hard to get lost there (especially on Ocracoke Island lol), but in general there's no T-Mobile, Sprint or AT&T there at all and Verizon is very scarce.

Still might leave a question why not use a cheap android phone with Maps.Me (which I still do), but a dedicated GPS is nice for situations like this anyways (but I won't spend more than $30 on it nowadays)

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Add monthly service charges too.

There's also a potential of service or software failure.

Some situations call for a simple offline device.
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Serious question. Why not buy a cheap 5" phone with GPS? Wouldn't that be better? Traffic, new maps constantly, etc.
I find my dedicated GPS unit particularly nice during my summer trips to Outerbanks NC. Not that it's hard to get lost there (especially on Ocracoke Island lol), but in general there's no T-Mobile, Sprint or AT&T there at all and Verizon is very scarce.

Still might leave a question why not use a cheap android phone with Maps.Me (which I still do), but a dedicated GPS is nice for situations like this anyways (but I won't spend more than $30 on it nowadays)

Just my 2c
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Serious question. Why not buy a cheap 5" phone with GPS? Wouldn't that be better? Traffic, new maps constantly, etc.
Add monthly service charges too.

There's also a potential of service or software failure.

Some situations call for a simple offline device.
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Serious question. Why not buy a cheap 5" phone with GPS? Wouldn't that be better? Traffic, new maps constantly, etc.
where can you buy a 5" phone for $38?

this is listed at $144 on Amazon (way overpriced).

but then again the reviews on this are not so good, so even at $38 I will pass.
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Good deal with horrible reviews.
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Add monthly service charges too.

There's also a potential of service or software failure.

Some situations call for a simple offline device.
Google Maps has an offline mode.
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damn GPS have become so cheap i remember spending north of 200 for a similar garmin one not too long agoMad
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I find my dedicated GPS unit particularly nice during my summer trips to Outerbanks NC. Not that it's hard to get lost there (especially on Ocracoke Island lol), but in general there's no T-Mobile, Sprint or AT&T there at all and Verizon is very scarce.

Still might leave a question why not use a cheap android phone with Maps.Me (which I still do), but a dedicated GPS is nice for situations like this anyways (but I won't spend more than $30 on it nowadays)

Just my 2c
you can always install here maps and download offline maps. that will have exact same gps capability. hardwise there is nothing more functional in a gps unit.
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I'll just use my fire tablet
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I find my dedicated GPS unit particularly nice during my summer trips to Outerbanks NC. Not that it's hard to get lost there (especially on Ocracoke Island lol), but in general there's no T-Mobile, Sprint or AT&T there at all and Verizon is very scarce.

Still might leave a question why not use a cheap android phone with Maps.Me (which I still do), but a dedicated GPS is nice for situations like this anyways (but I won't spend more than $30 on it nowadays)

Just my 2c
I remember road tripping across British Columbia and for the most part, no one's phones worked except my standalone GPS. Saved our lives.
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Got one for my parents. Easier to use then a phone.
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I find my dedicated GPS unit particularly nice during my summer trips to Outerbanks NC. Not that it's hard to get lost there (especially on Ocracoke Island lol), but in general there's no T-Mobile, Sprint or AT&T there at all and Verizon is very scarce.

Still might leave a question why not use a cheap android phone with Maps.Me (which I still do), but a dedicated GPS is nice for situations like this anyways (but I won't spend more than $30 on it nowadays)

Just my 2c
Who said you need mobile service to have working gps on your phone? Here Maps is perfect for offline usage. GPS devices are a thing of the past, unless you work as a truck driver.
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