Sat Navs with integrated DAB radio now available from Snooper
Leading satellite navigation company Snooper has expanded its range of products with a number of new items aimed at truck drivers, caravanners and other motorists.
The family of Snooper DB8500 satellite navigation devices, feature a DAB radio as well as market leading satellite technology, allowing motorists to tune into their favourite station or listen in for relevant traffic updates and announcements.
The three models – Syrius, Venture and Truckmate – all feature a DAB radio which can be used with existing stereos and speakers for clearer sound at all times. Snooper is the only sat nav company to stock radio-integrated devices and all items feature unique Snooper technology.
The Syrius Pro Sound DB8500 is the lowest priced of the new models and is aimed at car drivers. With an easy-to-read 7 inch LCD screen and bigger on-screen buttons this device combines style with convenience, and comes with free Traffic Management Content Information and a Bluetooth headset. It is available with UK and Ireland maps, or Europe for a little extra.
Caravanners and motorhome owners can choose the Venture Pro Sound DB8500 which also has a clear 7 inch screen and easy-to-use on-screen buttons. Route instructions are displayed in large format, ensuring safety at all times, and this sat nav has the option to attach a reversing camera – perfect for those tight spots on campsites and caravan parks.
Many Snooper products are especially designed for use by truckers and drivers of heavy goods vehicles, and the new Truckmate Pro Sound DB8500 is ideal for all kinds of cabs. Addresses are easy to enter on the 7 inch screen and larger buttons make scrolling simple. This Truckmate system comes with free traffic information and a Bluetooth handsfree set.
All of the DAB radios in these three sat nav systems can be used with a vehicle’s existing speaker set up, ensuring crystal clear sound on the busiest of roads.
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