Snooper 2017 Satellite navigation range
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Snoopers range of sat navs are made up from three models. The current 2017 models are the S6800, SC5800 DVR and S2700.
The S6800 features a 7-inch touchscreen display, while the SC5800 DVR features a 5-inch touchscreen display and the S2700, the smallest unit has a 4.3-inch touchscreen display.
All Snoopers satnavs are fully portable and can be transferred from car to car or truck to truck in seconds.
Within the models e.g. S6800 are three different versions, these are named Syrius for drivers of cars and other small vehicles, Truckmate for drivers of trucks, heavy goods vehicles and other large vehicles and Ventura for drivers towing caravans and driving motorhomes.
While all versions of the different sat navs features are the same e.g. screen size, preloaded sat nav maps and other unit specific premium features such as FM transmitter, TMC traffic information, Bluetooth etc., the big difference between versions is the ability to navigate different vehicle types safely from A to B. Below each version is explained.
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The Snooper Syrius sat nav range is designed for drivers of car, small vans and other small vehicles. Preloaded with either UK and Ireland or full Europe maps. In addition you can turn the Syrius sat nav into a speed camera detector thanks to access to the award winning AURA speed camera database.
To view the latest 2017 Syrius sat navs click here.
The Snooper Truckmate satellite navigation range is for drivers of trucks, large/oversized vans, HGV's, coaches and really any other vehicle that would be unsuitable on a number of roads in the UK and/or Europe due to its size.
Thanks to its preloaded database of road height restrictions, road widths, etc, you can preprogram any Snooper Truckmate sat nav with your vehicles dimensions, and even load type. Knowing the size of your truck, HGV, etc, the Truckmate sat nav will then calculate a safe route missing out bridges or tunnels that are too low and village or town streets that are too narrow. This allows you to safely reach your destination without having to perform u turns or massive detours or worst becoming stuck under a bridge that was too low!
Snooper Ventura range is the perfect sat nav if you frequently tow a caravan or drive a motorhome. All four models are preloaded with UK and full Europe maps, so whether you hop over the channel to France or drive to the Southern tip of Portugal or regularly drive to Eastern Europe the Ventura range will safely guide you there.
What's more, and what makes the Ventura range unique is its preloaded database of road attribute data which includes bridge and tunnel heights. Simply enter the length, height and width of your caravan and car or motorhome and the Ventura will automatically calculate the best route for you. Further to this is a preloaded database of caravan and camper rich points of interest (POI) including data from The Camping and Caravanning Club, The Caravan Club and BordAtlas among others.
To view the latest 2017 Ventura sat navs click here.
For further help and advice with choosing the best Snooper sat nav to buy for your needs or maybe as a gift for somebody else, please telephone 01733 777623 (Mon-Fri 9:30am-5pm) outside ofthese hours please contact us online.
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Page last updated: 6th April 2017