I’ll be honest with you. If I hadn’t gotten rid of my car late last year, I’d be tempted to pick one of these up myself. There are plenty of cheap GPS units out there but to be able to grab a TomTom unit for under $100 seems to be a pretty sweet deal.
The unit is refurbished, yes, but you’ll get the same warranty as if it were new (one year, I believe) and you can extend it through Buy.com’s warranty service.
Specs include a 3.5-inch touchscreen, preloaded maps of the US and Canada, turn-by-turn voice directions, and millions of points of interest like gas stations, ATM machines, hotels, etc. Not too shabby.
It’s $119, plus a $20 mail in rebate at Buy.com.