You might think the idea of buying a dedicated GPS in 2019 is laughable, but they become a whole lot more useful when your phone is dead, your external battery is dead, and you're hopelessly lost. Plus, GPS devices have gotten a lot smarter in recent years. One such option is the Garmin DriveSmart 65 GPS with built-in Alexa on sale for $249.99 today at Best Buy as a one-day deal. This usually goes for $300 there and at other retailers like Amazon, so you're saving $50. We've only seen it hit this price a couple of times in the past before jumping back up to its full MSRP. Shipping is free.
Take Alexa with you
This easy-to-use navigator has a bright 6.95-inch touch display and includes a mount to stick it on your dash. Alexa offers hands-free access to navigation, music, news and more, and up-to-date maps plus Garmin Traffic help you on your journey.
$299.99 $50 off
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This easy-to-use navigator has a bright 6.95-inch, edge-to-edge touch display and includes a mount to stick it on your dashboard. You'll get up-to-date maps, real-time traffic, and more. It has built-in Wi-Fi so you don't have to plug it into a computer to get map updates. You can change the settings to avoid highway and tolls and the traffic updates help you steer clear of jams and backups.
The best part about the DriveSmart 65 is its Alexa integration. You can ask Alexa to play music from Amazon Music, Pandora, Sirius XM, iHeartRadio, and more. You can also use Alexa to create to-do lists, check your calendar, news, weather and traffic, and control smart home devices just like you would via one of Amazon's own Echo devices. It's pretty clever and sets it apart from your bog-standard GPS system.
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