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Thread: Maps, Maps and more Maps

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    Widdler
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    Whilst shopping around for a good deal on Ordnance Survey maps i stumbled across www.dash4it.co.uk they were the cheapest i found and got 30% off the OS maps. Since then i have used them repeatedlyand almost every time i have ordered, the maps have arrived next day - its faultless!! if ny1 is looking for maps ready for the season, try here.

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    ‹bermensch Mr Sworld's Avatar
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    OS website has it 3 for 2 deal going on at the moment with free P&P. Much cheaper.

    They also don't try to spam forums...

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    Whilst dash4it is very good from my personal experience, claiming to have 'stumbled upon' them when your name appears on the website is very poor form. You'll always get found out.

    Coincidence?... possible but most unlikely.

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    I buy mine from Meteodale, an Ebay shop site (really just stumbled on).

    I prefer the laminated active maps; his price is £10.70 (inc p & p). Very reliable and if you only need 1 map very reasonable.

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    Or get the ISBN number of the map and enter it into a site like Bookbrain checking the White Peak Active 1:25000 it shows that the cheapest, including P&P is the Book Depository at £10.03.

    I have used them and I find the maps arrive promptly, and I am not in any way associated with them

    I habe bought some books recently from WH Smith by ordering on line and collecting at my local shop, that way it is P&P free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon Dawes 2 View Post

    I buy mine from Meteodale, an Ebay shop site (really just stumbled on).

    I prefer the laminated active maps; his price is £10.70 (inc p & p). Very reliable and if you only need 1 map very reasonable.
    Another vote for meteodale; I've used them for OS and Harvey maps a few times, and they were certainly the cheapest at the time.

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