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    Talking Deluo Usb Reciever

    ok, so i finnally got up the courage to click the checkout button on deluo's website. if this thing breaks im going to kill someone. has anyone had any problems with their usb gps breaking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trdcpu
    ok, so i finnally got up the courage to click the checkout button on deluo's website. if this thing breaks im going to kill someone. has anyone had any problems with their usb gps breaking?
    I have had abolutly no problems with the Serial version
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    I have both an old USB and a new universal (Serial and USB). They both work very well. The old one is mounted permanently on the roof of our family car. I live in Seattle, so it gets plenty of rain up there.

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    awesome, didnt even know it was waterproof. helps me to justify my purchase that much more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewTechFool
    I have both an old USB and a new universal (Serial and USB). They both work very well. The old one is mounted permanently on the roof of our family car. I live in Seattle, so it gets plenty of rain up there.
    You are a savage!!

    mount it on your roof

    I can bet you don't have a problem getting satilite locks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NewTechFool
    I have both an old USB and a new universal (Serial and USB). They both work very well. The old one is mounted permanently on the roof of our family car. I live in Seattle, so it gets plenty of rain up there.
    How long has it been on the roof?

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    I've had for about a year now, but it has only had about 4 months work.

    Works really well.
    4x4 in a turbo stylee.

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    BTW, mine isn't on the roof, it is on the dash.
    4x4 in a turbo stylee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skraggy_uk
    BTW, mine isn't on the roof, it is on the dash.
    I just started to use mine and it works well for most of times.
    But it has problem locking in rainy day.

    I thought about mounting on the roof, but I'm not sure how well it gonna hold up.

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    my deluo usb gps receiver works great! it works great either on the dashboard or on the roof (excellent magnet). i can drive 70-80mphs without having the gps receiver fall off on the highway. i assume its waterproof. the unit looks well crafted and i assume it wont leak. you can always seal the cracks with silicon sealant.

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