It is worth the money after you buy a power brick for it.
4 March 2012
Summary: This GPS has some good physical features that put it above the rest. Battery life is very good. The only negative I would say is you need to buy a power brick for it. It comes with a car charger.
Summary: Got a Nokia 6303 at a bargain price, together with free maps. Wanted to use the street map on foot in Europe so picked up the wireless GPS from Amazon at an equally great price. Clearly, not as convenient as a phone with it all built-in. But my use is occasional so the price and functionality suit me well. No problems finding satellites and connecting to my phone (in southern France).
Summary: Apart from the slight inconvenience of having to carry this as well as your mobile it is superb, and as its only small even that isn't too bad. Anyone with a mobile that has the capability for GPS but not fitted into the phone will find this perfect. Well it was with my Nokia 6303.
Summary: I have had good experience with this, its been both quick to get fixes and accurate I only had one worrying point when it couldn't get me a fix and I thought the GPS part had packed up after a short time, but it seems to have just been a problem with a specific car All in all very good unit with useful fixings and good looking too
Summary: A very worthwhile purchase with excellent battery life. Gives very good reception of the satellite signals compared with Nokia or HTC internal GPS receivers. Also great for wireless audits via my laptop (& PDA) which I have to carry out for my employers.
Summary: I bought the Nokia LD-4W after buying a Nokia E63. This wireless GPS antenna is awesomely good. It is small, handy and you can carry it with you everywhere especially with the different accessories which are supplied in the box. One more extra brilliant thing about this antenna is that it can be charged with your same Nokia phone charger (small jack). A car charger is also included in the box which saves you from buying one for your phone.
Summary: This is a great little gadget. It works at least with the three Nokia phones I've tried it on (one at a time, of course). It easily finds a GPS fix and communicates over a reasonable distance via bluetooth. It charges with standard Nokia chargers (car and household) and the belt loop works well. I haven't tried the window sucker.
Summary: I don't share the negative reviews on here, I have had no problems with mine. I have a Nokia 6303 which has Nokia maps built in. The LD-4W linked up perfectly with my mobile and after charging it up I left it switched on until it found the satellites. It took a few minutes but then so does my TomTom if it has not been used for a few days.