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TomTom ONE GB - £154.84 delivered @ Currys !!

Use code FRESH05 to get this price + 3% Quidco too. Cheapest price around for TomTom One GB.

Manufacturer's Description : TomTom ONE regional -Your first step in car navigation? TomTom ONE combines ease of use, portability, touchscreen technology and an elegant, unmistakable new design. Drivers can enjoy the benefits of a TomTom ONE immediately, thanks to TomTom's award-winning plug and drive navigation software pre-installed on a memory card. This means there is no need to download complicated software, just plug in and start using. TomTom ONE comes with the latest regional maps of your Country/Region. With TomTom ONE, everyONE can find their way from A to B!
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Technical Details :-

Highly sensitive SiRFstarIII" GPS chipset
32MB RAM
CPU 266 MHz
3.5 inch full TFT colour LCD touchscreen (320 x 240 pixels, 64.000 colours)
Internal Litium-Ion battery (2 hours operation)
96 x 82 x 25 mm, 174 grams
Operating temperature: -10 °C to +55 °C
Bluetooth 2.0

Amazon review :-

http://ec1.images-amazon.com/images/G/02/x-locale/common/customer-reviews/stars-5-0.gifTom Tom One UK, 7 Feb 2007

This is the first in-car satnav I have owned (have been using for about 2 months now) and I am generally very impressed with the Tom Tom One (UK). Setting it up first was very easy and quick and took about 5 minutes from opening the box to being able to navigate a route. The display is very clear and bright with easy to understand instructions, with good and clear voice instructions of directions to take (lots of languages and voices to select from too). If you miss a turn or decide to take a different route it will automatically re-calculate a new one in a few seconds. Using the easy to follow 50 page manual and inbuilt help screens it's a doddle to enter and store all your addresses, new points-of-interests etc. and to plan journeys (with lots of options for "shortest", "fastest" "non-motorway" etc.). It comes complete with many "Points of Interest" built in and there are lots of other ones you can down load for free or very little money, if you look on the web. It does not come with speed camera locations built in but I easily found and downloaded these from a third party website for about £2. You have the option to pay for the Tom Tom "Plus service" for live traffic updates, speed cameras etc. via your Bluetooth mobile phone if you wish to.

The computer software that comes with it is used for making backups to a computer (essential as all the map data/software needed comes on its SD card, not on a separate CD), and for updating (if you want to add additional "voices", maps - which you have to pay for- etc.) and runs without problems on my windows XP computer. Running on my Macintosh iBook (OS 10.4.8 ) though Tom Tom Home software does occasionally crash when connecting to the One (even after updating the TomTom Home software to the latest Mac version).

The suction window cradle looks a bit flimsy but when pushed firmly onto the window it stays there without problems and does the job. It's a pity it does not hold the One a bit further away from the windscreen in my car as you can at night see a reflection of the top of the One LCD screen. There is no separate mains charger in the box but the supplied car lead and computer USB connection lead both charge the unit fairly quickly whilst the One is in use or turned off. I have had no problems with it running on its own internal battery for approx. 2hour+ journeys (with bluetooth off and screen brightness set to 60%). The One is quite light and slim and easily fits into my shirt/jacket pocket when leaving the car.

The few navigation errors I have encountered so far (directions into a no-entry road, directions to do an illegal right/left turn and directions to go down a foot path!!! are all to do with errors in the Tele Atlas map data used and not the Tom Tom One itself (all sat nav devices seem to use the same map data from Tele Atlas or Navtec). You can report these errors online to Tom Tom or Tele Atlas and hopefully they will correct these errors when updating their maps. There is no way of telling the Tom Tom One of any changes in road access/errors etc. although you can tell it to avoid parts of routes you know to be a problem (but this does not help if you are traveling to an unknown area).

In the beginning I did a few journeys along routes I knew so that I can get to know how the One gives its instruction for turning, upcoming road positioning etc. Used with a bit of common sense I have found the One to be a very useful and easy to use navigational aid. I highly recommend the Tom Tom One if you are looking for a low cost/quality entry into the world of in-car satnav.
#2
Good deal this but I managed to 'bag' one of the £156.00 ones from Amazon with the free £70 worth of European map software.
#3
Hizz
Good deal this but I managed to 'bag' one of the £156.00 ones from Amazon with the free £70 worth of European map software.


me too, and they sent me the UK and Ireland version instead of the GB one
Major Score !!!!
#4
ive owned 2 sat navs before this Acer n35 and Medion MD PNA 100

This is by far superior to them...

Very good purchase
#5
I used one of these today.
I was very impressed. The satellite detection is very good. You don't have to have it in the window. I had it in the centre console just in front of the gearstick and it still worked fine ( and the car has an athermic windscreen too).
#6
Thanks for the feedback guys :)
#7
me too, and they sent me the UK and Ireland version instead of the GB one


Doh... The UK and Ireland is the GB version...:giggle:
#8
Thats a crap deal -- i just got the tomtom one gb for £156 with the free europe maps worth £60

Theyve put the price up but still

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/feature.html/ref=pe_pe_8481_5098271_pe_41/?docId=1000043593&tag2=hotukdeals-21
#9
I got my TomTom One yesterday and one thing that i'm surprised about is that it doesn't seem to auto change between day and night mode. Navmans and even the cheap Garmin Streetpilot i3 do.

I've discovered this site that offers a 3rd party plug-in which will enable it to do it.
#10
dandoc2
Thats a crap deal -- i just got the tomtom one gb for £156 with the free europe maps worth £60

Theyve put the price up but still

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/feature.html/ref=pe_pe_8481_5098271_pe_41/?docId=1000043593&tag2=hotukdeals-21


How can you add the maps when Amazon dont sell them ?
#11
deanos
How can you add the maps when Amazon dont sell them ?


I've emailed them about it, they were supposed to honour the deal till 28/2 but now their website as you say isnt selling the Euro maps :x :x :x
#12
4paws
I've emailed them about it, they were supposed to honour the deal till 28/2 but now their website as you say isnt selling the Euro maps :x :x :x

If you look at the t&c it says that it will expire on the 28/2 or if Amazon choose to withdraw the offer

There's nothing you can do about it
#13
crazylegs
Doh... The UK and Ireland is the GB version...:giggle:


Double Doh - Since when was Ireland or Northern Ireland part of GB !!!

Homer would be proud of you

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