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TomTom One GB XL (newest model with 4.3" screen) is just £180.49 delivered @ Tecno

Supersize TomTom with 4.3" Touch screen. Use code TECNO5 to get this price. Lowest price and possibly the only deal for less than £199 delivered.

Features: Large 4.3" high quality touchscreen | Easy-to-use navigation: with user-friendly menu and TomTom's award winning software | Portable, light and easy to handle | Find your location quicker than ever before with TomTom's free QuickGPSfix software | Fast route calculation and re-routing if roadblocks occur | Large choice of routes - including quickest, shortest, and avoiding toll roads and congestion charge areas
Convenient postcode navigation: quick, accurate destination | selection from full UK and NL postcodes | Easy access to traffic information: via optional accessory TomTom RDS-TMC Traffic Receiver or a subscription to TomTom Traffic | Crystal clear 3D or 2D graphics for perfect viewing day and night | Clear spoken instructions in in your own language (36 languages to choose from and 55 different voices available) | Ready for TomTom PLUS services | Includes TomTom HOME software - the essential tool to keep your TomTom up to date | Millions of Points of Interest pre-installed such as hotels, restaurants, petrol stations, museums etc.
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#1
was looking at this earlier , thought it a good price
#2
seems like a decent price! Whats the difference between this one and the TomTom one v2?
#3
It is showing as £189.99 for me.
The "One Europe V2" is £182 which is the one I chose as it is small enough to fit in the pocket of my jeans. The XL versions are larger and I would be more likely to hide it in the glovebox and risk it getting stolen.
A bigger screen sounds nice but the European maps are more use to me.
#4
Showing at £189.99 here, still a pretty good price
#5
Is the screen size the only difference between the two? If so I rather stick with the tomtom one regional which is cheapest at Amazon (£151.80).
#6
The only difference is the widescreen between the 2 m8
#7
And support for the TMC receiver.
#8
I like the Xl and the price drop is tempting, the new version 520 comes out next week priced much higher but I like the features. I am still thinking about the Garmin 610 as well I don't like paying very year for traffic like the idea of a 1 off payment or it being free.

Can anyone advise me if you use the tomtom unit for traffic I presume you get charges from your mobile network as well as you go online for updates, if i use the Garmin unit does it work the same way?
#9
publicnme
Showing at £189.99 here, still a pretty good price


Use code TECNO5 to get for £180.49 :)
#10
im in the market for a satnav. £180 is probably just out of my range (until i know my paypacket at the end of this month anyway).

The same price can get the snooper which is primarily a speed camera device with built in satnav as apposed to the other way round. That said i am knew to it all and am happy to wait until im confident i know what i want/need.
#11
baggies666
Can anyone advise me if you use the tomtom unit for traffic I presume you get charges from your mobile network as well as you go online for updates, if i use the Garmin unit does it work the same way?


I have a TomTom Traffic subscription. It was about £25 for the year.

On top of that I pay for GPRS data on my mobile phone.
I use about 1.5MB of GPRS traffic data per month, and the cost will vary with your service provider.
I am very happy with the traffic service.

Garmin do not have a subscription traffic service.
The only option with Garmin is the TMC receiver which works with certain models. It has no subscription but relies on receiving traffic information from a radio signal sent to the TMC receiver.
Many users have complained of these TMC receivers not working properly due to poor signal or no signal at all, which is why I opted for the TomTom and subscription to traffic data via GPRS.

The TomTom TMC receivers also suffer from the same problems as Garmin.
#12
Hi, I bought one of these from Halfords about a month ago for £149, the deal might still be on.
#13
I was worried about the phone charges plus the yearly fee but if one is more reliable than the other then its worth taking that into account, the Garmin 610t does use the TMC, thanks for taking the time to give me a few pointers, how much use is the 1.5mb?, I am with t-mobile shall check the rates later.


talkshop
I have a TomTom Traffic subscription. It was about £25 for the year.

On top of that I pay for GPRS data on my mobile phone.
I use about 1.5MB of GPRS traffic data per month, and the cost will vary with your service provider.
I am very happy with the traffic service.

Garmin do not have a subscription traffic service.
The only option with Garmin is the TMC receiver which works with certain models. It has no subscription but relies on receiving traffic information from a radio signal sent to the TMC receiver.
Many users have complained of these TMC receivers not working properly due to poor signal or no signal at all, which is why I opted for the TomTom and subscription to traffic data via GPRS.

The TomTom TMC receivers also suffer from the same problems as Garmin.
#14
tynesider
Hi, I bought one of these from Halfords about a month ago for £149, the deal might still be on.



It would not have been the XL though I doubt. :roll:
#15
tynesider
Hi, I bought one of these from Halfords about a month ago for £149, the deal might still be on.


Thats not XL ... TomTom One GB which is still there :)
#16
I know nothing about these gadgets but my daughter has a terrible sense of direction so I think I need to buy one for when she's driving alone. Can anyone please offer any guidance? I only need GB maps & the very basic "how to get from a to b" stuff, but traffic avoidance seems a good idea don't know how this works though, can anyone explain??
I'm thinking of the Tom Tom XL GB, any comments? Looked at the tecno deal mentioned in a post 21/7 but it's now 204-5% for entering the code mentioned so I guess I've missed that, although I think The Link have it for £187 at the mo. Thanks for any help.....:giggle:
#17
Perdyhorses
I know nothing about these gadgets but my daughter has a terrible sense of direction so I think I need to buy one for when she's driving alone. Can anyone please offer any guidance? I only need GB maps & the very basic "how to get from a to b" stuff, but traffic avoidance seems a good idea don't know how this works though, can anyone explain??
I'm thinking of the Tom Tom XL GB, any comments? Looked at the tecno deal mentioned in a post 21/7 but it's now 204-5% for entering the code mentioned so I guess I've missed that, although I think The Link have it for £187 at the mo. Thanks for any help.....:giggle:


Welcome to HUKD Perdyhorses :)

Would advise Navman F20 which is pretty good with UK & Ire maps.
#18
I would go for a TomTom One Great Britain version.

£151.80 at Amazon

TomTom are by far the easiest to use and have good re-routing options if stuck in a jam.
#19
talkshop
I would go for a TomTom One Great Britain version.

£151.80 at Amazon

TomTom are by far the easiest to use and have good re-routing options if stuck in a jam.


I totally agree Purdyhorses. TomTom is the market leader for good reason.

I've just bought my daughter one too!
#20
Thanks for the replies peeps, could you please just explain how the "reroute in a jam" option works? Do you have to manually re-enter your location & ask it to replan avoiding the motorway (for eg), or does it know what's ahead & advise you to take a detour?

Thanks,:?
#21
Perdyhorses
Thanks for the replies peeps, could you please just explain how the "reroute in a jam" option works? Do you have to manually re-enter your location & ask it to replan avoiding the motorway (for eg), or does it know what's ahead & advise you to take a detour?

Thanks,:?


Its really very simple. You subscribe to the Traffic Info (free initially) and it will tell you where is congested then suggest alternative routes. Very user friendly (no techie skills needed!)
#22
fairytooth
Its really very simple. You subscribe to the Traffic Info (free initially) and it will tell you where is congested then suggest alternative routes. Very user friendly (no techie skills needed!)


You don't need the traffic info to re-route as you can do it manually.
The traffic info is about £25/year plus GPRS data charges via mobile phone.

So you are stuck in a traffic jam......to avoid manually...

Just select find alternative route>Avoid Jam> Avoid next 100 yards up to 1 mile I think, and it will plan a new route, and tell you to either turn around when possible or take next turning off the route...then just follow the directions given.

You can also just tell it to avoid certain roads, such as the motorway if it's jammed up for miles.
#23
Hi again & thanks for the reply talkshop, sounds like your suggestion is favourite since daughter doesn't do a great deal of long distance driving so free solution best.

Does your solution work for all sat navs or were you talking specifically about the Tom Tom? Anyone know anything about Garmin or Navman? Are they worthy alternatives?

Thanks again:thumbsup:

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