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TomTom GO 50 5 Inch Traffic Sat Nav Europe Lifetime Maps + Nextbase 112 Dash Cam £138.99 Free C&C @ Argos

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£138.99 @ Argos
TomTom GO 50 5 Inch Traffic Sat Nav Europe Lifetime Maps + Nextbase 112 Dash Cam £138.99 (individually purchased £168.99) Free C&C @ Argos Read More
TomTom GO 50 5 Inch Traffic Sat Nav Europe Lifetime Maps + Nextbase 112 Dash Cam £138.99 (individually purchased £168.99) Free C&C @ Argos
itsvimal Avatar1d, 3h agoFound 1 day, 3 hours ago2 Comments
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Deakcracker
Save money and travel time use waze.
Waze is like a Playmobil kiddies satnav. Even the website calls users Wazers. Give me a break ;-(
Save money and travel time use waze.
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Thanks for posting. Voted hot :D
great price
started using mobile 5 years ago as satnav...... never looked back and my TomTom is still gathering dust.... had done a 6 hour non stop journey and had no issues using mobile...
gotten a cheap £70 mobile from China and it works without needing mobile signal.... result...

don't see a need for these at £200
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TomTom Go 5200 Sat Nav £239.00 @ TomTom (discount applies at checkout)

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£239.00 @ TomTom
Good deal directly from TomTom if you after new Sat Nav, cheaper than Amazon or Halfords. If link doesn't work use discount code: "summer_17_pnd" at checkout. Read More
Good deal directly from TomTom if you after new Sat Nav, cheaper than Amazon or Halfords. If link doesn't work use discount code: "summer_17_pnd" at checkout.
misoteplan Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago12 Comments
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"showstopper" - I cant contact you via PM, check your settings mate.
...and I have travelled 2300kms to Baltic States just a month ago and with TomTom on phone and it was fine, as navigation was perfect too.
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Rimi
I have same TomTom Go on my Android for free ;)
Just done test buy and still shows £299, so again-fake deal!http://i63.tinypic.com/30jqyc6.png
you only get 50 miles free on android. Then it's £15 a year. Also, feel the back of your phone after a king journey.
I have a tomtom and use the app. If you travel a lot, a standalone device is best.

I have unlimited mileage until 2100:D

http://i68.tinypic.com/5e8fty.png
Rimi
I have same TomTom Go on my Android for free ;)

Just done test buy and still shows £299, so again-fake deal!

http://i63.tinypic.com/30jqyc6.png


you only get 50 miles free on android. Then it's £15 a year. Also, feel the back of your phone after a king journey.

I have a tomtom and use the app. If you travel a lot, a standalone device is best.
misoteplan
Yes, try to have your mobile attached to windscreen in hot weather on long journeys and it will melt/fail (sooner or later) - where proper sat nav for people who drive a lot is a lot better option.

Not true buddy. I have Garmin 3598 LMT-D for 3 years now and it is great, but hate these wires all over the place and to take it off and put on again on. Left once on windscreen, so some douche smashed window and tried to steal...
Where the phone keeps nice and cool on phone holder , which goes directly into CD slot.
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Infiniti Q30 1.5d SE Business 5dr DCT Automatic [Sat Nav] 24 month lease £4,735.00

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£4735.00 @ Motor Depot
The Q30 SE Business Automatic comes with a choice of colours (Obsidian Black, Moonlight White*, Graphite Shadow*, Ink Blue*, Malbec Black* or Blade Silver*) - the spec-filled Infiniti Business Pack (I… Read More
The Q30 SE Business Automatic comes with a choice of colours (Obsidian Black, Moonlight White*, Graphite Shadow*, Ink Blue*, Malbec Black* or Blade Silver*) - the spec-filled Infiniti Business Pack (I…
square88 Avatar3w, 6d agoFound 3 weeks, 6 days ago59 Comments
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Had a phone call this afternoon, car is being delivered next week. They have just had a lot of confirmations from the manufacturer, so are arranging for a lot to go out.

On another note, did these come with carmats?
told 4 weeks to complete_ 25 days in and still not even paperwork
Placed the order and was told it could take 4-6 weeks for delivery.The vigil begins.....
alvleeds111
Csirkefogo
Anybody who got this, what did they tell you for how many weeks until delivered?
3 weeks gone and still nothing not even paperwork

You received your paperwork yet?, I'm 4 weeks into the process, though received the paperwork 2 weeks ago. Still no delivery date, and they still havn't received the car from Infiniti.
Csirkefogo
Anybody who got this, what did they tell you for how many weeks until delivered?


3 weeks gone and still nothing not even paperwork
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Infiniti Q30 1.5d SE Business 5dr DCT Automatic [Sat Nav] 24 month lease, 8k miles £4,735.00 @ Motor depot

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£4735.00 @ Motor Depot
Looks like a very good deal for an auto which is rare. 8000 miles a year, 24 months £250 deposit, £195 a month. I calculate that to be £4735 excluding any fees they may charge As with any ca… Read More
Looks like a very good deal for an auto which is rare. 8000 miles a year, 24 months £250 deposit, £195 a month. I calculate that to be £4735 excluding any fees they may charge As with any ca…
united4eva Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago14 Comments
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This is a good price. Shame its not available at this price on PCP. It's dramatically higher direct from Infiniti!
Cactus C4 Deal ending next week so I've just hopped on to this deal. 3 years and 10,000. Very happy. Thanks OP
bhaisab
Hope I don't get called stupid.... Lazy yes
Does it come with reverse/parking sensors?

Driver Convenience
Bluetooth telephone connectivity Cruise control + speed limiter Door/boot open warning light Drive mode selector Eco mode Exterior temperature gauge Front assistant collision mitigation Hill hold assist InTouch system Lane departure warning system Low fuel level warning light Oil level gauge Push button starter Rear parking sensor Rev counter Service interval indicator Speed sensitive power steering Touchscreen colour Satellite Navigation Trip computer Voice control system
Hope I don't get called stupid.... Lazy yes

Does it come with reverse/parking sensors?
A13
Is the car yours to keep at the end of the 24 month period, like a mobile phone contract?

For clarity, this is a leasing contract. When you lease, you don't own squat.
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GARMIN DRIVE 50 LMT SAT NAV WITH LIFETIME MAPS AND TRAFFIC ALERTS £67.49 AT TESCO

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Spotted this in my local Tesco earlier (Dundee South Road.) There were a few of them on the shelf and it's been reduced from £129 down to £67.49. Had a quick look online and the cheapest I've seen t… Read More
Spotted this in my local Tesco earlier (Dundee South Road.) There were a few of them on the shelf and it's been reduced from £129 down to £67.49. Had a quick look online and the cheapest I've seen t…
thommo7879 Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago18 Comments
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Dont suppose there are any of these left anywhere :/
waze is good too ...
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Youngsyr
Why would anyone buy a SatNav unit nowadays? Just use Googlemaps for free on your phone (get a hands free kit!), works abroad as well as in the UK and is up to date without having to worry about downloading maps.
The days of a standalone SatNav unit are dead, IMO. X)
Proper offline maps. Google is fine in the UK, but unless you want to pay big money its no good for abroad and GPS accuracy can be a bit flakey on a lot of phones. As other people have said too it works the phone hard so they get red hot so not sure how that will effect the device long term. Dedicated devices are a bit less fiddly to use too.
That said there are some good offline map programs for android like NavMii, HERE, TomTom Mobile etc, but if I was driving a lot then you may as well have a dedicated unit.


Rubbish, I just got back from the States and Googlemaps worked there perfectly and with minimal data use.

Phone gets red hot?!! Pull the other one - it's got bells on it. I'd suggest that unless you're using a Galaxy note, if your the phone is getting red hot at any time, you have a problem with your phone.
the satnav in the posh company car i used the other day rerouted me past a massive traffic incident, is that what this would do?
Google Maps with a true offline mode would be great with the option to sync realtime info whenever you get WiFi access
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Garmin DriveSmart 50LMT-D 5" Sat Nav with UK and Ireland Maps £119.99 @ Tesco Northcott

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Spotted at Tesco Northcott several Garmin sat navs on yellow label reduced to clear this one included Garmin DriveSmart 50LMT-D 5" Sat Nav with UK and Ireland Maps £119.99 yellow label code is 1 081… Read More
Spotted at Tesco Northcott several Garmin sat navs on yellow label reduced to clear this one included Garmin DriveSmart 50LMT-D 5" Sat Nav with UK and Ireland Maps £119.99 yellow label code is 1 081…
bc111 Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks agoAdd Comment
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Tescos in store Garmin DriveSmart 50 Europe LM Sat Nav for £59.15

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£59.15 @ Tesco Direct
Tescos are clearing old discontinued sat navs in store. This seems the best value. Drive Assist is the more advanced of the Garmin sat nav. Still showing at £119 in Halfords. And £167 on amazon. Read More
Tescos are clearing old discontinued sat navs in store. This seems the best value. Drive Assist is the more advanced of the Garmin sat nav. Still showing at £119 in Halfords. And £167 on amazon.
symbolism Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago7 Comments
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Chester Road Tesco (Trafford) have these at £119.99 so unless the op found one with a yellow sticker, it's still full price, i checked today, the travel edition ones in the green boxes are reduced, the 4.3 inch priced with a shelf label at £74.19 i think but the 5 inch one was reduced to £67.49 according to a staff member using their app

I bought the Aldi Garmin Nuvi 58 LMT that was £89.99 down to £69.99 but it's a gift for someone so I'm not faffing over a couple of quid if this is a better one
blackrat62
Personally, as the owner of both I find them similar in quality with only a slight preference in the way TomTom is laid out. But for how they present on screen and 'speak' the modern ones are similar in quality.
I agree. Garmin used to be in the middle of the sat nav market. Now they are very similar to TomTom and a bit cheaper.
use maps.me for free with world offline maps on your phone. Garmin and TomTom are history now.
Scanned at £119 in Colchester Tesco last night. Are you sure this wasn't a reduced sticker item OP?
I have tried this with the old Traffic receiver and can confirm it works. As for BIGEYE's comment , I understand his sentiment as I feel the same about Tom Tom. All I can say is I've had Garmins for 7 years. No major problems. Speed alerts are a godsend.
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Infiniti Q30 1.5d SE 5dr [Business Pack with Sat Nav] 2 Year Lease 8k Miles: £4,786.00 motordepot

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Another pretty good lease price. Option for either Malbec Black or Moonlight White. Been watching the price for this vehicle for some time now as there has been plenty of deals recently! Seems a… Read More
Another pretty good lease price. Option for either Malbec Black or Moonlight White. Been watching the price for this vehicle for some time now as there has been plenty of deals recently! Seems a…
Adao Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago70 Comments
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demansquith
Thanks for the info,very useful indeed....i will be taking the q30 in a few weeks and it good to hear your advise. i will take out the gap insurance and also make sure my insurance know the car is a lease. the knocks scratches and dents have played on my mind a little as its my first time, but i liked the car and even after the reviews from wanna be jezzas and real jezzas ,i think the car is ok and the lease deal was a fair one. i feel a little better after reading your guidance, so thanks again for writing this, it is appreciated by the serious leasers who are taking the plunge. hope you have a good Easter!
Hibbers1
Love Fishmasters comments, about time someone just told it the way it is. My example of my own personal lease deal is as follows and shows exactly how it should be looked @ & set up;-
1) You need to arrange Motor Insurance it is not included.
2) You will need 'personal lease' GAP Insurance (be careful here as there are several styles of GAP cover) unless you can get a muppet from an Insurance Co. to PUT IN WRITING that the Policy would provide a new vehicle if written off or stolen and is less than 12 months old, even then you need to factor in GAP cover after this 12 month period so may as well do it in the first place. I am insured with DL and their wording is specific i.e. YOU must be the first registered keeper. With personal leasing the owner & keeper are noted as the leasing firm (who are probably the makers in most cases) and not YOU, you will not get any ownership documents - Also If you do not make the ownership and registered keeper clear to your Insurer you could give them wriggle room in the event of a claim and why would you want that kind of grief?.
3) Breakdown Cover - This is normally included but check - It is a handy saving if included and does what you need it to do - Note they rarely if ever include overseas cover i.e. holiday trips to Europe .
4) Vehicle Tax - Is included for the duration of the lease period, this is also a handy saving in view of the new charges effective 01/04/2017.
5) Mileage - Choose carefully, go over the chosen/specified number and an excess charge per mile will apply however to be obtuse sometimes this can work in your favour! - Some deals limit the amount of extras miles you can do - check the T&C's carefully.
6) Maintenance is rarely included on a personal lease quotation but is normally available as an optional extra - Do the maths based on your mileage/servicing costs/tyre requirements etc. If you opt not to take Maintenance Cover factor in the cost of each Annual Service as these are always more than you think for a new car as you have to use a main dealer & not the garage next door! - My previous Citroen cost the best part of £200 for its annual service. Also note that with a new vehicle you are likely to get several recalls throughout the year for software upgrades/crap build bit replacements - They are free but can be a pain timewise if you get several throughout the year! - I personally choose not to take maintenance as the costs are always factored in on the high side by the lease firms for obvious reasons and take the view that if I owned the vehicle I would have to have it serviced anyway and the warranty rules for a new vehicle state you must use an approved dealer.
7) At the end of the lease period the vehicle is returned, you do not own it. Some will ask if you wish to buy. Don’t, would be my advice, as the offer is always higher than you can go buy a similar vehicle of a similar age & mileage elsewhere. Upon return there will be a whole host of things to go through i.e. scratches, dents, scraped alloys etc. You will be charged to rectify these – GET A LIST OF THE RETURN RULES before you ever Lease so you know where you stand and can factor in cleaning/repairing etc. prior to the return of the vehicle. Do buy door handle protectors they are cheap to purchase and save key scratches – we all do it no matter how careful we think we will be!
After all of the above why lease? It’s a matter of personal reasons end of! – I do it because I like the increased safety, fuel efficiency, don’t want the depreciation but like most (I say that carefully!) like a new car every so often and don't want to bomb £20K.
My current deal would have cost me £5K+ more in depreciation over an 18 month period if I had bought new @ that’s just on a crappy Citroen C4 Cactus – yep £5K+ more. RRP £18K to buy new, now available 2nd hand to buy @ £8.5K, to lease has cost me £3100 plus servicing & GAP.
New deal arriving shortly is Hyundai Ioniq (base model) over 18 months.
Deposit £1015.20 then 17 payments @ £112.80 – Total £2932.80 which Includes road Tax worth £195 - got lucky as they have honoured their quote re this element - effectively brings lease cost down to £2738!. Includes UK Breakdown Cover (? value). GAP Cover Inc. Deposit Cover is approx. £135 for 2 years (can extend to include scratches, alloys etc. but gets expensive!). – Seems pretty good to me for a brand new car worth £20/21K.
Good luck with it all hope the lease experience works out for you, this deal is a good one imho for the vehicles spec etc. Compliments of Bertzz99 couple of additional bits to add to the picture which may be handy;-
On going to Europe you should be getting the formal document from the owner to do so (VE103) - now if you don't you may well get past with no issue however if customs pick up you are not the owner and query it you could have the car impounded whilst clarity sought. The form is usually only a formality on a yearly basis but then requires an admin fee.

A link to bvrla fair wear tear guide that give details on what the industry standard is:http://issuu.com/bfwsn67/docs/bvrla_fair_wear_and_tear_standard_-_1bb2e1448fea57?e=2001091/14761001'
Thanks for the info,very useful indeed....i will be taking the q30 in a few weeks and it good to hear your advise. i will take out the gap insurance and also make sure my insurance know the car is a lease. the knocks scratches and dents have played on my mind a little as its my first time, but i liked the car and even after the reviews from wanna be jezzas and real jezzas ,i think the car is ok and the lease deal was a fair one. i feel a little better after reading your guidance, so thanks again for writing this, it is appreciated by the serious leasers who are taking the plunge. hope you have a good Easter!
Hibbers1
Love Fishmasters comments, about time someone just told it the way it is. My example of my own personal lease deal is as follows and shows exactly how it should be looked @ & set up;-
1) You need to arrange Motor Insurance it is not included.
2) You will need 'personal lease' GAP Insurance (be careful here as there are several styles of GAP cover) unless you can get a muppet from an Insurance Co. to PUT IN WRITING that the Policy would provide a new vehicle if written off or stolen and is less than 12 months old, even then you need to factor in GAP cover after this 12 month period so may as well do it in the first place. I am insured with DL and their wording is specific i.e. YOU must be the first registered keeper. With personal leasing the owner & keeper are noted as the leasing firm (who are probably the makers in most cases) and not YOU, you will not get any ownership documents - Also If you do not make the ownership and registered keeper clear to your Insurer you could give them wriggle room in the event of a claim and why would you want that kind of grief?.
3) Breakdown Cover - This is normally included but check - It is a handy saving if included and does what you need it to do - Note they rarely if ever include overseas cover i.e. holiday trips to Europe .
4) Vehicle Tax - Is included for the duration of the lease period, this is also a handy saving in view of the new charges effective 01/04/2017.
5) Mileage - Choose carefully, go over the chosen/specified number and an excess charge per mile will apply however to be obtuse sometimes this can work in your favour! - Some deals limit the amount of extras miles you can do - check the T&C's carefully.
6) Maintenance is rarely included on a personal lease quotation but is normally available as an optional extra - Do the maths based on your mileage/servicing costs/tyre requirements etc. If you opt not to take Maintenance Cover factor in the cost of each Annual Service as these are always more than you think for a new car as you have to use a main dealer & not the garage next door! - My previous Citroen cost the best part of £200 for its annual service. Also note that with a new vehicle you are likely to get several recalls throughout the year for software upgrades/crap build bit replacements - They are free but can be a pain timewise if you get several throughout the year! - I personally choose not to take maintenance as the costs are always factored in on the high side by the lease firms for obvious reasons and take the view that if I owned the vehicle I would have to have it serviced anyway and the warranty rules for a new vehicle state you must use an approved dealer.
7) At the end of the lease period the vehicle is returned, you do not own it. Some will ask if you wish to buy. Don’t, would be my advice, as the offer is always higher than you can go buy a similar vehicle of a similar age & mileage elsewhere. Upon return there will be a whole host of things to go through i.e. scratches, dents, scraped alloys etc. You will be charged to rectify these – GET A LIST OF THE RETURN RULES before you ever Lease so you know where you stand and can factor in cleaning/repairing etc. prior to the return of the vehicle. Do buy door handle protectors they are cheap to purchase and save key scratches – we all do it no matter how careful we think we will be!
After all of the above why lease? It’s a matter of personal reasons end of! – I do it because I like the increased safety, fuel efficiency, don’t want the depreciation but like most (I say that carefully!) like a new car every so often and don't want to bomb £20K.
My current deal would have cost me £5K+ more in depreciation over an 18 month period if I had bought new @ that’s just on a crappy Citroen C4 Cactus – yep £5K+ more. RRP £18K to buy new, now available 2nd hand to buy @ £8.5K, to lease has cost me £3100 plus servicing & GAP.
New deal arriving shortly is Hyundai Ioniq (base model) over 18 months.
Deposit £1015.20 then 17 payments @ £112.80 – Total £2932.80 which Includes road Tax worth £195 - got lucky as they have honoured their quote re this element - effectively brings lease cost down to £2738!. Includes UK Breakdown Cover (? value). GAP Cover Inc. Deposit Cover is approx. £135 for 2 years (can extend to include scratches, alloys etc. but gets expensive!). – Seems pretty good to me for a brand new car worth £20/21K.
Hello, we're sorry to say we have sold out of our current stock of Infiniti Q30 lease deals. We are working on securing some more though so please keep an eye out.
Thank you for all your comments and helping to make this deal hot!
also fwiw I'd take this car if i didn't already have one. i tend not to take car reviews from journos as gospel. the review and the reality are often quite far apart. I'm sure this is a perfectly good car with above average quality.
dr_mj_99
Need some advice guys:

So I've just been offered the above car on a PCP for 3 years.
Is it better to get a PCP or lease? As I will want a new car every 2/3 years.
Is there anything negative with PCP?
Thanks


IMO go with whichever is cheaper? with PCP there is the optional final payment at end to own the car, which is the guaranteed value. you could end up work positive equity if the actual value of the car is higher afaik... someone more knowledgeable on the subject here will no doubt set me straight :)
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Display model Garmin Sat Navs Price Drop £45.00 @ Halfords

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Halfords have slashed the price of their display model Garmin Sat Navs. Click and Collect only. Staff instore were not aware as they had reduced the items a couple of days ago, but they are now slashe… Read More
Halfords have slashed the price of their display model Garmin Sat Navs. Click and Collect only. Staff instore were not aware as they had reduced the items a couple of days ago, but they are now slashe…
Betty.Swollocks Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago100 Comments
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dani80
I had a near miss the other day so checked footage and it's quite blurry and can't read plates or signs etc. Went back to halfords and they reset the unit and said it's probably because it's a rubbish camera. Anyone else with the driveassist have the same problem? it is supposed to be 1080 so expected to be able to read number plates etc


same here.... complete garbage.
I had a near miss the other day so checked footage and it's quite blurry and can't read plates or signs etc. Went back to halfords and they reset the unit and said it's probably because it's a rubbish camera. Anyone else with the driveassist have the same problem? it is supposed to be 1080 so expected to be able to read number plates etc
BigD83
Maybe different, I think the one I reserved was drive Smart. The first one didn't come with anything but the nav (no cables/mounts) so didn't buy. Collecting another from my next closest tomorrow, rang to confirm it is boxed and complete. Wasn't interested if it wasn't complete but boxed its well worth the £64.

The DriveLuxe was £129 so if you can do without some of the extra features, then £64 is a steal for the DriveSmart
Maybe different, I think the one I reserved was drive Smart. The first one didn't come with anything but the nav (no cables/mounts) so didn't buy. Collecting another from my next closest tomorrow, rang to confirm it is boxed and complete. Wasn't interested if it wasn't complete but boxed its well worth the £64.
BigD83
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donslibi
Thanks OP, picked up a DriveLuxe 50. Excellent value.
Did you get the box? I picked one of these up from Halfords and didn't realise until i got home, as i ordered a couple of other things with it, that the box and instructions were missing.
Yes i got a brand new boxed and accessories in their original packaging. The car charger has built-in traffic. The way to test it is by turning on the Garmin and on the menu, if traffic is not greyed out, it means it's active. If you remove the charger, the traffic button will no longer be 'clickable' if that makes sense.
What model did you go for? I'm collecting the drive smart 50lm_d and was under the impression you have to connect your phone via Bluetooth for the traffic to work?
50LMT_D

That's the one i got, the DriveLuxe 50LMTD. Bluetooth isn't required for traffic, just the charger which has a built-in DAB receiver. Bluetooth can be used for making calls and some additional features like weather updates on the Garmin.
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TomTom 5100 5 Inch Traffic Sat Nav World Maps,Lifetime Traffic update, Charger, Case £169.99 @ Argos

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TomTom GO 5100 comes with carry case and dual charger, 5" interactive screen, Lifetime TomTom Traffic updates, World Maps & Speed Camera Updates to get you to your destination faster. Includes MyDrive… Read More
TomTom GO 5100 comes with carry case and dual charger, 5" interactive screen, Lifetime TomTom Traffic updates, World Maps & Speed Camera Updates to get you to your destination faster. Includes MyDrive…
zgaguska Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago10 Comments
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Now £179.99. On the TomTom website this model isn't available any more, what sort of "lifetime" support would this indicate?
£229.99 now :(
I bought a £73 Chinese tablet with 3g, gps, 32gb etc, stuck a 200mb a month free sim from three in it and can now use copilot, waze, google maps; whatever takes my fancy. Also doubles as a front for my bluetooth stereo as it's far easier to navigate my music.
pnaylor39
The_Guru
Sat Navs are taking a big hit now cos of mobile phones and Google maps.
never replace entirely as phones need Internet and as I found when taking short break to Wales Internet reception is patchy luckily I had taken my tom tom with me. tend to use my phone short city journeys where reception better and tom tom longer journeys . Also unless got phone with large screen or 20/20 vision phone bases navigation not great experience and major drain on your battery

If you prepare in advance you can actually download areas to the phone on Google maps..

Having said that I prefer a separate satnav too. But as cars get Google and apple integration you'll need to be more prepared with Google...

Patrick
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Sat Navs are taking a big hit now cos of mobile phones and Google maps.


never replace entirely as phones need Internet and as I found when taking short break to Wales Internet reception is patchy luckily I had taken my tom tom with me. tend to use my phone short city journeys where reception better and tom tom longer journeys . Also unless got phone with large screen or 20/20 vision phone bases navigation not great experience and major drain on your battery
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Garmin Sat nav @ Sainsbury's Moor Allerton Leeds - £35.00 instore

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Garmin Drive 40 Sat nav for £35 @ Sainsbury's Moor Allerton Leeds. Cheapest on Amazon £69, eBay £69 and else where £90. Review are decent too. Only 3 on shelfs. Read More
Garmin Drive 40 Sat nav for £35 @ Sainsbury's Moor Allerton Leeds. Cheapest on Amazon £69, eBay £69 and else where £90. Review are decent too. Only 3 on shelfs.
yahoo007 Avatar3m, 4w agoFound 3 months, 4 weeks ago2 Comments
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If Garmin still make them like they used to this is a bargain. I have a Garmin Nuvi which is over 10 years old now, admittedly some roads now have roundabouts, the odd new road doesn't show but I've never once updated it. I still use it to this day without any problem.
Very cheap
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Garmin Edge 1000 Touchscreen GPS Bike Computer with Premium Heart Rate Monitor, Speed and Cadence Sensors - Black £347.48 @ Amazon

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This is a limited deal for those who only cycle but I think it is quite a good deal nonetheless. Amazon currently has a discount with this at £347.48 but when I put it through flubit it comes dow… Read More
This is a limited deal for those who only cycle but I think it is quite a good deal nonetheless. Amazon currently has a discount with this at £347.48 but when I put it through flubit it comes dow…
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I'll have half a dozen
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Garmin Nuvi 58 LMT Sat Nav £ 89.99 @ ALDI Amazon Price £141.63

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Much more expensive elsewhere. Do yourself a favour and take the stress out of driving with a handy sat nav system. It’s loaded with all of the nation’s many routes and roads, and comes with free l… Read More
Much more expensive elsewhere. Do yourself a favour and take the stress out of driving with a handy sat nav system. It’s loaded with all of the nation’s many routes and roads, and comes with free l…
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yes to windows, not sure about DAB or FM!

The price of this is yo-yoing in my local store... sure I saw it for £79.99 recently
Looking to get one of these. Any owners confirm it updates fine on Windows 10?

Also how does it receive traffic updates via DAB or FM?

Thanks
I would have thought the travel edition is the one you want, especially if it's cheaper! It has travel alerts
jessemily
Bournemouth, all surrounding stores had them at £69.99 for some time


Just been to a small aldi which didnt have it. Went to a bigger one,there was two there one £69.99. The other £89.99. Found out £69.99 is travel edition while £89.99 is just normal. So far i cant really tell the difference
Bournemouth, all surrounding stores had them at £69.99 for some time
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BMW M140i 3dr [Sat Nav] - £24,906.88 - Save 23.5% @ Drive the deal

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Probably get shot down but this seems like an incredible deal for a top of the range model with a list price of £32205. Sat Nav included - add adaptive damping (suspension) for £510). BRAND NEW CAR… Read More
Probably get shot down but this seems like an incredible deal for a top of the range model with a list price of £32205. Sat Nav included - add adaptive damping (suspension) for £510). BRAND NEW CAR…
oldskoolflash Avatar4m, 6d agoFound 4 months, 6 days ago106 Comments
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I just bought one 6 weeks ago a m140i. They gave 6000 pounds off the asking price. I had a choice of stock car or to order and build my own spec. I decided go with a stock car as Did not want to wait. And I still got choice my number plate..... and I must add it's a great car to drive
Northerndave
Does it come with indicators and incorrect lane detection? Most BMW's don't seem to !
It's a sad fact that many people do not realize how short sighted most new BMW and Audi drivers are. This terrible affliction means many drive a foot off your back bumper and can't see traffic ahead. If you pull over, they blindly carry on. Sad fact is they aren't posers, but need bigger wheels and tyres to help avoid accidents created by their condition. I find they like white cars, the traditional colour of superiority.

I've owned an old BMW (please don't be jealous) so I'm allowed to joke like this, possibly.
Bikerdanny
oldskoolflash
groenleader
It is a good deal, but I bet:
1) Its only one that never sold, cancelled order etc. its been registered and the plates change soon!
2) It did not ever exist, which being Drive the Deal would be standard practise! You get put through the dealer who cant match that offer b/c X Y Z but can offer you this price....
I did quick run with this and could not get it at that price, can you post a screen shot with date and time out of interest?
BOOM! Congratulations on being the first to shoot down!
BTW you are wrong on all your points, and see screenshot of the deal below (thank you
jrw).
Thanks for your contribution....
Oldschoolfish or anyone who knows of that matter - can this price be had though BMW finance or would i have to get car finance elsewhere and pay the dealer the whole £24,909 ? if I can use BMW finance what is the min deposit and monthly price and for how many miles PA ? don't want to give away my personal details to numberous dealers without knowing this basic info. Thanks very much !

check out
Coast2CoastCars.co.uk. for the 5 door (~£500) and with adaptive suspension (£515) then we have £26,200 delivered on the road with the new £800 rate rate for manual (from £350)
Bikerdanny
oldskoolflash
groenleader
It is a good deal, but I bet:
1) Its only one that never sold, cancelled order etc. its been registered and the plates change soon!
2) It did not ever exist, which being Drive the Deal would be standard practise! You get put through the dealer who cant match that offer b/c X Y Z but can offer you this price....
I did quick run with this and could not get it at that price, can you post a screen shot with date and time out of interest?
BOOM! Congratulations on being the first to shoot down!
BTW you are wrong on all your points, and see screenshot of the deal below (thank you
jrw).
Thanks for your contribution....
Oldschoolfish or anyone who knows of that matter - can this price be had though BMW finance or would i have to get car finance elsewhere and pay the dealer the whole £24,909 ? if I can use BMW finance what is the min deposit and monthly price and for how many miles PA ? don't want to give away my personal details to numberous dealers without knowing this basic info. Thanks very much !
Most of the deals on DTD are based on getting finance via the manufacturer. There is normally an increase if you finance yourself or pay cash (which is what i want to do). You will see this is the case for most makes if you price up a new car through them. Special offers (cars available quickly) may differ but i doubt it. As regards the PA miles I don't know.
oldskoolflash
groenleader
It is a good deal, but I bet:
1) Its only one that never sold, cancelled order etc. its been registered and the plates change soon!
2) It did not ever exist, which being Drive the Deal would be standard practise! You get put through the dealer who cant match that offer b/c X Y Z but can offer you this price....
I did quick run with this and could not get it at that price, can you post a screen shot with date and time out of interest?
BOOM! Congratulations on being the first to shoot down!
BTW you are wrong on all your points, and see screenshot of the deal below (thank you
jrw).
Thanks for your contribution....

Oldschoolfish or anyone who knows of that matter - can this price be had though BMW finance or would i have to get car finance elsewhere and pay the dealer the whole £24,909 ? if I can use BMW finance what is the min deposit and monthly price and for how many miles PA ? don't want to give away my personal details to numberous dealers without knowing this basic info. Thanks very much !
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TomTom GO 5100 5 inch Sat Nav with World Maps (Sim Card and Unlimited Data Included- Amazon lightning Deal) £189.99

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5 inch widescreen resistive touchscreen Integrated mounting with flip screen Featuring enhanced lane guidance and route planning Equipped with fixed speed camera alerts and spoken street names Fre… Read More
5 inch widescreen resistive touchscreen Integrated mounting with flip screen Featuring enhanced lane guidance and route planning Equipped with fixed speed camera alerts and spoken street names Fre…
englands28 Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago5 Comments
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Never buy a tomtom product. I followed their instructions to the letter on a recommended update and it killed my satnav - they refused to repair so I will do what i promised them I would do and warn people at every opportunity.
You are quite right. Sorry for the confusion. I just checked my model number it is Go 5000.

Sorry about it.

Voted HOT!
pablomalin
sybadm
cold. I got this from halford a year back at £175. It keeps coming on halford on same price.
Be aware that live traffic signals are not life time free. You need to pay £20/year for live traffic camera updates. If you do not want to pay it then go for little expensive Go 6100 version.
Hope this helps.
I don't think you understand, above model is the same as 6100 apart from screen size, cameras free for life. I got 5100 https://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/NTc2WDEwMjQ=/z/XbwAAOSwZetXPAor/$_86.JPG
sybadm
cold. I got this from halford a year back at £175. It keeps coming on halford on same price.
Be aware that live traffic signals are not life time free. You need to pay £20/year for live traffic camera updates. If you do not want to pay it then go for little expensive Go 6100 version.
Hope this helps.
I don't think you understand, above model is the same as 6100 apart from screen size, cameras free for life. I got 5100

https://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/NTc2WDEwMjQ=/z/XbwAAOSwZetXPAor/$_86.JPG
cold. I got this from halford a year back at £175. It keeps coming on halford on same price.

Be aware that live traffic signals are not life time free. You need to pay £20/year for live traffic camera updates. If you do not want to pay it then go for little expensive Go 6100 version.

Hope this helps.
Is the screen definitely resistive?

Edited By: DominikB on Feb 03, 2017 19:45: wrong word used
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TomTom GO 6100 6 inch Sat Nav with World Maps (Sim Card and Unlimited Data Included) - Black £199.99 Amazon

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Features 6 inch widescreen resistive touchscreen Integrated mounting with flip screen Featuring enhanced lane guidance and route planning Equipped with fixed speed camera alerts and spoken street Read More
Features 6 inch widescreen resistive touchscreen Integrated mounting with flip screen Featuring enhanced lane guidance and route planning Equipped with fixed speed camera alerts and spoken street
Rathore Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago25 Comments
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This is still available. so much for DOTD
pete_l
Bleugh
pete_l
Why would anybody bother with this when they already have a smartphone and can just download Google Maps and get (pretty dam' good - better than my £30 SatNav app) directions spoken from that?
Hope that works for you when there is no mobile network coverage.
If you actually travel a bit outside of major cities, you'll understand.
What ARE you talking about?
GM got me all the way through France and Spain in the summer, No drops, up-to-date info. Clear verbal instructions. Easy menus, good UI.
I started using it after the expensive SatNav app I had bought turned out to be utterly useless (even though it was one of the top 5 recommended ones). And apart from driving through tunnels. there is practically nowhere that doesn't have good coverage: 3G at the very least. This isn't 1999 any more!

Slowly becoming true that, having been stuck living in south eastern Australia for 10 years and rather liking driving around less populated areas, I needed an offline GPS. Also hiking / walking around the uk needed an offline, very easy to loose. Yourself in more remote areas.admittedly that's walking and beyond the scope of a tomtom, however , it is a 'be aware' that 3G coverage is not ubiquitous
Bleugh
pete_l
Why would anybody bother with this when they already have a smartphone and can just download Google Maps and get (pretty dam' good - better than my £30 SatNav app) directions spoken from that?
Hope that works for you when there is no mobile network coverage.
If you actually travel a bit outside of major cities, you'll understand.
What ARE you talking about?
GM got me all the way through France and Spain in the summer, No drops, up-to-date info. Clear verbal instructions. Easy menus, good UI.

I started using it after the expensive SatNav app I had bought turned out to be utterly useless (even though it was one of the top 5 recommended ones). And apart from driving through tunnels. there is practically nowhere that doesn't have good coverage: 3G at the very least. This isn't 1999 any more!

Edited By: pete_l on Feb 03, 2017 08:06
Google maps lol? Don't be silly.
I'd rather not use my mobile as a sat nav.
used to think it was a good idea, not so much now.
prefer a separate unit again.
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Garmin 50 LM satnav at Sainburys for £40.00

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Garmin 50LM satnav with lifetime maps £40 at sainsburys, was £60. Is selling in excess of £100 at other retailers, has good reviews. Bought mine today 1/2/2017, haven't had chance to use it yet Read More
Garmin 50LM satnav with lifetime maps £40 at sainsburys, was £60. Is selling in excess of £100 at other retailers, has good reviews. Bought mine today 1/2/2017, haven't had chance to use it yet
carolgreene Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago4 Comments
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This deal would have been scorching in the past before smartphone satnav apps with offline support came along.
One in Swansea by the Tablets (samsung) bottom shelf :)
Thank you.
Been posted before!
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Garmin Drive Smart 50 Satnav down from £113.05 to £56.53 instore Tesco Church Langley Harlow

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The Garmin DriveSmart 50LMT-D 5" Sat Nav with UK & Ireland Maps is an advanced Garmin Sat Nav with a 5-inch pinch to-zoom display that combines the latest in driver awareness features with FREE lifeti… Read More
The Garmin DriveSmart 50LMT-D 5" Sat Nav with UK & Ireland Maps is an advanced Garmin Sat Nav with a 5-inch pinch to-zoom display that combines the latest in driver awareness features with FREE lifeti…
Jumpingphil Avatar4m, 4w agoFound 4 months, 4 weeks ago6 Comments
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angcar
i got this at Xmas. really happy with it.
At this price?
No, unfortunately, it was £150. You win some and lose some...
angcar
i got this at Xmas. really happy with it.


At this price?
colinh1
Thanks for the heads up. Popped in after work and was still available. Cheers


In Harlow? or are you from a different area?
i got this at Xmas. really happy with it.
Thanks for the heads up. Popped in after work and was still available. Cheers
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Garmin Drive 50 Satnav down from £75.05 to £37.53 Tesco Church Langley Harlow

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The Garmin Drive 50LM 5” Sat Nav with UK, Ireland & Western Europe Maps comes with the latest Garmin driver alerts, to increase situational awareness and encourage safer driving. It features driver al… Read More
The Garmin Drive 50LM 5” Sat Nav with UK, Ireland & Western Europe Maps comes with the latest Garmin driver alerts, to increase situational awareness and encourage safer driving. It features driver al…
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solidamber
whats the advantage of this over a satnav smartphone app such as waze?


in my experience they get far better gps signal and the maps are easier to read, but if you get good signal (gps) on your phone just stick with it. it's also nice to have a dedicated sat nav unit, not draining your mobile battery and not having to plug it in and mount it on your dash every time you get in and out. that's it really.
just missed the last one which was picked up earlier this evening just as i found the location. There were two other satnavs reduced but were both over £100.
solidamber
whats the advantage of this over a satnav smartphone app such as waze?
signal
Glutaman
Jumpingphil
My phone, for example, costs £5.50 a month and this satnav is a one off payment.
Like in the 80s :P

oOoOoO

What do you mean?

Edited By: Jumpingphil on Jan 31, 2017 13:16
Jemster
So in comparison to a phone-based satnav, what's the advantage of one of these units? I always look at them and am a little tempted by the slightly larger screen, but can't justify a purchase as Sygic works well for me with worldwide maps.

Exactly, they look so 90s. Get a 5.5'' inch phone, which will be replaced every about 2 years anyway so you'll have a new/faster GPS every 2 years as well :D;)
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Garmin Drive 50LM SatNav - £40.00 at Sainsburys (SE12)

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Looks like a decent entry-level 5in Sat Nav with UK and Ireland maps, and lifetime map updates. Currently £99 on Amazon UK and at Argos, but £40 in store in Sainsbury's SE12 (Lee Green). Summary spec… Read More
Looks like a decent entry-level 5in Sat Nav with UK and Ireland maps, and lifetime map updates. Currently £99 on Amazon UK and at Argos, but £40 in store in Sainsbury's SE12 (Lee Green). Summary spec…
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Shelf price for the 50LM was £50 at Gloucester Barnwood store, but scanned at £40.00. The 40LM was £40 too.
I bought the last 50LM but they had two of the smaller ones left.
Wow, well done that is an absolute bargain. I wonder if any left.
bluewareman
I think you will find its the 40LM and not the 50.

Nope, 50: http://imgur.com/BmksIFl
I think you will find its the 40LM and not the 50.
anothergeek
dogsballs
can euro maps be added to this
It has an microSD card slot, and the manual says you can install cards with pre-loaded maps.
cheers
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TomTom 620 Sat Nav £200.91 @ Amazon

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TOMTOM GO 620 Meet the TomTom GO 620 - the smarter, faster, better connected sat nav. Wi-Fi® connectivity lets you update without a computer. Voice controlled hands-free calling and smartphone mess… Read More
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Never buy a tomtom product. I followed their instructions to the letter on a recommended update and it killed my satnav - they refused to repair so I will do what i promised them I would do and warn people at every opportunity.
If you don't like the idea of having to have a data connection
Use the OsmAnd App. It's free including maps
save yourself £200, use google maps and cached maps on the smartphone you most likely already own? If you don't like the idea of having to have a data connection, buy copilot for £20-£40 depending on what maps you want.
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TomTom Start 60 Sat Nav - Western European Maps including UK and ROI £69.98 @ eBuyer

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I know very little about TomToms, but seems a decent saving if you're on the look out for one. Currently £105.95 at Amazon. Tech specs - Lifetime Maps of Western Europe Advanced Lane Guidance Read More
I know very little about TomToms, but seems a decent saving if you're on the look out for one. Currently £105.95 at Amazon. Tech specs - Lifetime Maps of Western Europe Advanced Lane Guidance
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Ralph888
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soapyd
I've got a tom tom via 135, about 4 years old. Is there much difference between them?
Hi ralph888,
The update speed camera 'last update 2013' is a well know fault with various TomTom,s
Contact TT Customer Services and they should be able to help you, or failing that post a message in the tomtom forums.
This particular model TT60 does suffer from touch screen problems depending on serial and batch.
Hope this helps
Many thanks will contact them
Happy to help :)
Any luck with contacting TT CS or forums ?
Hiya, Forums suggest its updated but the date gets stuck from the original time the Sat Nav was used the first time!
Yes my older TT has same problem. Satnav settings tell me last camera update was 2013. contacted both CS and TT forums. well known software problem that TT can,t be bothered to fix.
Depending what software you use TT myconnect or whatever once you log onto your account you should see from your device if updates are up to date.
hope this helps :)
Thanks

you are most welcome :)
cootcee64
Ralph888
cootcee64
cootcee64
Ralph888
cootcee64
soapyd
I've got a tom tom via 135, about 4 years old. Is there much difference between them?
Hi ralph888,
The update speed camera 'last update 2013' is a well know fault with various TomTom,s
Contact TT Customer Services and they should be able to help you, or failing that post a message in the tomtom forums.
This particular model TT60 does suffer from touch screen problems depending on serial and batch.
Hope this helps
Many thanks will contact them
Happy to help :)
Any luck with contacting TT CS or forums ?
Hiya, Forums suggest its updated but the date gets stuck from the original time the Sat Nav was used the first time!
Yes my older TT has same problem. Satnav settings tell me last camera update was 2013. contacted both CS and TT forums. well known software problem that TT can,t be bothered to fix.
Depending what software you use TT myconnect or whatever once you log onto your account you should see from your device if updates are up to date.
hope this helps :)

Thanks
Ralph888
cootcee64
cootcee64
Ralph888
cootcee64
soapyd
I've got a tom tom via 135, about 4 years old. Is there much difference between them?
Hi ralph888,
The update speed camera 'last update 2013' is a well know fault with various TomTom,s
Contact TT Customer Services and they should be able to help you, or failing that post a message in the tomtom forums.
This particular model TT60 does suffer from touch screen problems depending on serial and batch.
Hope this helps
Many thanks will contact them
Happy to help :)
Any luck with contacting TT CS or forums ?
Hiya, Forums suggest its updated but the date gets stuck from the original time the Sat Nav was used the first time!

Yes my older TT has same problem. Satnav settings tell me last camera update was 2013. contacted both CS and TT forums. well known software problem that TT can,t be bothered to fix.
Depending what software you use TT myconnect or whatever once you log onto your account you should see from your device if updates are up to date.
hope this helps :)
The price changes from £66.98 to £99.99 when added to my cart & I'm not sure why, can you advise?
cootcee64
cootcee64
Ralph888
cootcee64
soapyd
I've got a tom tom via 135, about 4 years old. Is there much difference between them?
Hi ralph888,
The update speed camera 'last update 2013' is a well know fault with various TomTom,s
Contact TT Customer Services and they should be able to help you, or failing that post a message in the tomtom forums.
This particular model TT60 does suffer from touch screen problems depending on serial and batch.
Hope this helps
Many thanks will contact them
Happy to help :)
Any luck with contacting TT CS or forums ?

Hiya, Forums suggest its updated but the date gets stuck from the original time the Sat Nav was used the first time!
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TomTom GO 5100 5 Inch Lifetime Maps & Traffic Worldwide - Black £179.99 @ Argos Ebay

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205.99 now
I have the 5100 and it starts really slow, for similar price I would go for GO520 which should be better although no built in sim card. PS I paid around 150 direct from tomtom after cashback last July.



Edited By: pablomalin on Jan 01, 2017 15:44: :)
Cheapest around but a lot of stores are selling it for under £200. Curry's £189.99
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Garmin Nuvi 58LM 5 inch Satellite Navigation with UK, Ireland and Full Europe Free Lifetime Maps - £79.99 at Amazon

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PRICE DROPPED TO £79.99 Product Description Garmin Nuvi 58LM satellite navigation provides enhanced navigation features for a smooth journey to the destination. It has a bright 5 inch dual-orien… Read More
PRICE DROPPED TO £79.99 Product Description Garmin Nuvi 58LM satellite navigation provides enhanced navigation features for a smooth journey to the destination. It has a bright 5 inch dual-orien…
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I bought one instores just before Xmas.worth popping in too check
SpecialK
updated version 58lmt same price in aldi

Are they available to buy in store now?? Says sold out online.
58lmt same but t denotes it has traffic alerts so better
updated version 58lmt same price in aldi
Same price in Argos but was £79.99 a couple of weeks ago when I bought one.
Good unit but I'd wait for it to come down again..

Edited By: robs1 on Dec 31, 2016 17:52
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Garmin DriveAssist 50 LMT-D 5" Sat Nav with UK & Ireland Maps and Built-in Dash Cam £189.00

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Garmin DriveSmart 50LMT-D Satellite Navigation with Full Europe Lifetime Maps and Traffic, 5 inch (Black) was £199.99 now £119.99 @ Amazon / Currys **Cheapest**

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- Driver awareness features include alerts for dangerous curves, fatigue warnings and more - Receive smartphone notifications such as calls, texts etc, straight onto on your satellite navigation scree… Read More
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the price at Currys for the 50LM is £119.99, the 50LMTD is £129.99
There is a 50LM available however this is working out more expensive at some shops especially at Halfords where the price for this model is price matched to make it cheaper, Garmin do a lower spec sat nav for around £70 - £80, depands what you want (i.e. life time maps etc.)
Anyone used this model? When was this model launched in UK?. Is there a model without bluetooth which i presume will be at a low price?
If only it had worldwide maps I would jump at this
http://i65.tinypic.com/dxd99x.jpg

- Pricespy

Edited By: vassy4u on Dec 27, 2016 12:41
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TomTom GO 50 5 Inch Full Europe Lifetime Maps & Traffic - 556/8286 at Argos + 10% quidco today only (£81 if tracks) £89.99

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TomTom GO 50 5 Inch Full Europe Lifetime Maps & Traffic556/8286 £89.99* (Save £40.00|Was £129.99) The TomTom GO 50 EU Sat Nav with Lifetime TomTom Traffic and maps will help you avoid traffic ja… Read More
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A13
lmao who still buys sat navs lol
People who require a system for finding the best way to a place using information from satellites. I believe it is most often used in cars.

The OP was taking the ****, you and the other 'idiot' are fools if you don't use your phone as a sat Nav and get Tom Tom free on it. You also use your 2 last phones as a rear and front accident recorder if you have any sense. Phones have made everything superfluous. I use mine as a pc, mp3, walking os map navigator.
there is the tomtom go 510 - lifetime world maps with traffic and cameras lifetime also and free case on argos - £129.99
£40 more for lifetime cameras + world maps + free case worth about £20ish.
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A13
lmao who still buys sat navs lol

People who require a system for finding the best way to a place using information from satellites. I believe it is most often used in cars.
A13
lmao who still buys sat navs lol


Lmao2 - because you are an idiot.
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TomTom Via 135 5 Inch Full Europe Lifetime Maps & Bluetooth (339/0470) £79.99 @ Argos

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The TomTom Via 135 EU helps take the stress out of driving. With Speak & Go and Hands-free calling via Bluetooth your hands are always on the wheel. It has a 5" touchscreen and comes with Lifetime… Read More
The TomTom Via 135 EU helps take the stress out of driving. With Speak & Go and Hands-free calling via Bluetooth your hands are always on the wheel. It has a 5" touchscreen and comes with Lifetime…
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Am a huge fan of sat navs the battery life I find is disappointing. How long should a fully charged sat hav last?
MrRee
Lifetime Maps doesn't mean what you think it does ..... Tom Tom state Lifetime is just as long as they support the device, that could be 1 year - 2,3 or 4.

No traffic on this .... unlike all the smartphones on the market.

Has its place, but diminishing use these days


It could also be 5 year, 7 year, 10 year.. Heat added! :)
Lifetime Maps doesn't mean what you think it does ..... Tom Tom state Lifetime is just as long as they support the device, that could be 1 year - 2,3 or 4.

No traffic on this .... unlike all the smartphones on the market.

Has its place, but diminishing use these days

Edited By: MrRee on Dec 24, 2016 18:47
Having to rely on your phone isn't ideal really. Makes more sense to have a dedicated device in the car that can interact with your phone in my opinion. At least at the moment anyway.
djnield
centaurandrew
Surely standalone sat navs as a technology are redundant now?
And then there's those car manufactures that still charge you £££ to update their maps on the integrated systems. Add the fact you can get speed camera alerts easily added to a standalone I think they're still very relevant8)

Just sparking conversation. Other than when I'm on holiday google maps on an iPhone is more than sufficient for my needs. I have a tomtom standalone but rarely find a time when it is needed now.
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tomtom sat navs all 20% off £74.99 @ Halfords

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kagecom
I have the tomtom go and find it always loses charge within minutes and struggles to find locations quick enough if at all. Google Maps on the other hand makes a better satnav than an actual satnav!


sounds to me like you have a faulty device.
MrRee
Tom Tom is dead in the water ... as is Garmin ... the smartphone is king now, free traffic as well (Tom Tom want £50 a year for that!!!)


I have lifetime traffic on my TomTom and it doesn't cost a penny.
migavupe
Just received an email from tomtom saying our 2 devices with updates for life will no longer receive updates.
Eff tomtom. Don't buy.


I got this email but it was for an older satnav I had (TomTom xl) It said map updates would be too big for it unless it had card storage.
I personally like a TomTom instead of a phone. I've got enough things running my battery down and taking up space.
Lifetime updates sounds very attractive unless you look at the small print and see TomTom definition of lifetime means however long we want it to be "Lifetime is the useful life of the device, which means the period of time that TomTom continues to support your device with software updates, services, content or accessories. A device will have reached the end of its life when none of these are available any more."
Just received an email from tomtom saying our 2 devices with updates for life will no longer receive updates.
Eff tomtom. Don't buy.
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Garmin Up to 25% Off all Satnavs and Half Price Accessories @ Halfords

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I Just paid £271 for a truckers Garmin Dezl 770 which at cheapest available for £339 but averages between £350 and £400. Halfords is without a doubt the best place to get your hands on any Garmin prod… Read More
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Don't include garmin for road or mtb bikes then.
It was £300 at amazon new last week. I brought one and sent it back, got a warehouse one for £263.12, sent that back and got the 5 inch instead again from the warehouse with a damaged box only £208.07
Much better than the tomtom 6000, difficult to see the screen sometimes as it is very susceptible to glare. The 5 inch also has a standard usb lead to power it not the really thick double lead on the 770.
Just added a warehouse 7 inch 770lmt like new* in the warehouse works out at


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Got a smokey on yer tail have ya? Give us a toot on ya massive hooter tomato butty boy!
Of course it is! You eat a lot of spam and tomato butties do you?
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Garmin Drive 50 World Travel Edition LMT £79.99 @ Tesco

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Building on the popularity of the Garmin nuvi range, the Garmin Drive sat nav series encourages safer driving and increases driver awareness. The Garmin Drive 50 LMT Travel Edition is an easy-to-us… Read More
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Does it need subscription (paid service) for speed cameras?
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Has nothing on waze
Waze is great when you have a data connection but unfortunately there are quite a lot of places that have poor signal in the UK especially more remote locations.

A dedicated device comes down to preference really.
Has nothing on waze
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Garmin Sat Nav Nuvi 57LM 5 inch Western Europe £63.99 @ Amazon

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Code expired... noooooo
Refurbished but with 12 months guarantee
I've just sent it back. Rubbish. Losing signal, showing wrong places. Could be specific item fault but l'm going back to tomtom
Can't see it for the listed price. link takes to full price??
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Copilot Caravan Europe (App) - 50% off for limited time - £24.99 iTunes AppStore, or GooglePlay (Plus other Copilot Premium Apps also 50% off)

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Sat Nav App aimed at caravan owners. This has been £49.99 for ages. You can input your caravan details and it will avoid suggesting routes unsuitable for your vehicle. Can download maps for use off… Read More
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purchased the UK and Ireland version on a deal last year . would recommend it
This is for all CoPilot Premium products, not just for Caravans (@AMJ - please can you amend the title)

I've used CoPilot ever since it was bundled free with O2's early XDA (Orbit, Orbit 2) windows smart phones, transferred the licence to Android and happily bought the then new "Copilot Live Premium" app when it was released back in 2011. I highly recommend it.

Map updates occur, I guess, two to three times a year within the application and safety camera updates every two to three months.

Note that they are in the process of rolling out a new version (IOS already have it). Not sure when the Android versions will be released but I reckon it's soon. I suspect that this will be chargeable (and worth it). I also suspect that there will be a cheaper upgrade path for existing or nearly new customers.

Be aware that Google Maps, if you have a good data connection where you are driving, appears to have greatly improved with (I think) crowd sourced traffic flow (tracking mobile phones that appear to be in a car to determine speed)

This is the Google Play link for Copilot Premium with the UK / Eire maps included (you can buy extra map packs, also 50% off)
CoPilot UK + Ireland Sat-Nav

Good find, OP


Edited By: tomj777 on Nov 22, 2016 09:42