Great TomTom SatNavs on Sale 20% off. £239.99 for 5" and £271.99 for 6". Lifetime maps traffic, WiFi updates etc.
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Great TomTom SatNavs on Sale 20% off. £239.99 for 5" and £271.99 for 6". Lifetime maps traffic, WiFi updates etc.

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Found 22nd Aug 2017
Yes, phones can do most of the SatNav functions, but for those of us that DO prefer a dedicated unit, this is undeniably a good deal.

Got my old 2011 model pinched out of the car on holidays in France this year, so going to stick with TomTom and treat myself to the 6" model.
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Considering Tomtom do dedicated apps now I think £200+ for a dedicated unit is a bit steep. You could get a used phone and a data sim and have the same features PLUS live traffic updates and all for less.
But each to their own
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TomTom don't waste you money its the worst satnav I have ever bought take you the long way then brings you back home an even longer way, you will by far regret buying this, the one I have got has nearly cost me to crash my car more than once, it takes a long time to decide which direction. I didnt take Scotts corner one time and decided to go up to newcastle instead even when I was nearing newcastle it was still trying to take me back to scotts corner there is a delay between the operning of a junction and it telling you to take a junction, it tells you to via left when you are continueing on the same road it never say right or left. Trust me dont waste you money the TOMTOM i have will soner or later cause to me to have an accident.
Phones are not Satnav's as the do not use satellites but land Based cell transmitters so can lose the signal easily especially in rural areas so can not be relied up when travelling
200 for satnav - total rip off! Especially latest TomTom Go units are too slow, has many bugs and CS is helpless if you have any problems.
philrrobinson2 m ago

Phones are not Satnav's as the do not use satellites but land Based cell …Phones are not Satnav's as the do not use satellites but land Based cell transmitters so can lose the signal easily especially in rural areas so can not be relied up when travelling


You are TOTALLY WRONG!
A dedicated unit that is twice the cost of a mobile phone and only does one job? And then, doesn't do it any better than the plethora of mobile map / direction apps.
And if you find you don't like how this one works, too bad. You can't just delete it and try another - you're stuck with it.

An old, obsolete, way of getting driving assistance. They might have been able to get away with this three, or five, years ago. But now? There is no point.
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Crikey well that'll learn me then!

HUKDers certainly think SatNavs are obsolete.

I can't disagree: I do like satnavs but surely they should be £50 already not £200? Might vote me own deal cold....
Edited by: "adriandocherty" 24th Aug 2017
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Update: got the TomTom 6100 from Halfords for £150 after codes and quidco etc. I know, I know...
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.
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