Tom Tom 135 UK with case £71.96 @ Costco instore
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Tom Tom 135 UK with case £71.96 @ Costco instore

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Found 1st Jun 2014
Tom Tom 135 UK, 5" screen, lane guidance, calling function etc

Seen at Cocso Manchester for the price as stated inc Vat.

Applicable to Cosco members only

I have the picture of the item but struggling to upload, sorry

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Is it the free map update version?

Original Poster

Tom Tom online says it is, not had a chance to check the contents to confirm

Original Poster

Tom Tom online says it is, not had a chance to check the contents to confirm

I saw this in store the other day, no mention of map updates on the packaging it would be a very good deal if it has- hot anyway

Original Poster

Tom Tom online says it is, not had a chance to check the contents to confirm

Original Poster

Tom Tom online says it is, not had a chance to check the contents to confirm

does it say online? and have you had a chance to check?

Will be calling in at Costco today, so will check too

Says free lifetime maps here --> tomtom.com/en_…al/

Not getting this on your link. Even typing search on Costco brings up nothing!:(

I wish it was the EU model

otse

Not getting this on your link. Even typing search on Costco brings up … Not getting this on your link. Even typing search on Costco brings up nothing!:(



I think the OP meant it was in-store, rather than online

Much better than the previous generation TomTom, although I still like the Go 720 era.

Good value for that model but I personally would not buy one without lifetime maps and FULL EU if you can find it, as there is also a Western Europe edition that doesn't have the full 45 countries. Saves a fortune when flying somewhere and renting a car, £10 a day nav rental or bring your own...no brainer.

Do people still buy these?

Can't see how TomTom can continue on, Google maps is 100 times better on a smart phone, and has all live traffic and is bang up to date for free.

Plenty of "offline" maps apps in the appstore aswell, I used NavFree over in the states and it was spot on.

A day I will always remember was the day when I upgraded my TomTom. With a sledgehammer. This is how much I hated that overpriced piece of junk. Not voted either way, but imho there are better options/devices and definitely more reliable.

I've had Tomtoms in the past and now the old one is getting well out of date I use google maps on the phone. It's great once you get a route planned but sometimes if I'm out in the wilds with a crappy signal I have to wait a while for it to plan one.

Considering this unless there's something I'm missing.

Banned

pglfc

Do people still buy these?Can't see how TomTom can continue on, Google … Do people still buy these?Can't see how TomTom can continue on, Google maps is 100 times better on a smart phone, and has all live traffic and is bang up to date for free.Plenty of "offline" maps apps in the appstore aswell, I used NavFree over in the states and it was spot on.



Agreed though the screens on smartphones can't compare size wise to satnavs can they. Though that may change given the increases in smartphone screen sizes.

None in Aberdeen, but still stock in Glasgow, didn't ask if it had life maps

Got the wife to pop into Glasgow for one while she was done there, spent ages looking for it, no one knew anything, eventually found it, but seems to be off the shop floor and you have to ask for it.
Anyone confirmed if it's life maps?

Just got the 135 and put in the serial number for the life maps and can confirm that it's good and I now have a claim number, just to wait 28 days for activation, so happy days...

Erm yes! If your going all over the place, Google maps is no good. You need an internet connection, which your not going to get if your in the middle of the countryside. (downloading maps only works for small areas). Google maps also has some annoying quirks (blue direction line on a blue motorway, roundabout symbol always the same regardless of the number of exits or your actual exit). Tomtom is reliable and robust (dropped mine plenty of times.

pglfc

Do people still buy these?Can't see how TomTom can continue on, Google … Do people still buy these?Can't see how TomTom can continue on, Google maps is 100 times better on a smart phone, and has all live traffic and is bang up to date for free.Plenty of "offline" maps apps in the appstore aswell, I used NavFree over in the states and it was spot on.

Confirmed £71.96 in Croydon - heat

I've made a bit of a mess doubting that the now reduced price £59.96 here:
hotukdeals.com/dea…833

But it's true - reduction at till

NOW £59.96

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