TOM TOM GO 5100 48 HOUR ONLY FLASH SALE - £155.99
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TOM TOM GO 5100 48 HOUR ONLY FLASH SALE - £155.99

£155.99£217.6928%TomTom Deals
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Found 22nd AprEdited by:"johndavies68"
TOM TOM GO 5100 life time map updates(for the life of your unit) world maps flash sale on tom tom £155.99 amazon £217.69 0.52% on topcashback also
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5200 was on amazon for £179 last month and it’s a far superior unit. WiFi updates a better stand. The 5100 model is a couple of years old now.
Good price reduction, but I honestly believe that Tom Tom (and all other Satnav makers) have been dying a slow death for the last 10 years or more now, so don't know how long they have left, from which point you won't get any further updates.

You could get a half decent smartphone for less than this and use that, not only for use as a Satnav.
TWD10 h, 4 m ago

Good price reduction, but I honestly believe that Tom Tom (and all other …Good price reduction, but I honestly believe that Tom Tom (and all other Satnav makers) have been dying a slow death for the last 10 years or more now, so don't know how long they have left, from which point you won't get any further updates.You could get a half decent smartphone for less than this and use that, not only for use as a Satnav.


Some prefer a standalone device for navigation which they can just safely leave locked in the car. There will always be a market for these, albeit smaller than say 5 years ago.
balsingh4582 h, 25 m ago

Some prefer a standalone device for navigation which they can just safely …Some prefer a standalone device for navigation which they can just safely leave locked in the car. There will always be a market for these, albeit smaller than say 5 years ago.


No seriously, they won't.

I understand why someone would want a separate device for Satnav (save your phone battery) but using your old mobile phone will do the trick.

I'm in my 40s and I don't know anyone my age or younger that has one, they use their mobile.

I bought one for my dad about 10 years ago, and even he doesn't use his anymore.

Ps, Satnavs are no more 'safely' locked in the car as an old mobile phone.
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