Tom Tom Start 52 £84.99 @ Amazon
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Tom Tom Start 52 £84.99 @ Amazon

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Found 8th Feb
Looks like the cheapest its ever been. £120+ at a lot of retailers
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Be aware buying older TomTom units,I had an email from TomTom a week or so ago saying then won’t be supporting older models after Feb for Map updates,speed camera updates or firmware updates basically stopping all support which maybe why they are being sold cheap.
Edited by: "Pvfc1234567890" 8th Feb
According to the Tom Tom website its devices manufacturer pre-2013. This is a current line model
People still buy these ???
I love Tomtom products but this basic unit is simply not priced well against its more capable brothers
This is a superb piece of kit.Could not manage without them.Hot.Smartphone apps not half as good.
So they wont update pre 2013 models, so this has a five year shelf life, then goodbye further support, ok so just remember with Tom Tom lifetime support = five year's, bit of a Ratners moment
Never again - I was promised 'lifetime maps' with TOMTOM - I am still here and so are they - maybe they were referring to my grandad?
Believe it's due to memory in the old devices now not large enough for the new maps, as these are obviously constantly growing.
Sorry, but TomToms are outdated for me, their only use would be for driving abroad where you may have to pay extra for data on your mobile, but with your standard data being free in EU, and how cheap you can just get an unlocked phone + a local data sim, it makes these pretty much worthless.

Tom Tom were forced into giving map updates for free due to mobile apps updating for free, so now they say their not updating Tom Tom's older than 5 years, it's as bad as Apple slowing down their older phones to try force customers into buying a newer model.
Geemac3 h, 4 m ago



It's standard. Every sat-nav deal brings out the people who have some sort of superiority complex cos they use their PHONE instead. It's quite pathetic really. Most people just scroll past deals they're not interested in, instead of clicking through solely to take the mick out of those who do find the deal useful.

Having said that, I'd not touch a TomTom now after their recent declaration that the definition of "lifetime maps" is however long they choose a lifetime to be, and that lifetime ends whenever they choose. And the space reason they give is bull, my 'old' device has 2gb free space. Plus, if it were just down to that, they'd let people purchase the most recent available map for their devices, instead of blocking all access so the only option is to purchase a new device.
JDPower13 h, 12 m ago

It's standard. Every sat-nav deal brings out the people who have some sort …It's standard. Every sat-nav deal brings out the people who have some sort of superiority complex cos they use their PHONE instead. It's quite pathetic really. Most people just scroll past deals they're not interested in, instead of clicking through solely to take the mick out of those who do find the deal useful.Having said that, I'd not touch a TomTom now after their recent declaration that the definition of "lifetime maps" is however long they choose a lifetime to be, and that lifetime ends whenever they choose. And the space reason they give is bull, my 'old' device has 2gb free space. Plus, if it were just down to that, they'd let people purchase the most recent available map for their devices, instead of blocking all access so the only option is to purchase a new device.



Yes it’s not good, I have a TomTom GO 910 works well and which I can still connect to MyDrive app whereas my wife’s newer TomTom can’t. TomToms lifetime maps were only introduced to compete with Garmin who were offering lifetime maps. TomTom were losing market share, I would not buy another TomTom,
Never buy a TomTom product, they will not stand by their updates and fix issues they cause, my sat nav was bricked because of these crooks. Grow some TomTom and stand by your mistakes and customers, you are accountable.
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