Tom Tom XL Classic With Traffic & Free Travel Pack £129 @ Comet
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Tom Tom XL Classic With Traffic & Free Travel Pack £129 @ Comet

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Found 26th Jan 2010
Thought this seemed like a good deal especially with the travel pack.

Hope it is of some use to someone

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Was £259.99. Don't forget 5% discount code, if ordering online using reserve and collect, AWJAN5 bringing down to £122.55 plus and extra 3% via topcashback. Picked this up at the weekend, got the latest maps via Tom Tom's 'latest map guarantee' feature. Was recommended this by the guys at PocketGPSworld, so it can't be bad at all. So far been a good buy, especially with the free leather case, home charger and the traffic management adaptor.

great deal, ordered

how much does traffic normally cost?

also enter this code for Discount:

AWJAN5

Your discount -£6.45 (promotion code: AWJAN5)
Subtotal (ex. Delivery) £122.55

tango42 did you choose collect from store by any chance?

EDIT: its actually RDS traffic not tomtom traffic, not saying its bad but just making aware.

not a bad price but these are set to plummet over the next 12-18 months as smartphones take over for free. Google's android phones already feature free satnav and nokia have just announced they are making their's free too. TomTom shares have taken a hammering on both these announcements.

SunTzu;7660905

not a bad price but these are set to plummet over the next 12-18 months … not a bad price but these are set to plummet over the next 12-18 months as smartphones take over for free. Google's android phones already feature free satnav and nokia have just announced they are making their's free too. TomTom shares have taken a hammering on both these announcements.



good point Im thinking around £100 for their premium range, since the basic range is what google and nokia are giving for free right? well with all the search stuff too.

SunTzu;7660905

not a bad price but these are set to plummet over the next 12-18 months … not a bad price but these are set to plummet over the next 12-18 months as smartphones take over for free. Google's android phones already feature free satnav and nokia have just announced they are making their's free too. TomTom shares have taken a hammering on both these announcements.



You may be right but to drive around getting lost for the next 12 months is a lot of wasted time and stress. Also some phones may not be up to keeping a decent signal, not saying that Sat Navs themselves are the best but having tried several in the past I think paying out now for a separate device is worth it, especially for those who don't own, have the intention to own, a capable phone.

Just been to pick one up for my boss. Was the best price i could find as halfords have ended their offer on the same unit.

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