TomTom 5100 5 Inch Traffic Sat Nav World Maps,Lifetime Traffic update, Charger, Case £169.99 @ Argos
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TomTom 5100 5 Inch Traffic Sat Nav World Maps,Lifetime Traffic update, Charger, Case £169.99 @ Argos

£169.99
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Found 4th Mar
TomTom GO 5100 comes with carry case and dual charger, 5" interactive screen, Lifetime TomTom Traffic updates, World Maps & Speed Camera Updates to get you to your destination faster. Includes MyDrive to access real-time traffic information, plan your journey and send your route straight to your TomTom GO device.

Includes carry case, dual charger. With sim and data included, receive tomtom traffic updates at no extra cost and without roaming charges. Fully interactive screen to pinch, zoom and swipe. Tomtom mydrive: use your smartphone, tablet or pc to check the traffic situation in real-time, to plan routes and to send destinations straight to your tomtom go sat nav.

5 inch LCD touchscreen.

Pre-loaded world maps.

Pre-loaded maps for UK, Republic of Ireland, full Europe, western Europe, uSA, north USA and canada.

Covers 45 European countries in total.

Speed camera alerts available.

Lifetime traffic.

Lifetime map updates.

Free updates - regularly connect your tomtom device to your computer and download free software updates.

None - lifetime traffic updates via built-in sim card so you're always connected.

Sat Nav features:

Saves past routes based on previous journeys.

Lane guidance.

2D and 3D mapping.

Points of interest - displays locations such as petrol stations and restaurants.

Voice command and control.

Eco route for fuel efficient navigation.

IQ routes to calculate your route based on the actual speeds measured on roads at different times of the day.

10 Comments

Sat Navs are taking a big hit now cos of mobile phones and Google maps.

Good price, cheapest I've ever seen this is £189.99.
Considering live traffic is £50 per year to renew can't go wrong with this. Heat , also 1.1% TCB not loads but every little helps.

I used to love my tomtom TGE untill the subscription for the maps ran out. it did di a few s/w updates since then but now it tells me about the junction I should turn off at just after ive passed it. Worse still it tells me about the traffic safety cameras after i've passed them. Considering the last update was to "speed up the GPS signal accuracy" its obvious they have put in a delay if your subscription has run out. - So I've lost all faith in this company. -not that they have actually updated (corrected the errors) in any of the maps I use. So why should I buy updates I don't need.

whydoiwastemytimehere

I used to love my tomtom TGE untill the subscription for the maps ran … I used to love my tomtom TGE untill the subscription for the maps ran out. it did di a few s/w updates since then but now it tells me about the junction I should turn off at just after ive passed it. Worse still it tells me about the traffic safety cameras after i've passed them. Considering the last update was to "speed up the GPS signal accuracy" its obvious they have put in a delay if your subscription has run out. - So I've lost all faith in this company. -not that they have actually updated (corrected the errors) in any of the maps I use. So why should I buy updates I don't need.



How old is the sat nav , might be the processor , maybe a bad one.
Life time maps, lifetime live traffic = No Brainer

​​​​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.

The_Guru

Sat Navs are taking a big hit now cos of mobile phones and Google maps.



never replace entirely as phones need Internet and as I found when taking short break to Wales Internet reception is patchy luckily I had taken my tom tom with me. tend to use my phone short city journeys where reception better and tom tom longer journeys . Also unless got phone with large screen or 20/20 vision phone bases navigation not great experience and major drain on your battery

pnaylor39

never replace entirely as phones need Internet and as I found when taking … never replace entirely as phones need Internet and as I found when taking short break to Wales Internet reception is patchy luckily I had taken my tom tom with me. tend to use my phone short city journeys where reception better and tom tom longer journeys . Also unless got phone with large screen or 20/20 vision phone bases navigation not great experience and major drain on your battery



If you prepare in advance you can actually download areas to the phone on Google maps..

Having said that I prefer a separate satnav too. But as cars get Google and apple integration you'll need to be more prepared with Google...

Patrick

I bought a £73 Chinese tablet with 3g, gps, 32gb etc, stuck a 200mb a month free sim from three in it and can now use copilot, waze, google maps; whatever takes my fancy. Also doubles as a front for my bluetooth stereo as it's far easier to navigate my music.

£229.99 now

Now £179.99. On the TomTom website this model isn't available any more, what sort of "lifetime" support would this indicate?
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