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      TomTom 6 inch Car Sat Nav GO 620 - £149.99 @ Amazon

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      Just use Google maps or Waze. If you're planning a journey somewhere abroad, download the map onto your device before you leave.

      Standalone SatNavs are outdated and no longer necessary.
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      I need to buy a satnav for a friend, but I haven't a clue as to what to look for these days!
      Needs to be a 1-off purchase (no subs), have EU maps, live traffic, large bright screen.
      Anything else I should look for? It's difficult to compare the different tomtom models, and that's before adding Garmin too.
      Or are the unbranded Chinese models just as good?
      Edited by: "driver8" 22nd Aug
      Beware some of the tomtom lifetime deals I had one that no longer gets maps updates, the speed cams needed purchasing and (maybe not their fault) the 2G update was just cancelled so lost connectivity
      Just use Google maps or Waze. If you're planning a journey somewhere abroad, download the map onto your device before you leave.

      Standalone SatNavs are outdated and no longer necessary.
      Kai_KnightbXc22/08/2019 22:09

      Just use Google maps or Waze. If you're planning a journey somewhere …Just use Google maps or Waze. If you're planning a journey somewhere abroad, download the map onto your device before you leave. Standalone SatNavs are outdated and no longer necessary.


      Couldn't be more true, at least for private vehicles anyway.
      Yes, but this is for a retired couple who don't use smartphones (only ipad, mainly FaceTime) and who are already familiar with Tomtom.
      It shows the price as 196.98 on amazon? How can i get it for 149.99?
      Edited by: "assadmah" 23rd Aug
      driver822/08/2019 21:30

      I need to buy a satnav for a friend, but I haven't a clue as to what to …I need to buy a satnav for a friend, but I haven't a clue as to what to look for these days!Needs to be a 1-off purchase (no subs), have EU maps, live traffic, large bright screen. Anything else I should look for? It's difficult to compare the different tomtom models, and that's before adding Garmin too.Or are the unbranded Chinese models just as good?



      why not go to a Halfords and try out a few?
      Not sure about this model but I generally find Tomtom better than other makes or phone apps.
      Tom Toms can be frustrating to update. I'm currently in the middle of a map update which I started at 3.30pm yesterday - it's now 6.30am the next day and its downloaded 25%. If you look online you'll find loads of complaints about frustratingly slow downloads.
      If someone has a smart phone why bother with a seperate sat nav unit? Just as Kai_KnightbXc said Google Maps and waze and with the most up to date traffic updates too, theres no reason for them
      darthbacca3723/08/2019 08:11

      If someone has a smart phone why bother with a seperate sat nav unit? Just …If someone has a smart phone why bother with a seperate sat nav unit? Just as Kai_KnightbXc said Google Maps and waze and with the most up to date traffic updates too, theres no reason for them



      I have never used my smartphone as a sat nav as I still have an old Navigon sat nav with free map downloads and cams. Do you have to turn on the data with a smartphone to make it work, I'm on PAYG with my smartphone so that would probably cost me to use it as a sat nav, is this correct? Sat Navs are a one off payment for the unit, free to use with no data charges but I suppose you do have to pay for the official updates or speedcam additions, is that correct?
      With traffic updates, of course you need data as its real time but with google maops you can save locations so it doesnt need data. I save section anyway just incase there is no singal anyway and of course, your not going to get a more update map than google maps. The offline maps can be set to auto update weekly etc. when your on wifi too
      darthbacca3723/08/2019 09:02

      With traffic updates, of course you need data as its real time but with …With traffic updates, of course you need data as its real time but with google maops you can save locations so it doesnt need data. I save section anyway just incase there is no singal anyway and of course, your not going to get a more update map than google maps. The offline maps can be set to auto update weekly etc. when your on wifi too



      Thanks for the info.
      Edited by: "Wowhats" 23rd Aug
      Kai_KnightbXc22/08/2019 22:09

      Just use Google maps or Waze. If you're planning a journey somewhere …Just use Google maps or Waze. If you're planning a journey somewhere abroad, download the map onto your device before you leave. Standalone SatNavs are outdated and no longer necessary.


      Each to their own I guess. I have a stand alone Garmin and it's my first choice for navigation. I use my phone mostly for music, podcasting or calls when driving
      Kai_KnightbXc22/08/2019 22:09

      Just use Google maps or Waze. If you're planning a journey somewhere …Just use Google maps or Waze. If you're planning a journey somewhere abroad, download the map onto your device before you leave. Standalone SatNavs are outdated and no longer necessary.


      google is awful constantly need "re centring" and very basic.
      Waze is ok and I use it but real sat nav is still way better.
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