TomTom GO 620 - £159.99 at Amazon
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TomTom GO 620 - £159.99 at Amazon

£159.99£224.9929%Amazon Deals
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Found 10th May
Big price drop on this today. Comes with lifetime maps and traffic. Retails at £300!
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Much as I love HUKD one thing that I really loathe about it is the people that turn up in every satnav thread and make the same boring and predictable comments. It implies that they assume that everybody on HUKD is in the same situation as they are. However, in the real world, different people in different situations have different needs.

So how about if:

1. You don't like being spied on and prefer not to allow them to track your location?
2. You have a restricted monthly data allowance?
3. You don't need a phone with internet access?
4. Your phone has a small screen?
5. You want a dedicated satnav with a much larger screen, especially useful if you wear glasses?
6. You don't like the associated frustrations that go with using a mobile as a satnav: maybe someone rings you, or you need to use the phone to look something else up, or it runs out of power?

There can be a whole load of reasons why people use them. I'm sure you'll receive lots of likes for your pointless comment, mainly from narrow-minded people like yourself, but there are still plenty of people that prefer to use a dedicated satnav. If people didn't want them then they probably wouldn't still be on sale. They serve a purpose, whether you like it or not.
dwattsy212 h, 19 m ago

Do people really still pay £150 quid for this isntead of using their phone?



Phone is ok for occasional/casual use only or if you enjoy being in a permanent state of meltdown.

If you need one every day, as I used to, the flaws become apparent - calls/alerts popping up full screen at critical moments, phone freezing/crashing, guidance ceasing for no apparent reason.

And then there's the lane guidance:
"Stay in the left lane"
Ok
"Turn right"
Ohhh, sure thing, I'll just plough through several cars at the last moment to turn right from the left lane! How helpful.
The phone nearly went out the window at that point, so £150 seems cheap to me.
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Nice price drop. Got my eye on the 6200
slliw10 h, 47 m ago

Nice price drop. Got my eye on the 6200


Same here but heat for this as it’s the cheapest I’ve seen for a long time.
Do people really still pay £150 quid for this isntead of using their phone?
Much as I love HUKD one thing that I really loathe about it is the people that turn up in every satnav thread and make the same boring and predictable comments. It implies that they assume that everybody on HUKD is in the same situation as they are. However, in the real world, different people in different situations have different needs.

So how about if:

1. You don't like being spied on and prefer not to allow them to track your location?
2. You have a restricted monthly data allowance?
3. You don't need a phone with internet access?
4. Your phone has a small screen?
5. You want a dedicated satnav with a much larger screen, especially useful if you wear glasses?
6. You don't like the associated frustrations that go with using a mobile as a satnav: maybe someone rings you, or you need to use the phone to look something else up, or it runs out of power?

There can be a whole load of reasons why people use them. I'm sure you'll receive lots of likes for your pointless comment, mainly from narrow-minded people like yourself, but there are still plenty of people that prefer to use a dedicated satnav. If people didn't want them then they probably wouldn't still be on sale. They serve a purpose, whether you like it or not.
Brilliant deal.Hot.
dwattsy212 h, 19 m ago

Do people really still pay £150 quid for this isntead of using their phone?



Phone is ok for occasional/casual use only or if you enjoy being in a permanent state of meltdown.

If you need one every day, as I used to, the flaws become apparent - calls/alerts popping up full screen at critical moments, phone freezing/crashing, guidance ceasing for no apparent reason.

And then there's the lane guidance:
"Stay in the left lane"
Ok
"Turn right"
Ohhh, sure thing, I'll just plough through several cars at the last moment to turn right from the left lane! How helpful.
The phone nearly went out the window at that point, so £150 seems cheap to me.
pigeon841 h, 7 m ago

Phone is ok for occasional/casual use only or if you enjoy being in a …Phone is ok for occasional/casual use only or if you enjoy being in a permanent state of meltdown.If you need one every day, as I used to, the flaws become apparent - calls/alerts popping up full screen at critical moments, phone freezing/crashing, guidance ceasing for no apparent reason. And then there's the lane guidance:"Stay in the left lane" Ok"Turn right"Ohhh, sure thing, I'll just plough through several cars at the last moment to turn right from the left lane! How helpful. The phone nearly went out the window at that point, so £150 seems cheap to me.



Totally agree. If i need precise navigation ALL the time,I would go for TOMTOM(I am aware they are not one of the best companies morally as they charge you for a lot of their services, which is getting a lot better now a days). I dont want to get a call from a PPI company at a crucial moment for me to miss an exit or a complex roundabout. Phone with google map is certainly a complementary thing if you have an issue with your satnav, occasionally. I dont belong to the map-geek group.
Tomtom suction mount is pretty amazing as well
I much prefer dedicated sat navs to a phone but I find the TomToms are so slow these days. Fine for a Sunday drive but when you're in a rush at work its incredibly frustrating. My 510 was fine at first but after applying updates etc its barely usable.
pigeon8413 h, 14 m ago

Phone is ok for occasional/casual use only or if you enjoy being in a …Phone is ok for occasional/casual use only or if you enjoy being in a permanent state of meltdown.If you need one every day, as I used to, the flaws become apparent - calls/alerts popping up full screen at critical moments, phone freezing/crashing, guidance ceasing for no apparent reason. And then there's the lane guidance:"Stay in the left lane" Ok"Turn right"Ohhh, sure thing, I'll just plough through several cars at the last moment to turn right from the left lane! How helpful. The phone nearly went out the window at that point, so £150 seems cheap to me.


Fair enough, I don't use mine (Google maps on phone) every day but maybe a couple of times a week. Does the job for me
F4STFORW4RD13 h, 56 m ago

Much as I love HUKD one thing that I really loathe about it is the people …Much as I love HUKD one thing that I really loathe about it is the people that turn up in every satnav thread and make the same boring and predictable comments. It implies that they assume that everybody on HUKD is in the same situation as they are. However, in the real world, different people in different situations have different needs.So how about if:1. You don't like being spied on and prefer not to allow them to track your location?2. You have a restricted monthly data allowance?3. You don't need a phone with internet access?4. Your phone has a small screen?5. You want a dedicated satnav with a much larger screen, especially useful if you wear glasses?6. You don't like the associated frustrations that go with using a mobile as a satnav: maybe someone rings you, or you need to use the phone to look something else up, or it runs out of power?There can be a whole load of reasons why people use them. I'm sure you'll receive lots of likes for your pointless comment, mainly from narrow-minded people like yourself, but there are still plenty of people that prefer to use a dedicated satnav. If people didn't want them then they probably wouldn't still be on sale. They serve a purpose, whether you like it or not.


Lol quite the comment, guess that was aimed at me so thanks for calling me narrow minded.

Was simply asking if people were still buying them as I figured they were pretty much redundant now you could download Google maps to use offline. But as one guy pointed out, for some it is still a useful seperate tool. I'm sorry that you loathe my kind of comment on hotukdeals, would probably suggest to you there are more important things to worry about in life! Anyway, enjoy your weekend!
I drive for a living (40K a year) and prefer my phone with waze, it's quicker with better updated maps and better live traffic, sits on my dash in a nice powered cradle and quick to remove when I leave the van.

You're a mug to pay this for a standalone sat nav.
Expired - will be interesting to see how it compares with my TomTom Go iPhone app when I receive it.
This is still on - just bought one.
Ricky30213th May

I drive for a living (40K a year) and prefer my phone with waze, it's …I drive for a living (40K a year) and prefer my phone with waze, it's quicker with better updated maps and better live traffic, sits on my dash in a nice powered cradle and quick to remove when I leave the van.You're a mug to pay this for a standalone sat nav.


I think Waze is fantastic value for money (or no money, as it’s free), but I find it often is not updated to reflect road closures, meaning I have to find my own way around closed routes. Not sure if the TomTom is any better for this but worth pointing out.
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