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TomTom GO930 Sat Nav - RRP £299.99, now £229.99 delivered @ Cdiscount
TomTom GO930 Sat Nav - RRP £299.99, now £229.99 delivered @ Cdiscount

TomTom GO930 Sat Nav - RRP £299.99, now £229.99 delivered @ Cdiscount

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The TomTom Go 930 is a stylish and sophisticated Sat Nav, finished in a black gloss. Thanks to Intelligent IQ Routes technology the GO 930 calculates routes measured on real average speeds rather than speed limits, so youll receive an accurate idea of what time youll arrive at your destination. TomToms Advanced Lane Guidance feature enables you to view junctions as you approach giving you extra clarity in difficult situations. Thanks to TomTom Map Share you can quickly and easily update, personalise, add to or share your maps via TomTom Home. Youll even be able to take advantage of other users updates and changes. The TomTom Go 930 promises to deliver uninterrupted navigation even when GPS signal is lost in tunnels or among high buildings, so you never lose track of your journey. This multifunctional Sat Nav features Bluetooth connectivity for hands free calling to ensure both hands are on the wheel for safe driving. The TomTom GO 930 also includes an inbuilt FM transmitter which plays music wirelessly over your car speakers. Take the hassle out of driving and navigating, and let the TomTom GO 930 guide you safely and accurately to your destination.

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good spot. Voted hot.

Thought it said Tom Jones then.
Which is not unusual!

Sorry.

What is the main difference between 930 and 930T?

eSimple;4481653

What is the main difference between 930 and 930T?



Is 930T the traffic one?

I have voted cold on this. Primarily for the reason that as far as I can see, the UK does not get a 930 model. This looks like a US based model. Which is fine as it comes with European mapping but the UK based 940 comes with US/Canada, Euro and UK/Ireland maps.

EvoStu.

EvoStu;4483162

I have voted cold on this. Primarily for the reason that as far as I can … I have voted cold on this. Primarily for the reason that as far as I can see, the UK does not get a 930 model. This looks like a US based model. Which is fine as it comes with European mapping but the UK based 940 comes with US/Canada, Euro and UK/Ireland maps.EvoStu.



The 530 is UK & ROI maps
The 730 is UK ,ROI and Europe maps
The 930 is UK ,ROI , Europe, US & Canada maps maps

EvoStu;4483162

I have voted cold on this. Primarily for the reason that as far as I can … I have voted cold on this. Primarily for the reason that as far as I can see, the UK does not get a 930 model. This looks like a US based model. Which is fine as it comes with European mapping but the UK based 940 comes with US/Canada, Euro and UK/Ireland maps.EvoStu.



Not sure this is a problem. on the website the maps are listed as UK,IRELAND,EUROPE,USA & CANADA.
I have a 910 and use it frequently in UK and USA and it's superb. £229 is a superb price. HOT!

its just under £200 if you got a membership card in costco

poopscoop;4482436

Is 930T the traffic one?


The 930T is the Traffic Model but this one is the basic 930 without the Traffic :x. Would have been a bargain if it was.
The 930T is £319.19 from CDdiscounts.
cdiscount.co.uk/Sou…tml

920T available at PC World for £199 btw.

EvoStu;4483162

I have voted cold on this. Primarily for the reason that as far as I can … I have voted cold on this. Primarily for the reason that as far as I can see, the UK does not get a 930 model. This looks like a US based model. Which is fine as it comes with European mapping but the UK based 940 comes with US/Canada, Euro and UK/Ireland maps.EvoStu.



Sorry, but the 930 model has been available in the UK since its release over 18 months ago. Just like its previous brothers and sisters, the 920 and 910.

The 930 comes with the Uk, Europe, USA and Guam!

EvoStu;4483162

I have voted cold on this. Primarily for the reason that as far as I can … I have voted cold on this. Primarily for the reason that as far as I can see, the UK does not get a 930 model. This looks like a US based model. Which is fine as it comes with European mapping but the UK based 940 comes with US/Canada, Euro and UK/Ireland maps.EvoStu.



You are not quite correct - the GO 940 LIVE lets you subscribe to advanced services like super-accurate traffic jam reports, weather forecasts etc. The GO 930 on offer here does not give you that option, but it comes with all of the same maps.

Also, the only difference between the ordinary version and the Traffic version is that the Traffic comes packaged with an RDS-TMC receiver, while the one featured here doesn't. You can still buy it as an accessory though.

Jakg;4483696

920T available at PC World for £199 btw.



And a 920T is exactly the same as a 930T once you have upgraded the maps and firmware. You get a free upgrade of maps in the first month of owning a TomTom.

mightygriffin;4483964

And a 920T is exactly the same as a 930T once you have upgraded the maps … And a 920T is exactly the same as a 930T once you have upgraded the maps and firmware. You get a free upgrade of maps in the first month of owning a TomTom.



Hence why you will find most 920 models at the same price or more expensive than a 930!!

It may also be worth pointing out that for some reason the GO 930 no longer features on their website's product page - I wonder if it's being discontinued for some reason?

It's probably worth pointing out that there is a current issue affecting some (not all) TomTom GO 720/730/920/930 users where the latest firmware causes the computer-generated voices (i.e. the ones that can read out street names and road numbers and not just directions) to stutter to the point of incomprehensibility. The latest maps require the newer firmwares, so this can be an issue if you need/want the updated maps.

TomTom have not yet produced a fix, but there are several unofficial ways of solving the problem. The forum at PocketGPSWorld is a good place to get them - specifically the thread pocketgpsworld.com/mod…821 - and what worked specifically for my GO 920 was to use the 8.320 firmware (for the TomTom "Work" model based on the same hardware) and the version 7 voice files.

Two TomTom tips - the first thing you should do before doing anything else is back up your TomTom to disk manually and keep the backup very safe (see pocketgpsworld.com/mod…045 for FAQs including that) and also make other backups regularly over time. I'd also recommend the PocketGPSWorld speed camera databases over the TomTom subscription as they are much more comprehensive, if a bit more "manual" to install and maintain.

Slipstream;4484279

It may also be worth pointing out that for some reason the GO 930 no … It may also be worth pointing out that for some reason the GO 930 no longer features on their website's product page - I wonder if it's being discontinued for some reason?



Rumours are that the lack of the 930 on the website is actually a bit of a ploy to boost sales of the 940, and the 930 isn't discontinued. The 920 and 930 are pretty much the same device anyway.

sorry but i cant get my head round why some people would pay £229 for a tom tom sat nav when my £49.99 one does the same trick......

padge123;4484795

sorry but i cant get my head round why some people would pay £229 for a … sorry but i cant get my head round why some people would pay £229 for a tom tom sat nav when my £49.99 one does the same trick......



Cos it says the street names to you!

Think thats bad, i bought the 910 when it first came out and some crazy thing took over my brain to make me spend £500 on it!!!

Have to say its been great over the past 4-5 years and saved me a few times, you ever tried driving through Los Angeles!!

The 930 definitely isn't listed on the UK TomTom site though.

EvoStu.

It was until fairly recently; I've been researching a satnav for the last couple of weeks, you see. You are quite correct that it isn't there now, though!

Slipstream;4487148

It was until fairly recently; I've been researching a satnav for the last … It was until fairly recently; I've been researching a satnav for the last couple of weeks, you see. You are quite correct that it isn't there now, though!



Could be just a general mistake on the site?? Even the section of Original Products list every tomtom ever made bar that model.

tomtom.com/pro…d=1

To be honest I've got a GO910 and whilst its been a pain in the **** with reliability the maps have been pretty accurate everywhere I've been with it.

One major thing with the TomTom though is that the maps are looking somewhat old hat now against rivals offerings, however their user interface is still the best.

Its a good price though for this unit. I wouldn't bother with the T version either, its completely useless on my GO910 and constantly drops the signal.

EvoStu.

padge123;4484795

sorry but i cant get my head round why some people would pay £229 for a … sorry but i cant get my head round why some people would pay £229 for a tom tom sat nav when my £49.99 one does the same trick......


The 930 will do America ,Canada etc. Doubt the £50 Sat Nav will do that.
I agree that if you want a basic UK model then this is not for you.
I want one for America since we go every other year on Hols and fed up paying extra to have one in my hired car.

dasher;4487860

Could be just a general mistake on the site?? Even the section of … Could be just a general mistake on the site?? Even the section of Original Products list every tomtom ever made bar that model.http://www.tomtom.com/products/category.php?ID=14&Lid=1



Nope - I picked up a Tomtom booklet from Currys at the weekend and it's not in that either.

Also, CDiscount has dropped the price a little further to £223.09!

AND ITS DROPPED AGAIN!!

£199.99 at cd discount!! use FREEDELIVERY at checkout

Its cheaper than the 730!

HAD TO BAG ONE!

Back up to £249 on the link above, has this expired?

....and now shown as out of stock

EvoStu;4485948

The 930 definitely isn't listed on the UK TomTom site though.EvoStu.



Yes it is - what are you trying to find, I have a 930 - purchased for £199 the other week from cdiscount. when you register on the tomtom site it clearly picks it up and offers full support

now back up to £300
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