Tomtom Start 20 4.3 inch Western Europe Sat Nav with FREE lifetime MAPS with case £89.99 @ Argos
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Tomtom Start 20 4.3 inch Western Europe Sat Nav with FREE lifetime MAPS with case £89.99 @ Argos

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Found 23rd Apr 2014
I know this was posted at £99 month ago, however its gone down another £10 making it less then half price.

Product description

With the TomTom Start 20 4.3 Inch Western Europe Sat Nav with Case you can travel around Europe with confidence. This sat nav comes with pre-loaded maps, and covers 23 European in total. It also features an eco route option for fuel efficient navigation, lane guidance so you know when to change lanes and free updates, so you always have the latest map.

•4.3 inch touchscreen.
•Pre-loaded maps for UK, Republic of Ireland and Western Europe.
•Covers 23 European countries in total.
•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.
•Speed camera alerts your device is pre-loaded with fixed speed camera locations.
•Free updates - download 4 or more free map updates every year.
Sat Nav features:

•Saves past routes based on previous journeys.
•Lane guidance.
•2D mapping.
•Points of interest - displays locations such as petrol stations and restaurants.
General information:

•Car charger.
•Windscreen suction mount.
•Carry case.
•USB cable.
•Up to 2 hours battery life.
•Size H8.4, W11.89, D1.9cm.
Model number 1EN4.054.11

EAN: 0636926064651

21 Comments

yankyg

You still have the option to pay for IQ maps every year.



Amended that for you.

why do you have to pay says lifetime maps?
thanks

why do you have to pay says lifetime maps?
thanks

Map updates are free, IQ routes are optional.

Mapshare updates are always free.
This deal details the TomTom lifetime map update program which is the IQ maps.
In the text it suggests "Free updates - download 4 or more free map updates every year."
This means the IQ map updates are free aka version 915, 920, 925 and 930 etc.

- tonymac

Can this go underwater and be used on a motorbike and give you a worldwide weather forecast and tell you next week's lottery numbers? Cos if not, according to some it's just rubbish and their crappy iphone can do the same thing. (_;) Just for the iplebs I'm voting hot.

argos have this on ebay with UK only, not sure if it is the same device or not ebay.co.uk/itm…992 though getting europe for an extra £15 seems a good deal
Edited by: "wordsworth" 23rd Apr 2014

do people still buy SatNavs????

Could anyone confirm which countries are actually included?
Which Tomtom would allow hacking and putting additional counties on SD card?

valentins

Could anyone confirm which countries are actually included?Which Tomtom … Could anyone confirm which countries are actually included?Which Tomtom would allow hacking and putting additional counties on SD card?



These newer devices don't allow that because of their new file structure, your best bet is something like a TomTom One XL which has the older version but allows you to download "additional" maps.

royboy2011

do people still buy SatNavs????



nav free on my iphone works perfectly. i dont understand the need/expense for a dedicated sat nav unless you are driving abroad

yankyg

This one has free map updates, but if you want to use the IQ routes which … This one has free map updates, but if you want to use the IQ routes which finds you live best routes, you need to pay every year. It cost sup to £50 per year.



...but Waze does IQ routes for free? :s

What is IQ Routes?
Updated: 25/09/2013 09.39 AM

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Updates in every new map
Every time you update your map, the latest IQ Routes™ data is updated as well


vickyboy123

nav free on my iphone works perfectly. i dont understand the … nav free on my iphone works perfectly. i dont understand the need/expense for a dedicated sat nav unless you are driving abroad



Isn't that whole point of getting sat nav that covers 23 european countries? Also good luck using your phone in the middle of nowhere with no network reception.

Edited by: "BenderRodriguez" 23rd Apr 2014

Keep in mind that "lifetime" in Tomtom's case probably means "until sometime next year when we release new model and stop supporting this one".

BenderRodriguez

Isn't that whole point of getting sat nav that covers 23 european … Isn't that whole point of getting sat nav that covers 23 european countries? Also good luck using your phone in the middle of nowhere with no network reception.



Lol X) You DONT need a phone network connection to use NavFree (satellite navigation device), the maps are stored on your phones SD card just as a regular satnav.

MapFactor is a much better app....... HERE!.

The thing is though, my deal costs you nothing (its FREE) and you still DONT need a phone data or WiFi connection.


Edited by: "Da11as" 23rd Apr 2014

Da11as

Lol X) You DONT need a phone network connection to use NavFree (satellite … Lol X) You DONT need a phone network connection to use NavFree (satellite navigation device), the maps are stored on your phones SD card just as a regular satnav.MapFactor is a much better app, It seems my Deal HERE! triggered the OP to post his tomtom option. The thing is though, my deal costs you nothing (its FREE) and you DONT need a phone data or WiFi connection.



Ah, thanks, I learn something every day. Will give it a shot. Not such a big deal as I always use vodafone euro traveller anyway, having internet connection abroad is handy not just for the maps.

royboy2011

do people still buy SatNavs????



No it's mainly birds now, very useful for their migratory habits.

BenderRodriguez

Isn't that whole point of getting sat nav that covers 23 european … Isn't that whole point of getting sat nav that covers 23 european countries? Also good luck using your phone in the middle of nowhere with no network reception.



I'm still think standard sat navs have their place, however there's quite a few offline sat nav phones apps now, where you download the maps so don't need any Internet/3G connection. The ones I use are Navfree and MapFactor Navigator on Android.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 23rd Apr 2014

Any recomendations for a truck driver appropiate Satnav?

vickyboy123

nav free on my iphone works perfectly. i dont understand the … nav free on my iphone works perfectly. i dont understand the need/expense for a dedicated sat nav unless you are driving abroad



I have used both iPad and iPhone for navigation - got me hopelessly lost in Strattford. So I bit the bullet and bought one of these when they were £99 pounds - used in Uk and abroad and I can highly recommend. TomTom have the experience and the connectivity to beat any apps hands down - just does what it says on the tin and great with Lifetime Maps. Easy to update from the Tomtom site - even plan routes before hand.
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