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TomTom Start 52, Full European Mapping, Aldi £49.99 (Instore)
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TomTom Start 52, Full European Mapping, Aldi £49.99 (Instore)

£49.99£79.6437%Aldi Deals
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Posted 16th Mar 2019

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For those who still like to use a sat nav device instead of a smart phone. Aldi now have reduced the price of the TomTom Sat nav Start 52. They are within the glass locked cabinet.
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Cracking price I'll try grabbing one in the local for my mam, her car isn't a fancy dancy one with all these new features so she's stuck with a sat nav on the window. Her old one is so old it doesn't even know half the prices you go, might as well buy a map or guess where your going
Great price. I'll have a look
Good price but about what they are worth. The lifetime map updates will stop in a couple of years as it will be 5 years since the model launched.
marty-40116/03/2019 21:12

Good price but about what they are worth. The lifetime map updates will …Good price but about what they are worth. The lifetime map updates will stop in a couple of years as it will be 5 years since the model launched.



but they are for life?
Donny2Scoops16/03/2019 21:21

but they are for life?


For the life of the model... When they stop making them it's lifetime has ended and shortly thereafter so does the support. It's just one of those naughty marketing words that doesn't mean what most people think it should.
Donny2Scoops7 m ago

but they are for life?



only until the item is no longer supported by tomtom,saying its for lifetime is just a rip off,buy an old tomtom that takes sd card and load your own newer maps to it
Great price and handy for any learner drivers, same model used in the Test. I leave mine plugged in permanently in the glove box, worth it just for the speed camera audio alerts.
Edited by: "Azwipe" 16th Mar 2019
Which store ?
Its the same model as the driving examiners use for the driving test. I have its good sat nav record your routes etc
atlus16 m ago

Which store ?


Ashford, Kent
marty-40116/03/2019 21:26

For the life of the model... When they stop making them it's lifetime has …For the life of the model... When they stop making them it's lifetime has ended and shortly thereafter so does the support. It's just one of those naughty marketing words that doesn't mean what most people think it should.

Really, that's not my experience. I have an `older" TomTom, at least6 years old, with lifetime European maps and they are still doing updates, I downloaded one yesterday.
Does it come with a case and any other accessories please
suduck682 h, 19 m ago

Really, that's not my experience. I have an `older" TomTom, at least6 …Really, that's not my experience. I have an `older" TomTom, at least6 years old, with lifetime European maps and they are still doing updates, I downloaded one yesterday.


It's a gamble with Tomtom, you just don't know when they are going to move the goalposts (they use very vague wording to cover themselves for a time when they just stop supporting their products)... Not very reassuring at all. It would be nice if they could just say they will support any current model for at least five years or pay 75% of a new model as compensation.
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TT usually offer free lifetime map updates with most sat nav models.
It used to be 4 map updates a year but now sometimes only 3 and depends on model.
Lifetime map updates usually good for about 4 years after that TT may stop supporting that model or not.

But there are other sites to use to continue with map updates, speed camera alerts etc, but this might void your products original warranty.
Hope this helps
suzhayes4 h, 4 m ago

Does it come with a case and any other accessories please


No case, you get the sat nav unit itself, a car cigarette lighter adaptor, a usb lead which connects to the sat nav to the power socket or laptop
Heat added got one from yeiswley london store thanks
Was thinking of getting one of these to use on a trip abroad, but reading the posts here it seems they become obsolete after some time. Will just pay the car hire company £18 extra for sat nav
vickyboy1232 h, 24 m ago

Was thinking of getting one of these to use on a trip abroad, but reading …Was thinking of getting one of these to use on a trip abroad, but reading the posts here it seems they become obsolete after some time. Will just pay the car hire company £18 extra for sat nav


Won't be obsolete cos roads don't change that much anyway. It's just the map updates that stop. Even if new roads appear it still gets you in the right area.
Am gonna return it , being used to google maps , this tomtom looks horrible .. google maps 98% takes to right place , this has even worse accuracy rate
bulai28th Mar

Am gonna return it , being used to google maps , this tomtom looks …Am gonna return it , being used to google maps , this tomtom looks horrible .. google maps 98% takes to right place , this has even worse accuracy rate


Yes I agree to some extent, but Google map will be no good unless u have a mobile signal, I don't know if that can be use offline. I always use a sat nav, google for backup.
These days all service providers give nearly 97% coverage in uk, more than enough if u live in cities , if u want to venture to wild , use offline maps .. that’s it
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