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TomTom Via 135 5 Inch Full Europe Lifetime Maps & Bluetooth (339/0470) £79.99 @ Argos
TomTom Via 135 5 Inch Full Europe Lifetime Maps & Bluetooth (339/0470) £79.99 @ Argos

TomTom Via 135 5 Inch Full Europe Lifetime Maps & Bluetooth (339/0470) £79.99 @ Argos

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The TomTom Via 135 EU helps take the stress out of driving. With Speak & Go and Hands-free calling via Bluetooth your hands are always on the wheel. It has a 5" touchscreen and comes with Lifetime Maps of Europe covering 45 countries, receive up to 4 free map updates per year.

Keep your hands on the wheel with hands-free calling. Pair your phone with your tomtom via 135 over Bluetooth to make and receive phone calls, for safe driving.

•5 inch LCD touchscreen.
•Pre-loaded maps for UK, Republic of Ireland, full Europe, .
•Covers 45 European countries in total.
•Speed camera alerts subscription required.
•Lifetime map updates.
•Free updates - regularly connect your tomtom device to your computer and download free software updates.

Sat Nav features:
•Saves past routes based on previous journeys.
•Lane guidance.
•2D and 3D mapping.
•Points of interest - displays locations such as petrol stations and restaurants.
•Voice command and control.
•Bluetooth for hands free calling.
•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.

General information:
•Car charger.
•Integrated mount.
•USB cable.
•Up to 2 hours battery life.
•Size H9.28, W13.43, D1.96cm.
•Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.

Model number tomtom via 135.

EAN: 0636926057745.

15 Comments

Surely standalone sat navs as a technology are redundant now?

centaurandrew

Surely standalone sat navs as a technology are redundant now?



Many new cars not fitted as standard, not all have smart phones or want to use the phone in cradle etc

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centaurandrew

Surely standalone sat navs as a technology are redundant now?


Useful on long routes or travelling to Europe. Not bad price considering it has lifetime map updates.

centaurandrew

Surely standalone sat navs as a technology are redundant now?



​Nope.

centaurandrew

Surely standalone sat navs as a technology are redundant now?



​ In my opinion, standalone sat navs have hardware (speaker, non-reflective matte screen) and user interfaces that are better suited for use in a car with minimal distractions.

Google map is better as it shows the traffic condition.

centaurandrew

Surely standalone sat navs as a technology are redundant now?



What a ridiculous comment

centaurandrew

Surely standalone sat navs as a technology are redundant now?



​I think they have a point, they are less relevant than they were but I still prefer to use my dedicated TomTom rather than my phone as it does a better job. It is worthwhile however getting one with live traffic updates.

for the older generation who wont/cant use smartphones, these are ideal. So not redundant at all!

centaurandrew

Surely standalone sat navs as a technology are redundant now?


And then there's those car manufactures that still charge you £££ to update their maps on the integrated systems. Add the fact you can get speed camera alerts easily added to a standalone I think they're still very relevant8)

djnield

And then there's those car manufactures that still charge you £££ to up … And then there's those car manufactures that still charge you £££ to update their maps on the integrated systems. Add the fact you can get speed camera alerts easily added to a standalone I think they're still very relevant8)



Just sparking conversation. Other than when I'm on holiday google maps on an iPhone is more than sufficient for my needs. I have a tomtom standalone but rarely find a time when it is needed now.

Having to rely on your phone isn't ideal really. Makes more sense to have a dedicated device in the car that can interact with your phone in my opinion. At least at the moment anyway.

Lifetime Maps doesn't mean what you think it does ..... Tom Tom state Lifetime is just as long as they support the device, that could be 1 year - 2,3 or 4.

No traffic on this .... unlike all the smartphones on the market.

Has its place, but diminishing use these days
Edited by: "MrRee" 24th Dec 2016

MrRee

Lifetime Maps doesn't mean what you think it does ..... Tom Tom state … Lifetime Maps doesn't mean what you think it does ..... Tom Tom state Lifetime is just as long as they support the device, that could be 1 year - 2,3 or 4.No traffic on this .... unlike all the smartphones on the market.Has its place, but diminishing use these days



​It could also be 5 year, 7 year, 10 year.. Heat added!

Am a huge fan of sat navs the battery life I find is disappointing. How long should a fully charged sat hav last?
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