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TomTom XL Classic 4.3 Inch Lifetime Maps UK & ROI - £69.99 - Argos
TomTom XL Classic 4.3 Inch Lifetime Maps UK & ROI - £69.99 - Argos

TomTom XL Classic 4.3 Inch Lifetime Maps UK & ROI - £69.99 - Argos

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This sleek TomTom XL sat nav will get you from A to B. The IQ routes function will cleverly calculate your route based on the actual speeds measured on roads at different times of the day. Also with 3D mapping you will be able to visualise your next move along the way. Traffic ready via a RDS-TMS traffic receiver, not included.

4.3 inch touchscreen.
Pre-loaded maps for UK and Republic of Ireland.
Speed camera alerts - pre-installed fixed camera locations.
Lifetime map 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.
IQ routes to calculate your route based on the actual speeds measured on roads at different times of the day.
General information:

Car charger.
Windscreen suction mount.
USB cable.
Up to 3 hours battery life.
Size H7.3, W15, D12.8cm.
Model number 1ET0.013.00

EAN: 0636926038447

9 Comments

aarrgghhh. .. this or the Garmin with Europe for £20 more?!? How do Tom Tom and Garmin compare?

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laurieleigh

aarrgghhh. .. this or the Garmin with Europe for £20 more?!? How do Tom … aarrgghhh. .. this or the Garmin with Europe for £20 more?!? How do Tom Tom and Garmin compare?



Always found it to be personal preference.

I personally prefer to use Garmin's, and for peace of mind have been supplying navigation systems to the likes of submarines and planes for decades.

Laurie - I haven't used Garmin but I love my TomTom with Europe Maps and Lifetime Maps (bought for £99 last year to give you a price comparison,think it's the Via 30 or something).
I would recommend the European Maps although they don't seem to be updated as frequently as the UK maps.

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laurieleigh

aarrgghhh. .. this or the Garmin with Europe for £20 more?!? How do Tom … aarrgghhh. .. this or the Garmin with Europe for £20 more?!? How do Tom Tom and Garmin compare?



Or

turn your smartphone on.

Enable GPS

Click on "Google Maps"

Free satnav.

Happy to help.

Google maps needs an internet connection as well as GPS for navigation. U can download offline maps but no good if u quickly need to find your way somewhere.

I've never used Garmin and I own a TomTom. never had any problems with it. If I do go down the smartphone route I have sygic & it works very well.

I use an app called route 66 navigate, it works offline so is great for me as I live in Cornwall where mobile Internet isn't the best, I first used it earlier this year when I went to Florida so I didn't have to pay data roaming charges.
I used the free version at first but was so impressed that I paid for the app.

Lee8210

I use an app called route 66 navigate, it works offline so is great for … I use an app called route 66 navigate, it works offline so is great for me as I live in Cornwall where mobile Internet isn't the best, I first used it earlier this year when I went to Florida so I didn't have to pay data roaming charges.I used the free version at first but was so impressed that I paid for the app.

how can a satellite navigation work off line ? im not being arrogant im genuinely interested ?
how does it know where your going or if you go the wrong way ?

lollypoplee

how can a satellite navigation work off line ? im not being arrogant im … how can a satellite navigation work off line ? im not being arrogant im genuinely interested ?how does it know where your going or if you go the wrong way ?



They work off GPS, not your data. I have tried using phone apps but still prefer a dedicated GPS unit, personal choice.

I bought the UK & Europe version of this with lifetime maps for £80 at Halfords a couple of weeks ago. My last TomTom lasted me over 8 years. I think they are great, a great addition to using smartphone maps. Each have their uses and I do use both. In the car, the TomTom rules. Anywhere else, the smartphone is better (mainly because its always in my pocket when I need it.)
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