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TomTom Touch Sports Smart Watch - Small, £19.99 at argos/ebay
Found 6th DecFound 6th Dec
Free delivery. See what your body is made of with body composition. Measure your body fat and muscle mass percentage right from your wrist with the touch of a button. Fitness star… Read more

I was reading somewhere online how to do a hard reset. Not tried it but getting some info from TomTom direct could be of help to put your mind at ease. I tried the body composition earlier and it worked ok on the 2nd attempt. Didn’t work the 1st time for some reason.


I've emailed TomTom to make sure my data won't be able to be seen by any previous users, see what they say. By the way, have you managed to get the body composition function to work? I've tried many times but it just comes up with a cross indicating it couldn't get a measurement.


I think it can only be synced to one account at a time. I had to enter a code to sync it up to the mobile. I put in wrong details anyway as it wouldn’t let me input my son’s d.o.b as it only allows 2005 and back. I’m not worried but I get what you mean by them selling them as brand new.


Couldn't that mean the previous owner might now have access to your data? Name, email address, date of birth, gps location, call and text notifications etc. Bit worrying! It's really bad Argos are selling obviously used returns marked brand-new.


Just seen this and checked ours. We had the same saying it was linked to another account. We just ok’d it and it seems to be fine ... for now anyway. Just finishing off charging and will have a play about with it tomorrow.

TomTom Active Magnetic Mount and Charger for TomTom 5-Inch and 6-Inch GO £16.30 Prime £20.79 Non Prime Free Del with code @ Amazon  UK
Found 4th DecFound 4th Dec
UPDATED PRICE from £16.30 to £16 now 15.71 :D Securely mount your TomTom within easy reach For easy installation of your TomTom GO in a second vehicle … Read more

14.50 now :O


each day price going down :D crazy


TomTom = ConCon


I had same issue. If you blutack the usb connector on so it cannot move, this solves the problem, just makes it look a bit ugly. I agree, bad design fault.


TomTom are having sale on some items starting 11th December.. May be worth holding out...

TomTom VIA 53 13 cm / 5 inch 40% off - £107.99
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
TomTom Via 53 Car Sat Nav with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Europe Maps, Siri and Google Now integration. Still £179.00 at Halfords.

it's £140 at moment


Because the deal has ended.


the link does not work when you go on to 'get Deal'. can the OP paste the web link pleae


You can download Google maps to use offline and use with the GPS in your phone. BUT I still prefer my Tomtom.


Google Maps is mostly reliant on having an Internet connection to download maps as you go. If you’re in an area of poor coverage, or traveling overseas, this isn’t always available. Sat Navs as the name implies uses Saterlites..

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Tomtom 6" GO6200 Sat nav - £195 @ Halfords shop Ebay.
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
TomTom GO 6200 6" Sat Nav with Wi-Fi, Lifetime World Maps, Traffic Updates & SIM Card . For those that missed out on the Amazon Black Friday deal here's another chance to pur… Read more

Look, TomTom is the best Android app I ever had and traffic is always spot on. All cameras and live updates. But you can install and have it for free until 2100 ;) Just Google for it.


Waze does indicate Cameras! Check this review out and decide for yourself -->


What about cameras? I pass many every day.


Have you tried Waze? Honestly these things have gotten so impractical. My TomTom XL lies completely unused ever since I started using Google Maps / Waze on my Android Phone. Buy a Xiaomi Max and install Waze on it. You get a fantastic SatNav with traffic updates and you also have a phone to use.


People banging on about smart phones.. These are still good. My dad has a dumb phone and does not want to purchase a smartphone. He prefers having a set device which has sim built in and all updates for life. Before you mention bargain phones as Google maps updates it slows the hell down on older models. His last tomtom lasted him a very long time. So will the one I bought recently

TomTom VIA 52 5 Inch Traffic UK & ROI Lifetime Maps Sat Nav £79.99 @ Argos
Found 25th NovFound 25th Nov
ABOUT THIS PRODUCT On an impressive 5-inch screen, the TomTom VIA 52 plans intelligent routes that help you escape traffic in real-time. Enjoy hands-free calling, MyDrive and real… Read more

Good deal but I picked up the same model for £49.99 at Aldi last week, so worth checking your local stores


I understand peoples views ref using mobiles instead but I am on the road quite a bit and personally prefer the via over both phone and inbuilt navigation systems in various hire cars. This model is the one I have and has been anything from £99-119 (new in shops) this year so a decent price. Mine is running latest firmware/ software and camera database and runs fine.


I used to prefer using a sat nav to a phone as I saw it as unnecessary wear and tear on my phones battery. I’ve got the TomTom Go 50 which was great for the first few months but as TomTom kept updating it, it would get slower and slower to the point of now being unusable. I’m talking minutes to boot up and 15+ seconds to act on any button presses. The price of these is not much less than an iPhone X battery replacement so I’ll just go down that route now. Annoying though as I do have lifetime speed camera subscription on mine...


Is it not better just to use mobile phone theses days?


Cold . I just Apple or Google maps . Always updated maps with free traffic updates. Work much better and free

TomTom Car Sat Nav GO 6200 6" £195 @ Amazon
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Down from £299 to just £195 now on this TomTom Sat Nav - World lifetime maps: Get the latest maps by connecting your TomTom GO to your Wi-Fi network; we issue free new updates sea… Read more
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That's a 620 not a 6200


I use the Tomtom Start 62. It is better than anything else I’ve used and the six inch screen is a huge improvement on smaller screens.


Or the TomTom Start 62 for £99.99 here


Or £170 here -


Noticed this on Amazon myself so just bought. Replacing my old Go 500 which has been great for me but annoyingly a little slow on directions & recently has needed a battery replacement. Looking forward to the new features this one has, built in sim, google & siri connect & phone sync so I can read my messages from the satnav. Not to mention journey planner sync from your phone & voice control....... just great. Oh & a nice new shiny larger footprint screen :D Only downside I see is 1hr battery life as opposed to 2hr Also some bad reviews but can't be worse than the previous model, can it?

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TOMTOM Start 20 M - 4.3 inch Sat Nav with Lifetime Maps of UK & Ireland @ Very - £59.99
Found 20th NovFound 20th Nov
My daughter's basic Tom Tom sat nav is so out of date that they have stopped supporting it and no updates are available. This more modern equivalent has "lifetime maps" of the UK … Read more

TomTom definition of 'lifetime: about 3 or 4 years. If TomTom ever start a private health scheme and one of their docs tells you you're gonna have a long healthy life.... best get a will written :D


Or Navmii on a smartphone. Very pleased with it too, I am. It doesn't rely on having a signal as you download maps to the phone. Unlike the Garmin Sat Back I bought not too long ago, it does full postcode searches (the Garmin accepts a full postcode but demonstrably doesn't search on a full code) and so far, has not diverted me off an A road into a parallel country track that was once, many years before, the original road. It hasn't (wrongly) claimed I was driving the wrong way down a one way street, something the Garmin has done three times so far. I'd have slung the Garmin on eBay by now but my conscience won't let me sell something that is, frankly, so dangerous and flawed.


Apple or Google maps both work much better. Free updates both software and traffic.


Agreed. Used for years and its never let me down. Small App in terms of install size and also free updates. Not had to use anything else to get me from A to B (y)



Tom Tom 60% off e.g TOMTOM RUNNER £40
Found 18th NovFound 18th Nov
Got this email thought it might be useful for some in need of Tom Tom products

Thanks for your help, I couldn't get any model number to come up when I hovered in Chrome. Looks like a good deal for a GPS watch. Well water proof too, pity it not multi sport to take advantage of this for swimming.




Based on the model number you see when you hover over the image on the sale page, its this model on Amazon. There's a link to the specs and user guide under Product Details.


Hi guys I’m useless at copying links etc but just went on my emails again and this on their also

TomTom Car Sat Nav GO Basic, 5 Inch with Updates for £99.99 @ Amazon
Found 18th NovFound 18th Nov
Connected: The TomTom GO Basic integrates ideally with your phone and updates easily over built-in Wi-Fi TomTom roadtrips: Discover one of the world's best routes, personalise the… Read more

I've sent a report about incorrect speed limit which was lowered from 50 to 40 and it took them like 4 months to update the map. On other hand, tomtom gps signal was better and more accurate..


I completely forgot how expensive SD cards were for our PDA's Honestly they were so ahead of their time


Ah 2004 - HP Ipaq £330, bluetooth GPS module £120 - plus a 2gb SD card £50. So £500 all in. Still have to say despite the expense, it was the best tech product I ever bought.


They mean lifetime of the device I believe, so when they bring out a new model, the updates stop. Could be wrong but that's what I've read in the past.


I’m asking what the use case is. Very helpful comment.

Tomtom spark 3 cardio £110.49 @ TomTom
Found 14th OctFound 14th Oct
1 139.99 Add to cart SEE ALL SPARK 3 PRODUCTS TOMTOM SPARK 3 CARDIO BLACK Train to the beat of your heart on your wrist SMALL STRAPS LARGE STRAPS If you do not have a … Read more

I'll bear that in mind


Just remember tomtom spark music and the spark 3 although look the same are different items.


As an owner of a Tomtom Spark Music (that I got for a lot less than this) I think £110 is a lot for what you're getting here. As an out and out GPS watch these are fine, but for the same money you could pick up a GPS enabled Ticwatch Android wear device, or you could spend a lot less and get something like an Amazfit device. Also, the tomtom devices advertise Smartwatch notifications but they are sketchy as hell, and once they've popped up once you can't look back through them, and you're obliged to get your phone out.

TomTom GO 620 £180 @ Amazon UK
Found 3rd SepFound 3rd Sep
TomTom GO 620 £180 @ Amazon UK
£180£299.9940%Amazon Deals
Has Google Now (Google Assistant?) and Siri support Lifetime World Maps support / lifetime speed camera updates Can make and receive calls, SMS, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger … Read more
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SatNav's are niché now unfortunately, and I'm not entirely sure in the point of buying an expensive one of the idea is to save money? :/




The box states life time maps for the life of the device not you, but i have to agree its abit of a con. This would leave you to believe its until the satnav breaks but its just for 5 years until they stop supporting the device after releasing new models


Lifetime maps, yeah right so long as you have a short life. They left me high and dry on my last TomTom sold as lifetime and then they cancelled support for lifetime map for my model. don't deal with companies like this.COLD


Google maps are not up to date actually theyre quite the opposite which i find strange. My tomtom that gets 4 updates a year finds new builds google maps dosnt know they exist for a long time after. Never undersood this as its downloading the info all time but clearly googles team do not update new housing estates very often which is poor

TomTom GO 5200 Car Sat Nav - £180 @ Halfords
Found 1st SepFound 1st Sep
TomTom GO 5200 Car Sat Nav with Wi-Fi, SIM Card, World Maps, Siri and Google Now integration
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well my last tomtom was 6 years old and still getting updates and more importantly it let me add a new traffic subscrition


Because I don’t get lost I have lots of free time to do exciting things like.........troll Hukd. (highfive)


Why thank you kind sir! As a matter of fact I am retired and do go out shopping in the morning and have ended up hundreds of miles from home at the end of the day. To my knowledge I do not have Alzhheimer's but would forget my bo!!ocks if they weren't in a sack (lol) Life must be so boring for you planning everything in advance.


TomTom are stopping support for devices after 5 years now. Presumably that's the inbuilt obsolescence time period.


But that's the point it doesn't because its a phone

Tomtom Go 5200 £180 @  Amazon  (deal of the day)
Found 28th AugFound 28th Aug
Amazing sat Nav with live traffic for life TomTom Car Sat Nav GO 5200, 5 Inch with Calling, Siri and Google Now, Updates via Wi-Fi, Lifetime Traffic via SIM Card and World Maps, S… Read more
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Halfords deal back on £180


got mine from Halfords as they also had it £180


Thanks for this, got one for the £180.00 and a few minutes later the price went up at around 7.40 am.


I know people tend to stick with either TomTom or Garmin but just to broaden the horizon a little.... This Garmin is £20 more and on paper spec much better (except for lack of worldwide map but there was a free additional map offer, not sure if still live though). Bigger screen and uses the DAB for live traffic which is received by the sat nav itself. I bought one last week to replace my previous Garmin and couldn't be happier.$ja=tsid:94971|cid:868555900|agid:49387677092|tid:aud-297219199169:pla-327335728066|crid:203456299608|nw:g|rnd:14374140062047599858|dvc:m|adp:1o1|mt:|loc:9046084&gclid=CjwKCAjw5ZPcBRBkEiwA-avvkwLf2ombbeHpYs1waA2T8bAU-I_lQdcJAijj30Y7yUVBUkxXNf-JxRoCJDAQAvD_BwE


No stock just stupid priced ones. Got one damaged packaging through Amazon Warehouse £167.40.

TomTom lifetime Western Europe Start 52 Sat Nav £69.99 @ Amazon
Found 28th AugFound 28th Aug
TomTom lifetime Western Europe Start 52 Sat Nav £69.99 @ Amazon
£69.99£127.6845%Amazon Deals
This is the Western Europe map edition! Not just UK and Ireland, I got the UK and Ireland version for £90 about a month ago. Lifetime maps: Download free map updates with the ro… Read more
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Why have you sent me links to a story that is nearly 9 months old? As I said my tomtom is over 6 years old and I have just updated to the latest map


Main reason I like using a sat nav is being of the battery drain, I have a s8+ and on a long days out, a sat nav preservers the battery for me.


Take a look here And here


that isn't the main problem, main problem is it sending you round in circles


You guys realise you can download the maps to eliminate patchy signal problems right?

TomTom START52 £45 Aldi Stoke
LocalLocalFound 24th AugFound 24th Aug
TomTom START52 £45 Aldi Stoke
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It's down from £89.99


is it a offer price?


Meir park


So in answer to my question, yes, I was missing something. Doh! Thank you for explaining to a simpleton what was obvious when I look back at the post I was responding to. (y)


I don't need it, never left my village.

TomTom upto 35% off - Go 520 for £164.99 plus free delivery
Found 21st AugFound 21st Aug
TomTom upto 35% off - Go 520 for £164.99 plus free delivery
£164.99TomTom Deals
TomTom have put upto 35% off on some items. Looks like 2 sat navs and 2 fitness watches. Go 520 for £164.99 plus free delivery

-25% for TomTom Go 620 is not tempting enough for me. I'd like to get my hands on one of it had been more like 40%off, closer to £150


The main advantage of a dedicated Satnav is the large screen, so if you’re going to get one get the six inch version.


Yes. cheaper than buying a big phone & less hassle. Though I got a refurb with traffic at a much lower price than this.Works well apart from battery life so just leave a battery pack in the car the whole time.


I love mine, doesn’t use up all your data and great abroad.


Smart phones are killing of satnavs. A few people still buy them. But as time goes along it will become less and less.

Shop with 15% discount w/c and receive car hire and hotel vouchers worth up to £300 @Tomtom
Found 24th JulFound 24th Jul
Shop with 15% discount w/c and receive car hire and hotel vouchers worth up to £300 @Tomtom
£212.49£249.9915%TomTom Deals
THE DEALS CAN'T LAST FOREVER 15% OFF TOMTOM GO 620 Smarter, faster, better connected – the GO 620 will make your holiday road trips less stress and more fun. Plus, shop now and r… Read more

None of my Navigation are outdated always updated and I do have TomTom on iPhone to (highfive)


No problem for a phone, you just need the right navigation apps that allow for navigation offline.. Eeeeeasy and you dont need some outdated tom tom rubbish! (popcorn)


The Tomtom promotion is a complete con, I tried to use the so called £300 voucher after purchasing a Tomtom, tried to book a rental car on the website but they still wanted the full amount, the voucher was 100% useless. This is a fraud IMO.


Why TomTom is great I drove from London to Kusadası for long journey a phone is not good (highfive)


Never use tomtom as apple and Google maps are so good .

Tom Tom Go 5200 - £202.49 (possibly £196.42 with Quidco) @ Halfords
Found 20th JulFound 20th Jul
Tom Tom Go 5200 - £202.49 (possibly £196.42 with Quidco) @ Halfords
£202.49£299.9933%Halfords Deals
Possibly 196.42 with Quidco TomTom GO 5200 Car Sat Nav with Wi-Fi, SIM Card, World Maps, Siri and Google Now integration Smarter, faster, better connected The TomTom GO 5200 Car … Read more
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Decent price so heat from me on the grounds of being a TomTom convert OP, also available from Amazon at exactly the same price. Traffic updates on Google absolutely non existent whilst on the TomTom 5100 they are extremely good, and that is from someone who uses the work sat nav, my 5100 and Google maps concurrently almost daily. As for 'always' up to date, wrong again because we moved in to our relatively new cul-de-sac 18 months ago and guess what: Google maps still doesn't know it exists whereas one of the more recent TomTom update does include our street. The interpretation of what constitutes 'lifetime' would appear to be a contentious one I'll give you that. Having had a nosey at various threads on the TomTom message board it seems the older units aren't getting updates any more with lack of storage being cited as the reason by TomTom whilst owners reckon they are purposely making files too big for the old units. Only had one other sat nav which was a Garmin that I had for about 5 or 6 years before this 5100 I got a couple of summers ago, obviously technology moves on but still the difference between the two is night and day, the TomTom has never ever let me down and there are constant updates if you are prepared to hook it up to the PC regularly. As I've said above I use three different forms of navigation at the same time all the time when in the work van, occasionally Google will come up trumps especially on locations in very tight knit streets and alleyways etc around town but 95% of the time it's inferior to my TomTom. Ditto on traffic data and the rerouting to swerve any aggro, even having owned mine for over 2 years I still from time to time ignore its traffic advice rerouting me to what I deem will be a longer than usual drive only to then hit the shocking nastiness it was warning me about and curse myself for not having 'listened' (annoyed) I have a built-in sat nav in my motor with a supposed Ford Live something or other going on but it's absolute pants just like Google maps, when it comes to live traffic Tommy T knows best.


You are wrong there. Actually, Google Maps is rubbish . . . compared to *any* other source of map! I don't understand why so many folks' default 'go to' map source is Google Maps. Many of the roads are missing, many are misnamed. Online, I use Streetmap, and on the road I use TomTom (supporting a paper/book road map). When I need a laugh, I look at Google Maps, which is awful.


Navii,(or Navmi - they changed the name), Pro or free version; I have been using it all over UK, Portugal, Spain, and France, and only found 2 errors (1x No Entry, and 1x newly pedestrianised road); China coverage is a bit sparse, but so is every other satnav I have tried. TomTom are having a laugh.


I'm more than happy with Copilot. Around £15, no subs or data usage and updated fairly regularly. Would never buy a standalone!


Google maps is rubbish compared to TomTom maps. I have got rid of my stand alone, for the app. But if you drive for a living then a standalone satnav is best.

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