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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
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

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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
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?

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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 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
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
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.

TomTom Golfer 2 GPS watch £144.99 Argos
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Seems a good price for one of these golf GPS watches.

I think TomTom are discontinuing their sports watches (or have done) so may drop further but they seem to be pretty good for what they are, just not as straightforward and supported as Garmin's models.


Same price on Amazon so not a deal. Also cheaper here:

TomTom upto 60% off sale -TOUCH CARDIO + BODY COMPOSITION £49.99 plus other offers
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
A good quality activity watch for a great price ( Yes I know they are pulling out of the market, hence the deals).Two Year Guarantee. Body Composition-Measure your body fat and mus… Read more

Thanks for that information. The deal I put on wasn't for that promotion , HotUKDeals have added the 'logo' themselves. The site wouldn't let me pick my own illustration for the TomTom page.


Avoid like the plague the summer time drive and save promotion, I applied for this promotion after purchase of Tomtom and they sent a 300 euro voucher credit. It was useless for car rentals and could not be used they still wanted money for car rental. This is really misleading and deceptive promotion.


Thought Sat-Navs were their core original business ? and it is just activity trackers they are pulling out of.


Looks like Tom Tom are panicking at the rapidly approaching demise of their original core business.

tomtom 6200 and 62 and 52 via cheapest £69.99 - Amazon prime day
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
There are some great deals on some tomtom satnavs and a couple of garmin devices i just brought a used one ;(
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Was a good deal that one what a shame i ended up getting the via 62 could of done with the lifetime cameras! xD


Sold out I think


The 6200 seems to have disappeared from the list maybe a mistake? or sold out! Dam


your garmin is great trust pilot is trash like your input to this thread


rimi no one cares about your rubbish links you are a sad human being why did you bother to edit that in does anyone even use trust pilot to buy a device

£150 hotel or car rental voucher when buying £159.99 TomTom sat-nav @ Amazon
Found 10th JulFound 10th Jul
If you're after a new sat-nav and either a hotel booking or car rental, TomTom are offering vouchers between £150-£300 for purchasing on of their devices.
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What evidence are you basing this on? Their prices are the same as all the other OTAs. When did TomTom become non-reputable?


Hmm I predict a few Tomtoms in the Amazon warehouse deals in a few weeks


I got this deal a week ago and the money was added to my account in a few days. The professional model for a lorry gave me £300 cash back which you don’t have to use all at once and the device was £219 from Argos. Some people still use stand alone devices because phones don’t recognise low bridges (so maybe don’t assume/troll a deal).


People still buy stand alone sat nav. Isn't that like hurting yourself?


I can't see why all there's the negativity. Seems like a perfectly legitimate and professional website to me...

Used Very Good TomTom Spark 3 Multi Sport GPS Fitness Watch - Large Strap, Black @ Amazon Warehouse Deals £97.95 Sold by Red-Rock-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 9th JulFound 9th Jul
used very good (14 in stock) for £56 :) Not a bad deal, some places over £100 new. Minor cosmetic imperfection on the bottom or back of item. Item will come in original packagin… Read more

Yeah there's a lot of options there.


Tom Tom runner 3 as well (y)

tomtom map updates - £11.98 (with code) @ TomTom
Found 7th JulFound 7th Jul
If you have to pay to update your tomtom maps like i do they're doing an offer, it says 30% off but when i put the code in, the 1 year 4 map update went from £39.95 to £11.98, i'm… Read more

Good tip OP - thanks I'm travelling to Canada and data is £6/MB so the phone won't be an viable option For some reason the units really hold their value on ebay so this is probably the best route


That's complete rubbish, I used my 6 year old Galaxy S3 as a satnav yesterday with waze in airplane mode (with no sim card) to a wifi hotspot (that definitely wasn't sending across a cell tower estimation). It was 100% using just GPS for it's location. Even my Sony Ericsson Elm, 'dumb' candybar phone I got in 2009 had real GPS that worked with google maps/Wisepilot, no estimation involved. A-GPS aka Assisted GPS just means it can (doesn't have to) use cell tower estimation to assist it in getting a faster GPS lock as it gives it a rough location so it knows that satellites cover the area to help it get a faster lock. Saying that I prefer Tomtom navigation for longer journeys normally, but when mine breaks I'd probably still just switch to Waze. The SD card doesn't run the software or the maps, it's just data storage, the actual device runs it and a lot of the old ones only have 32, 64 or 128mb ram so simply can't run the software, that's the same as a PC from the 90's, your phone probably has at least 1gb of ram. I don't think you understand how technology works, you might as well never buy a new phone or PC if you think the storage is the only thing that matters, just put Windows 10 and play the latest games on a 20 year old PC because it has a hard drive (lol)


Wrong! Modern phones DO have real GPS - if you are out of range of a cell tower they DO still work! Put your phone into Aircraft mode and run a mapping app - it will work! And yes GPS still functions in Aircraft mode as it is receive only.


That doesn't even make sense as a reply. I suggested all modern phones have a built in GPS. What's wrong with that? Seeing as they do!


I got 40% off the UK 1 year updates map so about £23 all in, first update in years so all good with new roads now ;-)

TomTom SPARK - Purple Haze - Small, £57.98  / Tomtom Spark Music £68.98 at Tomtom
Found 23rd JunFound 23rd Jun
TOMTOM SPARK MUSIC ( at £68.98 Key Features Track your activity 24/7 to improve your … Read more

To be fair my Tom Tom finds a GPS signal when I am still indoors tying my shoes, much faster than a similar price Garmin.


I bought this recently at the Argos ebay store for a fiver less. This is also a deal for the small sized band (check the size guide). The syncing is a little buggy - I had to remove other smart fitness products/ apps to get it to sync properly; the Tomtom App has to be in the foreground and the watch needs to be "awake" but after working this out it's been just fine and the GPS has picked up with no probs after the initial uses. As it seamlessly syncs with Strava, it works for me as a runner looking for a reasonably priced GPS watch and is half the price of a cheaper Forerunner. Recommended on that basis.


The GPS is poor on these unless you sync with the app every three days. I thought the sync might be to get the current GPS location from your device...but actually TomTom send the expected position of all GPS satellites as an update...but only for three days. If you haven't had an update with the current GPS locations then, even after an hour of searching, you won't be able to obtain a GPS lock. That's not too bad if the app works...but despite having a phone on their comparability list (Sony z3c) I've never been able to get the app to work. After a few weeks customer services gave up 9n me, telling me I needed to update the Bluetooth on my handset...which isn't possible as it's a chip, not a app. I sync using a laptop...which is a lot less convenient. The music watch works well, easy enough to getmusic on and paired first time with a cheap pair of Anker wireless headphones.


Ok, just checked the website, it is the outlet selling off the older version. I have not used it personally, but the reviews were not great when I researched a year ago. Anybody looking to buy this, please be aware that you are looking at the old version. The price looks good though!


All, Tom Tom Spark and Tom Tom Spark 3 are two different versions of the watch. The Spark 3 is the latest and is considered to be a significant update. I have had the spark 3 for the last year and it has been brilliant. The deal says Spark and not Spark 3, so just a warning. The spark and runner are exactly the same watch, just Tom Tom in some infinite wisdom decided to sell it under different names! Hope this helps :-)

Great price on Tom Tom Start 42-4.3 Inch Sat Nav £64.99 @ Amazon
Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
Tom Tom Start 42-4.3 Inch Sat Nav - Uk and Ireland Lifetime Maps Lifetime maps: Download free map updates with the latest road changes, for the life of your device 3 months speed c… Read more

Sygic is a good sat nav app


I think tomtoms are not appealing anymore after mobiles and map apps have become really good.


Just use Waze on your phone?


Just tried using Google maps on gran canaria, absolutely useless, no proper directions, no corrections if you go wrong. Left Tom Tom at home for weight/packing reasons. Now using Here which is better. Tom Tom way better for me.


Then you need a truckers sat nav and not this. That's how lorries get stuck down country lanes.

TomTom GO 5200 with WiFi - Lifetime World Maps, Traffic, Handsfree - SIM and Data Included £189.90 @ Amazon
Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
This is a pretty good deal. Albeit still a tad expensive but in terms of value for money its a steal. World maps, Wifi, Life time traffic and maps update. Hands free calling and re… Read more
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I drive for a living in cars not trucks and ive been using google maps since 2011 and ive had enough of it now to alkward going back to a satnav. Every time i get an email call or txt or anything i have to go off google maps then its alkward so have to take it out cradle then put it back in ect. If someone calls at a junction you cant see where your going just not practicle for a driver


The sim is just under the sticker at bottom no need to even take it apart but tomtom claim 7mb per day needed so i think the sims have a preset amount of data like say 7mb x 365 x 5 years would be around 13gb data if thats the case then maybe sim would run out in a month or two in your phone and be useless


Lol. You are very cunning man.... Or lady


Yeah apparently unlimited. No never done that!


Apple maps and Google maps make this device redundant. I think only use for purpose built sat nav now is driving a big Lorry where you need advice where your lorry will fit in .

TomTom VIA 52 5 Inch Traffic UK & ROI Lifetime Maps Sat Nav 1/3 off £79.99 @ Argos
Found 3rd JunFound 3rd Jun
If you’re looking for a base, UK and ROI sat nav with lifetime maps this is hard to beat, cheapest elsewhere is 96 on Amazon, these models have 3months traffic then £20/year if you… Read more

Needs expiring


Gone back up in price again


I don't know about 'very old' but my 5 year old Tom Tom no longer updates unfortunately.




Thanks. That's done it. I had to go to more settings and turn off visual disturbances too (y)

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