TomTom One Classic United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland Reviews
Product Type: Tomtom in GPS Navigation
Description:Model ID 1EC0.013.00 / TomTom ONE Classic United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland - GPS receiver - automotive / Your device couldn't be simpler to use - just plug in and tap the touch screen of TomTom ONE Classic United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland. You will be on your way very ... more
TomTom One Classic United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland ... quickly with TomTom's intuitive user interface.
TomTom ONE Classic United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland features Map Share technology. Make corrections to your own map and benefit from thousands of corrections made by TomTom users every day - free of charge. Your device comes with fixed safety camera alerts pre-installed, to help you to drive more safely and responsibly. This TomTom device is compatible with TomTom's TMC Traffic Receivers, so your routing can be optimized for the traffic ahead.
Newest Review: ... I came accross the receipt last week after filing receipts from christmas etc) but I think these days that is more priced ... more
Customer TomTom One Classic United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland Reviews (14)
by - written on 29/08/10 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Do you remember the numerous lame Seventies TV sitcoms in which the nuclear family would set off for their holidays nearly always in a ford Capri and the mother would be sat in the passenger's seat directing dad, she would obviously misread the map and they would normally end up in a muddy field with cows all around looking in. Well if you're in your thirties or forties you'll certainly remember the tortuous journeys spent with harassed parents as they tried to make out the AA road map to Barry Island or Skegness. So here is the modern day answer, TomTom is a company which makes navigator aids for those who can't read a map. The TomTom use a GPS signal to plot ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/05/10, updated on 09/09/10 (Very useful, 206 readings)
When I started driving, I realised very quickly that I was awful at map reading, kept losing directions written down or printed, and that outside of my local area, I had no idea where I was going, so I decided to buy a sat nav. My inital deciding factor to buy the TomTom One Classic was the fact it was on a special sale with £60 off the usual price. I knew I wanted a TomTom as some of my family had one already, and they seemed to be the most reliable out of all the ones I had previous experience with. The TomTom One Classic is a general sized sat nav, with a large enough screen that all details I need to see can be seen. The outer casing is a light gray color, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/04/10, updated on 02/04/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I purchased the TomTom One SatNav second hand from a friend. For a week, it worked perfectly. Then, the voice cut off, and it's never returned. Turns out that the speakers inside these devices have a habit of breaking. Luckily, the TomTom is easy to use with or without the sound. Sure, it'd be nice to have a man or woman instructing me (my personal choice for a week was a friendly Irish man who seemed all too happy to cheerily tell me how to get from Preston to Manchester), but the device comes with a 3.5 inch screen and fits onto my dashboard, and is fine to use without. It has a very clear screen (anti-glare), with a range of symbols telling you what your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I finally got round to buying a SatNav one day when my wife called me to say she'd got lost driving round the city and had ended up driving the wrong way up a one way street! By the time she got home i'd been out to halfords and bought this TomTom. What may have started as a "Quick buy" has since proved amazingly valuable. I do a lot of travelling and used to rely on maps and my sense of direction, but no more! I can now concentrate on driving safely rather than having one eye on the road, and another on the map! This particular model comes with preloaded maps for the UK and Ireland and has been pretty much spot on for most places i've ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/10 (Very useful, 14 readings)
I've had my TomTom One for years. Can't remember when i got it, but it was back when Sat navs hadn't been out all that long. I think it was about 4 years ago but could be slightly longer. Since they were more rare sort of, there wasn't any aftermarket cheaper brands, It was all about Garmin's and TomToms, the brand named ones. I paid £250 for this. I didn't really need one to be honest. Looking back I was just trying to be a poser and being male and into gadgets I got one. I have to say it has come in handy over the years, but perhaps not £250 handy! My one looks different to the Dooyoo picture. Mines is a black screen one, but the picture on it ... Read the complete review
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