TomTom XL Live IQ Routes edition Europe 42 Reviews
Product Type: Tomtom in GPS Navigation
Description:Model ID 1EL0.002.05 / TomTom XL LIVE IQ Routes edition Europe 42 - GPS receiver - automotive / With TomTom XL, the attractive EasyPort mount can be left on the device and folded flat after use. The complete unit, including the mount, is then small enough to fit into a shirt pocket ... more
TomTom XL Live IQ Routes edition Europe 42 ... or bag when you leave the vehicle.
In addition, the TomTom XL is equipped with a completely revised audio system so that navigation instructions are even more loud and clear at all times - even above outside traffic noise or a car full of excited children.
Newest Review: ... launched! After some internal debate, I decided that if I was going to get one at all, I might as well get a decent one, ... more
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Customer TomTom XL Live IQ Routes edition Europe 42 Reviews (5)
by - written on 16/08/13 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Before getting my Tomtom, I'd have described myself as a nervous driver. Not nervous in that I didn't know what to do, or was scared, when on the roads, but I'd find myself getting nervous if I didn't know exactly where I was going. I'd planned to buy a satnav for some time, but had found myself put off by the cost. They aren't cheap, and for someone on quite a tight budget, I wandered if I'd use it enough to justify the cost. Anyway, I researched around, and time and time again, Tomtom were coming out as the brand to rely on, despite the annoying tv adverts I remember from when they first launched! After some internal debate, I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/05/11 (Very useful, 12 readings)
I'll start by saying I was a late adopter of sat nav technology and if we were going on a day out somewhere unfamiliar I would simple use one of the Free online route finders to plan my journey. Most of the time this was ok, but if you take a wrong turn, are diverted or the instructions are wrong as they sometimes are, they you are well and truly goosed and left driving round in circles trying to get your bearings. I spent a long time researching and reading reviews before finally selecting this sat nav. What I will say is there is a good reason why TOMTOM are the market leader, it's because they are the best. They are so straight forward to use and they get ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/11 (Useful, 13 readings)
I've just brought this Tomtom sat nav, I could not decide between tomtom or Garmin but everyone advised me tomtom was better so went and brought one! I'd never used a satnav before but find it very useful especially on my recent trip to devon! It is easy to set up, just plug it into your computer so it can upload any updates. To plan a route simply enter the postcode or search for the place on the map and click go! The instructions are given clearly and the map shows exactly where you are and when you are on the motorway you are given a junction view which is helpful! With the model I brought I get 1years free LIVE info which I think costs around ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/05/11 (Useful, 13 readings)
I bought this Sat Nav just before driving into Europe last year. I was heading into the middle of Germany with a rowing boat trailer on the back of my car so decided having a reliable route guidance system would reduce some of the stress. It worked as well. At no stage were we lost or did we get close to being lost. The screen is big and the directions are clear so you always know where you're going. It hasn't all been plain sailing though, I've had a couple of issues. Once it's tried to take me down a road that was a pedestrian only farm track, and a couple of times it has failed to find my destination at all. But by far the most frustrating thing is the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/11 (Useful, 8 readings)
I first bought this Tom Tom refurbished from Tesco Outlet. It was £129.99 which I thought was a very good price. Also it came with a years free Live subscription worth about £50. So it seems well worth the money. I'd had a Tom Tom before and thought it was great but not very modern looking. Also I had never tried the Live services before and thought it would be interesting. When I first recieved it the first thing I thought was how better it looked compared to my old one. It had a wide screen which I thought was great. I had a few problems setting up the Live subscription but once done I thought it was amazing. The traffic is so helpful. It had the weather ... Read the complete review