TomTom Start Sat-Nav video review



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TomTom has pared down features to the bare essentials to create the Start. However, it still gets the basic job of getting from A to B done and at £89.99, the Start is a bargain. If all you want is a dependable sat-nav for the occasional trip rather than daily commuting, TomTom’s Start offers the best value currently available.

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January 9, 2010, 7:24 pm

I still use my 5 year old, battered TomTom Go when I need a dedicated satnav - never updated the maps either, and it's still brilliant! (I do use my HTC HD2 and iGo too).

I really like the size of this but the price is still beyond a no-brainer to update. I think a really sweet spot would be £50 for the UK and £75 with full European maps. I'm still a sucker for stand alone devices and even though every phone under the sun has a sat nav option these days, there will always be a place for a TomTom device.

Sweet looking 968 there in the background :)


January 10, 2010, 1:45 pm

Any idea how long the battery lasts, this looks perfect to tape to the tank on my moterbike (in a plastic bag in the rain)


January 11, 2010, 8:37 pm

complete no brainer here, if you don't already have a sat nav and want one don't even think about buying this just do, tom tom is by far the best sat nav IMO


November 28, 2014, 9:36 pm

the tomtom start is ok but loses signal too often the keyboard is rubish can they not revert to the old keyboard with letters and numbers on the same screen inputting a london postcode has now become a mission as you have to change from letters to numbers a few times during the process
tomtom please sort this out

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