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TomTom ONE Traffic Europe 22 - v4 Satellite Navigation -Western Europe Traffic Edition

by TomTom
11 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Item Weight: 540 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 499 g
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Item model number: 1EE0.002.05
  • ASIN: B0018NPKXK
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 29 April 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 146,586 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

Easy and smart navigation including free traffic updates for life.   3.5' touchscreen,  maps of Western Europe , ultra slim design with EasyPort mount and loud and clear voice instructions.  Complete with safety camera locations.  TomTom latest map guarantee, TomTom Mapshare

Manufacturer's Description

TomTom One - Simple navigation from A to B


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Plug & Go
Your device couldn't be simpler to use - just plug in and tap the touch screen. You will be on your way very quickly with our intuitive user interface.
  Spoken Instructions:
A larger speaker gives you the best audio quality, eliminating distortions so you hear your instructions loud and clear.
  PIN Lock:
Make sure no-one else can use the information in your TomTom device with a secure PIN lock.
  Help Me! Menu
You can find help with local emergency service information at your fingertips. From hospitals to roadside assistance, this information will be useful in any area.
  TomTom Map Share
Make corrections to your own map and benefit from thousands of corrections made by TomTom users every day - free of charge.
 
Pre Installed Safety Camera Database
Your device comes with fixed safety camera alerts pre-installed, to help you drive more safely and responsibly.
  Future Proof via TomTom Home
Everything you need to keep your TomTom device up to date - get new software, download new maps, access free content from the TomTom community and subscribe to services.
  3.5-inch screen
Touch screen technology gives you the easiest operation to make using your device a pleasure.
  RDS TMC
Plug in your Traffic Receiver and as soon as an update comes in, your device will recalculate travel time and suggest alternative routings if they are better.
  EasyPort
The EasyPort mount folds neatly onto the back of the device, so both are small enough to fit into your pocket, bag or glove compartment. The EasyPort mount makes your device even more portable so you can take it with you wherever you travel.

TomTom One - All you need in a portable car navigator


Easiest To Use
Easy to use

Plug and go

Award-winning software
  Best Maps
Best maps

Latest map guarantee

TomTom Mapshare - update your map daily - for free!
  Best Routing and Traffic Updates
Best routing and traffic Updates

Free traffic updates for life with RDS-TMC (on traffic models only)
  Leader in Safety
Leader in safety

Pre-installed safety camera alerts

Help Me menu

Tele Atlas
TomTom is powered by Tele Atlas Quality Maps
Tele Atlas is a leading worldwide map data provider for personal navigation solutions. In a rapidly expanding industry and changing world, Tele Atlas continuously produces rich, fresh and accurate quality maps. Tele Atlas brand promise: find more, reflects how we see a world where people do not just want to move from A to B, but want to find interesting things and paces on the way; restaurants, hotels, petrol stations, museums and so on. It's not just guiding users to destinations but also helping them to easily find the people, places and products that interest them the most.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Paul Darken on 8 Dec. 2008
Verified Purchase
Had this a few days now after my TomTom Go 910 began failing to charge. Please to see they use a small USB which is more robust and the holder isn't the connector either which will make it more robust.

I've gone from the larger screen to the small one but it hasn't made any difference. Maybe it's because I also bought the vent mount which is a good option as there's no marks left on the screen and it brings the TomTom closer making it easier to use.

The Traffic option is good although not perfect. As soon as I got out of my road it gave me a 15 minute delay update and re-routed me. Great! Today it could only take me through the jam though as it didn't receive the update until I almost arrived at the queue. That's probably due to the broadcast being late though. If there's nothing you can do but go through the jam then you're no better off but it's nice to know how long the delay is likely to be which the device gladly informs you of along with the distance to the jam. If there's 2 jams it will tell you about both, although only give details on the first.

The mapshare is a great idea. It updated only when I used the option to trust many people who had made the same change but weren't confirmed by TomTom. From what I've found so far they are accurate. I've also done a couple of my own which is great.

As for tracking the satellites it does it very quickly. It takes seconds rather than the minutes it took on my Go 910. Great improvement.

I have noticed that if you put too many POIs in then the software does seem to slow down and your car can be ahead of TomTom where I missed a turn as a result. I removed some POIs that I really didn't need (still leaving a lot on there though) and it is fine now.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Paul Walker on 6 Dec. 2008
Took the unit on a trip today and it performed well.

The Screen
Small but pefectly formed, does the job well with good clarity.
I was considering the wide screen model but as it is not a TV there is no
need for WS.

The Software
Easy to use, you do not need to be a computer wizz to work it out. A quick look at the manual and a tinker with the menu and you are off.

The Mount
Good construction, I was driving on a cobbled street and the unit stayed firm on the window.

In summary a great toy for the money, it makes you want to drive more and use the car for more than to get you to work and back. You still need common sense and read the road signs too.
The traffic feature is a good addition but makes your dash look a little messy with the extra wires. A minor gripe but thought I should comment on everything.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Captain Backfire on 12 Jun. 2009
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I had a TomTom Go 710 a couple of years ago which I returned after it wouldn't switch on when it was 2 months old. So far so good with this one. Based on my previous experience and mixed reviews on Amazon I simply couldn't decide which SatNav / TomTom to buy so in the end I went for a budget one. Having read reports about contents being wiped when maps update the first thing I did was copy the TomTom contents to my PC. Having said that when I came to update the maps it worked fine. The TomTom comes with a USB PC connector, Car Charger Lead and Traffic Antenna Lead. I bought a seperate mains charger for a couple of quid seperately. The memory is internal ( no SD card).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By sosidge on 17 Jun. 2009
We've now owned the TomTom for a couple of months, it's got us out of a couple of sticky situations - and also tried to get us into a couple too!

I'll go into more detail about the pros and cons below. I should also mention that ours is the Traffic 31 which we bought from a well known UK high street retailer on a better-than-Amazon deal at the time.

First though, a quick response to the earlier one star reviews. The traffic dongle works just fine in our car, wherever we have been. Attach the antenna suckers to the screen and it picks up the traffic details within a minute or so (I've read elsewhere that it uses Classic FM for the info). We have no memory issues with the maps on the 31 version, but perhaps the 31 has more memory anyway.

Now for the pros...

- As a navigation device it definitely does work. It has got us to every destination we have asked it to around the South West and Wales. It even suggests handy routes around town that we did not know about.
- It is especially useful if you miss a turning because it recalculates a new route almost instantly - which would be a real pain to do if you were the only person in the car and working from maps.
- It is very easy to use for the basic function of navigating to known addresses.
- The suction mount works very well, holding the unit secure on the screen, removing easily, and taking up very little space in your bag.
- Connect it to your PC and you get regular software updates (although not maps, which they charge for).

And the cons...

- Don't forget to drive the road first and the satnav second!
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