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TomTom ONE v3 Europe Satellite Navigation System (Without Bluetooth)

by TomTom

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  • 3.5" LCD Touchscreen
  • TomTom MapShare
  • USB Port
  • Lithium-Ion battery
  • 2D or 3D display

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 9.6 x 8.2 cm ; 172 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 907 g
  • Item model number: 1N01010
  • ASIN: B000TXDOW4
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 19 July 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 50,304 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Review

Its user-friendly interface, accurate navigation and compact, sturdy design make it a real winner -- What Laptop?

Box Contains

  • TomTom ONE device
  • Windscreen holder
  • USB Car Charger and USB cable
  • Installation poster
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Accessory & Plus Leaflet
  • SWLA / EULA (warranty/legal paperwork)

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Arcticwolf on 27 Dec 2007
I got this sat nav as an early xmas present and have been pleasantly surprised, given that it has had mixed reviews. I have found it an absolute breeze to use, working straight out of the box with virtually no setting up at all. It picks up an excellent signal from around 7-8 satellites most of the time and the instructions are clear and given well in advance. The unit is very small and neat, ideal for just popping in your pocket when you leave. I've had no problem with the windscreen mount unlike some people, although I may purchase a vent mounting so it isn't so obviously sat in the window for thieves to see! Planning a route is very straightforward via 'navigate to..' using current position as departure point or from any other location using the 'A-B prepare route' in the main menu. It has loads of customisable features and includes speed camera warnings which can be updated on line with a £20 charge. I have, however, had a problem updating my unit with the most up-to-date maps. I would definitely recommend creating a back up copy of the existing map before you delete it from the unit and download the new one, because if it doesn't download correctly, like mine didn't, you might lose all maps!
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By J. Mitchard on 8 May 2008
Well I himmed and haaaed about getting the TOM TOM Europe. Especially after reading the reviews. But I'm very pleased I did. Fortunately it arrived in time for my mammoth trip to North Holland. What can I say it worked like a dream, having previously had a bump from looking at maps whilst driving in Europe a couple of years a go - if you haven't got a map reader in the passenger seat this is even better anyway! It calculates the route - tells you how far you have to go until the next turning, also the total miles to go. You can easily recalculate the route to include an extra stop, if you're going via Ferry rather than Channel Tunnel as I was. But it really came into its own when faced with road closures. What can I say, with a simple tap it recalculated my route within seconds and I was being guided through back lanes I would not have stood a chance of navigating. I was left free to glance at all the lovely windmills whilst it gave me directions, a real treat. I was squeaking with joy at my new toy! What would have taken me an extra 2 hours ended only adding 20 minutes to my journey, thank you TOM TOM. As for all the problem speak about the Tom Tom mounting, I had trouble removing mine from the window, couldn't get it off without putting a blade end under it. I think it must be important to lick the sucker pad to create a good suction, but it was solid and firm for sure.
It also tells you where the speed cameras are surely this is cheating!? But hey pretty handy! I have plugged it into my MAC and it works fine with Leopard although I have not made a back up yet of the TOM TOM HD as suggested - I had the feeling this may take a few hours - an over night job to be left whilst I sleep. I give this bit of kit 5 stars for the price (£115) I think this is invaluable.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By P. BONE on 19 Feb 2008
After reading all the reviews I finally took the plunge and bought the TomTom ONE V3 Europe and have not been dissapointed. I also bought the optional carry case and mains charger so I can charge it up before I go. Saves having an annoying cigar lighter lead trailing around the car. The unit works OK sitting by the handbrake in the centre console. I find this less distracting and saves trying to stick it to the windscreen. It is easy to follow just the spoken instructions.
Doesn't take very long to plan a route and it reacts very quickly if you take a diversion. Unit has always found enough satellites with no problem, even indoors!
I set the unit up using TomTom Home on my Apple imac with no problem. I like the idea of MapShare and even uploaded a local road closure that the built-in mapping didn't know about.
The only thing you have to get used to is the very sensitive touch screen. My daughter has no problems but my sausage fingers occasionally pick the wrong thing.
Very impressed with it so far. Hope to use it when I do a trip to the south of France in a few months time.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Gj Masterton on 29 April 2008
Having used Tomtom for several years around the continent in the form of Navigator 5 on my phone i decided to upgrade it to a standalone unit that had all of Europe on it. In France this spring we decided to hire a Garmin 350 to see how it was. I admit that Tomtom can appear to have quite a few options to it and some people find the simpler interface of the Garmin easier. Personally I found the Garmin unit very frustratingly basic and unable to do simple things that my Tomtom unit had been doing for years (advanced planning and itineraries) to let me plan multiple destination trips whilst on holiday. Sometimes i simply want to know how long it takes to get from one place to another. Garmin does not allow this easily.

The Tomtom is by no means perfect and the maps can sometimes be frustratingly out of date but mapshare seems to work well and the thousands of free updates I've received seem to have sorted some of the glitches out. I live in Edinburgh and if mapshare can navigate me around the nightmare the tramworks have caused I can only recommend it highly.

One major frustration I had with the old Navigator was the inability to install it using my Mac. That issue has disappeared now with Tomtom Home. Software that installs on both mac and PC. It starts up whenever you plug your Tomtom in to the computer and tells you what updates are available. I must admit to being very impressed.

I installed Tomtom home on my parents computer at the weekend and my father has finally been coaxed onto the computer after it being my mothers domain for 5 years. He's already updated his maps for free, bought speed camera updates and keeps phoning to let me listen to the latest voice he's installed.

If you are swithering between Tomtom and Garmin like I have for a year.. I couldn't recommend the Tomtom One highly enough.
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