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TomTom ONE XL Satellite Navigation System with Case, RDS-TMC Traffic Receiver and European Maps
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- Plug & Go - works straight out of the box
- Large 4.3" high quality touchscreen
- Portable, light and easy to handle
- Find your location quicker than ever before with TomTom's free QuickGPSfix software
- Fast route calculation and re-routing if roadblocks occur
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Latest TomTom ONE XL - Western Europe
The world's number 1 portable car navigator now with a wider screen
TomTom ONE XL: the worlds #1 portable SatNav now with wider screen.
At its heart lies TomToms award-winning plug-and-go navigation software, but the new 4.3" wide high-quality touchscreen makes navigating even easier.
Your TomTom ONE XL has a pre-installed database of safety camera locations in the UK. This database is fully integrated in your TomTom ONE XL navigation software and alerts to warn you when there is a fixed safety camera on your route.
Theres a large choice of route options and to make your trip complete, thousands of useful and fun Points of Interest pre-installed for on the way.
In other words, the TomTom ONE XL makes getting there better than ever.
Easy to use
Plug & Go: works straight out of the box.
Large 4.3" high quality touchscreen.
Easy-to-use navigation: with user-friendly menu and TomTom's award winning software.
Portable, light and easy to handle.
Drive relaxed, travel safely,
Great Navigation: Find your location quicker than ever before with TomTom's QuickGPSfix software
Crystal clear 3D and 2D graphics for perfect viewing day and night
Smart & Fun extras
Ready for TomTom PLUS services: real time information on traffic congestions, weather conditions and extra downloads such as detailed city maps, scenic routes, additional voices, Points Of Interest and much more. (Subscription and mobile phone with Bluetooth and GPRS needed)
Buddy finder: instant messaging and navigation come together. Locate and keep in touch with your friends
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 places on the way: restaurants, hotels, petrol stations, museums and so on. It's not about just guiding users to destinations but also helping them easily find the people, places and products that interest them the most.
Top Customer Reviews
I can't comment on J.E.Preston's problems but my brief experience after my first long-ish drive have been very good.
It took me there and , after telling it to avoid M5 near Bristol on the way back, brought me home flawlessly.
Map Errors? In my limited driving I found one or two traffic-light controlled junctions were not indicated (in Gloucester) but if you casually look at the on-screen distance-before-next-turn value then it's no problem. The need to use my 23 working brain cells didn't stress me too much! And is this worse or better than any other makes? I can't imagine it possible to keep maps 100% up to date, especially with daft Councils fiddling with minor/village roads. See MapShare below...
I found the TomTom ONE XL easy to use and (after memorising what the on-screen things mean) was perfectly clear.
The screen/backlighting was very good. Voice quality and auto volume control was impressive.
All aspects are better than my last one and better in many ways than the wife's in-car one.
MAPSHARE: The shared Map Corrections feedback feature is an excellent idea assuming it is used properly. No doubt there are many minor map glitches and being able to feed it back for other users is excellent. I hope others use it and provide feedback for others (inlcuding me) to share!! So, don't moan, do a 'Correct a Map Error' instead :-)
My ONLY niggle is the screen press-to-next-press time is too quick and on several occasions , when going over a bump, I inadvertently pressed twice/thrice and went 'too deep' into a menu, then had to get back and have another go. This is NOT GOOD when driving.
This really SHOULD be user-adjustable like the double-click speed is on PC Mouse drivers.Read more ›
I have read a number of reviews of problems with the XL's window mount being difficult to put the sat nav on and off, but the simple solution I found right away was to turn the mount head 90degrees one way, slide your sat nav on, then straighten back upright.
Am very glad to have gotten the case with mine as is something I would have had to buy and am always using it to store in.
The traffic extra I didnt realise that you have to pay a subscription fee to get this. So even though I have the cable I wont be using it as Im not going to be paying £30 a year for traffic updates or £35 a year for traffic and speed cameras. If I had realised this I wouldnt have bother with that so much.
The European Maps will be good but I cant see me using them much at all.
The thing that confused me the most when shopping for a sat nav was that TomTom seem to have changed the One XL from a yellow box to an blue box. One is called One XL GB and the other One XL Classic - basically the same thing but the 'Classic' is the new name and box. Had to go into a shop to find out I had been looking at the same thing just old and new packaging as couldnt find the information anywhere!
Only other thing is I wish that when you add a favorite address you could put the name of the place of that address in, and share that information as part of map-share. For eg - two of my local cinemas arent listed and when Ive put in the postcodes, although it finds the place I cant then add 'Odeon'. And i noticed that it still has listed postoffices that are no longer open (as part of all the smaller ones getting closed). These sort of updates would be very usefull to share too.
All in all great sat nav, and cant wait to use on a long journey.
Purchased this item this week and found it easy enough to set-up and update through the provided DVD.
The worst fault is that the mapping and safety camera data is hopelessly out of date (I borrowed a friends TomTom the other week and that was the same but I thought that a newer version would at least be up to date).
It has failed to recognise the significant junction changes at the M58/M57 intersection which were completed some years ago. It has not recognised local safety cameras which have been there for in excess of 10 years. It warns of a '50' safety camera when the limit there is '60' - and that speed is shown on the information bar. Tried to send me up a one-way street which has been there for years and tries to take me along a narrow 'no-through road' lane and round in a circle when my destination is 1/2 mile on a straight road in exactly the opposite direction. What is going on here ?
May seem minor niggles, but it does not inspire confidence when you are testing it in your own backyard and find these faults and idiosyncracies.
Absolutely chock-full of features, but I do wonder if all Sat-Nav systems are so out of date. I have used the MapShare update facility as well - which incidentally, my neighbour used to correct the incorrect local lane issue some months ago - apparently without effect.
Overall, a handy piece of kit if you have no option but to let it have it's head in an unkown area AND I do like the facility of showing your speed and the limit for that road as you drive along even though it gets that wrong on occasions.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good sat nav but dated. Better off using Nokia drive or google maps for your sat nav, as speed cameras and traffic reports are current. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Pip
Brought as a present for the little sister who is always lost!!! Well it works she's never been lost since and she raves about the traffic thing. Read morePublished on 30 May 2014 by CJS
Good at the time it's a shame it's going out off date so quickly and updates are so expensive! Good price!Published on 26 Nov. 2012 by Malgorzata Juliani
Its an amazing value package. Glad I bought it. Map was slightly out of date, but once I had updated it online (free of cost), it works fine. Have been using it for 3 years now. Read morePublished on 18 Sept. 2012 by Camelraja
Arrived within the estimated time. It was a birthday present and the receiver was very pleased and hasn't complained since.Published on 16 April 2010 by H. Kill
This is a great SatNav. The bigger screen is a nice luxury - not really essential, but like it now I have it! Read morePublished on 17 Sept. 2009 by P. BARTON