Summary: I owned a TOMTOM Via 1535TM and purchased the TomTom GO 2535TM which I thought would be an upgrade. Both devices use the same software and have the same feautures. GO advantages - quicker processing time of commands + better speakers GO cons - heavier GPS and poor product design of mount makes the...
I agree - highly misleading advertising for lifetime map updates
Keri Kornelson, Amazon
23 June 2013
Summary: Regarding the many comments below about Lifetime Updates not including the maps of Europe, I submit the following pages from TomTom: http://www.tomtom.com/en_us/maps/lifetime-map-updates/ Nowhere on this page does it say the updates don't include Europe.
Summary: This is my second tom tom, I am pleased with the overall ease of use. The only con would be that it takes longer to get to the actual screen showing your route. Overall, I really like this GPS device.
Summary: This GPS is much nicer than my old Tom Tom Go 910. I particularly like the split screen when you are about to change interstates or different roads of traveling. I am still trying to figure out how I can run an Audio Output line from the Unit (does not seem to have an outlet for a line out) to my...
Summary: I bought this product because I was living France and America. And after the first update I realized that the Free "LifeTime" concept was only working for US/CAN/MEX, and that I have to pay to update for Europe.
Summary: Ok, the device is great. It's the second one I've owned from TomTom. This one the windshield bracket is loose and the device droops down and I cannot view the screen. So I’ve been in contact with customer service six times, each time they go through the same script, elevate my order to the finance...
Summary: This product was a continual disappointment. I had to send it back in the beginning and wait longer and longer for a refurbished one to come. Finally, I bought another. Now I have two - one new and the other refurbished after sending a new one in.