Summary: This is my review for the TomTom GO 930T - US, Canada and Europe Automotive Mountable GPS Receiver A very good description of the product. Everything only good things to say. Can recommend seller
Summary: This item was listed as "refurbished". Fair enough. It blew up about the 10th time I plugged it in to use it. I realised that there was no warranty, and I was prepared to pay for the repair to be done by TomTom. However, I needed a receipt from the seller to show that it was legally mine.
Summary: I bought this product because it was on special offer in argos. At the same time Iwas thinking about a garmin upgrade and I wish I done that. I live in Northern Ireland and the maps are ropey to say the least eg directions to roads that dont exist or roads still under construction.
Summary: Great product. Not too much difference between this and the 910 I had stolen. Bit lighter, and better screen mount. Also, it does this nice thing where it changes colour at a motorway intersection, making it very clear which lane to take.
Summary: I have found the Go 930T excellent but for being very slow in logging into satellites. For earlier versions e.g. Go 920 you could update the satnav using TomTom's QuickGPSfix program after which you would find a satellite in well under a minute.
Summary: I have only used factory-fitted Sat Navs before, but this one is so much better. More intuitive, very clever at re-routing when I meet traffic, and it has so many functions I'll probably never use them all! I find the speed camera warning function very useful when I'm in an area I don't know well.
Summary: I bought this to replace my old sat nav on a PDA, which was out of date and not upgradable. I wanted a system which was reliable, upgradable, and had a some features to satisfy my gadget side! In the end I plumped for the 930T after looking at the 730T and Garmins systems.
Summary: I have always been a loyal supporter of tom tom nothing can beat them in their products usability but this version has been let down by its battery life, it doesnt have a battery indicator telling you how long is left and doesnt last very long anyway so always needs to be plugged in which brings on...