If TomTom device fails due to manufacturer's fault, TomTom will make you pay at least 105 Euros for manufacturer's fault!
Kirill Golubev, Amazon
16 February 2015
Summary: I bought my device in October 2012. My TomTom started to have connection problems with PC when I needed to update maps. In January 2014 for no reason my Go Live 820 4.3" stopped being recognized completely by my PC or Mac, although was navigating good.
Summary: I bought a Tom Tom 820 live as my old 720 was getting slower. I have regularly updated my devises as I use them as part of my job. The 820 live was great, quick, easy to follow. However just outside the guarantee period it started playing up.
Summary: I am still in the middle of using this Tom Tom, it is so inaccurate I am just not able to rely upon. I have down loaded all available up dates. It was purchased for my journey down to the Algarve and back and it does nothing but frustrate. It is not a case of "Picnic" person in chair not in control.
Summary: I bought this TomTom 820 based on reviews and positive experience with 2 earlier models. Unfortunately the experience hasn't been good compared to earlier models. Despite having a supported phone and the devices pairing it wasn't possible to make or receive calls (fine with other handsfree) and...
Summary: The Sat Nav itself is excellent but I was disappointed that the second day I turned it on it informed me that the maps were 10 months old and I should consider renewing them. I do not expect this when paying for a brand new Sat Nav and am surprised that Amazon are selling Sat Navs with out of date...
Summary: I have owned the Via Live 120 EU since February of 2011, and 9-10 Months on tomtom have now stopped making the Via Live 120, and replaced it with the Go Live 820, that's right for the entire duration of its release tomtom have listed "Mapshare" as a feature when in fact it never has worked!
Summary: All seemed to go well until it stared taking me down farm roads, endless country lanes and worst still the wrong way on the motorway after coming off at M6 toll rd service station. Instead of taking me 'Home' it tried to take me back to where I had come from.
Summary: I bought this satnav as an upgrade from my original TomTom 1 version 2. It really is a Jekyll and Hyde device. When it works it is great, really great. The smart routing automatically guided me around a slow horse-box one time, and the traffic alerts are way more accurate than overhead gantry signs...