Summary: It occasionally gives me odd directions. And I can't get it to stick to my dashboard. But, this little number has pulled me through more times than I can count. Basic, few frills, but reliable GPS.
Summary: the disposal was a direct replacement and installation took about one hour. My last g.e. disposal was almost 7 years old so I decided to go with the ge again. the TomTom was a gift for my daughter a long time ago and she used it and liked it. I have not started the repair with the Bondo products to date.
Summary: Buying used or refurbished is the way to go, as far as I'm concerned. Bought this gps as used. Saved a ton of money. Had one just like it that crashed, so knew what I was buying, except the description said it said the road names (old one didn't), but so far it's keeping the road names to itself :( That's why the 4 star rating.
I got what I paid for, but would suggest buying a better model.
5 December 2011
Summary: I bought product becouse I wanted a esay to use GPS. The seller description said TomTom One 130S but actually it was TomTom One, earlier model. Get it only if it is your first GPS and want to get familiar with how they work. Screen and voice is Ok.
Summary: Basic GPS unit for those of an older age who do not use smart phones. The screen is small but for the price, a very nice unit. Touch screen and color graphics are a nice touch. If you are looking for the no frills, basic navigation system, save $50+ and buy the 'One'.