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  • Build Quality
    4.0 (1)
  • Value for Money
    4.0 (1)
  • Ease of Use
    4.0 (1)
  • Battery Life
    4.0 (1)
  • Route Choice
    4.0 (1)
  • GPS Location Accuracy
    5.0 (1)
David F.

David F.Perth, WA

  • 4 reviews
  • 1 like

Very impressed but only bought because TomTom stopped supporting my old model


Works just fine and the windscreen clip makes it easy to remove when parked. The ability to update maps via WiFi (no computer needed) is excellent and much appreciated. Very easy to set up and lots of voices to choose from. But not happy when TomTom refused to supply any more LIFETIME maps to the old model though. They sure do have a strange idea of what "lifetime" means. Hope they support this model more than they did their earlier ones.

Purchased for A$209.00.

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  • 12 reviews
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Great sat nav that has all the features you need


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Darryl S.

Darryl S.asked

Do they still make Tom Tom Go 620

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Steven C.

Steven C.asked

I have a tomtom 5200. At the time I purchased I thought it was great and it was fantastic for a while. Now my tomtom sim card doesn't connect to traffic (really bad) it uses GPRS for traffic but now my traffic on my device is always disconnected. I have used the mydrive app to connect to my android phone to see if I could traffic data that way. I managed to get phone messaging and hand free calls working but on the tomtom data for traffic always shows unable to connect. on the mydrive app it shows that I have tomtom traffic activated until 2023 but still I have no traffic data on my device. The tomtom Go 5200 is an expensive device but without traffic the device is not worth the price, as for hands free calling and messaging using the mydrive app I would say most newish cars support this better now anyway so I don't use those features.

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