TomTom One 130
Manufacturer: TomTom Part number: 1EE0.052.01
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Nice For The $$--Shop Around And Find A Deal
by repo33 on June 13, 2009
Pros: Easy to use, fun 'poi's (with 69 pages of free poi downloads from site), COMES WITH NEW MAPS...GUARANTEED!, reliable, very informative display and cool new mounting technology
Cons: The compass seems to reverse east and west, but north and south are right. Read the whole review...
Summary: I had a TomTom One 3rd Gen. before this one so I was already used to it, but the compass issue existed on that one too. I thought the old ...
Summary: I had a TomTom One 3rd Gen. before this one so I was already used to it, but the compass issue existed on that one too. I thought the old one was broke (i got it used) so I just learned to live with it, everything else worked fine. Long story, but, the One 3rd Gen. got crushed by a drunk hillbilly in my driveway. I was to blame too (she wants me to say that), so I started looking around for a new ONE. Get it? Anyway...I went to all the sites from Wally World to BB to Newegg. I discovered that Targay had it on sale for 109, at BB it was 129. I had a reward zone card from BB for 10 so I was hoping to get it there. I said to the guy at BB that the people across the street have it for 20 cheaper and that if he would match it I would get it. He did and I used my $10 reward zone credit so I got it for $99 (106 after tax).There seems to be alot of confusion about TomTom devices...it WILL find everything! The UI is very specific, you answer (navigate thru) some questions, the intent is to speed up processing time. Also, not a good idea to add every poi from tomtom home. I did this and found that there was too much software conflict...or something... It comes with ALOT of poi's installed, then you use tomtom home to add ones specific to you and your area (you get "brand" icons instead of generic ones). Want a tip? Make sure your searches are reletive to the right area. In the left bottom corner in fine print it says "relative to...." and the area the device is searching poi's in. EVERYTHING is a Point Of Interest or POI. The screen that you enter where to search has icons for: POI near you, POI in city and POI near home. I always choose "POI near you" unless I'm looking for something far away. Then use POI in city... BTW, the compass isn't weird, it always points N...no matter what you set it to. ;^)
The compass isnt that big of an issue. It works, its just that if its pointing due east you're actually going due west. If its pointing NW its really NE and also SW is really SE...you get the idea. It is accurate for due north and due south. You get used to it and can read it just fine after awhile. Like I said, I was already used to this cuz of the 3rd Gen. One. Notice that even knowing the compass in these things are kinda screwy I still bought another ONE.
The "new map guarantee" is a major reason to pick TomTom over all the others. I know people who have Garmin and Magellan. We all live in the same area and mine has more currents maps...for free! There is a main road out here that they re-routed and made wider with turns lanes and stop lights (we're in the sticks) and the new way is in my tomtom. It is not in the new garmin or magellan...they make you pay for the most current maps. I think if you buy it new it should be current. Am I right?
Plus, in my opinion, tomtom gives you more features and control over the device for less money than the others. Compare a tomtom One 130 to the Garmin Nuvi 205. You'll see...dollar for dollar tomtom is better. I know there's people who are gonna lash out at me for trash talkin' garmin, but ya know what, the truth hurts. I better stop now before I get the secret society of Garmin Enforcement after me. They're watching...
Updated on Jun 28, 2009
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Nifty GPS lacks Itinerary Planner
by SJHogeveen on September 3, 2008
Pros: Simple A to B navigation, very compact EasyPort windscreen mount, USB port connection and HOME software for PC, loads additional POIs, connects to optional traffic info receivers.
Cons: no Itinerary Planner, no memory expansion slot, USB port slow.
Summary: Sold in Europe as TomTom ONE Europe 22. With this series, TomTom aims at holiday and leisure travellers. On holiday, it guided us nicely to various destinations. We found the ...
Summary: Sold in Europe as TomTom ONE Europe 22. With this series, TomTom aims at holiday and leisure travellers. On holiday, it guided us nicely to various destinations. We found the USB port to be too slow for map swapping (Eastern for Western Europe and vice versa) en route. But then came an unpleasant surprise: this ONE lacks the Itinerary Planner of its predecessors, so now we can't download and share itineraries of scenic drives etc. via the internet. This basically means that leisure drivers can pack it up after their holiday. There is a blog about the missing IP at http://blogger.xs4all.nl/hogev/.
1 out of 1 users found this user opinion helpful.
a good entry level gps at a good price
by jtran15570 on July 17, 2008
Pros: small size, touch screen, built in battery,can move from car to car.
Cons: dosent have text to speach for street names
Summary: i recently bought my tomtom 130 at my local bestbuy for $139.99 and i love it. it is a good entry level gps for beginners and has some cool ...
Summary: i recently bought my tomtom 130 at my local bestbuy for $139.99 and i love it. it is a good entry level gps for beginners and has some cool features. the directions it gives you i would say are 98% accurate and if you miss a turn it will automaticly reroute your directions. it has a built in battery which lasts 3 hours but also comes with a cig lighter plug for longer trips. i would recomend this to anyone who is looking for a good basic gps unit for their car.
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by andrewrw66 on November 14, 2008
Pros: Ease of setup, ease of customization, free updates
Cons: no text to speech
Summary: I think this is better than the other entry level gps's. It is the ONLY one out of the three majors (magellan, garmin and tom tom) that took me ...
Summary: I think this is better than the other entry level gps's. It is the ONLY one out of the three majors (magellan, garmin and tom tom) that took me to my house on the MOST direct route. It was a breeze to set up out of the box and i even updated my maps for free online the same night. They also come with great software for downloading optional (most free) stuff for the gps
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by Petoskey116 on August 12, 2010
Pros: Easy setup, easy to read, tells you where to go somewhat accurately, but that's probably because of my unit, I bought it re-certified so I am not eligible for the free map update...
People say it wont work on Vista. It worked on my Vista computer.
Cons: Not an updated map (not tomtom's fault I guess, but I wish they would be lenient on re-certified items.) Map is about 2 or 3 years out-dated.
Summary: This GPS system is alright. I would give it 5 stars if I got the map guarantee, but that's what you get for buying re-certified. I thought I would ...
Summary: This GPS system is alright. I would give it 5 stars if I got the map guarantee, but that's what you get for buying re-certified. I thought I would have gotten it because re-certified usually means has the same warranty and opportunity as a new unit.
So, bottom line: DO NOT BUY RE-CERTIFIED FROM TOMTOM. They are nice units, but TomTom doesn't do anything for re-certified units, and the MapShare doesn't even fix most of the mistakes I notice.
Doesn't know where basic POI's are located
by dbs81078 on December 1, 2008
Pros: good starter unit but doesn't know where some things are
Cons: some basic POI's missing, misrepresenting the location of others
Summary: I had gone to buy a Garmin but bought this because it was on sale and was a newer release than the Garmin I was after. After testing it around ...
Summary: I had gone to buy a Garmin but bought this because it was on sale and was a newer release than the Garmin I was after. After testing it around town I was very disappointed. It showed gas stations that were right off the interstate more than 3 miles down the road from their actual location, it didn't have the rest area on the interstate that I pass daily, and when testing it for post offices, it not only showed the local distribution center and the P.O mechanic shop which have no public access, but it skipped the one I use daily just 3 miles from where I work. It showed the address of my work place as 1/2 mile up the road from where it is actually at. After using my boss's Garmin, which knows all this and more, I will exchange the Tomtom for a Garmin and save myself the headaches that may be associated with it on longer trips
AWFUL CUSTOMER SERVICE
by Palumberi on June 9, 2008
Pros: AWFUL, AWFUL, AWFUL
Cons: BROKEN IN LESS THAN 2 WEEKS
Summary: DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT OR ANY OTHER TOM TOM PRODUCT. I HAD A MAP ERROR AND CALLED CUSTOMER SERVICE. THE PERSON INSTRUCTED ME TO DO SOMETHING THAT WIPED OUT ...
Summary: DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT OR ANY OTHER TOM TOM PRODUCT. I HAD A MAP ERROR AND CALLED CUSTOMER SERVICE. THE PERSON INSTRUCTED ME TO DO SOMETHING THAT WIPED OUT THE WHOLE MEMORY. NOW THEY TELL ME I WILL HAVE TO WAIT 2 WEEKS TO GET A NEW ONE. I'VE ONLY HAD THE UNIT FOR 10 DAYS!!!! CUSTOMER SERVICE IS AWFUL, THE COMPANY DOESN'T BACK THEIR PRODUCTS.
1 out of 3 users found this user opinion helpful.
- Manufacturer: TomTom
- Part number: 1EE0.052.01
- Description: The TomTom ONE 130 brings smart navigation in your pocket.
- Packaged Quantity 1
- Product Type GPS receiver
- Recommended Use Automotive
- Preloaded Maps USA,
- Interface USB
- Functions & Services Electronic compass
- Voice Navigation instructions
- Included Software TomTom HOME
- Antenna Built-in
- Internal Memory 1 GB Flash
- Features Speed limit warning,
TomTom PLUS ready (via Bluetooth),
TMC (Traffic Message Channel) ready,
2D / 3D map perspective,
TomTom PLUS ready,
Optional external GPS antenna connection
- Type TFT - Color - Yes
- Diagonal Size 3.5 in
- Resolution 320 x 240
- Features Anti-glare
- Trip Computer Fast/short route,
Avoid toll roads
- Connector Type Antenna,
- Type Lithium ion
- Included Qty 1
- Required Qty 1
- Run Time (Up To) 2 hour(s)
- Included Accessories Car power adapter,
Dimensions & Weight
- Width 3.8 in
- Depth 1 in
- Height 3.2 in
- Weight 6.1 oz
- Min Operating Temperature 14 °F
- Max Operating Temperature 131 °F
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