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TomTom Start 25 review for Christmas gift indecision

If you are struggling to find that perfect Christmas gift, then you could always consider a new Sat-nav. We know that you can use your smartphone for such things, but there are often times when you lose signal, and also the data charges can work out very expensive.

It is for this very reason why many of us prefer a dedicated GPS, although it is always hard to find the right one. However, more often than not, it is the price that helps make our decision for us, along with reviews. Once such model proving popular right now is the TomTom Start 25, 5-inch Sat Nav, which comes with lifetime EU maps. You will be given four free map updates per year.

Argos is currently selling this for a bargain price, although we do advise you read over some of the reviews before deciding to buy one.

TomTom Start 25 review

First of all you will want to know those TomTom Start 25 specs and features, first of which is that 5-inch touchscreen, pre-loaded maps covering 45 countries in Europe, including the UK, fixed speed cameras, although you will need to pay a yearly fee for this.

This model also saves your past routes, it offers lane guidance, points of interest, fuel efficient navigation, and IQ routes, which calculates your route based on actual speed limits of each road you will need to travel on.

Argos has almost 400 TomTom Start 25 sat-nav reviews, and has marked it on an average for its Accuracy, Ease of set up, Size and Design. Argos customers have given it an overall 4.4 out of 5 stars.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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