Best TomTom GPS units

We roundup the best TomTom sat navs on the market

TomTom GPS units are some of the most recognisable on the market. The Dutch company has a great track record of producing easy-to-use sat navs, featuring stylish but simple interfaces, headed by its popular, entry-level ONE range.

In addition to stand alone GPS units, TomTom also has an iPhone app available in Apple's App Store, along with a specially designed iPhone car kit cradle. We roundup the best TomTom GPS units on the market.

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TomTom car kit for iPhone

The TomTom car kit for iPhone works exactly as intended and provides a secure and practical way to mount your smartphone in the car. It's a little expensive and many will point out that the iPhone's GPS performance should have been better in the first place. However, if you regularly use your iPhone as your primary navigator then it comes highly recommended.

  • Review Date:
  • Reviewer:
  • Manufacturer:
  • 23rd Nov., 2009
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • TomTom
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  • Pros:
  • EasyPort mount, can be orientated to portrait or landscape modes, improves GPS reception and accuracy, charges your iPhone, line-out port, loud speaker
  • Cons:
  • Expensive, no audio cable included, no FM transmitter, microphone quality not great for phone calls, can't mount an iPhone with a case
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