Updating tomtom sat nav
The Go 520 shares a number of similar features to its full-fat sibling, the Tom Tom Go 5200 but it does come without SIM functionality.
This omission means the price drops significantly but it also means that you lose out on some notable extras, including real-time traffic reports.
Then again, so is any phone packed with Google Maps. Convenience for a start, having a separate device dedicated to guiding you where to go means you aren't reliant on fumbling through your phone - and its myriad message pop ups and other things to divert your attention - while in transit, as well as access to Tom Tom Maps which is still the best in the business.
Using the sat nav will be easy for anyone who has touched a Tom Tom in recent years.
The Tom Tom Go 520 retains the premium look and feel of the Go 5200.
Gone is the fiddly mount of the more basic sat-nav range and in its place is a quick-release magnetic mount, that allows you to slip the sat nav out with ease. We recommend you connect it to your home Wi-Fi straight away.
Whether you’re looking for a Sat Nav for work, to guide you along unfamiliar routes on holiday, or simply to help you get from A to B at home more easily, a Tom Tom Sat Nav is a great, easy-to-use option.
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