|Description of Item||The TomTom Go 730 is a sat nav system, with a large touchscreen and lane guidance.|
|How We Use It||We have used our TomTom to drive around 7000 miles throughout France, Spain, Portugal and Morocco, so far. We use it for every trip, punching in the GPS co-ordinates of our destination each night or morning. We also use it to find petrol stations and supermarkets.|
|What Do We Love?||
|And What’s Not so Great?||
|Our Summary||Despite it’s drawbacks, we use our TomTom Go 730 every time we drive. We trust it, although we have learned to apply common sense and to back-up our route finding with a decent paper map. We give it 4 out of 5, it is a great piece of equipment.
2017 Update: When we reached Greece we discovered that our Tom Tom Go 730 only contained Western Europe maps, so we had to navigate around Greece, Bulgaria, Romania and Ukraine with paper maps! To get a full Europe map we would need to update the current maps, which cost about as much as a new satnav. So we bought a TomTom Start 25 with full Europe maps and lifetime map updates. It’s been going great and we’ve added loads of points of interest to it, including our own. We’ve updated the maps a few times but the Tom Tom interface is a bit rubbish so only do it when we have really good wifi.
|Where Can I Get It?||We bought ours from Halfords as we had some gift vouchers, but you can also buy the TomTom Go 730s or Tom Tom Start 25 from Amazon.co.uk (please note: if you use these links to buy, we will earn a small commission).