TomTom Start 10

Simple, cheap and capable of getting you from A to B, the Start 10 does what it sets out to do. The inclusion of junction view and lane guidance improves things quite considerably.


Audio

Built-in speakers
Yes
Built-in microphone
No
Accepts voice instructions
No
MP3 playback
No
Bluetooth hands-free
No
Text-to-speech spoken street names
Yes

Battery

Charging method
Car charger

Connectivity

FM transmitter
No
FM radio
No
Traffic messaging receiver
No
Traffic messaging subscription
No

Screen

Backlit display
Yes
Screen size
3.5 inch

Software

Map provider
Whereis
Junction view
Yes
Lane guidance information
Yes

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User Reviews / Comments  TomTom Start 10

  • Voyageuse

    Voyageuse

    Rating2

    "I bought one of these on special and I hate it, not because of the technology but because of the shoddiness of manufacture - it has pretty much fallen apart, even though I have hardly used it - eg...."

  • Rolstoys

    Rolstoys

    Rating4

    "Updated (?) from a Tomtom ONE, but lack of display settings and modes make it clumsy to use. Cannot set Always use Tolls. Tips always pop up and cannot see way to disable. Paid $99 from Dick Smith ..."

  • Luke

    Luke

    "For $119 from Officeworks it's a bargain, particularly as it's now got lane guidance. The battery charge is really poor so it needs to stay in the car charger to be used. You couldn't stick it in y..."

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