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TomTom GO 630 4.3-Inch Bluetooth Portable GPS Navigator

by TomTom

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  • Get the ultimate driving experience use voice address entry and start driving anywhere
  • Makes driving even safer with Bluetooth hands-free calling and added safety features
  • IQ Routes Technology gives you the fastest route every time speed limits, so you'll always travel the smartest route
  • Advanced Lane Guidance uses photorealistic images to bring even more clarity to complex multi-lane exits so you can be more confident on the road
  • With TomTom Map Share technology, you can instantly modify street names, street direction, POIs, road speeds, and turn restrictions on your own device
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Technical Details
Item Weight7.7 ounces
Product Dimensions4.7 x 1 x 3.3 inches
Item model number1CJ0.058.00
Display Size4.3 inches
Display Resolution480 x 272
Warranty1 Year Parts; 1 Year Labor
Memory Card SlotFlash
Battery Life5 hours
  
Additional Information
ASINB001VEJEGU
Best Sellers Rank #46,437 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Technical Details

  • Touch Sensitive Screen

Product Description

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TomTom GO 630's award-winning software means ground-breaking new technology for the ultimate driving experience. Switch on and go right out of the box. Just enter the address on the touchscreen or use voice address entry and start driving anywhere in the US and Canada. TomTom guides you door-to-door with turn-by-turn spoken instructions, including street names.

Ground-breaking new technology for the ultimate driving experience. Click to enlarge.

Sleek design that looks good wherever it goes...

IQ Routes Technology gives you the fastest route every time by using actual average speeds of travel to calculate your trip rather than posted speed limits. Advanced Lane Guidance uses photorealistic images to bring even more clarity to complex multi-lane exits so you can be more confident on the road.

TomTom has the most accurate maps, and with TomTom Map Share technology, you instantly can modify street names, street direction, points of interest, and more on your own device.

And with the "Help Me!" menu, added safety features enable you to easily access local emergency providers. The GO 630 makes driving even safer with Bluetooth hands-free calling.

The TomTom GO 630 is the ultimate car navigator.

*Compatible mobile phone required.

GO 630 Features

  • Maps of United States and Canada with TomTom Map Share
  • Bluetooth Hands-Free Calling
  • Spoken Street Names
  • IQ Routes Technology
  • Advanced Lane Guidance
  • Voice Address Input

All TomToms Feature

Plug & Go--Works right out of the box.

Preloaded Points of Interest--Easily find millions of gas stations, restaurants, hotels, and more on your route.

30-Day Latest Map Guarantee--Up to date, off the shelf.

TomTom Map Share--Modify your own map and benefit from others' verified changes with TomTom Map Share.

Help Me! Emergency Menu--Easily access local emergency providers, such as police, fire stations, and hospitals.

TomTom HOME--Always up to date.

Traffic Ready--Optional RDS-TMC traffic receiver accessory keeps you up-to-date on traffic events to minimize potential delays.

Fuel Price Service (optional)--Know more, pay less.

Why TomTom?

TomTom believes that personal navigation should be as easy and safe as possible. TomTom develops smart technology that gives you straightforward solutions, innovations to make life easy.

Easy to Use

  • Award-winning navigation software
  • Plug & go

Best Maps

  • 30-Day Latest Map Guarantee
  • Modify your own map and benefit from others' verified changes with TomTom Map Share

Best Routing

  • QuickGPSfix
  • Traffic ready

Leader in Safety

  • Help Me! emergency resources menu
  • Safety preferences menu

What's in the Box

GO 630 device, windshield mount, USB cable, adhesive disk, car charger, and user guide

About TomTom

Founded in Amsterdam in 1991, TomTom has established itself as a global leader in navigation by being an innovative company with a strong brand, clear customer focus, and high-quality products and services.

TomTom is a leading navigation solutions provider with navigation products sold in 30 countries and in over 20 languages. To further its commitment to car navigation, TomTom acquired Tele Atlas maps in 2008 so that the company can continually provide the most up-to-date maps and intelligent routing.

TomTom has its own mapping company!

Did you know that every year, roads change by up to 40% in high-growth areas? Tele Atlas manages this by using the world's most comprehensive systems to identify and incorporate these changes into our maps with unprecedented levels of speed and accuracy. All TomTom devices benefit from the Tele Atlas advantage--more coverage, more points of interest, and more freshness and accuracy.

Product Description

TomTom GO 630's award-winning software means ground-breaking new technology for the ultimate driving experience. Switch on and go right out of the box. Just enter the address on the touchscreen or use voice address entry and start driving anywhere in the US and Canada. TomTom guides you door-to-door with turn-by-turn spoken instructions, including street names.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Customer service tried all software fixes but I think it is a hardware problem.
Kevin
I ended up sending my original back to Tom Tom for warranty repair or replacement, and gave the repaired unit to my boyfriend.
Petite1
This problem is not unique and should have been found by quality control, and a recall issued.
Annie

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By M. Williams on January 22, 2010
Verified Purchase
This is a reasonable, entry level GPS and has most of the features, if not all the features I want.

Most reviews have covered this unit in detail so I won't repeat too much but here are my experiences so far.

First, Amazon's pricing can make the price fluctuate wildly so watch for bargain days. I had this item on my wish list since late 2009 and when I went to buy it in early 2010, noticed the price was up about $40.

I kept an eye on it and it dipped for a day so I bought it then. Since, it has been back up $40 so bear this in mind.

Some users have complained about the suction of the windshield mount. If anything, I have had issues getting the thing off - it has stayed on just fine. Since then, I've mounted the included dashboard disc and so the unit can now go lower, out of my windshield view and is mounted between two of my air vents. I'm not 100% convinced it will stay on securely but in the short time I have had it installed, it has so far stayed on.

The phone feature has been a little frustrating. Sometimes when you want to make a call, you find yourself pushing the phone and then address book buttons and nothing seems to happen - you push it again and the next thing, you've started to auto-dial someone you didn't mean to call because their name was under your finger when you pressed. As I bought the system more to take calls than make them on the move, I can live with this but it has led to some panicked attempts to cancel calls a couple of times.

Pairing the unit with an iPhone has been relatively straightforward, although there was some awkwardness in the pairing procedure and timing out as you figure out who needs what sent when, to pair effectively.
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52 of 59 people found the following review helpful By fonemant on June 28, 2009
I purchased this GPS(Tom Tom Go 630) about 3 weeks ago. Used it where I live before a trip to the West Coast, just to get used to it. I found a few discrepencies, but nothing major. This GPS had all the features I wanted, and none of the stuff I wouldn't use. It is perfect for me.
I am currently on my trip, used it to get to the Grand Canyon South, wich I had been to before, and to the Grand Canyon West wich I have never been to. This GPS never missed a beat. The Grand Canyon West is not as well known or commercilized. The GPS was right on. I am now using it to navigate known and unknown places in San Diego, its still right on. A few minor errors, nothing major.
The gps makes quick work of recalculations. The blue tooth works ok, like all hands free devices in my experience, it picks up back ground noise.
The gps aquires signal quickly, even when you've moved with it turned off.
This is my first auto gps, so I have no way of comparing it to other auto gps's, but I had no problems figuring out the menus' or how to work it.
I would highly recommend it. For me it is just what I wanted.
Keep in mind, my uses for a GPS may be different than your's. Do your homework to insure this GPS has the features you want.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By DubC Amazonian on March 22, 2010
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Excellent model, for the most part, appreciably better than the Garmin 765T which I purchased from Amazon at a higher cost and tried for about two weeks, but which never was able to receive traffic reports as advertised. Garmin's technical support was weak at best and not able to solve the problem. Garmin ultimately determined that its traffic receiver was defective and told me that I had to return it for a replacement. Unfortunately, the traffic receiver was built into the power cord. I asked Garmin to send me the new cord/receiver first, so that I would still be able to keep my GPS plugged in and charging while in the car, but Garmin refused to do so, telling me I had to return its defective cord/receiver before it would send me a new one and that I could charge its model using the enclosed USB cable (through my computer). I took advantage of Amazon's return policy and returned the Garmin to Amazon for a full refund (Amazon's rep even e-mailed me a pre-paid shipping label).

The TomTom GO 630 has a pretty vivid wide screen display (in your choice of 2D or 3D) and allows much more flexibility with respect to display options than the Garmin 765. For example, the TomTom permits you to display time to destination, miles to destination, estimated time of arrival, and speed, all at once or in any combination, while the Garmin model permits the display of only one of these parameters at a time. The Garmim model did have more categories of POI's (for example, it allows you to choose restaurants by type of cuisine) than the TomTom, so that might be of greater use to some people. The TomTom also occasionally shows streets that do not exist in real life, but I am guessing that may be an issue with all GPS models.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A. Meyer on February 7, 2010
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I would buy the GO 630 again. IQ Routes is what makes TomTom better. Its my 2nd GPS in 4 years and I'd still choose a TomTom over comparable Garmin (or any of the tier 2 brands).

Good: Took a driving trip with friends who had a more expensive Garmin Nuvi. TomTom's IQ Routes sent us around a major traffic backup theirs would have driven us straight into - regardless of real-time traffic or not. It also did a better job routing in a couple other instances, which I attribute potentially to IQR as well. I also like the map telemetry presentation better. Based on my parents experience with a high end Nuvi, it also holds sat signal better thru underpasses and around tall buildings and recovers better out of tunnels.

Complaints: It tries to avoid u-turns on major roads. This should be a preference setting, I'm a big boy - I can manage. The text-to-speech engine is really just bearable. It screws up all but the simplest names. It gets "San Francisco" wrong, using a short O sound "Fran-sisk-ah". It mixes languages, saying "one west one" for hwy 101, instead of "one oh one", obviously a programming bug trying to use normal speech instead of "one zero one", subbing the 0 for O, but the address interpreter then picks that up as Oest in French. Really confusing. The speech to text works OK, but you have to learn to say addresses exactly the way its looking for them or it gets them wrong. It was the reason I picked the GO 630 over a 340S, thinking it would be easier for me when traveling for business when I don't have a co-pilot to do entry. The mount is manageable. It has the same problem as all other compact mounts, in that its close to the windshield - which in some cars can be a mile from the driver.
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