- Size (LWH): 3.2 inches, 1 inches, 3.8 inches
- Weight: 6.72 ounces
TomTom ONE 125 3.5-Inch Portable GPS Navigator
- Easy to use - right out of the box
- Preloaded maps of the USA
- Turn-by turn directions
- Millions of points of interest
- Instant map updates
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From the Manufacturer
Just like the ONE 130, the TomTom ONE 125 has a nifty fold-out mount right into the device. No more trying to figure out where to stash that big, clunky mount in your car -- just pop it off, fold it up and carry the whole thing in your pocket. Of course, the ONE 125 also features the plug and play ease of use, rock-solid navigation, and sleek designs we've come to expect from TomTom.
Key Features and Benefits
- Easy to Use right out of the box (Learn more)
- Clear Directions from the sensitive touchscreen display with turn by turn spoken directions
- Latest Map Guarantee means if a new map is released within 30 days of purchase, you can download it for free from TomTom HOME (Learn more)
- TomTom Map Share lets you instantly modify street names, street direction and POIs on your own device and benefit from others' corrections (Learn more)
- "Help Me!" Emergency Menu gives one-touch access to local emergency providers such as police, fire stations and hospitals
- Preloaded Complete Maps of the US with TeleAtlas data
- EasyPort mount is foldable and slim for easy portability
- POI icons easily find gas stations, restaurants, hotels and more along your route. Customize by adding your own points of interest
- TomTom HOME free software is a landing page for your TomTom on your computer that ensures that your TomTom is always up-to-date and access additional features
- QuickGPSfix speeds up the time it takes to fix your GPS position to help you drive off more quickly.
- Traffic-Capable with optional RDS-TMC traffic receiver accessory keeps you up-to-date on traffic events to minimize potential delays
- Daily Fuel Prices, available as an optional service, finds the lowest priced gas on your route
New -- Small Mount, Big Speaker
|The integrated EasyPort Mount means you never have to figure out where to stow a mount in your car, and you never leave a sign for potential thieves that there might be a tempting electronic prize under your seat. The entire unit, mount and all, is small enough to fit into a shirt pocket, so just fold it up and go! |
It comes with mounting discs for both windshield and dashboard.
A large speaker gives you the best audio quality, eliminating distortions so you hear your instructions loud & clear.
With TomTom Map Share you can update your map directly on your device as and when you spot road changes, and download daily updates from millions of Map Share users worldwide via your computer.
Enabling Map Share gives you:
You might decide to only receive improvements that have been verified by TomTom or changes that have been submitted by tructed sources, by many , or by some people.
|Due to Amazon's high volume of sales and frequency of inventory turnover, just about every portable GPS navigator sold by Amazon.com will come with the most recent map version. |
TomTom however, goes one better. Because TomTom regularly releases new maps, there's always a small chance that a newer map has been released since the production of your TomTom. With TomTom’s latest map guarantee, if the map preloaded on your device is not the latest version, you can download it FREE at TomTom HOME. This no longer requires the map check code.
Checking in TomTom HOME is easy:
You can check as many times as you like within 30 days from the date you first use your TomTom device.
New -- Send Addresses Directly from Google Maps or Mapquest
|Search for the location you want. |
Pick "Send to GPS".
|Itching to try out a new restaurant, or setting off on a road trip to locate the best donuts on the west coast? Now, it's easy to search for locations on Google Maps or Mapquest, then transfer the addresses directly to your TomTom. |
|HOME is TomTom's free software program that gives you access to a huge array of services as well as the global community of TomTom users. It is the only tool you need to manage, update and personalize your TomTom to enjoy a premium navigation experience: buy and install maps, make back-ups, download free software updates, shop and much more. |
Starting up can seem like a slow business, particularly if you’re in a hurry, because the GPS receiver needs to know exactly where each GPS satellite is to calculate your location. But satellites only broadcast their positions once every 30 seconds. So if any of their signals are interrupted, for example by passing high buildings, the whole position-fixing process has to repeat itself again and again until the perfect fix is achieved. QuickGPSfix takes a smarter approach.
QuickGPSfix can speed up the time it takes to fix your GPS position by downloading the latest satellite data via an Internet connection. Just connect your TomTom device to your computer and TomTom HOME automatically downloads ‘QuickGPSfix’ – a special GPS data file that helps your TomTom fix your position quicker, even when the GPS signal is weak or partially blocked.
This unique free service helps you fix your position and get navigating faster than ever.
On the road or no access to TomTom HOME?
Get the same ‘QuickGPSfix’ data by simply connecting to any TomTom PLUS service, using a wireless data connection. As soon as a connection is established, the ‘QuickGPSfix’ data is automatically updated.
Note: QuickGPSfix data has limited validity. So to keep on getting a faster position-fix, re-connect your device at least once a week.
To minimise the amount of data sent over your wireless data connection, this automatic update is only carried out if the data on your device is over 5 days old. The associated data usage of this service is less than 10 Kb per connection. Please contact your mobile service provider to determine the exact costs. To disable this automatic update, just select ‘Disable Auto QuickGPSfix’ on your TomTom device.
Fun Extras to Personalize Your TomTom
|New smart & fun extras to personalize users’ devices |
|With an RDS-TMC Traffic Receiver accessory, you can get traffic information from the RDS-TMC Traffic service, which is delivered over unused FM radio channels. |
Traffic information is fully integrated into the TomTom navigation experience.
The RDS-TMC receiver accessory comes with a 1-year free subscription to the TMC traffic service
About TomTomTomTom NV is the world’s largest navigation solution provider, developing products with an emphasis on innovation, quality, ease of use and value. TomTom's products include all-in-one navigation devices which enable customers to navigate right out of the box; including the award-winning TomTom GO family, the TomTom ONE range and the TomTom RIDER (for motorcycles). TomTom also provides navigation software products which integrate with third party devices; the TomTom NAVIGATOR software for PDA’s and smartphones. TomTom WORK combines industry leading communication and smart navigation technology with leading edge tracking and tracing expertise. TomTom’s products are sold through a network of leading retailers in 25 countries and online. TomTom was founded in 1991 in Amsterdam and has offices in Europe, North America and Asia Pacific.
Top Customer Reviews
Perhaps the overall best feature is the "map-share" updates that allow users to alert when a route has been closed or changed due to construction. Instead of having to pay and wait for next years update, if you subscribe to this you get it for free! Additionally, the TomTom's safety features are also head and shoulders above the competition. The included menu allows you be alerted with speed warnings, traffic cameras, and even directions to emergency services via the one touch "Help Me!" menu.
However, there are some basic features missing, including an SD memory card and text to speech directions. While I do not intend to outline all the features of competing products, I am going to compare this product where relevant to show users where they might need to consider other options. I personally have owned many Garmin models, one Magellan Maestro and a starter Navigon unit. There are even many more options on the market today, but I believe most users should be choosing from these four brands for a starter unit.Read more ›
I like that you merely have to tap the screen anywhere to get the menu. This unit has a wealth of options, including several voices and languages for spoken directions and route types, including limited speed and bicycle routes. You can select from several different "cars" to show your location and different map colors. The available options are too numerous to list here, but they exceed both the Garmin nüvi 650 4.3-Inch Widescreen Portable GPS Navigator and the Magellan Maestro 3100 3.5-Inch Portable GPS Navigator. But how does the TomTom navigate? The mapping software is much better than the Maestro and equal, maybe even slightly better, than the Garmin. However, its user interface isn't always the best. For example, to cancel a route, you have to go to the second page of options. If you miss a turn, it doesn't tell you (both Magellan and Garmin give a "recalculating" message), giving you a chance to turn around, and instead moves silently to the next version of the route.
-- Spoken directions in advance. For example, "Take left ahead, then in a half a mile, turn right." The others only give you both turns if they will occur within a few seconds of each. You don't have to remember both directions because it will still say "Turn left" when it's time to make the route change.Read more ›
*Innovative and compact mount
*Map corrections available through online community helps keep maps up-to-date for free.
*Arrangment of trip information at bottom of screen
*Lots of user options to customize map colors, trip information, etc.
*Great price for A-to-B navigation
*No multi-point routing (itinerary planning). This feature was available in last year's special edition for $99, but was removed from the ONE 125. This is a must-have for my motorcycle trips.
*Point-of-Interest database is lacking, especially compared to Garmin's (My wife has an older Garmin model).
*Firmware apparently has not been updated to work with the "Send To" function from Google Maps as advertised. I tried confirming this with TomTom's customer suppport, which leads to the next point.
*Poor customer support. After 10 days, I have given up trying to get a response from their on-line support. Don't know good the phone support is, but you will not get a response within the 1-2 business days promised online.
If you are looking for a basic navigation system and don't need customer support, this is a great unit. I decided to upgrade to a more feature-packed unit to address my dislikes above and add features such as a wider screen/text-to-speech. I considered the TomTom XL330S and the Garmin Nuvi 750, which I found for $199. After reading further reviews, I decided on the Garmin because of its superior POI database and consistently positive reviews.
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