TomTom XL 330-S 4.3-Inch Portable GPS Navigator (Box Packaging)
This item at this price, sold by Amazon.com, is currently reserved exclusively for Prime members.Prime free trial and invitee customers: We will automatically apply an Amazon.com Gift Card to your Gift Card Balance in the amount equal to the Prime exclusive discount after you become a paid Prime member. If you cancel your paid Prime membership or return the qualifying smartphone within the first 3 months of your paid Prime membership, we may void your Gift Card or charge you in the amount of the Gift Card. Terms and Conditions apply.
- Maps of United States and Canada with TomTom Map Share with TomTom's 30-Day Latest Map Guarantee--Up to date, off the shelf
- Guides you door-to-door with turn-by-turn spoken instructions including street names
- Preloaded Points of Interest--Easily find millions of gas stations, restaurants, hotels, and more on your route
- The Fold & Go EasyPort mount folds flat against the device, making it easy to take it with you from car to car
- Switch on and go right out of the box
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Customers who bought this item also bought
The TomTom XL 330-S is easy-to-use widescreen navigation. TomTom guides door-to-door with turn-by-turn spoken instructions including street names. And 3D graphics help guide you to your destination.
The TomTom XL 330-S is easy-to-use widescreen navigation. TomTom's award-winning software means effortless navigation from point A to point B. Switch on and go right out of the box. Just enter the address on the touchscreen and start driving anywhere in the United States or Canada. TomTom guides you door-to-door with turn-by-turn spoken instructions including street names. And 3D graphics help guide you to your destination.
Easy-to-use widescreen navigation. Click to enlarge.
TomTom's award-winning software means effortless navigation from point A to point B. Click to enlarge.
An extra-wide touchscreen helps you find your way, worry-free.
The XL 330-S is preloaded with millions of points of interest to enhance your traveling experience--easily find your favorite gas stations, hotels, restaurants, and more.
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, such as police, fire stations, and hospitals.
The Fold & Go EasyPort mount folds flat against the device, making it easy to take it with you from car to car.
Go confidently.How to Update Your Map
XL 330-S Features
- Maps of United States and Canada with TomTom Map Share
- Spoken Street Names
- Fold & Go EasyPort Mount
- 4.3-inch Touchscreen
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
- 30-Day Latest Map Guarantee
- Modify your own map and benefit from others' verified changes with TomTom Map Share
- Traffic ready
Leader in Safety
- Help Me! emergency resources menu
- Safety preferences menu
About TomTomFounded 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.
What's in the BoxTomTom XL 330-S device, Windshield mount, desk dock, car charger, software/manual CD, documentation
Top customer reviews
1) The screen is so dim, that it cannot be used in daylight, even on an overcast day. And, yes, we have the brightness turned all the way up!
2) The device continually reverts to some sort of demo mode, even when in use. It is constantly touting its 4.5 inch screen, asking us if we are going somewhere (when the damn thing is in use!), and asking us if we are lost, when if it would just check itself, it would see we are not lost! This happens so often it is dangerous in city driving. When we need to glance at the screen in traffic, we see a damned commercial for the device we purchased and are currently using! GEEZ!
3) The ETA algorithm is just plain BAD. On a recent trip it estimated it would take us 1.5 hours to drive 30 miles when we were traveling 70mph on a 4 lane highway with little to no traffic. Whaaaaa?
The box the damn thing came in seemed to indicate that the device was refurbished, even though we paid for a new one. If it was "refurbished," then some lackey simply put a defective device in a box and shipped it off to us. Needless to say, we have returned the device to Amazon for a full refund. TomTom, if you read these reviews, you need to get your act together!
However, I spent several hours on two separate days trying to get the device to work and unfortunately one of them was when I was trying to attend a friend's brother's funeral and I was extremely upset that it did not work because I could not get to my destination at all. The device would not let me get pasted the initial set-up so I sent the item back and am still waiting on a replacement or a refund. So, this opportunity looked like a great low cost replacement device but it has not been a good experience for me and I am anxiously waiting for it to conclude.
I must give AMAZON.com its props because they have actively advocated for their customers with outside vendors and do follow-up to make sure that their customers who use one of their outside vendors get good service!
One because I use GPS at least 5 times a day, 5 days a week to find addresses in high traffic conditions.
And two, because my sense of direction and memory is probably below average.
Since my zumo stopped working I've borrowed a TomTom from my son and been using it all this week in the 'take no prisoners' traffic conditions of Orange County. The TT and Garmin program for putting in a destination are a bit different. And I've found the TT to be faster with less room for error. The TomTom's directions given while driving are way clearer and easier to understand while driving. The Garmin voice directions will give you street names which sounds like a good idea in theory, in practice it only complicates things. I shut the voice directions off on the Garmin for this reason. I also stopped using the map display on the Garmin and started using only text directions, because that was the only way I could stay far enough ahead of where my next turn on the freeway was going to be. That way I could read down the text, past all updates of what I was passing, and get to the next 'real' direction change I would need to make. I actually ordered a TT while in Palm Springs during my trip without 'text to speech' because my experience with Garmin's was so bad. Later after using the borrowed TT, I canceled that order. And reordered the TT with 'text to speech' because it worked so well on the borrowed unit.
The TT gives more clear visual directions as well, and large enough count down to the next turn that I don't have to have my reading glasses hanging off my nose to read them.
My perception buying a motorcycle specific GPS was that I was getting a much more robust unit. And it is, in that it's waterproof and has a much more durable case and mounting system. But other that, I don't think they're anymore reliable than an automotive unit (my Zumo's broken twice) that's 1/6th the price. Garmin has a $150 flat rate for repair, I order a new TT for $100. And they make a lot of aftermarket motorcycle mounts for it. This last time my Zumo broke a friend was nice enough to point me to a replacement touch screen and I've got one those ordered from china. Hopefully that will fix the Garmin and I'll probably put it up for sale. Maybe I'll include a couple of touch screen replacement pictures. So bottom-line, I'd say don't be like me and spend $700 on a motorcycle specific GPS. Get an automotive unit of your choice, (I recommend TomTom) buy yourself an aftermarket mount, and keep it out of the rain. When it breaks, $100 replace the unit.
The ability to make routes on Garmin's Map source has been difficult enough for me that I haven't chosen to use it.
I've followed some routes. Like the one Chuck made and emailed to me. It was a back roads trip to Alice's restaurant that was kind of fun to follow. As it worked out we got separated early on in the trip and each followed the same route and met at Alice's. I'm thinking the ability to load Google Map tracks might be a plus for me with the Tomtom. But I'll have to wait and see. Or it might make Garmin's Map source seem easy in comparison. But if it will load. There's some great routes on Google Maps that I'd be more than happy to use without changes. What I have done with the zumo is find roads on Google Maps, then browse them on my zumo, (not Map source), then 'touch screen' and point on the road and save it to favorites.
Then when I get within strike range, I select favorites, and it lists them in order of closeness. Then I can decide from there which one to choose next. That way I'm letting the GPS do what it does best, straight to a destination, as opposed to certain route. I might change my mind and find a road on the way that looks better, and it will just recalculate till it uses the road I chose to get to the point I selected. Actually I've wanted to convert Google Map tracks to something I could use on the zumo ever since I've gotten the zumo.