Anyone who finds themselves squinting at their current satnav device might appreciate TomTom’s latest model.

The TomTom Start 60 has a whopping 6” screen that gives a bigger view on the route ahead than on any other TomTom satnav, and can be mounted either on the car windscreen or dashboard with its new dual mounting system.

Anyone who finds themselves squinting at their current satnav device might appreciate TomTom’s latest model.

The TomTom Start 60 has a whopping 6” screen that gives a bigger view on the route ahead than on any other TomTom satnav, and can be mounted either on the car windscreen or dashboard with its new dual mounting system.

The Start 60 is also one of the first TomTom devices to come with free lifetime map updates and comes pre-loaded with maps for 45 countries across Europe. It’s available now for around £170.

[TomTom]

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