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If you’re as bad as some of my family members at remembering various routes when driving, the TomTom Go Live 820 Top Gear Edition Sat Nav could be the ideal gift for a friend or loved one this Christmas. Available exclusively at Halfords this Christmas, for £180, the Top Gear Edition Sat Nav features HD Traffic, a 4.3-inch touchscreen display, and best of all you get to listen to Jeremy Clarkson tell you where you’ve messed up! Let’s take a closer look… The Top Gear Edition of the TomTom Go Live 820 is a limited edition and would be a great gift for Top Gear fans! The TomTom Go Live 820 arrives in a, standard black and blue, Top Gear themed box. The front features both images of the Stig and also the sat nav itself. The Top Gear and the TomTom logo are situated at the top and bottom of the front, respectively. If we flip the box over, a few of the features are listed as well as an image of the sat nav in action and also the package contents. As well as these, TomTom have also provided everyone who purchases the Go Live 820 Top Gear Edition with one year free live services including TomTom HD Traffic, Speed Cameras, Local Search with Google (UK and Ireland only).
The very notion of TomTom turning to Jeremy Clarkson for in-car navigation is obviously a polarising decision.This surprisingly compact package may represent perfect timing for the Christmas rush, but be warned: Clarkson isn't for everyone, even in controlled bursts.If you've got any doubts at all about whether the TomTom Go Live Top Gear Edition is for you, or the person you're buying it for, then you should stay well clear. Clarkson, like his views on pretty much everything, is a delicacy - you either love him or hate him; there's no wishy-washy middle ground.Don't be too swayed by the team Top Gear livery, either - you only get Clarkson's voice to guide you down Britain and Ireland's road, there's no James May to send you to sleep at the wheel, and Hammond is also notably missing. You do get the Stig as a selectable voice, but this turns out to be simply silence - a one-off joke that has somehow made it into the final machine. Far more useful, and impressive, is the huge array of standard voices on the TomTom Go Live Top Gear Edition, which aren't quite so irksome.The Go Live moniker is an indicator that this sat nav updates its database on the fly.
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