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8th February 2015, 10:53 PM #1
TomTom PRO 5250 LIVE Truck
do anybody own ( or has ) this unit?
Can you share with us your impressions, the pros and cons, please?
The differences between 5150 and 5250 in daily using?
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Regardskazupp Reviewed by kazupp on . TomTom PRO 5250 LIVE Truck Hi guys, do anybody own ( or has ) this unit? Can you share with us your impressions, the pros and cons, please? The differences between 5150 and 5250 in daily using? Regards Rating: 5
8th February 2015, 11:54 PM #2GPS Contributor
I dont think that many people here have this unit .
I think you better browse around official TT-forums , much more info there on both this device and NAV4 in general .
Me personally , i would prefer to wait until NAV5 becomes public available .
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9th February 2015, 02:10 AM #5
5250 is similar shape to Go 400.. On screenshots the menu looks similar. I own GO 400 and don't like it. For me is not user friendly.
So, my question is, how owner think about new menu in truck navigation. Can add own POI, etc...
9th February 2015, 02:16 AM #6GPS Contributor
9th February 2015, 02:26 AM #7
So, 5150 may be more user friendly... Menu more similar to classic one. Both have lifetime maps upgrade, 5150 no card slot but Bluetooth and, 5250 card slot but no Bluetooth and rubbish menu...
This is, what I think... Never had 5150 or 5250.
9th February 2015, 02:36 AM #8GPS Contributor
My advice , browse official TTforums , nothing but problems .
Why you think they are making the switch to Android core ?
Not for nothing , as the current system is no good .
The new systems ( NAV5 ) have WiFi , card-slot , sim-slot , bluetooth .
Sure NAV4 is improved over NAV3 , but what you gain ?
Truck-nav is same as normal version , exept for truck-routes there is no different in core .
9th February 2015, 02:50 AM #9
I don't have time to browse all forums, all infos from you are new for me (NAV5, android, etc.)
My GO750 after flight from my cab is unwell... (broken body, still working but lose signal every few minutes).
It's time to buy new one...
I've got regular runs to regular customers, so I don't use it often. Usually for ETA or if need to find diversion.
The truck routes is the think that make me feel better, more safe in new, unknow area. ;-)
9th February 2015, 02:57 AM #10GPS Contributor
Me , i would go for a second hand NAV2 , I did that too ( GO750 LIVE actually )
But if lifetime maps make feel comfortable then might go for the 5250 .
Hope you dont regret after two years from now .