TomTom has been a major player in the GPS field in Europe for a long time. Over the past several years they have also become a top seller in the US and Canada. Unlike other manufacturers, TomTom has used some strange naming standards. They also have used some strange mounting methods. This blog post discusses the types and offers some advice for the lost TomTom souls out there.
TomTom’s flagship branding is the TomTom One, TomTom XL and TomTom GO. One might think there could only be one type of mount for each. We wish that was the case. In fact, there are several within each line. Let’s review the options.
The TomTom One line has a few variants. The TomTom One 125 130 130S 140 140S GPS. The TomTom One IQ and Europe. All use a circular attachment on the back of the GPS.
bet. The TomTom GO series. There are three types. The most popular by far is the TomTom 20 and 30 series. This includes the TomTom GO 930T 920T 920 730 720 630 530 520 GPS. These use a strangely shaped attachment that I don’t think there is an English name for.