TomTom Spark watch repair

VictorLeynes
VictorLeynes Registered Users Posts: 1
New Traveler
edited January 24 in TomTom Sports
Where in Singapore can I send my watch for repair?

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  • dhn
    dhn Posts: 33,382
    Superuser
    Maybe support can assist:

    :flag_sg: Singapore
    1800 622 7266
    Monday - Friday: 09:00 - 17:30
  • tfarabaugh
    tfarabaugh Posts: 16,938
    Superuser
    Where in Singapore can I send my watch for repair?
    What is broken that needs to be repaired? TomTom does not offer a repair service, they will replace the device, for free if it is under warranty (assuming the damage is not broken glass or other user caused damage) or for a fee otherwise. You need to call Support to get the process started and find out what your options are. To get the number for Customer Support, select Contact Us at the bottom of this page, select the service required and the product name and click Contact Customer Care and then Phone Us. It will give you the phone number for the country your account is registered under (this can be changed by clicking the flag icon in the bottom right corner of the screen).

    I hope this helped answer your question. If so, please mark it as a solution so others can look for it if they have the same question.
  • Darrin1
    Darrin1 Registered Users Posts: 1
    New Seeker
    Does anyone in the uk fix to Tom spark watches?
  • tfarabaugh
    tfarabaugh Posts: 16,938
    Superuser
    Darrin1 wrote: »
    Does anyone in the uk fix to Tom spark watches?

    TomTom does not offer a repair service, and TT Sports went out of business over 4 years ago anyway, so the watches are obsolete. It is dead, toss it and buy a new watch (obviously from a different brand as TT Sports no longer exists).
  • HvdW
    HvdW Registered Users Posts: 41
    Renowned Wayfarer
    Buy a secondhand TomTom; they're very cheap.
    I did so, great value for the money.
  • tfarabaugh
    tfarabaugh Posts: 16,938
    Superuser
    HvdW wrote: »
    Buy a secondhand TomTom; they're very cheap.
    I did so, great value for the money.

    There is a reason for that, they are obsolete and were very limited in features in the first place. If you want to buy an unsupported, outdated, obsolete product go ahead, but as they say "buy cheap, buy twice".