Blue&Me TomTom charger /USB cable

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  1. Ronnieg53

    Ronnieg53

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    Hi Just bought a 2nd hand Fiat500 and it comes with the above (presumably as old as car 2013 plate) though it came off an Alfa Romeo. Salesman doesnt have any charger and I have tried all evening to find info on UK tomtom website (not good) to no avail. All I know is that it is serial no starting WI not a one! Its a 20 pin docking bit?? If anyone can help with a link to one that defo fits I will be very happy. Cos so far everything seems to be a negative including the car .
    I know I can charge whilst driving but just wanted to fully charge first as i dont do long trips!
    Thanks
     
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    Have you tried searching on eBay?
     
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    Thanks for your reply. Yes looked on UK ebay and Amazon but unsure as to the correct fit.
     
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    Thanks for link. I just need a USB cable so still looking
     
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