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Tried lots of options. Phone battery needs a charger, bike vibration not optimal so looked to a dedicated unit. Motorcycle GPS units have different functions than car units. Car units will not pair with in helmet communicators and have no weather protection. This one is accurate and easy to read. Bought multiple mounts to make moving from bike to bike easy. Would have preferred the larger screen but the price is a ripoff by Garmin.
I like the unit itself. Installation was fairly easy. Garmin basecamp is a complete disaster, however. For those who don’t know, it’s the program for your pc to plan custom trips. It took me several attempts, numerous crashes, and about 3 hours to plan a route. By the time I had finished, and (hopefully) got it right, I had the whole damn route memorized! So maybe just download Basecamp and frustrate yourself into memorizing your route intead of buying a $600 unit. But, of course you can’t do that, because the gps must be linked to your computer to access the maps. Anyway, like I said, I like the unit, and I’m sure I’ll get years of enjoyment out of it, but Garmin needs to take a page from Google Map’s book and design a trip planner that actually works.
Good Motorcycle GPS for the money. Good bright touch screen that works with motorcycle gloves. The software indicates the names of the upcoming streets across the top in large letters making it easy to read. I was impressed that it warned of red light camera intersections. Amazon sells this GPS for $175.00 less than anybody making it a good deal. I would have preferred the 5.5 inch version but couldn't justify the extra $350.
Easy to operate even with gloves on. Keyboard is spread over 2 different screens making it cumbersome and difficult to operate quickly. Route settings don't allow for differentiation between divided highways (interstates) and 2 lane state highways. Route calculator has a difficulty with international borders.
So far typical Garmin headache. Basecamp still feels like a program from the mid 90s. Have spent 6 hours trying to load a OSM map on here because Garmin 100% does not sell maps for Korea or Japan. So.... biggest GPS maker in the world doesn't even offer GPS maps for the worlds 3rd largest economy. OSM maps are the only choice. But they wont load on the Zumo.
Edit: changes to 4 stars. Finally got an OSM map working on this thing. Still minus one star because it was such a headache and for the fact that basecamp is such a horrible program it's mind boggling. It's so hard to make a custom route and get it to your gps it isn't funny.
I took a trip with my gps already. I have had two older zumos. this one is nice. I will give it that. Touch works well for a water proof model. Screen is bright even in the brightest sun. Not perfect, but visible in direct sunlight and that is something off brand gps can not pull off. This zumo is slim. Lighter. Yet feels sturdy. I had one model that despite it being water proof had the contacts rust out. Another one a friend is using is fine, but fat and bulky. They really seem to have improved the cradle and power connectors and ability to cover both the cradle and units contacts. I have yet to test it in the rain. Only time will tell.
Right now my only complaint is probably price. But nothing on the market cones close. So it's demand. I tried a few different Japanese models and they are utter garbage compared to a zumo.
And basecamp. Utter utter garbage. Garmin should be ashamed they still haven't fixed Basecamp into a usable product