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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.
Just Beware this screen is not ultra bright. At the wrong angle to the sun it is barely unreadable the same as the old Zumo units. I only purchased it because the price of the other units is ridiculous. Still having a hard time getting it to sync to my Bluetooth headset devices.
Used this on a 4500km western USA bike trip all directions worked well, Still has issues when you take an long off ramp the GPS will start rerouting you another route, as it assumes that you have missed the exit ramp it happened on at least three occasions at major I90 freeway off ramps.
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.
Have Zumo 660 on my adventure bike. Recently bought a dualsport (CRF250 Rally) for local rides, fishing, exploring etc and wanted a dedicated GPS. Figured it was similar/same as my other Garmin. It is, but just a bit better than the 660. The 396LMT-S has wifi so updating maps is easy. Bluetooth to phone, which I dont use as I have a Sena headset...but I bought the weather app ($7) or so I can see weather radar real time. Very cool. Same waypoint and routing as all Garmins, no surprise there. And if you didnt wonder before...yes there is a place for an SD card for Topo or whatever. The onboard maps are good enough for me to not NEED to get OSM’s installed. Pretty impressed. Came with Ram mounts.
This is the fourth Garmin product i have purchased. I have been using a Zumo 590 for the last 10 years and have been very happy with it. Unfortunately, I purchased the Zumo 396 late in the year and mounted it on my bike just in time to put the bike away for the season. I am looking at buying a mount for the Jeep(you have to buy this separately) so I can play with the new Zumo before the next riding season. I did ride to the gas station the other day and found the screen easy to see in the sunlight.
Does what it needs to. Bluetooth takes a bit of figuring out between phone and headset but once its done it is seamless. I thought it was missing some info screens but after using it for a week I found a lot were hidden or not immediately apparent. Overall it is good for what it is. It may take you some time to get used to it. Value for the money is a point. Once up a running I was very satisfied, but it makes you wonder if you can get a smart phone for about the same or less it seems over-priced,.I tried using a smartphone on a mount but it is not as safe as using this I find.
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.
Disappointing... I bought the Zumo 396 to replace my 10 year old Nuvi 550. I found the software no better and in some area worse than my 550, especially when searching for a destination. The screen was a little brighter and a little larger than the 550 but that was about it. One of the features I was looking forward to was using the curvy / Adventure route setting but was very disappointed with my testing. Yes it stayed off of the 3 lane HWY's but it map out a very straight route overlooking a bunch of curvy road options. For $400 I returned it and will use a commination of my old 550 and my phone. Too bad...
Just returned from 3500 km trip and this Garmin GPS worked very well. At one point it would not power up at all; had to hold the power button for 15 seconds and it re-set. Like the pop up when on the highway of actual image of sign for upcoming exit. Shows upcoming food and gas stations (a few were not in service).
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.