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There's plenty positive, so I'll just list the negatives that caused me to return this (even after I did a lot of work to hardware it to the bike).
1) It's a motorcycle GPS that claims to find curvy roads. I was going to my favourite destination near home and it kept on insisting on boring busy roads even with the adventure setting set to highest. TomTom found the best path, so did all the phone apps. But not Garmin. No, sir.
2) Trying to plan a trip is a serious pain. I don't have windows, I can't say how good or bad base camp us. But in this day and age for such an expensive GPS, there's no app where you can create a good route (you can send waypoints to the GPS, but it's not intuitive). There's no web app, like Tomtom does. I honestly expected there to be an app or at least a website where I could create the route that would then sync with the device. But no.
3) it has a really cool "track" feature that logs statistics of your trip. You get home and it asks you if you want to save it. But once you save it, you can't see the stats at all. You can't bring up that UI. Your only option is to take a picture before saving it. What the hell? Who came up with that half-finished feature???
4) It has popups. It literally has popups. When you're riding and get a notification on the phone, a popup comes up telling you there's a Smart Notification that you can't see because you're riding. There's an OK button. If I can't see it then ignore it. Or use a banner. Or a sidebar. Or something. But popup? What is this, 1995?
5) When you're navigating, there are all these hidden menus. Click on different parts of the screen and different things happen. It's a TERRIBLE UI for a motorcycle GPS where using your hand to control something is downright dangerous. All I wanted was to mute the directions.
6) it's customizable (that's really good). But what you can customize is somewhat limited.
I am really disappointed. In this day and age, getting a dedicated GPS instead of using a Smartphone means I expected it to be much better than a Smartphone for the one job it's supposed to do. I am sad to say, it's not better than free apps on Smartphones, and that's really disappointing.
I 3D printed a ball mounting to go on my windshield - easy to do. I bought this unit for brightness because of my prescription auto-darkening glasses. Have only done local runs but it beats the snot out of running an app on my phone - that just can't be seen in sunlight!!!
If you are an experienced rider you know that your attention HAS to be on the road and murderous Cage drivers doing their best to kill you - staring at a dim GPS to decode it can get you killed!!!!
I'm a cheap Bastard but this was money well spent - and in the years ahead it will mount on my wheel chair to get me home when I forget where that is!!!!
Software is really buggy. Have to download Garmin Express to use Garmin Basecamp to plan a route on your computer. You'd think it would be one app. Then there is ANOTHER garmin app for your phone. Connection issues, does not download from the Unit to Basecamp... Connections drop from the Zumo to my phone... Twice called customer support, to which they have sent the concerns in to the software department to do an update. 10 days connection issue fixed, but still cannot download the maps in basecamp to my computer to make a route. Works ok for a gps, while riding but planning a trip using the Garmin software has not been a good experience so far. Waiting for the next update ugh!
If you are planning a big trip or just want a little more information on your handlebars, this GPS is the way to go. Garmin has put a TON of R&D into this unit and it is one of the best I've used. I have never liked the idea of throwing a $1200+ cell phone on my bars for navigation, as these devices simply are NOT designed to withstand the different temperature swings/vibration/dirt/dust that one encounters on a motorcycle. I don't care if your phone is IP68 blah blah, being in a motorcycle environment will definitely shorten its lifespan.
The UI of the unit takes some getting used to, and I find the trip-planner to be quite cumbersome. Garmin provides their free BaseCamp software (which I highly recommend watching the YouTube tutorials on how to use efficiently) that is good for planning longer trips. The XT also integrates with your phone to allow you to take calls, view messages, and control (somewhat) your music right on the unit. I wish it gave you an option to control a camera such as a GoPro for use as a dash cam, and it does NOT allow you to use TPMS sensors like previous Garmin units (although apparently this may be changed in future software updates...)
Overall, this is an excellent unit, not cheap by any means but IMO you get what you pay for.
Si bien es cierto que se puede usar un celular como GPS, hay que aclarar que no todos los celulares pueden mojarse sin sufrir daños. Tambien hay que considerar que los celulares consumen datos y que no siempre tienen señal. Un GPS puede no ser una necesidad, pero es algo que se agradece tener cuando se está en alguna zona que no se conoce; sobre todo si se visitan caminos de tierra y zonas alejadas de poblados. El GPS tiene mapas de Canadá, US y México.
El equipo funciona muy bien. Se ve muy claro aún con el sol de frente a la pantalla. Compra recomendada.
Purchased from Amazon warehouse, not brand new but in very good condition, my beef with Amazon is when searching for this item it listed a number of buy options all of which were more expensive than this one, today(day after receiving) I searched again and found the same camera brand new from an external service provider for the same price (+$2). therefore I could have had a brand new device for the same money. The item I did buy is used as it had some saved maps from trip taken using it. If I did not need it now I would return it and bought the NEW device.
Muy buen producto, se lo instale a mi GS y se ve muy bien incluso con sol de atrás. Fácil de usar, se conecta al teléfono y/o al bluetooth del casco. Compré una segunda base y para usarlo también en una WR450 y corrí unos 5 rallys y la verdad que es una maravilla. Extremadamente fácil de subir los GPX y seguir rutas. Lo tengo hace casi un año y es realmente bueno. Se conecta a wifi para actualizar mapas, al teléfono por bluetooth para subir rutas. Responde perfecto con cualquier guante… EXCELENTE.
Bought it for the ATV. It tracks, navigate, plays music, display your messages, calculate distance to fill up fuel, works perfect with gloves. You can load maps, insert a micro SD, waterresitant. A perfect fit for the money!