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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 a GPS on my motorcycle because I prefer my phone on my body. That's partly because I may need my phone in the event my machine and I are separated ( it has happened), and also because I have drowned two iPhones navigating in the rain. I purchased this model because my two previous Zumos quit working (!) and this one offered new features at a price point I could choke down if not embrace warmly. Using it is a learning curve; you have to learn to speak Garmin. My initial preferences caused it to offer some weird routing decisions. I'll learn. The bluetooth pairing to my phone seems okay, but I haven't figured out how to use all the benefits that is supposed to offer (music, traffic, weather, hands-free phone use). The pairing with my Sena headset seems finicky and unreliable. I'll keep it and use it but in this day, I don't understand why it feels like I'm struggling with 20 year old technology. Surely a company that creates glass cockpits for airliners has the know-how to make a user-friendly GPS that would function more like, oh, I dunno, Google Maps?
Ok it’s my first m/c specific gps but overall not impressed. The good: works with gloves very well and Bluetooth to headset and phone works. Screen bright enough when sun is high in sky. Display size ok for all but street names on bottom or in low sky sun. Price is lower than previous generation units. Pretty fast to route if you turn off advanced features. Mount works well even off road no issues. The bad: non intuitive interface compared to cell phone gps apps. Routing and traffic avoidance are not as optimal as google maps (side by side comparison in several situations). The ugly: Pretty much useless off road in Utah. Therefore saved Gpx tracks are floating with no reference to local terrain. Not helpful for finding ways out of trails. Bluetooth interefered with my Cardo connection in combo with Sena unita, had to keep bt off. With advanced routing features on it takes a very long time like minutes to route and reroute. Overall disappointing for the price and would prefer a larger phone with gps app if would work with gloves.
Solid GPS, but too expensive for what you get. Garmin does not include a wall charger, a car adapter, or an SAE fitting for motorcycle plug and play. Plus the battery is not user replaceable, which is a rather big negative if you do not have a way to charge it quickly on the go.
Bought this to replace TomTom Rider 4 that had the screen go bad after 4 years and 65,000 miles. Disappointed in function.
If curvy road feature is selected it frequently takes one off road into residential streets. It can only be turned on or off from settings menu. 2015 version of TomTom gave option every time entering a destination then showed overview map for approval. Much better routes.
Screen is sometimes glove friendly. If navigating menus have to remove a glove for it to work. Have tried 5 different pairs of riding gloves.
Garmin offers no option to lock gps to motorcycle requiring removal for every short stop. Did find a third party lock on British EBay which took a month to get to U.S.
Do like feature alerting to speed limit dropping or approaching school zone.
Wish I had bought the new TomTom instead for similar price. Other the screen fogging up after years in sun my old TomTom performs much better. I found a third party to replace the old TomTom screen and use it on another motorcycle instead of getting second mount for Garmin.
***UPDATE*** The new power cable for the motorcycle mount I received was the "old style" with the inline fuse. After install, the unit is still charging in the mount after 200+ miles of bumpy Michigan roads. Upgraded to 3 star review, taking into account -1 star for initial bad power cable.
Switched back to a Garmin after I got tired of my TomTom Rider trying to send me down gravel/dirt roads when it was told not to.
The Good: Garmin routing and maps Interface
The Bad: The cradle power cable lasted about a half a mile of riding. Unit will not charge in the cradle at all now. Searching on this topic reveals many other people having similar problems with the cradle power cable. Pin 1 to pin 2 = 0 volts Pin 1 to chassis ground = 5 volts Pin 2 to chassis ground = open circuit
Expect to shell out about $35 if you want to try another power cable any time soon. Garmin support operates at a glacial pace, at best. Buyer beware.
I really wanted to love this. I really did. I don't like the software, it's old clunky and gets ya turned around. It will tell me turn in 300 ft, and then a second later it'll tell me 'recalculating' because I missed the turn. Difficult on a motorcycle. And it seems to take you to your destination one way, but back a different way. Why? How? I guess I was hoping for Google Maps in a motorcycle tough device, without the "no service" gaps, and without using all of my rapidly dwindling data.
Why doesn’t Garmin just allow you to connect to the USB connection while on the bike without having the USB connection blocked by the mount? I would be so much easier than having to hard wire it to the motorcycle. This makes it inconvenient and a pain to install. Makes Zero sense! It’s nit necessary for Newer Motorcycles to have this hard wired to the battery.