Summary: Great quality device, easy to install. I'd like a better voice over bluetooth as i find it not loud enough, maybe a master boost option. Visible in sunlight providing the backlight is turned up to full.
Summary: After being a Tom Tom user for 10 years I find the garmin less user friendly, the only reason I bought it was a recent trip to Spain riding through France and a mate had done all the routes on garmin software , to be fair it was really good never got us lost and was easy to use with gloves on , the...
Summary: Bought this Sat Nav for bike trip abroad. Due to fact that it has lane assist, plan trips and few other interesting extras. To be honest it has worked well and probably down to operator error when I have had problems. Hoping so anyway.
Summary: I recently bought this sat-nav as I like the lane assist and junction view features which help to avoid missed turns.The unit itself feels very well made and solid and the supplied mounts are of very good quality. Screen icons are a good size and I was able to enter information with my gloves on.
Summary: Bought the Garmin Zumo 390 for my motorbike after lots of research - was tempted by the new Tomtom Rider 400 but didn't like the fact it used my phone for data, but then I couldn't use it for calls. Zumo 590 ticked all my boxes (Satnav, phone and Mp3 player), but was far too expensive.
Summary: Good product, easy to install and very nicely made. Not used it for a trip on the bike yet as the weather is quite poor, but used it in the car. In the past when looking for places we used our phones for sat nav but thats if theres a decent signal. The Garmin was perfect for this.