Sent it back when it couldn't find my location with ...
Sam Lopez, Amazon
20 April 2015
Summary: Sent it back when it couldn't find my location with any accuracy. Found the 'WAZE' free app - works perfectly. While I use it for my bike, it (WAZE) is more responsive than my TOMTOM that I use in my car.
Summary: This is a great device in it's own way. It's not really fancy and it doesn't have every single point of interest that I've wanted to find but it works well has a decent battery and takes me to where I want to go.
Summary: Garmin no longer recognises the unit so there are no upgrades available. I bought a refurbished unit and it shuts down in direct sunlight quite a bit. For the price or the Garmin 500 which offers way more. A Quest of any model is a bad investment.
Summary: I've had the Quest 2 for 4 or 5 years. I use it nearly every day. It is very lightweight and small. It does fit easily into a shirt or pants pocket for safety or use. It holds 500 waypoints! Not just 1 or 2, so waypoints or destinations from last week or years ago are still in the memory.
Summary: After much shopping around I picked the Garmin Quest 2 for its features and price. However, what I got was a product that would not work out of the box. Yes it would turn on and off go through the set up and menu options.
Summary: The Quest 11 is much like the Quest 1, except the maps are preloaded into it's much larger memory. If you've ever changed units, or computers, you'll know what a hassle this saves. On the road, performance is great, as long as you haven't added additional map sets.