Summary: bought gps from seller. its a little old fashioned but its a good buy if your getting one of these for yourself for the first time. even without an insruction manuel its easy to use. just needed a little updating.
Summary: I used my Quest2 on my motorcyle and I was pleasantly surprise how compact and easy it was to use. I wish it would recalibrate a bit quicker, It left me hanging a few times after making a couple of turns on a freeway thru a few large cities. I did get rained on but never had any problems with it.
Summary: I have four different Garmin products and this is one of the best. It has all of the maps preloaded and is not difficult to program routes. The Quest is almost the same cost and not half the product of the Quest-2. I have both units.
Summary: This unit is a good unit for anyone who needs one for use on a motorcycle, it is a little slower to adjust for changes in route. Sometimes charts a route that just isn't close to being fastest, or closest. The parts I do like are the speed display, distance to next turn, and ease of programing.
Summary: I love the fact that this units fits in a shirt pocket and can run for many hours on one recharge. I bought it to replace my Garmin Quest that was lost/stolen. Unlike the original Quest, this one holds all of North America (no more reloading maps every time I travel).
Summary: I bought the Garmin Quest 2 gps mainly to use on my motorcycle. It is small and compact and is fairly easy to mount on the bike. I have not been able to use it on the motorcycle yet as it is still winter, but, I have used it in my car and it works pretty good.
Summary: I bought this GPS about a year ago and absolutely love it. I use it on my motorcycle as well as my car. It works great. The only drawback to it is that it sometimes takes a while to calculate route changes.
Summary: This my third Garmin GPS. All have worked very well. Replaced first two with the Quest2 because couldn't upgrade their internal maps. Quest2 can be used in a vehicle or hand held with topo maps.