Summary: For the money, this is definitely a motorcyclist's asset. Fairly simple to use. Though no longer in production, refurbished ones can be found on ebay. A recommended tool for the roadway explorer.
Summary: This is a good basic GPS unit. Not very complicated and can give basic routing and waypoints. The GPS reciever can loose contact on occaision but usually reconnects quickly. A decent basic GPS.
Summary: What is wrong with all the new GPS's on the market these days, they are all touch screen, which if your trying to move a cursor around on the screen the find and un-known location you have to screw around for hours just to move the cursor in the right area's.
Summary: Although it's getting a bit dated now, the Garmin Quest is still an excellent GPS when the requirements include portability (pocket-sized and self-powered)and waterproof design. Hence, it is great for hikers, boaters, cyclists, etc.
Summary: This GPS is perfect for those who want a little more than just A-to-B navigation. I'm used to programming routes with multiple waypoints (not just individual segments), and the Quest is, as far as I can tell, the ONLY car GPS in this price range that will do that.
Summary: I purchased the Garmin Quest to use in my truck, my boat and for long ATV rides in the back country mountains of Nothern California. Before purchasing it, I researched about every other GPS on the market.
Summary: I recently purchesed the Garmin Quest and after using it for a month I have mixed feelings about it. First the hardware is excellent It has a great design, easy to see screen and performs well. The biggest drawback is the Mapsource software that is included with it.
Summary: I read many of the reviews, and thought it would be valuable if you had a chance to read a review based upon my 12 months of usage. I purchased it in December of 2004 and paid about $550. After 12 months of moderate use (about 15,000 miles of travel), I can say that it has held up extremely well.
Summary: Wanted a GPS for my car and motorcycle... I'm still using the suction cup mount sent with unit for car,I like the easy in easy out unit mount(the one without top clip) Actual suction cup and positioning arms are "OK"(light unit weight helps)...bought after market mount for cycle.