Summary: I bought the Zumo two years ago for about $400. I bought the gps, the case, and the mounting gear with a power cable. I don't use this unit much since I don't ride my motorcycle much but over the years I've noticed some serious issues. For one, the maps are terrible.
Summary: I bought this to replace a Zumo 450 that was badly flawed from the day I got it. I annoyed me to have to spend so much money to replace something a year and half old, but I needed it desperately. Cons --The screen is really small --Unlike previous generations, the controls are all touch screen.
Summary: This unit uses a usb plug for external powering. It is designed for motorcycle use. The usb plug in is located on the back of the unit and I don't see any way it can keep water out of the pulgin. So I returned it and got the 660 instead. If you ride in the rain it's not for you.
Summary: So the unit came in a timely manner. Downhill fron there. Updating/unlocking software/unit is a time-consumeing and confusing process, requireing about three sets of an infinite range of numbers. There goes two hours.
Summary: we have had the Garmin Zumo 220 for about 2 weeks but have yet to find a blue tooth head set that will give enough volume at speed on a bike Garmin have been no help at all, we have tried several different blue tooth kits but all no good, have contacted sonic communications in Birmingham and they...
Summary: It is hard to review an electronic device these days without comparing it to something Apple might have made. If this is the current benchmark then this product does not fare at all well - being slow, bulky, with a low resolution blurry screen and poor UI.
Summary: Das Zumo 220 hinterläßt bei mir einen zwiespältigen Eindruck.Die Verarbeitung ist ganz ordentlich.Doch scheint die verbaute CPU den anforderungen nicht gewachsen zu sein.Die Grafische Darstellung hängt oft hinterher,selbst wenn auf nidriegster Detailstufe navigiert wird.Das mitgelieferte Programm...