Summary: OK. It USUALLY works. But if you're slowly creeping through a roundabout, that's not a good time to block the screen and ask "Would you like to switch to walking mode?" Hell no, idiot box..I'm trying to merge with a lot of angry trucks and this isn't the time to deal with a dialog.
Summary: I have had this unit now for 2 seasons, in December this year going down to the US the unit stopped charging in the car. Once I returned home I determined that it was the USB port was malfunctioning. It worked perfectly until the battery ran out, and it won't take a charge now.
Summary: 1> I sold my Nuvi 500 and bought the Zumo 220 so that I could have bluetooth audio. The problem is that the GPS connects as a BT Cell Phone and not a BT Audio device. This means I can't connect my bluetooth cell phone to my Cardo Scala Rider G4 headset and make phone calls if the headset is paired...
Summary: There aren't a lot of GPS units out there for motorcycles. To my knowledge just the ones that Garmin make. This unit has some nice features, but I've had some issues with it too. First the map program that came with it didn't work and after a couple days of frustration, I wrote to the support team...
Summary: Decent features for a motorcycle GPS. Comes with RAM mounts, although they may not be specifically useful for your bike. For the price they need to add a few more RAM mounts to the pack. A stem mount would help.
Summary: the only way I was going to justify the cost of a motorbike satnav was to pay little money and also be able to use it in my car. This cost me £210 from Globalgps, and it comes with a good windscreen mount so I am well pleased with it.
Summary: Excellent product, bought on Amazon UK, because the price was a third of the prize in Denmark. It's rugged and waterproof, but soft inside perfect for transportation. Only minus by my purchase was the delivery time, almost 3 weeks from the UK to Denmark with Royal mail.