Summary: I like this and will order additional ones. What is important to know, is this hard plastic. The only thing rubber on this is an O ring on the underside to seal the area surrounding the connectors on the GPS mount. Works well and clicks right in and easy to remove.
Summary: There aren't too many options out there for motorcycle GPS systems. I think it's way over priced. I don't like Garmin's graphical interface. Especially when inputting an address because it doesn't put all the letters on one screen. You have to select the letter range first, so putting in city names or street names can take twice as long. It does have some nice features though. Auto-night colors when it gets dark out.
... it a few times this fall but it works great! I have also used it in my car ...
clerkjane "clerkjane", Amazon
4 weeks ago
Summary: I have only had the opportunity to use it a few times this fall but it works great! I have also used it in my car and it automatically sets itself for "automobile" mode and when I attach it to my motorcycle, again it automatically sets itself to "motorcycle" mode. I had a cheaper Garmin Nuvi for my car and used it on my motorcycle but unfortunately the vibration over time messed up the plug-in/connection so it doesn't always charge.
Summary: Really pricey for what you get. I've been using it on my Harley Road King to lead club rides for about 8 months. I honestly can't figure out what this GPS does that the average $99 Tom Tom doesn't do. Albeit, I do like the fact that you can record and play music from the included Scandisc. I also like how it logs trips, this is probably it's most useful feature.