Pretty expensive for a cheap plastic cover to protect your ...
R. Bliss, Amazon
8 September 2015
Summary: Does the job. I wouldn't have had to buy this if the original GPS harness worked properly. My old cover bounced off my handlebars when I was on the highway. Pretty expensive for a cheap plastic cover to protect your GPS connectors.
This is a cap only for the motorcycle docking base ...
Amazon Customer, Amazon
6 September 2015
Summary: This is a cap only for the motorcycle docking base, not the entire GPS unit. You don't need this if you buy a new Zumo 660 since there is already one in the box. I didn't research this properly before purchasing.
Don't consider this an improvement after 8 years with a Garmin 378
Amazon Customer "m20kpilot", Amazon
29 July 2015
Summary: I bought to replace a Garmin 378 of 2007 vintage that had ridden about 80,000 miles in a Touratech locking mount. The memory battery of the Garmin 378 had long been shot and I wanted to upgrade so I picked this one and installed it in a locking Touratech mount.
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.
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.
Summary: Stupid expensive for five-year-old technology. Frustrating user interface, especially compared to Waze on an iPhone, which is what I uses for most navigation. I wanted to smash it in frustration just trying to enter a basic US address, never mind French Canadian addresses!
Summary: I live in Tokyo, and with even a massive amount of required data the GPS holds its own. The complaint I have is that the port for connecting the USB cable is located inside of the enclosed battery compartment.
Summary: I bought this to replace my aging Zumo 550. I wish I could have kept the 550. First, unlike the 550, the 665 uses the memory card for additional storage for map updates. The 665 doesn't come with the card you have to purchase it separately but right out of the box the 665 is almost out of internal...
Summary: I own a 2013 HD Electra Glide Ultra Classic and purchased the Garmin Zumo 660 from Amazon because of the better price. HD has an identical version called Road Tech Garmin Zumo 660, but more on that a little later: Pros - ease of installation.
Summary: When I received the case I was a a little disappointed. It is a nice fleece/type lining, snug and compact but I can barely get the Garmin 5" inside it. I thought it would have given me room for the clip-on back piece too, but it didn't and has no place to put it so I have to carry it separately with...