Summary: I've been using my 600c after updating from an earlier model. I've seen other GPS units my friends have, but would never trade theirs for mine. I use mine in the car and on my motorcycle. Like no other GPS, it is visible in broad daylight on my bike.
Summary: I've had this unit for 6 months now and I couldn't be happier. It's a little work-horse (actually the unit is pretty big). It always finds a satellite signal before I've finished backing out of the driveway. It doesn't seem to suffer from any software glitches (at least I haven't encountered any).
Summary: I have had several GPS systems. This is by far the best. It has a clear LARGE screen, it can be configured to show whatever features you want, like contours of the land, Fast Food restaurants, and/or marine items. So far I have only used it in my car, but I plan to use it on the boat this summer.
Summary: Waterproof, Heavy Duty, Jumbo BRIGHT Display, kinda quirky till you get to know it, but DOES EVERYTHING YOU CAN THINK OF. It doesn't have a Radar Transmitter like it's Marine big brothers made by Lowrance, but it's not 11 Thousand dollars either, like they are.
Summary: I puchased a 500c over a year ago. A couple of months ago I updated the software that I downloaded from their site. After the update The maps were messed up and I could not use it. I called customer support and explained all the steps I had taken to update the software.
Summary: Versatile for truck, RV, and boat usage. Good built-in lake maps. Large bright screen. Easy to use buttons. Sat data is useful, but locations are not user downloadable (not yet). The unit is heavy, tough and stout. The holder is strong. The suction cup is very tight.
Heavy duty, industrial, versatile unit. Great VGA display.
8 April 2007
Summary: The Lowrance iWay 600C is waterproof, can be used in a boat, or other wet, dusty, dirty or harsh environment. Heavy duty, industrial quality, shock resistant, great for 4x4ing or other demanding environments. 30Gig internal hard drive. Heavy, quality made unit.