Summary: this gps has been one tough customer i have dropped it a number of times by accident and it still works. it has got me everywhere i have wanted to go and it ties my iphone to my bluetooth helmet nicely.
Summary: I got this in preparation for a long trip. I like that it's rugged and fairly easy to use. I have a 12V outlet on my bike near the mounting position so I'm not concerned about the unit's battery life.
Summary: it's a darn good piece for the bike, lacking a voice for use while driving is a major shorcomming. a small self contained speaker or cheapie blue tooth earpiece would probably suffice. this is a minor issue, but i can't change the cursor, either.
Summary: BEFORE I purchased this unit, I read the reviews- many or most being negative - and I still purchased it. Although I found the comments to be mainly true, I'm still satisfied with my purchase. Let's review a few of the comments made by naysayers. 1.
Summary: The TomTom Rider 2 is exactly what they say it is.It does a good job as a GPS unit.If you have had a TomTom unit befor the Rider, you will be very comfortable in the menus of the Rider2. The Ram mount included in the box is very sturdy and holds the Rider very securly.
Summary: A bit pricy for what you get. I already had 2 sets of Scala Rider Q2 head sets. Would have prefered to have payed less and just bought the TomTom Rider 2 without the Scala headset. Does not come with car adapter. Works just like regular GPS but more expensive for what you get.