Tracking people, vehicles, and/or assets with a personal gps device. Ultra-compact design, built-in Super Strength Magnet. Attaches to vehicle are hidden in a backpack, case or purse. Track and map in real time on web-based software or SilverCloud App. Text and email notifications, location reporting, and historical playback are included.
👤I bought this because I suspected my boyfriend was unfaithful. I caught him doing the dirty with his ex-employee in his car the day it was delivered. Once you get to the point of wanting to find proof, you will find what you're looking for. It's funny thing... I didn't get to use the tracker yet because it was still on the charge.
👤The product is perfect. The case doesn't need to be strong. I was looking to find out where my husband was and it tracked the vehicle to the location. Evidence of his infidelity has given me peace of mind. Thanks for your help.
👤If you don't want to know the truth about a cheating person, don't buy this. I agree with that statement. This device will lead you straight there, so be sure to stop denying and be prepared to see the hard facts. The 30 second plan was too slow for me. The 10 second plan worked well for me. The company's people are amazing. The tech support is great. In the US. Very helpful and responsive. I only used it for a couple of months. Simple. You can use it under the vehicle. I found putting inside the truck to be just as accurate as putting outside. It's All True was the previous review. I am not a techie type person. I don't use tech whenever possible. I have to step up to the plate in certain situations. I have read at least a hundred reviews of this unit and many others in the same price range. The product is what was advertised. There is a It was easy to open an account on my phone. It took under 5 minutes. You have to pick a plan. There is a monthly fee. It's a small price to pay if you're serious about tracking someone. It was easy to get it up and running. It took 10 minutes. Max. It was partially charged out of the box, but it needed to be fully charged. The baby is accurate. I took it with me to run my errand and it showed me my location. At every stop. I know it has more features when using a computer, but I haven't had time to check it out. It is well constructed. The directions were easy to follow. It has a magnet in it. You don't have to buy a separate case. It seems like the battery life is good. It looks at all the boxes.
👤When it works, it works well. At times, the tracking does not update until the device is a long way away. Both of the gps units I purchased had the same issue. Better units out there are not reliable or safe in a covert situation.
👤The product was garbage, I put it on the car, and after one drive it fell of the car, and the battery died even though it was supposed to be at 60% life. $50 was wasted on the product and another $25 was spent on it. It was the worst waste of $75. Don't buy!
The RuggedGPS watch is built to endure the toughest environments. The standard for thermal, shock and water resistance is U.S. Military standard 810G. Multiple global navigation satellite systems (GPS, Glonass and Galileo) support helps track in more challenging environments. Train with activity profiles and monitor your heart rate. Silicone is the material of the strap. Automatic data uploads to the online fitness community and smart notifications with a compatible phone are some of the things you can do to stay connected. Use the trackback feature to navigate the same route back to your starting point, and use the explore website and app to plan your trips in advance. Up to 14 days in the watch mode, up to 16 hours in the gps mode, and up to 40 hours in the Ultratrac battery saver mode.
👤I have been on a frustrating activity tracker and smart watch journey. I was looking for something that didn't seem right. I like to hunt, hike, bike, and occasionally run. An accurate altimeter, barometer, andGPS are things that are very important to me. The first thing I bought was the Fenix 3 HR. I thought I had found the one that was impressive in the beginning. The issue was the altimeter. It wasn't accurate. I waited for the Fenix 5. Same issue. It was worse than the 3. I was told to put the watch in warm soapy water. I continued to experience the same issue even after this seemed to reset it back to normal. I decided not to put my watch in a warm glass of soapy water every night. The 5 plus appeared to solve the issues. But then, garmin made a change to the Instinct. This watch has caught my eye so far. It is light and comfortable. The Fenix watches are large and heavy to wear. You forget you are wearing a watch. The features are great. It has everything I need. I don't care about some of the measurements the Fenix gives you. Some people have commented on the display. I don't agree. It would be similar to E Ink from a book. It is a pleasure to look at and readable. It is black and white. The keys are easy to use. The menus are very fast. You can use the settings to get where you want. The buttons are very good and I have not accidentally pressed one while bending my wrist. The accuracy of the ABC sensors is still being tested but so far it is looking great. I can not say enough about this watch. It seems like a great model from Garmin that will fit in with the niche hunting/outdoors market. I will give an update in a month. I have had this watch for a few weeks and have taken it on several hunting trips. I am very impressed with this watch. This watch is light and comfortable. I think I forgot how nice it is to wear a watch that you forget is attached to your wrist, because I have been wearing heavier watches over the years. I didn't like wearing my watches to bed. I would get into my wrist because it was too bulky. Tracking seems to be accurate. When you are tracking an activity, the attitude has been accurate. What I like about this watch is it is comfortable. It is lightweight and responsive. Menus and screen. The buttons arecessed to avoid Accidental Presses. I only have a few complaints and suggestions to improve the watch. When you lock the keys, you can hold any button for a short time in order tounlock the watch. The amount of time it takes to hold the button is too long. It takes about half a second for it to be unlocked currently. This is a small complaint. The screen is a proprietary material. I would like it to be a display made of sapphires. You can't tell if there is a screen protector on the face because I put one on it. The battery indicator should show a percentage as opposed to the 5 bars in a battery indicator. It would be nice if they changed that. Please ask me questions. I would be happy to answer. Over the years, I've done a lot of research on these watches and believe I have finally found the perfect watch for my needs. I've used all of the watches. This is my favorite watch. An absolutely great watch is still available. Every single day, this watch is on my wrist. It is still very comfortable. I have had a couple issues that I will address. It is a button on the watch. The watch was still under warranty. The watch was replaced quickly. They received an A+ for their customer service. I would be SOL if it had gone out after the warranty period. I think it is a one year warranty. I use this watch a lot. It is always worn. It has held up very well. I still think it is an amazing watch for the price. The lock feature on the watch is one of the issues I stated in the review. You can lock the screen. It is very easy to get it unlocked by bending your wrist and hitting a button. This could be a simple fix. The amount of time required to press a button is not a problem. It doesn't happen very often. It can be very frustrating if it does during an activity. This will be my last update. I will buy another watch whenever this one dies because it has been an amazing watch for me. I hope the watch continues to be improved. All the boxes are checked for my needs.
The navigation with a large display helps you find everything well, especially suitable for professional truck drivers and older people. Despite the size, the base holds the navigation very firmly. The navigation system can be attached to the dashboard with the help of the 3M holder. Professional truck mode9inch truck gps navigator, professional truck customization, avoiding roads such as width, height and weight restrictions, and more. Estimated arrival times are provided with acoustic warnings and route planning. It makes your driving safer with progressive voice navigation. Other security alert types include average speed camera, red light camera, railway crossing, high accident area, city entry point, and dangerous area. Support Postcode, Address, Coordinates, Favorite and POI Search is a function of the car gps function. There are 24 routes options. Support for Map orGPS time setting. The gps sound can be transferred to your car with the support of a broadcast, but not a radio. Real voice navigation. Choose from a selection of voices that will give you navigation. You don't have to look at the screen all the time if you listen to a real man or woman voice broadcast. It makes driving safer and reduces fatigue. Average speed camera, red light camera, railway crossing, high accident zone, City Entry Piont, dangerous area are some of the security alert types. 2D / 3D map display in kilometers, meters, miles, feet, and yards. The latest map materials for the United States, Canada and Mexico are pre-installed in navigation equipment. There are updates for the rest of your life. You can upgrade through the official website. 2D / 3D map display in kilometers, meters, miles, feet, and yards. The latest map materials for the United States, Canada and Mexico are pre-installed in navigation equipment. There are updates for the rest of your life. You can upgrade through the official website.
👤It is large and easy to use, as you can see from the photos, it is around the size of my hand. More like a computer than a navigation device. Everything you can think of. There are games, radios, pictures, videos, and Sat Nav. I am very impressed by the price. The screen display is clear and never gets any trouble from the sun, even though the video might not do it justice. The gps navigation is very fast at loading.
👤Over the years, I've owned a lot of gps units. This is the best unit I have ever owned. The voice command feature can change the game. When you cross the centerline, the driver assist features alert you. This unit is great.
👤This project is disappointing to me. It's not learning routes very well. The most confusing way to get to my destinations is the most direct route. The large screen makes it easy to see on this product.
👤There was no paperwork in the package that I received the gps. I wanted to return the product but didn't have an address. Contacted Amazon, but they were unresponsive. What can I do?
👤Most cars will have a difficult time with this unit unless it is somewhere other than the windshield. Even though car is in the title, I think this unit is designed for larger vehicles. You may be looking for one for an RV as well. The unit is accurate and packed with features. Go through the settings before you go on your first trip to make sure you get the best use for your situation. This unit is a steal for drivers of trucks or RV's. I've used it in my car as a passenger side mount, like a police officer would have their computer. I drove by the voice commands. This can be in a better location if you are in a semi or RV. The speed limit alert is very accurate. It has games and media player capabilities for down time. The unit is a great price.
👤This gps is very good. I like it. The only problem I had was that the sticky didn't stick. Constantly falling. Didn't have any kind of glue. I usually don't put it on a window, but this time I had to. I had to glue the stand to the dashboard.
👤I thought I was buying a navigation device. I blame Amazon for this since I searched for it. My comparison is with my other unit. It takes forever to find the address and start directions for this brand. I can't read the street names because the screen size is too small. I don't like having to enter the city and then the street. If I prefer nuimer than street, I can travel from the correct city. I should have bought a device from the factory outlet. I kept this one because my daughter thought it was acceptable. The unit is cheaper at the store.
👤The display is clear and easy to use. The navigation is difficult. I entered searches for places like the Grand Tetons, but they were not found. It has to be returned because it doesn't support Map updates from the MAC. There isn't a detailed manual to find online, and the limited instructions it comes with indicates to work your support questions through Amazon. I need something that is easier to use and supports me.
See your surroundings with a 1-year Birdseye Satellite Imagery subscription. Montana locates its location quickly and precisely, thanks to its high-sensitivity, WAAS-enabledGPS receiver, Hotfix satellite prediction and GLONASS support. Track manager is able to organize and navigate through the track logs. CAPTURE THE MOMENT is a digital camera that has 8 megapixels and can be used for higher quality images and better resolution.
👤Preface: I just want to say that the product from Garmin is a good one with features that help navigate and rugged materials. It's like using 15 year old cellphone technology if you're using a Garmin product. It's the Blackberry that ignores innovation in key areas of user experience such as web browsing, excellent cameras, etc. I still think there's plenty of room for user experience improvement, even though that's not what the gps is supposed to do. There is a nice size screen and excellent back lighting. The combo of the powered/locking mount and the RAM mount was great. The battery life was good. It comes with cables and instructions. None of those things failed me. It doesn't come with a case, but it does have a map loading that's hesitant, and it's incongrocy zooming. I spent 18 hours in the wilderness of Washington and I swear it was 50% wrong on forest/fire service roads, and that's probably a data quality issue from the data source. It was difficult to find alternate routes with the 380T in the field because of the scrolling/zooming. In an example, I was plotted a course from forest service roads down through a campground and into the trees down a barely maintained foot trail, apparently because it connected to a road 2.5 miles away. It was a one way trip of hope and fear that I might have to figure out how to ride my bike back up a brutal path. I know I can get out of the hills on foot if I need to. This is a good unit. It feels and acts like a cellphone. Base Camp can be used to plan your back country trip so that you can have sat image as well as route. If you're a back country motorcyclist, you may be better off just using the maps on your phone. If you want to know if we can improve our HHGPS units to be even better than they are today, you should buy a SAMSUNG GALAXY S9 and pay attention to the user interface on GOOGLE EARTH.
👤The device works great, but it's not clear how to use it. I thought I would get great looking maps out of the box when I turned it on. Wrong. You have to download Basecamp, highlight the area you want detailed, and then download it to the gps device. You can only get maps in certain areas. This is free and included. It makes sense that there would be too much data to have maps of the whole USA. You just have to tell the device which areas you want. It's beyond me why the instructions, website, or support pages don't state this. It took me a lot of headaches to get to this point, but you might have read about it right away. I like it now.
👤I would give this product a good review since it was the only game in town in the late 90's. Back in the 90's, I used to own a gps navigator that was great. It's too old now. I am going to do the JMT next month and I got this unit. I went to the White mountains to check it out. I had a phone and a unit. The map was hard to read. There is no way to change the color of the track. It is green. When on trails, the topo maps have a green hue. The zoom is slow in response. The battery life is not near what they advertise. It took mine 8 hours. My phone was still working. I had to change my batteries. Come on, get with the times! One job is included in this unit for $500 or more to show you where you are going. My phone did more than that. This century, update your software. I'm sticking with my phone.
The 406 MHz Emergency Distress signal with 121.5 MHz Homing signal is used to send distress signals to Search and Rescue forces around the world. A small, rugged, lightweight personal locator beacon with attachment clips, belt clip, oral inflation tube clip, straps and lanyards for increased wearability for hikers, boaters, campers, climbers, RVing and all your outdoor adventures. Use the optional 406Link testing subscription to send pre-canned non- emergency self test and gps test messages to multiple contacts via text message and email. Global Coverage using the 3 satellite constellations of COSPAS-SARSAT, which sends your distress message directly to Search and Rescue agencies worldwide without the need for a rescue monitoring center Multiple visual signals are ensured by the use of a Strobe light that is bright as well as an IR Strobe light. Multiple visual signals are ensured by the use of a Strobe light that is bright as well as an IR Strobe light.
👤Do not buy this beacon if you see that it is being sold by a company called Orbital Satcom Corp. When we tried to set up our beacon, our satellite registration was rejected. ACR and the NOAA found out that Orbital Satcom Corp is illegally refurbished beacon from the UK. The beacon won't work in the US. I flagged Orbital Satcom Corp with Amazon because I am concerned that more of these illegal beacon may be on the market. We rely on this beacon to save our lives when we are fishing off shore without cell service. If we had an emergency, we would not have been saved because it was not working. $375 is spent on an emergency product that will not work and it has been illegally reprogrammed.
👤A brand-new sealed unit was received. The self-test failed immediately. ACR initially was very responsive, but then told me that they don't know when they will be able to provide a replacement, and that all their stock is allocated to filling new orders. Good luck getting a warranty replacement if you buy one of these. This is not acceptable on safety equipment.
👤The product was received in a timely manner, but the battery only has 4 years and 3 months left. When you don't get 5 years on the battery, don't advertise.
👤As long as I don't die, I can call for help. I bought my first one 5 years ago and it was very easy to use. The good news is that this is the second one I ordered, but I returned the first one because it was already 6 months old. The second one is 6 months old.
👤This is for Christmas. The unit tried to conduct their self test. The unit failed the test. I contacted ACR. I will make a new update based on how they respond. This review needs to be updated. The new unit was free of charge and passed both the basic self test and the gps test. I will increase my rating but my faith in this unit has been shaken because I am not the only one to have a brand new unit fail the "Basic Self Test".
👤There is a date on 1/3-21. It's not aGPSPLB so far. It might work as a drawer handle, but only if it is a drawer handle. The device is as expected. After returning the drawer handle, there was a little delay.
👤I chose the slightly more expensive version because it has a nice screen that gives you instant acknowledgement that the unit is on and working. I only tested it and it comes with a carrying case, you can attach it to your belt or loop. I ordered mine from the United Kingdom. I was unable to register my first unit for the warranty because the date of manufacture was missing. I was sent a new unit after contacting both Orbital Satcom and ACR. Make sure the date of manufacture is on the box.
Supremely accurate traffic information is what enables your TomTom GO. The navigation device can plan routes around traffic. Stay updated under the speed limit and be safer along the way. After your trial is over, switch to a subscription. Map updates for USA, Mexico and Canada are free. See what's happening with your GO ComfortGPS. Routes around road closings and other traffic hassles are easy to navigate. Stay up to date with the GO Comfort gps navigation device. You can get regular software and map updates with built-in internet. There was no computer needed. Supercharge your holidays with RoadTrips. The RoadTrips Community has created many driving and riding experiences. You can easily sync them to your gps. End the on-the-road distraction by texting. If you want to keep your focus on the road, you should have your messages read out loud. It's comfort's function.
👤This is a product review. I've been using the gps units for a long time and was interested in testing the new unit from the TomTom company. The Go Comfort is a gps device. The unit was in the box with a micro-USB charging cable, a single port 12vusb charging wart, a dashboard puck, and a QuickStart Guide. The dashboard puck has a 3M circle on it, but I never attach that sort of thing in my vehicles so I don't look at the capability of the dashboard puck. The unit came with enough charge in it to accomplish initial configuration, and since it charges via standardusb cable, finding a place to plug it in while working through the intial configuration was very convenient and simple to do. The system expects you to know to go into the Menu to do anything, and on initial power-up, the 4-dot indicator wasn't labeled. The Getting Started Guide was easy to understand, as it was clear that it was necessary to open the menu. The Getting Started Guide is multi-language, but I don't like the format where it mixes 2 languages on each page. I like to read the manual in one language and the other in another, as it makes getting through the steps easier. There were more than 2GB of updates applied to the system. This is a feature I have not used on a Garmin unit, but it is interesting. I was able to download the system and map updates directly to the unit after I joined the system to my network and created a TomTom account. The updates took about 40 minutes to apply. There isn't anything that leads you to believe there is something to do before the unit starts. You can use the unit right out of the box and put a destination into the system when it finds satellites. The first issue I had was this one. It took a long time to find satellites. That meant that the time wasn't correct and it didn't know where I was. The time it took to find satellites was more difficult for the TomTom than it was for me. I had to move the TomTom into a window in order to register it, so that it could easily be found on the same desk. After getting my preferences set up, I tested this several times and never saw a change in behavior. The finding of satellites did not improve after applying the system updates. It took 40 minutes to find the satellites. The finding of satellites in the car was much better than in the house. The unit holds the satellite connections very well once found. You are encouraged to use the MyDrive app to connect to the gps. The user experience was less than stellar. You need to connect to the MyDrive app on your phone to get the traffic data. It was one of the most difficult combinations I've ever encountered. 5 attempts, 2 uninstalls of the app, and a factory reset of the gps unit are what it took to make a simple pair. I had to enable tethering before the gps would connect for the data connection to work. Until the tethering function was enabled, nothing else would work except for the connection for phone functions. I'm not new at connecting devices to my phone, and I'm running a fully updated version of the phone's operating system. The traditional method of connecting a device to a computer is not used in the pairing process. This is the source of the problems. I didn't like the other piece of this. If I wanted to use my phone as a navigation device, and to get the most help from a gps, I would use a map service like Google Maps. This is a major flaw of the setup. If I have to drain my phone battery and open an app in order to get traffic data, the device will be worthless. The first flaw in the MyDrive app is the fundamental premise. The idea of using your phone for route planning might sound nice to some, but you can do the same thing from the gps unit, so it isn't clear what advantage this approach has. The Getting Started Guide doesn't discuss the app, so it doesn't help clarify the situation. The app doesn't have a way to save routes or places you look up in it, but it syncs to your account. It's strange that you wouldn't see this inside the app, if it's a multi-screen synchronized ecosystem. The routes built on the phone won't sync to the gps if the link isn't working properly, even when you log into your account on the gps unit. The app only adds to the equation by grabbing traffic information, and doesn't add anything else. I was able to test the accuracy of my current maps on a road trip. Even though I had to have my phone connected to see the issue, the device performed perfectly, even though we ran into a major accident on the way home. The same issue was seen by the second phone running the maps and the first one, and it was the same as the one that the TomTom suggested. The re-pathing was very logical and fast. The time to destination was re-calculated and it was very accurate. You can save your home address to make a one-step route plan. There are buttons for finding parking lots and gas stations. There is a'safety camera' recording capability that feeds a data stream to other drivers about where red light and speed trap cameras are located across the country. The Go Comfort is a good gps unit. It is suffering from a flawed and seemingly unnecessary app. Getting from point A to point B is easy once you get past those issues. Paying for a separate unit for traffic data is questionable when it's included in free maps.
It's easy to use a gps navigator. The maps are easy to see. alternate routes are suggested by the traffic company. Yes, the backup camera is compatible with BC 30 or BC 40. Voice activated and ability to pair with a compatible phone. Notable historic sites and the U.S national parks directory are part of the HISTORY network. Without a computer, built in wi-fi for map and software updates.
👤I used a cellphone as my primary navigation tool and purchased the DriveSmart 65. The cellphone navigation systems are great, but I didn't like the convenience of the stand-alone units. I didn't like the fact that the navigation apps weren't easy to see when I manually used the phone for a phone call. There are two more Unless you use a different app or download offline maps from the internet, there's no navigation when you don't have cellular coverage. There are 3 more I never found the offline maps to work for me, there was always a problem with resolution that I could not resolve. Offline mode was not always used to work in general. I tried some of the other free offline navigation apps, but they seemed to be behind in updates, and did not seem refined, leaving me with a slight but ever present apprehension in my mind. I didn't like the small screen size when in portrait mode, even though I had an iPhone Plus. There are five The navigation app on my cellphone ran in the background and was not visible to view. I didn't see all of the trip info functions that the vehicle navigators offered. The app navigators had the same trip info, but it was hard to see. The DriveSmart 65 was more expensive than the 55, but the extras screen real estate was worth a few extra dollars for me. It is hardware. The screen is beautiful! Great resolution and bright colors. The brightness is turned up all the way. The 6.9 inch is the perfect size for me since I like to have all of the trip data functions showing on the screen at all times while allowing for ample space for the map/ navigation which is the most important part. The screen seems to be made of glass, but I am not sure if it is scratch resistant. The frame has a minimal amount of bezel which adds to visual appeal but makes accidental touches easy when trying to adjust the postition/angle of the unit on the mount. The screen is responsive to touch and there is little lag navigating through the menus, as it should be for a device at this price point. The speaker is loud and clear. I don't know what processor is in the unit, but I hope it is an upgrade from last year's model. It is smart to get the best hardware within your means, especially if you plan on keeping the device for several years, to ensure it will be able to effectively run the software updates. I don't like the way the power cord plugs into the back of the device. It would be great if it was plugged into the side or bottom, because it would be easier to mount the device on a desk if the power cord was not sticking out. The mount is standard and works well for mounting on a window, but I have seen it fall off of a vehicle. I bought a friction dash mount from Garmin because it seems to work well for now. I can't state my findings because I haven't had the battery disconnected from a power source for that long. It is very easy to use the software. It seems that the years of production have allowed time for most bugs to be worked out. The high detail map option provides a lot of detail and is helpful in keeping the user oriented from a geographical perspective. When you zoom out with the intent to use it indefinitely, the unit will automatically zoom you back in to the default setting, even though it does not really want you to have full reign on the map. You can have phone notifications for email/text/etc to show on the unit if you sync your phone to it. The option to make and receive phone calls when you sync the device to your phone is available for those that may need it. The unit has the ability to update maps without a computer. After attempting to update the maps 4 times, I got error code each time and the device aborted the process. Maybe it is because my internet connection is not high-speed. It will be great to see if there is a similar issue among other people. The maps will have to be updated with a PC. Conclusions: The device performs well as expected. Excellent native route planning and accurate navigation. The screen is bright and high resolution. It's right in the sweet spot. I am not convinced that the features this unit offers are practical enough to justify the higher price. If the processor is better than last year's model, this is a good value. It was a factual decision. I don't have to use my phone as my main navigation when I have a stand-alone navigator. Happy with the purchase, even though I mentioned some things. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a navigator.
The navigator has smart features and is edge-to-edge. Map updates of North America are included in the easy-to-use navigator. There are simple on-screen menus and maps that show 3-D buildings. Without using a phone, the traffic is ready to use right out of the box. Voice-activated and ability to pair with a compatible andGPS-enabled phone for hands-free calling, smart notifications and live traffic via the garmin drive app Voice-activated and ability to pair with a compatible andGPS-enabled phone for hands-free calling, smart notifications and live traffic via the garmin drive app
👤This device is used. I didn't know what to think when I ordered it, but once I got it, I was ready to use it. I plugged it into my computer and it said that it needed software updates and map updates that would take 3 hours to complete. I tried to run the updates multiple times but they would freeze up in about 20 minutes. I took a look at the device to make sure it was up to date. The home map of the device was not easy to change. I returned it because of the software/map update freezing. The seller,CTGINC, told me that they found it to be working well and that they would not charge me a restocking fee.
👤The package arrived on time. I tried to download updates, but they froze up. I tried four times, but they could not help me.
👤Can't tell if it's new or refurbished. It worked out fine. It was fully charged. It was updated quickly. I copied all my contacts when I was on my phone. I didn't have to put my destinations in manually because I loaded all my saved destinations from my RV's backup. I wouldn't load destinations from my older nuvi series. All my others show elevation, but not in a sub menu. My older nuvi 2555 did not have a weather radar. There aren't many buttons on the map screen. Everything but back and zoom requires two presses. Go to the menu first and then press un-mute. It's a pain when in traffic. Tell it to shut up or turn it on. The larger screen is nice.
👤The unit worked well and had no problems. The old style ends of theusb cables do not fit the gps Micro ends are needed on both ends. I told the seller that I would not have to send the gps because I already sent the 2 cables back. He wanted pictures and I wanted him to send a return label. Never heard from him again. The rating was 1 star seller. The gps is 5 stars. You will need to purchase a power cord in order to receive traffic updates. I have one. It was around $60 dollars. Should have sent it back to Amazon. I liked the way the gps worked. I only recommend the product. The return was started because the seller wouldn't replace the wrong cable. The seller is not even rated after the cancellation of the return. Dmd.
👤This is my most important companion because I make several road trips every year. It makes it easy to find destinations. It's helpful to know about potential traffic problems and detours. It is easy to use. I have a road atlas with me, as I am old school. Sometimes you need to use common sense and check your destination on a map. I highly recommend this to anyone who travels by car. It helps to find places you don't know about.
👤The big screen is like that. In route mode, the street name is not given before you make a right or left turn. Just turn right - turn left. The street name is displayed at the top of the screen. My others don't have that problem. They mention the street name before turning. Still like the unit.
Turn by street navigation. There are over 100000 4WD ATVs. Track recording and community publishing. There are a million points of interest.
👤The display is big enough to read quickly while driving and not too big to block the window. If you want the display to face you and the camera looking forward, you can place the camera separately from the display. The camera has a Sony STARVIS sensor, but it can't shoot at higher resolutions. If you plan on saving your videos, that will be manageable. You might want to wrap the camera in something before putting it in the glove box because the camera sticks out a bit from the back. I might invest in a case. If you're like me, you already have a kitchen drawer full of those things, so you don't need a new one. I ran the cable down to my cigarette lighter because I wanted to use it for smoking. The magnetic mount on the gps allows you to remove it easily and leave the hardware in the same position. There are a lot of options with the software. It's a lot simpler to update the whole unit via the internet than it is to do it with cables. The password is the most difficult part.
👤This unit had a lot of extras for off roading. That is good but what ruined it for me was the inaccuracy of the maps. I tried to find my home address, but the gos couldn't locate it. I didn't know that the gps map data claimed that my home address was in a town 20 minutes away. From the actual town location. Several addresses near me were hit and miss mixing the correct town location with the incorrect town location, even when the locations were right next to each other making this geographically impossible. If this unit could not get simple public knowledge correct, why should I trust it with off road information? It was difficult to enter actual address information because I didn't know how to do it. When I entered the address to my current location, the gps showed the address as being 2 miles from my location, which was incorrect. I wanted this gps unit to work so badly because everything else it claimed it did, it actually did. I couldn't commit to a $300 unit because of its unreliable mapping. The unit should be able to do what a smart phone can do for free. This is not a good purchase for me. It is unfortunate that people like to back this product because research would lead you to believe that it was a good purchase, if I had not been there.
👤This unit has the potential to be a great unit, but it falls short. It works well for most people and has a lot of great features. If I get in trouble, I want to see every trail available to me. If you don't use the trails they supply with the unit, you're out of luck. There are a lot of trails on other maps that you can't see with this device. Satellite imagery would solve the problem of being able to see all the available trails. I don't think this unit is really useful. It has all your maps available all the time which makes it a good backup to carry in cases where you don't have a cell tower or internet.
The display is built rugged and passed the military standard for drop test. You can get spoken turn-by-turn directions through your connected helmet or headset. Direct-to-device downloads and no annual subscription are available for BirdsEye Satellite Imagery. There are options for riding on curvy or hilly roads. You can easily manage and review routes, tracks, and waypoints with the help of a navigator. You can record your route with the track recorder and save it for future adventures. You can access live traffic and weather, share routes with other riders, and get phone notifications with the Garmin Drive app.
👤I don't know how many gpss I have used on a motorcycle. I think it's around 10. The motorcycle specific Gps are the first I have tried and they are too small for my liking. I have had it for about a year. My actual use has been limited because of the lack of appeal to ride in our Florida heat and humidity. There are a few observations about the screen. Even in direct sunlight, it is bright and readable. It's better than any of the previous ones I've used. Big plus! The data fields are easy to read, and the speed indicator glows red when you are speeding. The screen on the gps is glove friendly. Maybe this year I will be able to escape from Florida. The screen is a perfect size. The last 3 gpss I used were massive trucks. Big, easy to read, and extremely competent, but bulky. The larger, dimmer screen on the others is not as bright as the brighter screen on this, and the smaller overall size fits into the dash area better. Another plus. The Zumo is impervious to rain. The automotive/truckGPSs I have been using were not up to date. It's nice to no longer worry about the gps getting wet. The standard 1” ball mount was used for the gps. There is no need for special cradles or adapters. I decided to use the previously installed Ram ball and a 6” arm I already had in a big box of extra Ram stuff instead of using the bar mount and arm. The included dock/mount seems to hold the gps in place. You can remove the gps in a split second if you push a button on the back. The cable stays with the mount. The rubber cover for the contacts is included when the gps is not installed. Installation is very fast. Simply clip it back on. It's great if you have a place to securely store the gps. Some people may think that a thief can push the same button and walk away with your gps. The wiring was easy to follow. You need a negative and positive wire. I don't have to worry about messing with the gps because my car is wired to a hot-all-the-time circuit. The map retains detail when you zoom in, which is something I believe will make this gps more useful than any of the newer gpss I have used. I don't follow a pre-determined route on the bike. On the bike, I usually wing it, with only a general idea of where I'm headed, using the gps more as an electronic road atlas than just blindly following a route. You can still see the secondary roads with the map detail turned all the way up. Secondary roads are usually disabled above.3 or.500 miles. If you want to know where that little road you are thinking of exploring goes to, you might be able to see by zooming out, instead of having to scroll around and lose perspective. I prefer to adjust the zoom level myself when underway. The auto zoom seems to work at a useful level so far. I will try it. Time will tell... I just set it manually because I got tired of it zooming in and out on it's own. For the first year that I had this gps, I had a problem with how it handled points of interest. For the uninitiated and non-geeks, custom points of interest are lists of locations that may be of interest to you that would not normally be included with a gps's factory installed POIs. They can be a collection of stores or a collection of stores. The lists can be downloaded from a website, or you can make your own if you want to. The custom POIs were only accessible by digging into the menu system on the Zumo XT. A top level search didn't include custom POIs. I could live with that, but the worst thing for me was that there was no way to make the custom POI icons on the map. It's always nice to look at the map and see if one is close to something. The unit started showing custom POIs after the system update. "Up ahead" in the map settings menu must be checked to show your POIs. This will show the system icons for fuel, restaurants, and motorcycle related POIs, and it can make the screen a little busy, but hey, I'll take it. Speaking of POIs. I have found the pre-loaded POIs to be very inaccurate and frustrating to use. They have sent me on wild goose chases to businesses that were either notexistent or somewhere else. A big deal in a large RV is a frustrating annoyance on a motorcycle. Because of this, I stopped using Garmin's POIs a couple of years ago and now use other alternatives when searching for food, fuel, or anything else. Really? They could be better now. I don't know. I have been burned so many times that it will be a while before I try to use them again. I let the gps show me the nearest gas station for the first time since I owned it, against my better judgement. We went after it was shown to be close to us. I passed a gas station on the way that the gps didn't know about, and it took me about 5 blocks further up the street to a run down old building that was probably a gas station in a previous life. We were checking out an RV park for a future trip later that day, and I let the gps search for nearby RV parks on my phone. It didn't know that the RV park was established. The bottom line. If you need to find a place, don't use the POIs. You can enter the address into the gps by searching for it on your cell phone. The weather radar is connected to your phone through a wireless connection. I haven't had any showers that chase me around yet, but it all seems to work if you have a good wireless data signal. This feature is really cool. I have only used it for short trips, but if it's like any of my other current ones, they will find the address and you can be pretty confident they will get you there eventually, but will also sometimes choose strange routes. Always take a quick look at the proposed route, and always choose common sense over what a gps tells you. This thing is expensive. It's very expensive. It is the most expensive non-marine gps I have ever purchased. I would buy it again in a second. I still think it's great and would not want to be without it. As time goes on, I will probably update this review.
The handheld gps is reliable. The display has a sunlight-readable color and display size of 220 x 220. There are roads and trails for hiking and cycling in the Topo Active maps. Tracking in more challenging environments is possible with the support of gps and GLONASS satellite systems. There is 8 gigabytes of internal memory for map downloads. Up to 25 hours in the gps mode with 2 AA batteries.
👤A lot of the negative reviewers didn't understand what they were buying when they ordered this. This isn't a replacement for your maps and it isn't intended to be. Some of the negatives are positive features. It was large. It's large, but it will take a lot more beating than a small smart phone. The shape makes it easier to hold in the hand. 2. There is no touchscreen. Have you ever tried to use your phone in the rain? Touchscreens are great in warm climates. It is designed for use in dirty environments. 3. The user interface is outdated. This sort of phone is similar to a 2008 cell phone. The layout is easy to set up and contributes to the battery life. 4. AA batteries. The eTrex doesn't have a rechargeable battery like every other electronic device. It's difficult to understand why they think this would be a good idea. If you're out on a long hike/camping/hunting trip for several days, it's unlikely that you'll have access to a charging port, which makes it easier to just pop in two new batteries when the old ones run out. 5. There is a memory capacity. The maps take up the entire integrated memory. You can buy a 32gb card for $6 and download as many maps as you want. There are lots of videos on how to do this. 6. There is no map detail. I haven't encountered any flaws with the maps, so unless you're trekking through Gates of the Arctic, you'll probably be covered on any state or local trails. 7. Inaccuracy of location. The registered location is close to where I'm actually standing. My cell phone is usually off by 50 to 100 feet. It's not the point of exactitude, it's to help you find your way back to your camp, etc. Being off by a few yards isn't a big deal if you're within sightline. There are 8. There are noroutable maps. It operates differently than your phone's map app. You type in the address and it takes you there. It's not clear why people think it won't. There are 9. The features and interface are confusing. I can't believe this one. There are lots of videos and articles on how to use features. I download AllTrails Pro trails into Basecamp and then export them onto the eTrex when I'm ready to go. I follow the trail on the device. There are two more When I go on a non-prepared trip, I use the eTrex to record my track and save it on the device, then I plug it into my computer and send it to Basecamp. Done. If you're outdoors a lot, you're willing to dedicate minimal time to understanding how to use it, and you understand that this sub-$200 gps that will last you for a decade is not intended to replace your $800+ cellphone.
👤The company is abysmal. The product they have created is straight out of the era of the Blackberry. They offer nothing in the handheld market that is close to a modern device. This piece of hardware and software is not good. I will return it. I didn't return the inferior Garmin that I have in my car, and it burns me up. Never again! The screen is tiny, and I have encountered other issues in my brief period of ownership. I need to hike in the desert. The screen is useless. My phone works in the same way with no glasses. - The best tech minds don't work for Garmin. - The screen gets bumped in your pocket and you lose battery life. You can't search for a location by state, it returns zero results. The method to change the order of items in the Main menu is different from the Route Planning menu. - The deleted tracks menu contains all the settings. What? There are no maps. The data is solid, so I give this 2 stars instead of 1 Since my return of this device, I have been using a solution. I wanted a dedicated device just for mapping, I hike extensively off trail. I bought a burner phone at a box store and it works without being activated. I disabled all the apps that I could. I bought and downloaded Gaia for mapping and route finding. You can download maps before you leave. You can get phone service if you don't have to download maps, but it will cost more. I made the device bulletproof by adding a protective case with a backpack clip and an external battery pack. The setup has been great. Gaia is awesome. There are maps on the screen. The hardware and software are easy to use. The accuracy is very good. I have access to a lot of maps. Finally, it's a cheaper option. It's shocking that the company that does this can't do it.
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