I have this GPS and love it. HOWEVER, they have started making another model that has a better screen that can be read in bright sunlight. My buddy get it (can't remember the model number) and it is easier to read.
...great price - I paid almost $500. But as Two Wheels said, its hard to see in direct sun. Ok for car, but if I was getting a gps to use on a bike it would be a C500 series or a Streetpilot 2600 series. Zumos are nice but $$$.
The C340 is a great gps. Very basic features but very user friendly.
The cradle that comes with the unit just plain sucks. Ram cradles and mounts are sooo much better.
I haven't made a "DIY" project post since the format change, so here's to hoping this works....
I decided to put an old Droid Turbo into service as a GPS unit on my bike, but I wanted to be able to waterproof it so I didn’t have to worry about rain, or water crossings. I’ve done the plastic...
I saw Chinese GPS on eBay claimed to be waterproof.
Any one has a good experience with them? and do you recommend that?
I may eventually go with a Zu:smile2:mo , but want to know about these less expensive too.
Ride safe/Ride long
I’m in the market for either a dedicated Bluetooth helmet or a system that can be installed. Primary use is for communication between my wife and I while riding together and cell phone use. Since my wife and I are both due for replacement helmets I can go either route. I would be interested in...
I'll preface this by saying that I'm not trying to start yet another "GPS Vs Smart Phone Navigation" thread. Between here and other MC forums, I think there's enough written about that to rival the page count of War and Peace.
I still use a Garmin 2455 to navigate, but I've been...
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