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Zumo Or Tom Tom?

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I don't think the Tom Tom is water proof.

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Re: Zumo Or Tom Tom?

I've been using a Tom Tom Rider 2nd ED for a couple of years. It's now discontinued and their replacement is only available in the UK. The unit is waterproof and it has nice features, but since it's discontinued it won't do you much good. I think the Zumo 665 is overated; just my .02


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Re: Zumo Or Tom Tom?

The 665 works great. Mine works like a champ. Blutoothed to Blackberry Storm & JM Headset in helmet. XM and MP3 and Nav is great. And stereo blutooth to boot!

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I have XM Weather, Traffic alerts and REDlight camera subscription.

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Re: Zumo Or Tom Tom?

My daughter had a TomTom for just over 1 year and it quit, TomTom told her to buy a new one, no repair was available. I will never buy from them again Garmin all the way.


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Zumo all the way... and don't look back

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Re: Zumo Or Tom Tom?

My Zumo 550 has taken a "licking and kept on ticking." While camping near Damascus, VA, in early June, I loosened the Zumo but did not remove it from its cradle on the bike thinking I would do it later before turning in for the evening. The next morning, I forget all about it and proceeded to leave the campsite. The Zumo fell off and bounced on the pavement for what seemed like an eternity. It had some scratches but worked fine and has not been a problem since. I like the fact that it's waterproof.


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Re: Zumo Or Tom Tom?

Garmin (Zumo) all the way. Have had both, and the TomTom's can be awfully quirky (freeze-ups, etc). I'd never own another TomTom after using Garmin products.

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I purchased my Zumo 550 used. On my way to Redmond one of the contact points failed so the unit would not charge. I called Garmin, they shipped a re-built unit to the hotel in Redmond.

On my way home, during my Iron Butt (Rapid City to Indianapolis) one of the male pins on the base failed. This time they shipped a new base to my home in Florida.

Finally, my laptop HD crashed and I lost Map Source, Called Garmin again and they set up a free re-download.

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Re: Zumo Or Tom Tom?

I have both Tom Tom and Garmin products and I think the Garmin products do a much better job with routing. On a short trip either one will work fine but on a long trip the Tom Tom will sometimes give you very bizarre routes. The Tom Tom also does a terrible job estimating your time or arrival compared to the Garmin.

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Re: Zumo Or Tom Tom?

Just from the standpoint of intuitive interface alone go Garmin. If you have not had either brand in the past go to your local BestBuy and try to make each one work.

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Re: Zumo Or Tom Tom?

I'm very happy with my Zumo 550. Waterproof and works great for gloved hands. Bluetooth link is wonderful.

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Garmin.........have run both but the Tom-Tom just does not seem to navigate as well.....$00.02.................



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Re: Zumo Or Tom Tom?

Zumo 660. I couldn't justify spending another $200 for FM traffic and XM radio. I will testify to its durability. After LAF's accident this summer I went to ship some of his stuff home; this included his Zumo 660. After having his LT flip and get totaled, the Zumo still worked. Out of curiosity, before I boxed his Zumo, I checked his last known position, it was one mile west of Interior, SD which is right where the accident happened. Reminded me of the old Timex commercials.

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I have used both. It may vary from model to model but the Tom-Tom I used was quirky and not friendly as my Zumo. My major complaint was the Tom-Tom did not give as much detail in the verbal directions. Instead of Zumo's clear descriptions such as 'In 500 yards take exit (street name and/or exit number) Tom-Tom simply said to take exit on right with no additional info. That was okay except when there was more than one exit to pick from. Guess wrong and without that nagging 'recalculating' message Garmin is famous for you realize you were just sent through a tour of the boonies when a simple u-turn or new route would have been simpler.
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ZSumo 550 for me

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Re: Zumo Or Tom Tom?

If cost is not an object, go with the zumo. I am a "budget" biker, and my family got me a garmin 265wt for less than $150 for my birthday. I mount it right on the stingray with just the suction mount that comes with it, I installed an outlet for it under the seat, and lead the power cord to the unit from there. I have never had it fall off, and if it gets too wet, it only takes a second to snap it off and put it in my pocket. It has bluetooth, and shows up well even in pretty bright sunlight (Washington style bright sunlight) It easily switches to any of our cars, and it can come off and fits in the stringray oddiment box when parked.

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Re: Zumo Or Tom Tom?

I have used a ZUMO 450 for five years through wind, rain and even snow with no issues.

I would not consider anything else.

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Re: Zumo Or Tom Tom?

I have used a Tomtom Rider for around three years, can't fault it. I'ts great with bluetooth and mobiles. Recently I was travelling in highway conditions on an overtaking lane at around 140 kph and had the 'rider' dislodge itself from the cradle, out over my left knee and it was gone.. I had to travel another two klm before I was able to turn round and then another six klm before I was able to turn again.. We were thinking this is most likely a waste of time looking for it, but as it turned out we did find the tomtom in the 'fast' lane very well scratched and scarred but still operating.. I think it speaks volumes for the quality of the unit..
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Re: Zumo Or Tom Tom?

We have a TomTom for our car that works very well. Garmin 2720 on the bike. Both are very good, but the TomTom shows a little more detail....like miles left on trip.

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Re: Zumo Or Tom Tom?

Garmin. I want the nüvi® 2360LMT Coming out in anouther month or so.

I want to use it for both my car and bike. I like that it has, Hands free calling, Voice commands, and life time maps and traffic. I just gotta out how I'm gonna mount it in place of my BMW factory installed one on my '03.
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Re: Zumo Or Tom Tom?

One of the complaints above about the tom-tom was because that is a tom-tom without street name-level nav (in other words, some models will only say "turn right" instead of "turn right on Phillips street").

Have had a Zumo 550, right now have a tom tom 720 that I bought refurbished from tigerdirect.com.

Here's the bottom line for me...

Tom tom 700-series does everything the zumo 665 does except the xm radio. You can get an xm radio receiver for free from XM/Serius if you really want it, or have one installed at a designated dealer for the same price as the GXM external antenna for the Garmin.

Tom tom 700 isn't waterproof, but it's surface water-resistant, if you get caught in a storm, pull over and put a ziplock bag over it.

Tom tom 700 series, refurbished with 1-year warranty--about $120
Zumo 665, best price I've seen-about $900

Map updates?

Tom Tom--1 year updates (4 quarterly updates plus unlimited "user submitted updates"), under $100
Garmin--around $100 per update

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Tom Tom--standard mini-USB plug, can use any standard auto power plug, if you lose one or want an extra, replacement costs about $10
Zumo--proprietary with special mount, costs $39.99


I'd LOVE a Zumo 665, but if I were in the market I'd spend the $780 or so difference on tires, a new helmet, etc,

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Re: Zumo Or Tom Tom?

Ok, update to my earlier reply. I've been debating the Nuvi vs. Zumo (both garmin). But after listening to many opinion. I resend my Nuvi vote and now vote Zumo 660 Motorcycle GPS. Mine arrives Tuesday.

The main features that changed my opinions, was the bluetooth compatible with 4 devices, Weatherproofing, Shock resistant and comes with bike mounts
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I've been seeing the Zumo come out on top for awhile now, besides it being waterproof, what is it about that unit that everyone loves about it?

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My old Magellan 2200T is waterproof cost about 70 bucks three years ago and always seems to get me there one way or the other.
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I've been seeing the Zumo come out on top for awhile now, besides it being waterproof, what is it about that unit that everyone loves about it?
The Zumo 660 is a relatively easy unit to use. Large touch screen and it responds quickly to touches from gloved finger tips. The screen is well illuminated but it's worth having some sort of shade or visor when sun glare reduces the screen to one big blank. I like the option that lets me choose two small displays to be on the screen from a nice selection of options. I have current speed and elevation showing at the bottom of the screen. The bad news is that the mapsource software is a royal PITA. It's much easier to download routes from mapquest or googlemaps.

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Re: Zumo Or Tom Tom?

If you're not too worried about details.....this one reportedly works quite well!


If you want the absolute basics....well this one tells you the obvious......its just a little tough to mount on the stingray or the shelf!


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Hehehe, Nice ones Blau.

I just got my Zumo 660 today, took me about 3 hours to remove my installed Nav II unit and install the Zumo. 1 hour of it was modifing the Nav II mount to accepct the Zumo mounting bracket. The holes lined up, but were to small. Removing the 'Tupperware' to remove the old wiring, was also needed to run the new wires. The only problem I had, was that the power wires came up about a foot short. But some wire and solder quickly fixed it.

Overall, I am very pleased in my first day of installing and testing.
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I've been using a tom tom now for going on 6 years . It is an early model TomTom 1 not waterproof no turning street names Ect. but for the $80 + dollars it costs I've riddien many times with a ziplock bagg in the rain and it is still going strong. Yes i've noticed all the short comings listed above but for the money I've saved ... more farcles!! As for the bogus directions .. just the adventure we are all seeking .

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Re: Zumo Or Tom Tom?

I have used several different GPS devices. IMHO the clear winner is the Magellan. It has the simplest user interface and the best logic of any GPS device on the market. My LT has the Street Pilot because it came with it. But my Harley and car have the Magellan. The one on the HD is five years old and still works great. Don't count them out before you look at one. Here is a test, go to a store with all of them displayed and just enter your home address without looking at a manual or asking for assistance. Buy the one you think worked best.
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Well, others will most likely tell you the same thing but when it comes to motorcycle GPS, Garmin is the only game in town. You could choose from the feature rich Zumo 660-665 series or if you just want basic GPS directions take a look at the Zumo 220. The entire Zumo series is bluetooth capable.
You notice that I haven't mentioned the Zumo 550 but for the price, the 660 is a better buy.

The other Garmin worth mentioning here is the Nuvi 550. It's motorcycle friendly and can be had for about 245.00 (Amazon). It isn't bluetooth capable but other than that, it's exactly like the Zumo 220 for half the price.

Tom Tom had 1 GPS designed for a motorcycle but it has been discontinued.

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I have a Nuvi 255w hardwired in and made my own mount. It works flawlessly and does everything I need. I just don't want to pay the extra $400-$500 for BT, radio, phones, and whatever else that I have no use for.
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