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  • Garmin inReach Mini

    Sodbileg in UB

    Extremely useful little device to have

    The inReach Mini is a great device to have with you when you're traveling in remote areas. The functionality is simple and when paired with a smartphone its very easy to use to send and receive SMS messages and email.

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  • Garmin Zumo XT Motorcycle Navigator

    Brian in OR

    Well, I didn't return it

    It's a garmin that comes with all the germin issues. Phone apps are sure good these days. Had to have a tech friend find and remove a corrupted file so Basecamp could be used. If you are mostly a road rider it would probably work great. Good luck.

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  • Garmin inReach Explorer+

    Dave in IN

    Added insurance!

    Known to ride alone and if something happens, I am glad to have this SOS capability when there is no cell phone coverage. Friends and family can track me. Nice to have this added insurance!

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  • Garmin Montana 680 GPS

    Daniel in NV

    Old school, but effective.

    With a device like this, you need to know what to expect. First, the bad. It's a short but important list: the interface is clunky at first, the device has no wireless connectivity (everything must be transferred via USB), and loading free maps is a bit of a chore (though Garmin's paid maps are, of course, easy enough). Now for the things that I appreciate about the device: - The powered mount (GPS city .com SKU RAMB149ZAMONT) is awesome. The device clicks in and never budges, and because the charging is built into the mount, you never need to worry about destroying your charging ports via too much vibration. - Sunlight readable screen. You can read the screen no problem no matter how bright the day and from all reasonable angles -Free maps from www gpsfiledepot com cover most of the united states - support for KML files (georeferenced PDFs) -The device is RUGGED with a capital RUGGED. I ride in the desert in temps of 110F at times, and unlike the cell phones I've tried, the device has never once overheated or had any heat related issues. I've ridden through rainstorms with it, same deal. -Resistive touch screen so you can use it with ANY glove

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  • Garmin AMPS Rugged Mount with Audio Power Cable

    KYLE in WI

    Excellent mount

    Works great. Locks the gps in tight and includes hardware for mounting. Simple wiring as well

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  • Garmin Bike Handlebar Mount

    Giuseppe in CA

    Great Value + free anti-glare screens

    In a world of over priced adv motorcycle parts this thing is SO worth the $28. It comes with the bracket and all, super easy to install. AND it came with 3 anti-glare films for the GPS screen. Even comes with a tool to tighten the top so you can’t take off the GPS unless you have a small torque head. I was able to use the cable from my previous mount. Just make sure to thread wire under handlebar before attaching to mount, as mount won’t fit. I installed on my KTM 1090, fits well.

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