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mark in TX
easy install, fit is very nice. i added some weather stripping to the front and sides for a better seal. when it was installed there was just a small bit of light on the sides where it didn't mate up perfectly. once installed you gain a nice additional storage box, and my thought was to make it watertight. however, i didn't realize until after that there are some holes in the part facing the cab that i assume are there so power cables can be fed through from the outlet in the dash. so while i wouldn't say it is watertight, it should stay fairly dry. i gave it a 3 overall b/c i have no time with it on the trail yet, but appears like it will be great. price is a little steep too.Read All Reviews
Warren in NJ
I purchased the voyager pro primarily for the GPS capabilities. The other features are nice but the GPS is what i really wanted and spent quite a bit to get. So far i haven't found a single map that's compatible so the only thing I can see is a gray screen with a few lines on it. All the maps I want are on my phone with the maprika app. The voyager has been a total dissapointment so far and a complete waste of money. I didn't run the cable to the front tire and tried using the GPS tracking but it's way off. On the last ride the quads all showed about 22 miles but I only registered 11.9 and max speed was well below what i knew I was doing so I know it's not accurate. The time and altitude are the only features that I use and those are also available on my phone. On the flip side, the unit is well made and setting it up was fairly simple. It came with a cheap temp probe that slides between the radiator fins so I tossed it in the trash and got the inline temp sensor that splices into the radiator tubing. $600 and they can't give us a real temp sensor?? Really? If it accepted more map formats like the garmins it would be ok, but not being able to read any of the maps for places i ride like the hatfield mccoy trails in WV makes it nothing but a paper weight on my bars. I'll most likely be putting up on ebay soon.Read All Reviews
Michael in NV
I was a little leery of putting my Samsung S10+ in this since it only grips the side. However, it holds extremely well. It also comes with a rubber "sock" (they call it a tether) that adds pretty much 100% assurance your device isn't going anywhere. Super high quality, fit and finish are great.Read All Reviews
Jeffery in CO
Ram Mounts Cradle Holder For Garmin Oregon hold the GPS well!Read All Reviews
KYLE in WI
Works great. Locks the gps in tight and includes hardware for mounting. Simple wiring as wellRead All Reviews