The Sirius radio? Is that for Howard Stearn Buck? Darn, I didn't know you were a fan.Buckelew said:I've got a Garmin 276C - big color screen, easy to use, only hassle is that I can't tell it to send me to my endpoint by the "longest and twistiest route possible".
But if I need to find an address and get there - it's fantastic. I'll be mounting it on my BMW (along with a Sirius radio) for a trip this summer.
Yep, been using a Quest I for almost 2 years now and I love it! As you mention, some might think the screen is small, but I've had absolutely no issues with it. I think it's the perfect size for motorcycle use.Tedduc said:I recently purchased a Garmin Quest for use in my car and on both motorcycles.
With two motorcycle specific mounts, I can pop it out of the car mount and slap it on either bike.
The benefits to the Quest are small size, full color screen, waterproof, auto routing. Some might consider the small screen size a drawback, but I haven't had a problem seeing the information in the car or on the bikes.
At $350, I thought it well worth it. You do have to load the maps on it, so it doesn't have the capacity of some of the hard drive units, but as far as I can tell it is unaffected by the vibrations on the bikes.