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Garmin Zumo 220 Motorcycle Sat Nav - £269.39 @ Play
Garmin Zumo 220 Motorcycle Sat Nav - £269.39 @ Play

Garmin Zumo 220 Motorcycle Sat Nav - £269.39 @ Play

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Key Features:
Spoken street names
Lane assist
Auto sort multiple destinations
Auto re-route
Choice of route setup (time, distance, offroad)
Route avoidacne
Bluetooth enabled
FM Traffic compatible
Speed limit indicator
Custom POI (add additional points of interest)
Description

Designed By Bikers For Bikers

Compact, 3.5-inch, fully-touchscreen motorcycle navigator ideal for smaller bikes with limited handlebar space. Rugged, waterproof and fuel spray/UV-resistant with a glove-friendly display. Preloaded with European mapping, get turn-by-turn directions through your Bluetooth®-compatible headset or helmet with spoken street names. Lane assist avoids confusion at motorway junctions by indicating the correct lane choice.

Key Features:


Spoken Street Names
Zumo 220 has a simple, intuitive menu. Just touch the screen to look up addresses and get turn-by-turn directions. Zumo announces street names before you make a turning - e.g. "Turn right into Dell Road" so you can keep your eyes on the road at all times.



Lane Assist
Zumo 220 takes navigation to the next level with lane assist. No more guessing which lane you need to be in to make an upcoming turn. Lane assist guides you to the correct lane for an approaching turn or exit, making intersections and exits easy to navigate.



Points of Interest
Zumo 220 comes with preloaded City Navigator NT street maps and millions of points of interest (POIs) such as hotels, restaurants, fuel stations, ATMs and more. Zumo 220 includes advanced navigational features to take the worry out of travelling.

5 Comments

£255.92 @Amazon

Cheaper to use one of These and a normal cheap satnav i recon

Not really a fair comparison, the posted deal comes with a power supply wired to the machine so you can just click the item on and off the bike, or use it in a car (comes with both types of mount/power, and it also has bluetooth for directions - very few satnavs will send the directions via bluetooth, most only use the bluetooth to connect to a phone. I used a plastic bag over mine when I was skint - that is even cheaper.

But if cheaper at amazon the deal isn't hot.

smokingplunger

Cheaper to use one of These and a normal cheap satnav i recon


They really rip off bikers on these things don't they! Minor mods from a £100 unit and they double the price or more.

I got the Zumo 550 cost a fortune would be better off with a Cheapo Tom Tom and a large condom to keep it dry.
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