Garmin Zumo 400 Motorcycle Sat Nav. £219.99 @ Halfords
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Garmin Zumo 400 Motorcycle Sat Nav. £219.99 @ Halfords

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Found 22nd May 2008
It may not be the latest Zumo 550 but still a good motorcycle system ( not designed for cars ) for the price. Possible Quidco cashback too.Check the Garmin web for better info.


Features and Benefits:
Removable lithium-ion battery
Up to four hours of use
Preloaded maps for UK & Ireland
Turn by turn voice guidance
MP3 player and JPEG Picture Viewer
Waterproof up to IEC 60529 IPX7 standards
Tough and dependable
Glove-friendly touch screen
left-handed controls
Vibration-tested
Built with fuel-resistant plastics

Subscription Charges: Safety Camera Data is pre-loaded with free subscription for first 30 days.

What's included in the box?:
Garmin Zumo 400 sat nav unit
Motorcycle mount with mounting hardware
Preloaded city Navigator NT data
12v /24v Motorcycle power cable
USB interface cable
Security screwdriver
Quick reference guideSATELITE NAVIGATION,SATTELLITE NAVIGATION,NAVIGATION,GPS NAVIGATION,SAT NAV,SATTELITE NAVIGATION,SATELLITE NAVIGATION,GPS,SATNAV,SAT-NAV,GARMIN
Specification
Map Software: MapSource City Navigator NT
UK Street Level Map: Yes
European Major Road Map: No
European Street Level Map: No
Other Maps: No
Screen Size: 3.5"
Postcode Digits: Full
Safety Camera Data: Yes
Traffic Information: No
Point of Interest installed: Yes
Bluetooth Handsfree Calling: No
Text To Speech: No
MP3 Player: Yes
iPod/MP3 Connectivity: No
Picture Viewer: Yes
Remote Control: No
Expansion Capability: SD card slot
Battery Life: Up to 4 hours
Waterproof: Yes
Carrycase: No
Car Mount: Only Motorcycle Mount
In-car Charger: Only Motorcycle Power Cable
Home Charger: No
USB Cable: Yes

8 Comments

I want one for my bike but it's a bit pricey. Anyone know of a cheaper source?

Original Poster

How much do you want to spend? For a new system this is a good price but if its cheap you want then try Garmin Streetpilot 2610 on ebay.They go for about £120.00

Bike GPS is very overpriced, introduce a £99 model and theyd sell.

rhinopaul;2152857

How much do you want to spend? For a new system this is a good price but … How much do you want to spend? For a new system this is a good price but if its cheap you want then try Garmin Streetpilot 2610 on ebay.They go for about £120.00



Sorry, I wasn't knocking the post and it is a good price. It just strikes me as a bit pricey when compared to the non-motorcycle format.

Is there a major difference in the bike & non-bike unit except for the weatherproofing? What about the mountings, is it possible to mount a non-bike unit on your bike?

Original Poster

sicknote;2152948

Sorry, I wasn't knocking the post and it is a good price. It just strikes … Sorry, I wasn't knocking the post and it is a good price. It just strikes me as a bit pricey when compared to the non-motorcycle format.



Thats ok I didnt think you was, I was just offering an alternative.

Original Poster

sicknote;2153015

Is there a major difference in the bike & non-bike unit except for the … Is there a major difference in the bike & non-bike unit except for the weatherproofing? What about the mountings, is it possible to mount a non-bike unit on your bike?



You can buy universal mounts, so it would be possible to mount a car sat nav to a bike. The major differences is of course the waterproofing also the screen is designed for use with gloves & there should be an audio output to connect to an intercom.

I'd like a satnav for my bike but it looks like the Zumo 500 would be what i want ( has blueooth headphones support)


BUT i just thought, i could probably get away with a normal sat nav if it had a headphone output and just stick the sat nav in my pocket?

then i could still hear the directions and save myself a wad of cash?
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