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Garmin zumo 660LM 4.3" Motorbike Sat Nav with UK and Full Europe Maps, Free Lifetime Map Updates and Bluetooth

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  • Includes full European maps with the convenience of lifetime map updates
  • 4.3” glove-friendly, colour touchscreen display with waterproof case
  • 3D building view and Lane Assist with Junction View
  • Bluetooth wireless technology
  • MP3 player with Bluetooth A2DP technology

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Garmin zumo 660LM 4.3" Motorbike Sat Nav with UK and Full Europe Maps, Free Lifetime Map Updates and Bluetooth + Garmin Weather Cover for Zumo 660 Motorbike Cradle + Garmin Zumo 660 Motorcycle Mount
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.3 x 13.5 x 8.4 cm ; 272 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.7 Kg
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 010-00727-06
  • ASIN: B008BGUY3I
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 11 Jun 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 15,485 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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Product Description

Product Description

Ride a new route and explore the open road with the zūmo 660LM. This motorcycle-friendly navigator was built to lead you on all of your two-wheeled adventures. Whether you're commuting, on a weekend ride with friends or touring, the zūmo 660LM is ready to show you the way.

Enjoy FREE Lifetime Map Updates

With free lifetime maps
With free lifetime maps

Never have out of date maps again. The zūmo 660LM will know all the new roads, roundabouts, pedestrian zones and changes in road layouts to give you the best directions to your destination. You also get the latest points of interest such as petrol stations, cafes, hospitals and more. Maps are available to download up to four times a year with no subscription or update fees.

Designed By Bikers For Bikers

Featuring a bright 4.3” (10.92 cm) touchscreen colour display, the zūmo 660LM puts all the information you need in an easy-to-read format. The zūmo 660LM also has a glove-friendly intuitive interface that makes entering information as easy as shifting gears. In addition, the wide sunlight-readable display makes for easy navigation - whether you're riding during a bright day or a moonless night. And with a rugged waterproof case that resists fuel sprays and UV rays, the zūmo 660LM was built for life on the road.

Go Your Own Way

Know lane changes in advance
Know lane changes in advance

The zūmo 660LM is ready to go right out of the box. It's preloaded with street maps for Europe and millions of points of interest (POIs) that include hotels, restaurants, petrol stations, ATMs and more. In addition, the zūmo 660LM offers 3-D building view and Lane Assist with PhotoReal junction view to show you more of your surroundings and make sure you'll always know the right lane at the right time. The zūmo 660LM also comes standard with a digital fuel gauge so you can keep track of how many miles you have left before it's time to fill up.

Keep In Touch

The zūmo 660LM features Bluetooth® wireless technology so you can stay in touch while you're on the move. With it, you're free to safely talk on your phone without having to remove your gloves or helmet. Simply connect your zūmo 660LM to your Bluetooth-enabled headset or helmet and then pair with your mobile to make and receive calls on the go. You also can call POIs through the zūmo's Bluetooth interface - perfect for last-minute change of plans or a quick pit stop for food and fuel. And with spoken street names functionality, the zūmo 660LM also will transmit voice prompts to your headset for wireless and worry-free navigation.

Stay Entertained

Have a long ride planned? The zūmo 660LM is your all-in-one entertainment centre. Featuring an on-board MP3 player and advanced Bluetooth A2DP technology, you'll enjoy crisp and clean stereo sound with your compatible headset. The motorcycle mount also comes standard with a headphone jack so you can connect to your headphones or helmet headset and microphone. It's also loaded with a picture viewer for taking friends and family on the road and it supports audiobooks to help break up the miles when you're in for the long haul.

Plan and Share Trips
Create custom routes on your computer
Create custom routes on your computer

Use zūmo's trip-planning tools to create custom routes to transfer from your computer and share with other riders. With Garmin's free BaseCamp™ software you can create routes, waypoints and tracks from your computer and then transfer them to your zūmo. The "Track Draw" feature lets you trace your planned route and view elevation changes, helping you estimate the difficulty of your ride. Plan the perfect scenic route, making sure your navigator takes you through your favourite places. Even play back your trips over time and save and share your adventure.

Upload, share and even play back via Google Earth
Upload, share and even play back via Google Earth
Move Between Modes

Just because your bike's parked doesn't mean your day is done. The zūmo 660LM also pulls double duty as an in-car navigator when you're on four wheels instead of two. In addition to the included motorcycle mount, the zūmo 660LM also includes a carrying case, vehicle mount and power cable. It's like having two full-featured navigators for the price of one.

Box Contains

Garmin zūmo 660LM
Preloaded City Navigator NT for Europes
Preloaded City Navigator NT for Europe
Carrying case
Battery pack
Automotive suction cup mount
Automotive power cable
AC home charger with international adapters
USB cable
Quick start manual

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Customer Reviews

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. J. West on 3 Dec 2012
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The Garmin Zumo 660LM 4.3" Sat Nav for Motorcycles with Europe Maps was a replacement for a trusty Zumo 500 that was beginning to show its age from nearly six years of abuse. I also wanted something with a bigger screen. The Zumo 660LM ticked all the boxes before purchase.

Fitting to my bike was very easy as I already had the ram mount I used for the 500 and I only needed to put a plug onto the power lead and it was ready for action. Unlike the 500/550 there is no security screw on the cradle which makes the 660 quick and easy to remove - too easy for the light-fingered.

The display is crisp and bright and shows as much detail as I need on a journey. On it's first trip out it surprised me, with a detailed and almost photographic rendering of an approaching junction complete with accurate roadside signage; a vast improvement to what I had become used to on my previous model. There should be no excuse for being in the wrong lane at a complicated junction now.

The PC software included in the package (MapSource) I have been using for a number of years and is the backbone of my route planning. Downloading routes and way points to the 660 is still as easy, though it was here that I found the one thing that will bug me - you have to remove the battery cover to access the USB port.

I have only had the 660 for a few weeks with few opportunities to use it but I think this is going to be a very useful navigation aid that is easy for a motorcyclist to use.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By L. Jennings on 2 Feb 2014
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Firstly take into account I purchased this SatNav for use with my motorcycle as I was led to believe this was designed primarily for motorcycles. As a user of Garmin satnavs for a good few years now, and I swear by them, I have to say this is without doubt a big dissapointment. Starters for 10 it's like twice the price of a mid or even higher end Garmin. Garmin states this pricey piece of tech was designed by bikers for bikers. After using it I'm seriously doubting that statement. I've used it on my motorcycle and my car and it doesn't matter what setting I had it on it thinks every A and B road going is the fastest route and refused point blank to go anywhere near motorways, oh and yes I did check the Avoidance Settings. I tested my 660LM against my 2095, one at a time, each on the same start end end point both on my bike and car. Routes I know well but just wanted to see which way the navs would take me. My 2095 as expected took me the fastest and most direct route as it always has. The 660LM took me on a veritable tour of the county from the same start point to get to the same end point. Take into account both nav's were up to date with software and maps. I found with my unit that there is no difference between Bike or Car settings, it will still take me round and round the houses. The main reason I bought this unit was because it is waterproof. That side of the unit is great. I tried so called waterproof covers etc with my 2095 and they failed in that they would condensate and in some cases with hard rain actually let water in. The updating side takes anything up to 5-6 hours but all Garmins are like that. The software seems basic and stripped out compared to my other Nav and planning routes seems to be a nause for it. From my personal experience with this unit I can't recommend it.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By BD501 on 4 Feb 2014
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The Garmin Zumo 660LM 4.3" Sat Nav for Motorcycles with Europe Maps is great, but I must point out that the Garmin Zumo 660 Motorcycle Mount (for electrical interfacing to the bikes electrical system) and the Garmin Weather Cover for Zumo 660 Motorbike Cradle which are available separately and actually appear in the 'Frequently bought together' list are actually included in the Sat Nav box, so there is no need to buy these separately.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By boxclever on 11 Mar 2013
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This is my first sat-nav.
It is one awesome piece of helpful gear and very expensive but if you can work it all out and follow the slightly vague instructions, I can't see going anywhere without it. BUT, I personally had problems downloading the maps, it maybe me or my computer, but it took forever and then failed at the last hurdle, 3 times. I ended up calling Garmin for assitance as it gobbled up all my monthly internet allowance and more and cost me dearly. Their team of technical wizzards are just that and through their patience and their freephone number I was able to resolve my downloading, but for now I only could only have the UK & Ireland maps.
There is so much to learn, I doubt I'll ever use a fraction of its vast potential, so I'm doing bit by bit. When I can, I'll download more of the maps ie. the rest of Europe, and with their freephone assistance it'll be fine.
The wiring into the bikes electrical system is in doubt as some say it drains your battery, others say it doesn't, I left it to my mechanic.
There are many other sat-navs out there for far less money, but if you are like me ride a motorcycle and want the ultimate route guide, with all the bells and whistles, then this is a must buy, but keep it safe and never leave it on your bike.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rodger on 11 May 2014
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I've used the Garmin Quest on my motorbike, on foot, and in the car for years, and never had any real problems with them - other than the unlocking problems. However, the two Quest units I had both went faulty last year, so I bought a brand new Zumo 660LM.

What I like:
The bluetooth functionality

What I dislike:
The mapping software is useless. In the UK, driving from Stonehenge to Doncaster, I was taken through a variety of small villages. At one point, I was sent into a new housing estate which had no exit route - you could only go round the houses and back to the exact same road again. No matter how many times I told the stupid thing to recalculate, it insisted that I went round the houses again and again and again.

Eventually (following my nose), we arrived at the motoroway and started using motoroways (M5, M6) to head North. The Zumo insisted on taking me up a motorway exit slip road only to send me back down the on-ramp to exactly the same bit of motorway. Not once, but several times. On the same journey, it told me I was on the M5 when I was very clearly on the M6. At one point I was instructed to come off at the exit, follow the roundabout, then down the slip road to join the same motorway, but going in the opposite direction to where I should be going. So I followed it, and it took me to the previous junction, then told me to take the roundabout and rejoin the northbound carriageway of the same motorway. Unbelievably, I got to the next junction, and it was trying to tell me to go back again in exactly the same fashion!!! So I put the iPad on and used NavFree UK/ROI as a comparison I set exactly the same route, and the iPad was far more accurate than the Xumo.
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