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Garmin zumo 590LM 5" Motorbike Sat Nav with UK and Full Europe Maps, Free Lifetime Map Updates and Bluetooth

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  • Garmin motorbike sat nav with 5" dual-orientation, sunlight-readable, glove-friendly touchscreen display
  • Preloaded street maps for the UK and Europe (45 countries) with Free Lifetime Map Updates
  • Hands-free phone control and spoken directions heard in-helmet via Bluetooth technology. Includes MP3 player; control iPod and iPhone right on the display
  • Rugged, withstands fuel vapours, UV rays and harsh weather (IPX7 water rating)
  • Curvy Roads routing navigates to winding roads
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.7 x 14.9 x 3.3 cm ; 376 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.5 Kg
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 010-01232-02
  • ASIN: B00JJ1RXB0
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 7 April 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,818 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

A Premium Motorcycle Sat Nav

Garmin zūmo 590LM has a big, bright 5.0 inch dual-orientation display is easy to read even in sunlight, and the glove-friendly screen means entering information is easy. With voice prompts via your Bluetooth headset or helmet you can hear exactly where you’re meant to be. Garmin Real Directions also guide like a friend, using landmarks and traffic lights, rather than hard-to-read street names. zūmo 590LM includes free map updates for full Europe (45 countries) for the useful life of your device.

Clear Lane Guidance
Hands-Free Phone Control
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Phone Calls And Music Through Your zumo

zūmo 590LM features Bluetooth wireless technology. With it, you’re free to talk on your phone without having to remove your gloves or helmet. Simply connect zūmo to your compatible mobile phone and a Bluetooth-enabled headset or helmet to make and receive calls on the go. zūmo 590LM also includes an MP3 player and is compatible with iPod and iPhone so you can conveniently control your music through its display².

Tough and Road-ready

With a rugged design that is resistant to fuel sprays, UV rays and harsh weather, zūmo 590LM is built for life on the road. zūmo is thoroughly vibration- and drop-tested to withstand just about anything you can ride through.

Find Your Perfect Route

zūmo 590LM gives you realistic images of junctions and surrounding landscape to help you navigate with ease. Active Lane Guidance provides an animated model with brightly coloured arrows to indicate the proper lane needed for your route and Bird’s Eye junction view gives overhead images for complex areas. Looking for a twisty ride? zūmo 590LM features Curvy Roads routing and Round trip routing can plan your ride, according to time, distance or location. As you drive, you can easily see places Up Ahead – like fuel, food and ATMs – without leaving the map.

Extras

zūmo 590LM is packed with extra features such as a Service History Log and Up Ahead function showing points of interest on the map like fuel, food and ATMs – without leaving the map. It is compatible with Garmin’s Tyre Pressure Monitor Sensor and the Garmin VIRB action camera (both sold separately). For off-road adventures, zūmo 590LM supports TOPO and custom maps, so you have the freedom to download and follow your own adventure (additional mapping sold separately). ¹Sold separately, ²Music and Media control work with iPhone 3GS or later, iPod touch, iPod nano 4th generation or later, and iPod classic. Music control is compatible with some Android devices. Android is a trademark of Google Inc. ³Sold separately. The system works with up to 4 tyres in any configuration, additional purchase required for each wheel. Metal valve stems only. Not intended for automotive use.

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Power Up

zūmo 590LM is powered by a removable battery. Swap with a backup and you can keep on riding. In addition to a motorcycle mount, zūmo 590LM includes an automotive mount and power cable for use in a car.


Garmin zūmo 590LM Key Features
  • 5” dual-orientation, sunlight-readable, glove-friendly touchscreen display
  • Hands-free phone control and spoken directions heard in-helmet via Bluetooth technology¹
  • MP3 player; control iPod and iPhone right on the display²
  • Monitor motorcycle tyre pressure on the zūmo 590LM display with the TPMS accessory (Metal valve stems only)³
  • Rugged; withstands fuel vapours, UV rays and harsh weather (IPX7 water rating)
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Garmin zumo 660LM 4.3" Motorbike Sat Nav with UK and Full Europe Maps, Free Lifetime Map Updates and Bluetooth
Screen Size 4.3" 4.3" 5" 4.3" 4.3"
Map Coverage UK/ROI and Full Europe UK/ROI and Full Europe UK/ROI and Full Europe UK/ROI and Full Europe UK/ROI and Full Europe
Free Lifetime Map Updates
Lane Assist with Junction View
Active Lane Guidance
Bluetooth hands-free
Smartphone Link compatible (weather information)
Curvy road routing
Trip planner, Trip log and TracBack
3D Buildings, Landmarks and Terrain 3D Terrain 3D Buildings and Landmarks 3D Buildings and Landmarks
Up Ahead Points of Interest
Dual Orientation Display
Waterproof (IPX7 rated)
Supports TOPO (off road) maps
MP3 player
Share routes with other riders

Box Contains

Garmin zūmo 590LM
Battery pack
Motorcycle mount and hardware
Motorcycle power cable
Automotive suction cup mount
Automotive power cable
USB cable
Quick start manual


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By L. Wilkinson on 21 Aug. 2014
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Good to see that Garmin are finally bringing across many of the features from the standard automotive GPS units but there are still some things missing that would be good to have. Why Garmin always let the motorcycle units lag behind the rest of the range I don't know but it's always been that way. Lots more info here: http://www.zumoforums.com

Main reason I'm posting this is to help with one important item that's no longer supplied with the 590 as it was with the 5xx and 6xx ranges - a case!

The OEM Garmin case is selling here on Amazon for £23! I found this one: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00JWKHTIU/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

For under £3 I thought it was well worth a go even if it turned out to be rubbish. It took a couple of weeks to arrive (from China) but it was well worth it. The quality is as good as the OEM case I had with my 660 and the 590 fits perfectly.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 3 Oct. 2014
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Very, very expensive - but, it has the usual excellent Zumo build quality and, in the box, absolutely everything you need for motorcycle or car use. I find Garmin customer-care second-to-none and it's possible to speak directly with an operator should a problem arise (try that with TomTom...). Even the once-derided "Garmin Express" that allows the unit, via a computer, to link with Garmin, seems to work well (though make sure you have the latest version installed). It's also very welcome, as others point out, to have a number of the features used in car units for so long.
Clear even in bright sunlight, the screen is a significant and important improvement; it dims automatically at night (and in tunnels) with crisper graphics than the 600 Series; the map detail, in standard view, is just about right - though in car mode you might want more. The unit both locates satellites and recalculates when you've made a wrong turn with commendable speed. It's also possible, at last, to have a selection of windows down one side showing, for example, "Arrival time", Distance to go", etc., though one has to say that their appearance is still infant-school clunky with lots of precious space wasted between the words and their border.
One really annoying feature is the "Up Ahead" display; it's impossible to turn off the screen icons for any of the three that you are forced to select; the list being: Speed Cameras, Lodging, Food, Road-side Help, Gas (Petrol), Parking, Banks & ATM and Restrooms (lavatories in English). While you might want cameras and fuel showing, having the screen littered with pictures of knives and forks or "restrooms" I find a hindrance to sane progress.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Mark Edwards on 18 Aug. 2014
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Great product but not such a huge advance on my old Zumo 550 as I thought it would be. Still, having a 5 inch screen on my ZZR 1400 is a luxury and the navigation is good. It doesn't take long to acquire satellites and the dynamic route guidance (altering the route on the go for traffic reasons or because you haven't followed the route correctly), is significantly faster thanks to a quicker processor. I haven't yet asked it to find windy routes with the Curvy Roads feature but that was partly why I bought it. The option to have the satnav in portrait mode sounds great but in reality it is a Little tricky to do if you are using bike power. You will need to wire it to the bike in such a way to leave enough spare wire. That might look a bit unsightly (as it would on my ZZR) as you need to allow the satnav holder to rotate. If you have a previous Garmin, say a Zumo 550 or 600, beware that you will need to replace the charging wires if you use bike power to support your satnav. The holder for the unit is very different. All the required kit comes with the unit. I would also mention that the satnav is not secure with the Garmin holder. A quick press of the button will release the unit. I would never leave my unit on the bike unattended but you should remember that. Overall, a great product that I am enjoying.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By David Mason on 14 Feb. 2015
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Required for my Caterham and interchanges with my motorcycle. Has to be resistant to vibration, moisture and have bluetooth connectivety for an ear piece because of the noise. Worth the high price. The only downside with this latest model is that it is not lockable onto the car/bike holder and therefore has to be taken off and carried everywhere.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Miss E A Childerley on 9 Feb. 2015
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The price hurt, but really pleased with the product, so it feels justified now. Having owned a Garmin for the last 8 years, I'm really hoping that they start to improve their online map updates and Unit management - the interface has always been appallingly clunky and long-winded. As the this Sat Nav - I'm please with the initial experience.
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By R on 1 Aug. 2015
I am disappointed with my recent upgrade to the zumo 590, having had several Garmin devices over the years. I appreciate that Garmin has to modernise its products to remain competitive, but including features which are a hindrance and omitting good navigation features from earlier devices doesn't seem to be progress.

On start-up, the software on my 590 intermittently cycles through the route calculation 2 or 3 times on routes that have been planned and uploaded from my computer. My previous devices have never done this. On first use, the spoken directions were deafeningly loud in my bluetooth headset, which I adjusted. Upon subsequent use I could barely hear instructions no matter what I did with the 590 and latterly the spoken directions became non-existent, so given the other issues with the unit, I have given up trying to fathom the problem or the answer. The volume icon on-screen seems pointless, since it only produces an instruction to adjust the headset volume control. Spoken directions are very important particularly when riding at speed, they help me to know when I’m approaching a junction or road where I need to re-position myself. Having to depend solely upon a screen when the audio won't function and frequently check it for direction of up-coming junctions can be dangerous especially in fast moving traffic.

The unit will not run a bespoke route unless it is set in ‘curvy roads’ mode, whereas the zumo 660 predecessor ran bespoke routes whether set to ‘fastest’ or ‘shortest’ modes, and unless the ‘curvy roads’ feature is deselected to be able to reach a single destination point directly, the unit directs you everywhere except where you want to go. It seems a retrograde step that the 590 will not run a bespoke route in its 'fastest' or 'shortest' route settings.
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