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Garmin ZUMO 595LM 5 Inch Motorbike Satellite Navigation with UK, Ireland and Full Europe Maps, Free Lifetime Map Updates, Bluetooth and Car Mount Included, Black
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|Are Batteries Included||Yes|
|Screen Size||5 Inches|
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- Easy-to-use motorbike satellite navigation with 5 inch touchscreen display; resistant to fuel vapour, UV rays and harsh weather (IPX7)
- Preloaded with maps of UK, Ireland and full Europe (45 countries) with free lifetime map updates
- Garmin adventurous routing finds curvy or hilly roads; limits major highways
- Rider alerts for sharp curves, railway crossings, speed cameras and more
- Smart notifications, live services, live track and Bluetooth hands-free control when paired with a compatible smartphone and headset
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Product detailsSize Name:5 inch | Style Name:Full Europe | Pattern Name:Single
Other Content [PDF ]Specification sheet [PDF ]Troubleshooting guide [PDF ]User Guide [PDF ]
- Batteries : 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 3.3 x 14.91 x 9.73 cm; 373.99 Grams
- Date First Available : 29 Mar. 2016
- Manufacturer : Garmin
- ASIN : B01BWMTQJK
- Item model number : 010-01603-10
- Delivery information:: We cannot deliver certain products outside mainland UK ( Details). We will only be able to confirm if this product can be delivered to your chosen address when you enter your delivery address at checkout.
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Garmin zumo 595LM motorcycle satellite navigation offers exciting, adventurous routings for those twisty, hilly, terrain-hugging roads - plus a 5 inch glove-friendly, transflective sunlight-readable display. It has lifetime maps for UK, Ireland and full Europe (45 countries), onscreen music control for compatible MP3 players or smartphones and rider alerts when approaching sharp curves, animal crossings or nearby red light and speed cameras. Lane assist and junction view provide guidance at tricky junctions. Bluetooth lets you make and receive calls while your hands stay on the handlebars. Garmin zūmo 595LM also has LiveTrack which allows friends to track your current locations. It displays smart notifications such as text messages to help you keep in touch on the road. With its rugged design, zūmo withstands fuel vapours, UV rays, rain and other harsh weather elements.
Note: Make sure that the appliance fully loaded, 4 hours via USB connection.
Garmin zumo 595LM
Motorcycle power cable
Automotive suction cup mount
Automotive power cable
Quick start manual.
From the manufacturer
Rugged, glove-friendly design
The Garmin zumo 595LM motorbike sat nav has a bright, glove-friendly 5-inch touchscreen that is easy to read and intuitive to use. With its rugged design, zumo withstands fuel vapours, UV rays, rain and other harsh weather elements. The zumo 595LM also comes with an additional mount to use in the car.
Lifetime map updates
Garmin zumo 595LM comes with free lifetime maps for UK, Ireland and Full Europe (45 countries), for the useful life of your device, so routes reflect the most up-to-date points of interest and maps available. Garmin Express makes it easy to update maps and software, transfer favourites to and from devices and install free custom vehicles and voices.
What’s happening on the road ahead? Garmin zumo 595LM can connect you to live weather radar and traffic information via the wireless Smartphone Link app. This app also enables LiveTrack, a nifty feature that lets friends track your whereabouts whenever you’re out on a ride.
- Glove-friendly 5 inch easy-to-use motorbike sat nav with touchscreen display.
- Resistant to fuel vapour, UV rays and harsh weather (IPX7).
- Preloaded with maps of UK, Ireland and Full Europe (45 countries) with free Lifetime Map Updates.
- Garmin Adventurous Routing and rider alerts for safer riding.
- Smart Notifications and Bluetooth hands-free phone control
- Live Services, LiveTrack and Service Log
- Biker Specific Points of Interest. Lane Assist and Junction View.
- Includes automotive car mount.
Bike alerts for safer riding
To enhance road awareness and encourage a safer ride, Garmin zumo 595LM provides helpful alerts for sharp curves ahead, speed changes, railway and animal crossings, school zones and more. Additionally, you’re notified when you’re about to drive the wrong way on a one-way street. You also receive alerts for nearby red light and speed cameras. Plus, for longer rides, a fatigue warning will even suggest break times and potential rest areas worth considering after hours on the road.
Garmin zumo 595LM features Garmin Adventurous Routing options for those twisty, hilly, terrain-hugging rides you love. Garmin zumo 595LM is the motorbike sat nav “built to thrill.”
Bluetooth hands-free calling and music control
Sync your zumo 595LM with a compatible smartphone and a Bluetooth-enabled headset or helmet (sold separately). Safely stow your phone in a pocket or pannier, and still have the benefit of hands-free calling without diverting your attention from the road. You can also receive customisable smart notifications for calls, texts, app alerts and more that appear right on your navigation display. Want to take your own soundtrack along for the ride? Garmin zumo 595LM also lets you control music and media from a compatible MP3 player or smartphone, right on your touchscreen display.
Trip computer, fuel gauge and service log
A built-in trip computer with digital fuel gauge comes standard with your zumo 595LM. So it’s easy to estimate how many miles you can ride before you’ll be running on empty. Dynamic fuel stop alerts actually prompt you when it’s time to refuel and even provide petrol station location options. A helpful speed limit indicator lets you know when it’s time to throttle down. Plus, a digital compass display and a database of motorcycle-specific points of interest (POIs) are on hand to help you locate repair services, dealers and more. There’s also a Service History Log on your zūmo to help you keep track of service dates, mileage and performed maintenance on your bike.
Points of interest and Garmin real directions
The zumo Up Ahead feature lets you easily see places of interest and milestones along your route, including those dedicated to riders, without leaving the map view on your navigation display. Plus, Easy Route Shaping lets you add a point on the map to adjust your route, so you can ride through preferred areas or follow specific roads. Garmin Real Directions provides easy-to-understand driving directions that guide like a friend, using landmarks, buildings and traffic lights (e.g. “Turn right after the red building” or “Turn left after the McDonalds”).
Lane assist and junction view
Lane assist with junction view displays junctions and interchanges on your route to ease navigation at complex junctions. A brightly coloured arrow on the zūmo display indicates the proper lane position needed for your next turn or exit. There’s also a TracBack feature on zumo that allows you to navigate the same route, in reverse, for your return trip.
|zumo 345LM||zumo 390LM||zumo 395LM||zumo 590LM||zumo 595LM|
|Screen size / Dual orientation display||4.3 inch / No||4.3 inch / No||4.3 inch / No||5 inch / Yes||5 inch / Yes|
|Lane Assist and Junction Views||✓||✓||✓||✓||Yes - Active Lane Guidance, PhotoReal and Bird’s Eye Junction View|
|Route avoidance / Curvy Road Routing / Adventurous Routing||Yes / Yes / Yes||Yes / Yes / No||Yes / Yes / Yes||Yes / Yes / No||Yes / Yes / Yes|
|Bluetooth hands-free calling (pair with compatible helmet/headset)||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Motorbike Specific Points of Interest||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Trip Planner, Trip Log and Roundtrip Routing||Yes / Yes / Yes||Yes / Yes / No||Yes / Yes / Yes||Yes / Yes / Yes||Yes / Yes / Yes|
|Speed Limit Indicator (Major Roads)||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Control music and media from smartphone or MP3 player||✓||✓||✓|
|Smart Notifications (via Smartphone Link App)||✓|
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The fitting of the wiring loom can be a bit of a pain as it's fairly bulky and I think it's a bit poor you can't unplug the cable from the base, so once this baby is fitted it stays fitted. Fine on an adventure bike but a sport bike/naked bike a little unsightly to some. The wiring loom itself does included a USB port and 3 audio cables. The manual mentions nothing of these cables apart from the fact they are included. Iin the box are several fitting options including a car mount and power cable. The base looks to be made of sturdy stuff and the unit clips in firmly, as for the unit itself it feels quality in your hand with soft rubber backing. Setting up is easy and any knowledge of sat nav which most of us have, means you don't need to look in the manual to often.
The display is large and clear and CAN be seen in direct sunlight you can even adjust the brightness to help with this
I liked how it splits the screen on motorways junctions to clearly show you with a pink arrow where you need to be, it also backs that up by saying something like 'stay in the 3 right hand lanes' it even shows you an exact copy of the motorway signs on your screen.
I have found some of the road and town names mispronounced.
I set up the fuel monitor to warm me of low fuel and direct me to the closest fuel station. So far its been more annoying than helpful though it did help me on one occasion of my 425 round trip to find a petrol station. My feeling at the moment are that I will end up not using this feature but will stick with it a bit longer. Also when the low fuel sign appears top right I found the icon to small to successfully hit it 100% of the time with my sports gloves.
I set up smartphone link app on my android phone so my girlfriend could see where on my journey I was using the live track feature. She tells me this work well. This also aloud me to use live traffic updates which proved invaluable on my journey home as The system told me the M3 was closed, recalculated my journey and adjusted the time. The motorways signs confirmed the M3 was in fact closed. Impressive stuff. It even told me that traffic was heavier further down the road which was also accurate.
I've not messed about with anything as yet but overall I'm impressed so far with my first Garmin Zumo experience.
Without doubt THE most annoying feature is the bend warning. What manner of idiot thought that a motorcyclist would like an audible and visual alert prior to every corner? I suppose it may come in handy in Nevada to wake you up now and again, but on European mountain roads it is very annoying, especially since it obliterates any navigation instructions that may be needed at the time. I can only assume that whoever wrote this software has never ridden a motorcycle.
Also in the part of spain where I used it, it treats walking trails as roads and is prone to sending you on some very interesting diversions (No I didnt have it in off road mode.
If I could return it I would, although that would require removing the enormous wiring loom with which it is supplied, honestly the cable is 1/4" thick and goes into a junction box from which emerge 2 lineout 2 mic a power in and usb out sockets. It takes a long time to install.
Basecamp is still as intuitive as ever, I'll leave it at that.
Here are its short falls
If you load a pre planned route from Garmin basecamp and you do not pass your waypoint for what ever reason, diversion, roadworks etc, it cannot cope with it, it will constantly try and get you back to the way point and if you ignore it you will have no verbal commands for the rest of the route and the mileage will keep increasing. If you allow it to recalculate you will loose the route that you have took the time to research and plan.
If however you do have it set to recalculate, you will have a massive dialogue box on the screen completely blocking your view of the map, which in some cases you may have to cancel 4or 5 times. very useful when you are doing some twisty roads or on a motorway. Many map indiscrepencies, some junctions don't even exist, even though they have been there for ever. Does not recognise one way streets and unable to recalculate a new route particularly in Spain, you will find you end up in a loop and never get out of the city or town.
I would guess that this has been designed by someone who has never toured on a motorbike in their life.
Sorry for the rant but I don't want you to waste your money like I have.
If I had to complain about anything, it would be that the screen can sometimes be difficult to see when the sun is on it. The U-bolt to fix it to the bars could have been rubberised to prevent it marking the bars, and a tad longer too.
My main gripe is the basecamp route planning software for your PC. I find it slow and unwieldy. Having to have the unit plugged into the PC can be annoying if you want to plan anywhere other than sitting at your desk. Googlemaps is so much smoother and user friendly, but unfortunately you can't use that directly. I find myself planning a route on Googlemaps and replicating that in basecamp to send to the unit itself.