Another vote for the 2610. I move it from truck, to car, to bike as needed.nhfirefighter13 said:I just got a used Garmin 2610 from SSG and the thing kicks butt. I'm floored at how dead accurate it is.
Garmin...Definately Garmin. Need Garmin.
I bought a TMobile MDA II (PDA/Phone)while in Germany because I wanted to minimize the number of devices I had to carry. Found the TomTom software shortly after. I've updated to the Siemens SX66 (MDAIII) since moving back to the states. Carrying one phone/PDA/GPS makes life so much easier plus I only have to plug one device in to my cigarette lighter while driving. It's been just as accurate as any other street GPS I've owned. I toss the PDA and bluetooth GPS receiver in the map case on my tank bag and roll out.Silent_Assassin said:This is a nice option if your on a budget and currently own a PDA.
Glad to see that at least someone else has used this. The Tom Tom software you used is what I was referring to above. I'm wondering how reception and accuracy would differ, if any, from using the software with a dedicated PDA as compared to a muliti-function device like your phone.seamus said:It's been just as accurate as any other street GPS I've owned.
I think the Rider version uses a design change in the visuals for the software format. Makes it easier to use while riding with gloves. Has some extra shortcuts and user preferances in the software.gthotchkiss said:My dad picked up the Tom Tom Rider a bit ago and loves it. Bluetooth capable, ways to check traffic, lots of features. However I think you can get a mounting kit for one of the other Tom Tom's and its cheaper... just loses Water-resistance and is a little bit larger.