I checked at Cabela's on the price of a Zumo 550, and about tipped over. What is the least expensive GPS I can get for my bike, and can I have the voice commands come through the headset?
+1 here. I have a 2610 and I got a 2720 off of Ebay for $120. They said it was a refurb, but I think it was a brand new unit that they call refurbed so they can blow them out as cheap as they want to without pi$$ing off the dealers that paid way more for them at wholesale. As far as the voice commands go you can get a MC kit from Garmin that has the mounting bracket and 12 volt cord with a earphone jack in it. I've got maybe 25K miles on my 2610 without any voice commands at all and believe me, you can get by without it very easily. A lot of times when I use the Garmin in one of my cages, I turn the volume down so I don't have to hear it. IMHO voice commands aren't really that necessary.A factory refurbished (full 1 year warranty, same as new) Garmin 2720 (no frills, waterproof, built for m/c use, build your routes on PC & download (holds 50 routes) or point-to-point on the touch screen) with a cellist from J&A or other vendors. The 2720 $110 - 125 and the cellist ?? ($140??).
Hmrepairs,I checked at Cabela's on the price of a Zumo 550, and about tipped over. What is the least expensive GPS I can get for my bike, and can I have the voice commands come through the headset?