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  • What's the best portable GPS?

    GPS in my carputer is great but now I want it on my Harley. Something small with a big screen (relative to unit size) and easy to use. I'd like to also be able to easily move it to my 2nd car. I've seen some online for $300-500 bucks. Anyone have any suggestions or know what websites do good reviews of the portables?

    [EDIT:] Oops, may have just answered my own question with THIS. Any other ideas (since this will probably be pretty pricey and not available for a while)?
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    RE: The posted link - Using Bluetooth for wireless audio was really smart of TomTom for the TomTom Rider. But what about screen washout - that little glareguard doesn't look big/good enough. Guess we'll see once they start shipping them to reviewers.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by wysocki
      GPS in my carputer is great but now I want it on my Harley. Something small with a big screen (relative to unit size) and easy to use. I'd like to also be able to easily move it to my 2nd car. I've seen some online for $300-500 bucks. Anyone have any suggestions or know what websites do good reviews of the portables?

      [EDIT:] Oops, may have just answered my own question with THIS. Any other ideas (since this will probably be pretty pricey and not available for a while)?
      I like Garmin 60CS I have. It useful in car, on bike and any hiking tirp. It also waterproof so i can take it on the boat and of cause any touristy thing. Today I left my G/F on the beach for 1/2 hour and marked her location on Garmin so I can come back to the same location.
      ProjectEZP.com next generation police speedtrap locator. Free database for your GPS system (includes US/Canada).

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      • #4
        Originally posted by blaster
        I like Garmin 60CS I have. It useful in car, on bike and any hiking tirp. It also waterproof so i can take it on the boat and of cause any touristy thing. Today I left my G/F on the beach for 1/2 hour and marked her location on Garmin so I can come back to the same location.
        What kind of waypoint, and which icon did you use? :-P

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