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The zumo comes with a motorcycle mount with universal mounting hardware so you can mount it anywhere.
An internal battery lets you roam on foot with the device.
The unique motorcycle console offers valuable trip information, including a fuel gauge to warn you when its time to fill up. View larger.
The zumo 450 features a glove-friendly touch screen with an intuitive interface, as well as left-handed controls that make it easy to operate. View larger.
Measuring 4.8 x 3.9 x 1.6-inches (W x H x D) and weighing just 10.6 ounces, the zumo is small enough to carry with you while you're off the bike. The high-sensitivity GPS receiver is powered by the SiRF Star chipset, which offers extreme accuracy, even when you're riding under dense foliage or between tall buildings. The unit also features Garmin Lock--an advanced anti-theft feature that disables the unit from performing any functions until you type in a specific four-digit PIN or take the unit to a predetermined location.
The zumo comes with a motorcycle mount with universal mounting hardware so you can mount it anywhere. Garmin also provides custom caps, which are available in a variety of colors, so you can reflect your style.
Navigate the Open Road
The zumo 450 comes ready to go right out of the box with preloaded City Navigator NT street maps and a hefty points of interest (POIs) database, including motels, restaurants, fuel, ATMs and more. Simply enter a destination, and the zumo takes you there with turn-by-turn voice directions that speak street names. In addition, zumo accepts customized points of interest such as school zones and safety cameras, and it also includes proximity alerts to warn of upcoming POIs. A rechargeable, removable lithium-ion battery that offers up to three hours of use is integrated into the zumo for trip planning or use on foot. In addition, the zumo even accepts electronic maps, making it the ultimate off-road navigator.
The zumo can receive optional TMC traffic alerts (in select cities) when used with a compatible traffic receiver. Simply press a button on the screen, and the zumo recalculates your route to avoid traffic tie-ups.
Route Planning, Sharing, and Entertainment
The zumo makes it easy to plan your next trip and share routes with your riding buddies. Plan trips on your computer before you start. Search for food and fuel stops and local attractions. Then, transfer your route to your zumo and go.
At the end of the day, share your favorite places and rides with other zumo riders, and review your travels in Google Earth. SD card expansion makes it easy for storage and route sharing, and you can download routes to share with your riding buddies. You can also load MP3s onto the unit so you can enjoy music while you're riding. Plus, a JPEG picture viewer lets you share photos of your adventures with friends and family.
Item as described. Great condition. Very clean. Seller had not cleared all old data but lifetime map updates work fine. Five starsPublished 2 days ago by Chris Parke
The one sent to me was not a 450. It was a 550. Okay, I can live with that, but I had nothing but problems with it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by denny keane
Item is used, but so far so good! No problems and was as expected and describedPublished 1 month ago by K. Beno
excellent, it was old but brand new and perfect for us as we had the same unit and it died so we wanted the old version to fit on our hard mount on the motorcycle.Published 2 months ago by cookinrosey
Great device. It has a lot of cool features. I original bought this for my motorcycle. I then bought a cradle and cable so I can use in my truck.Published 11 months ago by Joseph B. Coens
Had mine for several years. Great item. Rain and oil clouds from blown engines in front of you can make it go on the fritz temporarily and lock up.Published 20 months ago by Hytoned
I bought this back in 2007 and it's still going strong. I've takin a lot of long journey's with it,including Alaska from Ohio, and it's never let me down. Well worth the money.Published on June 14, 2012 by Robert G. Patrick
My wife gave me the Garmin Zumo 450 as a Christmas presnt in December 2008 (I won't get into the issue with Garmin discontinuing the unit in January 2009... Read morePublished on August 21, 2010 by Mr Nice Guy
I've used this product for a couple of years. Garmin definitely makes the easiest to use motorcyle GPS. This unit does everything I need including playing MP3 music. Read morePublished on July 27, 2010 by Ron