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Garmin zumo 220 3.5-Inch Bluetooth Motorcycle GPS Navigator

by Garmin
47 customer reviews

Price: $499.99 & FREE Shipping
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  • Bluetooth wireless technology via compatible headset
  • Lane assist directs you to the preferred lane while driving
  • Rugged, waterproof case that resists fuel sprays and UV rays
  • High-resolution, glove-friendly 3.5-inch touchscreen display
  • Turn-by-turn directions with spoken street names
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Technical Details

Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
  • Rugged case, Garmin Lock, JPEG photo playback, TMC (Traffic Message Channel) ready, 2D / 3D map perspective, Garmin Garage, Preinstalled POIs, Photo viewer, Custom POIs, Automatic routing, Built-in speaker, Optional external GPS antenna connection

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Get in touch with the open road — have zūmo 220 show you the way. The affordable, compact zūmo 220 motorcycle navigator mounts neatly, right up on your bars ready to guide your ride with spoken street names sent wirelessly to your Bluetooth-enabled helmet or headset.

Designed By Bikers For Bikers
The zūmo 220 has a bright, glove-friendly, color touchscreen display that gives you all the information you need in an easy-to-read format. It’s easy on the eyes whether you’re riding in the bright midday sun or a moonless night. And the intuitive interface makes entering information as easy as shifting gears. But make no mistake this is no car navigator posing as a biker. It’s built tough. With its rugged waterproof case that resists fuel sprays and UV rays, zūmo 220 is built for life on the road.

Go Your Own Way
Pick your route and hit the streets. The zūmo 220 is ready to go, on or off road, right out of the box. It’s preloaded with City Navigator NT street maps and millions of points of interest (POIs) that include motels, restaurants, gas stations, ATMs and more. It features voice-prompted, turn-by-turn directions that speak street names to your destination and displays the speed limits for most major roads. In addition, zūmo 220 offers lane assist to help guide you to the proper lane for complicated highway interchanges. The zūmo 220 also comes standard with a digital fuel gauge so you can keep track of how many miles you have left before it’s time to get gas. And at the end of the ride, it slips comfortably into your jacket pocket.

Move Between Modes
Just because your bike’s parked doesn’t mean your day is done. The zūmo 220 can also pull double duty as a navigator in your car or truck when you’re on four wheels instead of two. In addition to the included motorcycle mount, zūmo 220 also comes with a vehicle mount and power cable.

Plan and Share Your Rides
Searching for the perfect back road to share with your riding buddies? Or perhaps you’re planning a cross-country trip and looking to avoid as much interstate as possible. With its powerful trip planning tools, zūmo 220 can help you create custom routes via computer and then transfer your saved route directly to your zūmo. Once home, you can review your rides in Google Earth. In addition, microSD card expansion makes it easy to share routes and add storage. Be sure to visit Garmin Connect — our online community of routes and riders. It’s a great resource for finding new rides and planning trips.

What's in The Box
zumo 220, preloaded City Navigator NT for North America, MapSource City Navigator North America NT DVD, Motorcycle mount with mounting hardware, power cable/bare wire, replaceable battery, automotive suction cup mount, automotive power cable, USB cable, dashboard disc, quick start manual, and installation instructions

Product Information

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Technical Details
Item Weight2.1 pounds
Product Dimensions6.5 x 6.5 x 4.3 inches
Item model number010-00876-00
Display Size3.5 inches
Warranty1 year
Battery Life8 hours
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #90,910 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableJanuary 22, 2010
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194 of 196 people found the following review helpful By TBear on April 18, 2010
Package Type: Standard Packaging
The Zumo is a great motorcycle GPS but it does have its flaws.

The first thing you'll notice is that the Zumo doesn't come with a printed users guide. Garmin expects you to download the PDF version. It was easy to find on-line and this approach is fine since we're all supposed to be going green. What ships in box is a quick start guide. The web site says "installation instructions" are included but this is not accurate. The only installation information is contained in the quick start guide. It's pretty basic but more than adequate unless you want to attempt installing the wiring harness. If you plan on using the wiring harness you need to know how to tap into the electrical on your bike and handle all of the cable routing yourself or take it to a pro for assistance. (One note on the wiring harness: the cable doesn't include anything to cover the USB/power connector so if you install the harness and don't have the GPS unit plugged in the end of the power adapter is fully exposed to the elements.)

The second thing you'll notice is the device doesn't come with a wall charger. There is the permanent wiring harness and a car charger but they didn't include a wall charger. With a battery life of almost 8 hours I planned on just charging the unit at night and skipping the wiring harness since nearly all of my rides are under 8 hours. For the cost of the unit I was disappointed that I had to scavenge to find a power charger.

The battery life provided on Garmin's website states "up to 8 hours". I think this is a bit of a stretch. If you turn the volume off, turn the screen brightness down to under 50% (the default), and turn off Bluetooth you can get close to 8 hours.
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59 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Steven Metz on June 6, 2010
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I bought this to replace a Zumo 450 that was badly flawed from the day I got it. I annoyed me to have to spend so much money to replace something a year and half old, but I needed it desperately.


--The screen is really small
--Unlike previous generations, the controls are all touch screen. I liked the real buttons on the 450
--There is only one view in the trip computer. I liked the old one with the speed displayed largely in the middle
--MapSource is still pathetic. Transferring routes to the device is very slow and difficult. You have to cross check every route at large detail to find out if you did something like put a waypoint on the wrong side of a multiple lane road (which will lead MapSource to route you off the interstate at the next exit and go back to pick up that waypoint, then get you back on your desired route). Also, it is vital to set the route recalculation on manual or MapSource will occasionally decide to play practical jokes like routing you on dirt logging roads.
--Getting from menu to menu is more complex. There were times I had to hit "back" 3 or 4 times to return to the map


--Much faster to react and calculate than the 450
--Instant on
--The display, while small, is sharp
--Like the speed limit display on the side of the map
--You are able to decide which information shows at the bottom corner of the map from about 10 different things (arrival time, distance to destination, average speed, etc)
--The 220 comes with a car mount and charger and these were additional with the 450

Unlike the 450, the 220 does not have a locking screw to connect it to the RAM mount.
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55 of 61 people found the following review helpful By hdatontodo on October 25, 2010
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1> I sold my Nuvi 500 and bought the Zumo 220 so that I could have bluetooth audio.

The problem is that the GPS connects as a BT Cell Phone and not a BT Audio device. This means I can't connect my bluetooth cell phone to my Cardo Scala Rider G4 headset and make phone calls if the headset is paired to the GPS. My confirmation of the GPS's connection type was made by connecting the GPS to my Sony bluetooth radio; no sound plays if I have the radio set for BT Audio, only for BT Cell Ph.

Cardo weighed in on the matter and said:
When using the Garmin Zumo 220 with our headsets you will not be able to have any other bluetooth connections paired to the G4 or you will contunue to have connection issues. This GPS will not allow a headset and phone to have parallel connections that will allow all devices to communicate.

2> I wanted to use the GTM 25 FM Traffic adapter with the unit and use the GTM 25's USB plug instead of the hardwired plug that came with the cradle.

You can't do this because the GTM 25's USB plug is longer. The design of the cradle is such that there is a pocket to press on the end of the USB connector, holding this in. The standard one fits; the traffic one does not. So, you have a motorcycle GPS which supports traffic, but not on a motorcycle. I may try one of my Nuvi 500 holders which have an opening for the USB connector.

3> I bought this GPS because it has large letters for typing names.

You select which portion of the alphabet you want to see and you get a handful of large letters. The problem is the erase button in the upper right corner. It is not large. Good luck trying to press it with large gloves on. No typos allowed.
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