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Garmin zumo 665 Widescreen Motorcyle Navigator

by Garmin

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  • Turn-by-turn directions with spoken street names--"Turn right on Main Street"
  • Bluetooth wireless technology--for hands-free calling and Stereo Bluetooth (A2DP) for XM satellite radio, MP3 player and audio books
  • Advanced 3-D navigation--enhanced situational awareness as you drive
  • Lane assist with junction view--zumo directs you to the preferred lane while driving and shows realistic images of upcoming junctions
  • High-resolution, glove-friendly 4.3" touchscreen display with rugged, waterproof design (IPX7) resistant to fuel spills and UV rays
  • High-sensitivity GPS receiver with HotFix--zumo has faster satellite acquisition times
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight9.4 ounces
Product Dimensions0.9 x 5.3 x 3.3 inches
Item model number010-00727-05
Display Size4.3 inches
Display Resolution480 x 272
Warranty1 year
Memory Card SlotSSD
Supports BluetoothBluetooth
Battery Life3 hours
WaterproofIPX7
  
Additional Information
ASINB00313JWSY
Best Sellers Rank #40,084 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.6 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableJanuary 5, 2010
  
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Technical Details

  • Touch Sensitive Screen
  • MP3-Player

Product Description

Amazon.com

Take a ride on a new route and explore the open road with the zūmo 665, a motorcycle-friendly navigator with stereo Bluetooth, XM satellite radio, weather, and traffic. Whether you’re on a weekday ride just across town or a weeklong trip to an annual rally with friends, the zūmo 665 is ready to show you the way. Plus, use the zūmo in your car and get double use out of it.

Designed By Bikers For Bikers
Featuring a bright 4.3” touchscreen color display, the zūmo 665 puts all the information you need in an easy-to-read format as you travel down the road. The zūmo 665 also has a glove-friendly intuitive interface that makes entering information as easy as shifting gears. In addition, the wide sunlight-readable display makes for easy navigation — whether you’re riding during a bright day or a moonless night. And with a rugged waterproof case that resists fuel sprays and UV rays, the zūmo 665 was built for life on the road.

Move Between Modes
Just because your bike’s parked doesn’t mean your day is done. The zūmo 665 also pulls double duty as an in-car navigator when you’re on four wheels instead of two. In addition to the included motorcycle mount, the zūmo 665 also includes a carrying case, vehicle mount and power cable. It’s like having two full-featured navigators for the price of one.

XM satellite view. Click to enlarge.


Trip computer view. Click to enlarge.


GXM 40 XM antenna included for radio service (XM subscription required). Click to enlarge.



Add Weather and Radio
The zūmo 665 comes standard with our GXM 40 XM antenna. Simply add an optional XM subscription and receive real-time XM Radio with 170 digital channels of commercial-free music, news, sports, talk and entertainment when you travel in the U.S. With the addition of XM NavWeather, you can access up-to-the-minute weather data and NEXRAD radar graphics from your map screen to stay ahead of the storm. Plus, when you add on XM NavTraffic, you can find out where the trouble spots are and route around them.

Go Your Own Way
Pick your path and hit the streets. The zūmo 665 is ready to go right out of the box. It’s preloaded with City Navigator NT street maps, which offers full coverage mapping for the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico, and millions of points of interest (POIs) that include motels, restaurants, gas stations, ATMs and more. In addition, the zūmo 665 offers 3-D building view and lane assist with junction view to show you more of your surroundings and make sure that you'll know the right lane at the right time. The zūmo 665 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.

Keep In Touch
The zūmo 665 features Bluetooth wireless technology so you can stay in touch while you're on the move. With it, you’re free to safely talk on your phone without having to remove your gloves or helmet. Simply connect your zūmo 665 to your Bluetooth-enabled headset or helmet and then pair with your cellphone to make and receive calls on the go. You can also call POIs through the zūmo’s Bluetooth interface — perfect for last-minute change of plans or a quick pit stop for food and fuel. And with spoken street name functionality, the zūmo 665 will also transmit voice prompts to your headset for wireless and worry-free navigation.

Stay Entertained
Have a long ride planned? The zūmo 665 is your all-in-one entertainment center. Featuring an on-board MP3 player and advanced Bluetooth A2DP technology, you'll enjoy crisp and clean stereo sound, including XM radio (subscription required), with your compatible headset. The motorcycle mount also comes standard with a headphone jack so you can connect to your headphones or helmet headset and microphone. It’s also loaded with a picture viewer for taking friends and family on the road, and it supports audiobooks to help break up the miles when you’re in for the long haul.

Plan and Share Your Rides
Found the perfect backroad 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 the zūmo 665’s powerful trip planning tools, you can create your custom routes on your computer and then transfer your saved route directly to your zūmo. And when you’ve returned home, you can review your rides in Google Earth. In addition, microSD card expansion makes it easy for sharing routes and adding storage. You can also visit Garmin Connect — Garmin's online community of routes and riders. It’s a great resource for finding new rides and planning trips.

What's in the Box
zūmo 665, preloaded City Navigator NT for North America, motorcycle mount with integrated power cable and mounting hardware, GXM 40 antenna and magnetic base, carrying case, dust cover for motorcycle mount, battery pack, automotive suction cup mount, automotive power cable, USB cable, dashboard disk, and quick start manual

Product Description

Garmin zumo 665 Bicycle Navigator 010-00727-05 Portable / Handheld Navigators

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The unit worked great, quite stable and easy to read.
NJ Shore Biker Medic
The 665 includes the GXM40 antenna, so you can receive XM Radio, Weather and Traffic (all requiring subscriptions from XM Sirius).
Michael Simpson
The hookup to charge the unit when not plugged into a vehicle is a USB cable that is supplied.
bugsy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

256 of 259 people found the following review helpful By Mike on July 2, 2010
After riding on a 1000 mile trip this week, here is my review of my first use of the 665 on a road trip. I ride about 20,000 miles per year and have used the Zumo 550 (my previous Garmin) for 45,000 miles the past 3 years, hence my comparison of the 665 to the 550.

Cons:

Major problem with the unit is the XM features shutting down unexpectedly. One of the reviews here experienced similar problems and was told by Garmin that the antennal cable is faulty and a new cable is being designed. I do not think the cable hardware is the issue. I believe it is the software. I experienced the same problem once before I left on the trip and was told by Garmin Tech to perform a hard reset of the unit by holding your index finger on the lower right corner as you turn the unit on until you see the message that "a reset will erase your data". You have to select "yes" or "no". Yes does reset the XM but erased all of my favorites, routes and settings. The unit reverts to the settings as it comes from the factory. Also, sometimes during this trip, I had to turn off the XM and then back on in order to reacquire the XM programming. I have the XM subscriptons for XM radio, NavWeather and NavTraffic. When XM stops, all of those are lost until a hard reset. I had to do hard resets at least 10 times on this trip-very, very inconvenient when riding a motorcycle down the road. I had bought the Zumo 665 to replace my Zumo 550 since the 665 has the Nexrad Radar display...very, very helpful when riding in the elements. The radar works fine when XM is working. When removing the until from the motorcycle mount, be sure it is off. Otherwise, you will have to hard reset to regain the XM features the next time you restart it in the motorcycle mount.
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51 of 52 people found the following review helpful By John Galt on June 9, 2010
Purchased a 665 a month ago. Third day of use the XM tuner would not connect to the unit. Turns out the cable is faulty and is being redesigned by Garmin. After numerous phone calls and emails with Garmin product support, they can't tell me when the problem will be fixed. Currently, I have over $1000 into the unit, the XM doesn't work, and Garmin can't tell me when it will be fixed. Don't buy unless you can be assured the cabling has been fixed.
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41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Michael Simpson on October 30, 2010
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I have been using the Garmin zümo 550 for about 2 1/2 years on my motorcycle, extremely satisfied with its performance and quality. I decided I wanted to "upgrade" to the zümo 665 for a few reasons: first, the slightly larger screen gives more detail and is easier on my eyes. Second, the motorcycle cradle on the 550 was a difficult design, requiring me to add a Touratech bracket to secure it better. And finally, the 665 has a bigger internal memory than the 550, so theoretically I can hold more tracks and waypoints.

Positives:

1. The 665 includes the GXM40 antenna, so you can receive XM Radio, Weather and Traffic (all requiring subscriptions from XM Sirius). I happen to love XM radio, and the weather and traffic reports are incredibly useful. I have XM on my 550, but the GXM30 antenna had to be purchased separately. For those of you looking at a side by side comparison of the 550 and 665, realize that if you buy the 550 and the GXM antenna, the price is not much lower than the 665 itself. If you're on a bike, if you just get the XM Weather (or even the expensive but really powerful XM weather radar reports for the 665), it will save you a lot of trouble.
2. The 665 is motorcycle friendly, apparently designed for a motorcycle first. It is waterproof at the IP7 standard, so I believe you can submerge it for 30 minutes in water. Of course, a huge rainstorm is not going to have an effect. It is rugged, meaning it's not going to breakdown after years of riding on the roads.
3. It is Mac and Windows friendly. This is a serious issue, because Garmin seems to be the ONLY manufacturer of GPS devices who values the Mac market. You can update the firmware, manage maps, create roadtrips, etc. by using Mac applications.
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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By P. Grace on May 17, 2010
The 665 is just about perfect for its intended application, open-air motor navigation w/ XM radio.

Pros:
Fast acquisition
High sensitivity
MP3 playback
XM reception, plus traffic & weather
Bluetooth A2DP support (sort of)
Removable battery
Waterproof
Sunproof
"glove compatible" user interface

Cons:
Bluetooth A2DP support -- Will not pair with the music/audio for a smartphone (I'd like to stream radio)
Short battery life
Expensive

I can only give this 4 stars since it won't support the headphone profile for my smartphone. I like to stream radio while I'm driving long distances but I can't with this GPS. There are also some nits to pick with the user interface (such as not remembering the map zoom after a power off) but it is a superb GPS for motorcycles and open-air autos.

*Also note, until July 4, 2010 there is a mfg rebate of $100 that is *not* valid for (only) Amazon purchases. I went to a New York web supplier and saved $100!
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By P. LeBlanc on June 18, 2010
I bought my Zumo 665 when Garmin started offering the [...] Rebate. I specifically bought this unit to take advantage of all of the features and mounted it on my Honda Goldwing.

First of all this unit is WAY over priced but I managed to get a pretty good deal after I get the rebate back which will hopefully be soon.

I've been using this every day I ride which is multiple times a week and haven't had a single issue with the connections as someone else mentioned. The GPS is one of the best I've used from Garmin and I've had several of them. The Touch Screen is very responsive even with gloves on, bright and easy to read in all lighting conditions.

Everything you need to mount this one a standard bike is included in the box. I had to add a few things to get it mounted on my Goldwing but that is because of the non-standard handlebars. You can also use this in your car and it automatically detects which mount you have it on and remembers your settings for that vehicle type. I should mention that I've only really used this on my motorcycle but did try it in the car and it is just as responsive.

When you turn the bike on the unit will automatically power on and and acquires the sat signals very quickly and so far I've had very good luck with the routes and the setting (like avoid Highways and Unpaved Roads). I like how it shows a green line on routes / roads that you've taken before when not in directions mode. I also love that you can customize the data fields that are shown on in the bottom corners of the screen just buy touching them and picking the data you want it to show.
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