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Teletype 3500 World Nav3500 Motorcycle and Bicycle GPS


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  • 3.5-inch TFT LCD Screen
  • World nav 3500 motorcycle
  • Warranty : one year
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight3 pounds
Product Dimensions6.5 x 6.5 x 6.5 inches
Item model number3500
Display Size3.5 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB003YL241A
Best Sellers Rank #204,189 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.4 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 1, 2010
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: TeleType
  • Model: 3500
  • Display Size: 3.5 inches
  • Map Type: US

Product Description

WorldNav Motorcycle GPS is based on TeleType's award winning navigation product line. Designed for riders and bikers, this glove friendly system will guide your customers effortlessly through appropriate roads and trails with audio turn by turn navigation

Customer Reviews

After a few weeks it froze and this time would not reset.
nigels
Would be better if you could attach the main part to your belt and a long cord to reach with a decent earpiece.
josh
It takes forever to recalculate and I often drive by my turns while it is thinking .
Bill

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey J. Story on June 19, 2011
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I had read the reviews and did not like the description of the bluetooth ear piece since I also use a half helmet. But the price was right so I bought it anyway. What a mistake. Let's see. Where to start.

It takes much longer to boot up compared to a Garmin. If you are riding with friends, they'll be a 1/2 mile down the road before you can hit "I agree". The Garmin does this much faster.

The interface is not intuitive. I admit that I'm used to using a Garmin; you type in the address and you hit GO. That's all there is to it. With the WorldNav, after you enter the address, you hit "create route" and it loads the map files. That can take 2 or 3 minutes. And don't try to enter an address while your bike is idling. It will enter "GGGGGGGG" and then select Georgia as the state even though I wanted to select NH. Also, the touch screen does not always respond to your touch and the power switch is almost impossible to find in the dark.

Then, when you are traveling and you miss a turn, it will again load maps. While the Garmin takes several seconds to recalculate your route, the WorldNav can take 5 minutes or more, especially if you make the mistake of creating a new route and change your settings from "Motorcycle Prefer Freeways" to "Motorcycle Avoid Freeways'. Every time you ignore a direction to turn on a dirt road it will again load maps. It will spend more time loading maps than providing directions.

Also, the handlebar mount is ugly and I still have to modify the bluetooth ear piece so I can hear the directions.

I bought it about a week ago and took it to Laconia Bike Week. I didn't have much time to figure it out before the trip but, in summary, I was very disappointied.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By nigels on October 19, 2011
Buyer Beware TeleType WorldNav GPS

I bought a TeleType GPS in April 2011 and, as instructed, registered the product on line.

It did not work correctly from day one, several major problems with data, conflict between verbal and visual instructions and it kept freezing. I complained. They sent me a patch on a micro chip, it resolved only one of the problems. After a few weeks it froze and this time would not reset. I complained again and they promised, in writing, to refund me, they sent me a return authorisation code, return form and details where to post the product to receive the refund. Because of their promise to refund me I bought a new Rand McNally RVND 5510. I also informed them that I would do this and returned the unit to them.

After two weeks I asked why I had not received my refund, first they lied and said that they could not find my email address, (they have had 11 emails from me!), now they say I can't have a refund because I bought it from one of their retailers and not from them direct! There is nothing on their website or sales literature or in my initial email enquiries to them, to say that I would be prejudiced if I bought from one of their retailers.

They say it is now repaired, (oh yes!), and wanted to return it to me. I reminded them that because they had promised me a refund I had now bought another GPS. They then suggested that I try and sell it on Ebay! Can you believe that! (Frankly I could not give it away knowing that it is so awfull). They also said if I did not agree that after 90 days they would destroy it!

I have made a formal complaint to BBB, Better Business Bureau, I will update this post with progress regularly.

PS. Since using the Rand McNally I now realise how useless (when it was working) the TeleType GPS was. It is not GPS at all but a GPS with outdated and flawed software with a few, mostly irrelevant, features added to the software.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Emar on April 1, 2011
It is simplest GPS for Motorcycle I have seen so far. It has built in Bluetooth headset that pairing does not require you to be a computer wizard. Speaker that comes with the GPS fits very nicely into my helmet. Navigation of menu is very simple.
Feature of saving your route and replaying on web page is not super easy but it is better then not having it.
Unit is built well. Was once with during a rainy day and it seems survived. It is a waterproof device. I called support once and was please to see they answered my question about exporting my route right away.
The device comes with all support hardware for handlebar but I liked RAM mount better so I was pleased to see that mounting bracket fits exactly.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By josh on April 3, 2011
It's O.K. for the money, however It has a couple of issues. I found a software glitch with the SD card when you try to change the arrow cursor to anything else. Reported it and hope to hear from them soon. Also, Don't like the bluetooth earpiece. Would be better if you could attach the main part to your belt and a long cord to reach with a decent earpiece. Instead it has a piece that attaches to your helmet with a short earpiece that velcros to the inside of a full or 3/4 helmet but if you have a half helmet, the ear piece can't be placed anywhere comfortable. Another idea would be to be able to pair another earpiece such as a phone earpiece. Plan on using it on long trip so don't know yet how it will hold up but the gps unit looks really solid. Good Idea just a little more thought to process.
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