I used it last year on out trip to Sturgis and it worked great. The iWay has some issues and right now I can't say I would recommend it till they work out some of thier bugs but even with the problems I've had they have had great customer support and I really don't see another unit that is as nice. The big screen is great when you're driving down the road.sledzep01 said:Lamont, I am hoping for a detailed report on how your GPS works on your trip. Have you used this before?
I like the big screen aspect, but I have never heard of it before. Hows the quality?
The iWay is waterproof, the XM is not. : I'll deal with that when I need to.ppridgen1 said:dang Lamont, If you've been there before, you shouldn't need directions from a gps,are you going senile on us? :joke: :doorag: :super:what about weather does it hurt it to get damp
:bigthumbsup: I like it, and I think the size is perfect for the amount of time I would be actually be using it... :bigthumbsup:MarcJ said:Looks nice. I'm sure it is going to be $$$.
$1000, so yeah, pretty steep. I really like the features like left handed controls, waterproof design, and bluetooth headset feature so you can hear directions in your helmet. Color screen designed for use in direct sunlight is sweet too. If I was big into long trips and such, I would consider one. That being said, since I have yet to feel the need for one in my car, I certainly can't justify one on my bike...MarcJ said:Looks nice. I'm sure it is going to be $$$.
Get you a good electronic helmet if you haven't already.Â Hell, I bought one for $49 from Harbor Freight, and I love it.Â I will never go back to a plain one.Â Oh, and I meant to ask it in one of your trip updates, but how the heck did you miss the turn off to Devil's Tower by 40 miles if you were using your GPS? :bigthumbsup: :joke:Lamonster said:That and too many flash burns.
Lamont said:We shook hands and then I asked him how far up the road was Devils Tower. He said I passed the turn about ten miles ago. Turns out it was about forty miles back.