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Recent reviews for this item:
Bill, January 28, 2013 The front buttons have worn out and fallen off. Garmin is
asking $150 to repair. Just sell me the parts and I can
replace them myself or Ill go buy another manufacture. $150
WoW what a rip off. The unit works Great other than
mjavor, September 30, 2012 This is the best GPS I ever owned.
However, be prepared to buy a few because after a couple
years, the screen craps out.
I expected more from Garmin, especially considering how much
the unit costs. Now I have to pay $150 to have it replaced.
Rod, September 13, 2012 I have owned the Zumo 550 for 6 years,happy with it in
general.cost me enough back then ~$850 .But last year it
failed,performed all thr following, updated the o/s,
calibrated screen numerous times,new battery...Touch screen
acting eractically,no longer dependable. Trying to find
Canadian repair shop, found American, not sure if the money
spent is worth it compared to new one $ 650 cdn for Zumo 660
Nimo, August 31, 2012 I have owned mine for 5yrs with daily use in my cruiser for
work and on my Goldwing when off duty. It has been
performing flawlessly. No screen failures, touch is always
accurate, and gives excellent updated information on arrival
times. I'm always creating riding routes for the rides I
lead and I find the Mapsource program easy enough for me.
Years ago I purchased a screen protector for it which made
me glad every time I see how much dirt accumulates on it.
Perhaps some of the screen issues could be resolved with a
protector on it. On an old gps, dirt would get down into the
corners and render it useless or give phantom presses. I
would recommend this gps and when the day comes it dies, I
will purchase whatever Zumo is the latest.