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TomTom Rider 2nd edition Europe

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TomTom RIDER 2nd edition Europe - GPS receiver - motorcycle

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      07.04.2008 17:55

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      The product is good and has all the features of similar car navigation kits but I thought the instructions provided were very basic and inadequate; does not answer many of your questions. Trying to fit it on my bike a Honda CBR600F (popular model) was a nightmare, ended up buying two extra mounting kits and the third one worked (one provided with sat nav did not work). The instructions on how to mount the system should be much better or tell you who to ask/where to buy another mounting kit, and poor instructions on using the headset, how to recharge etc. After four weeks of waiting for mounting kits to arrive in the post, I got frustrated at not being able to use the product. It is working now, but an annoying experience.

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  • Product Details

    Designed with bikers in mind: rugged and waterproof, TomTom RIDER comes with RAM mounting hardware that fits almost any bike and a Cardo scala-rider wireless headset for high-quality voice instructions inside your helmet. The car mounting kit allows you to use your TomTom RIDER in your car. To fully enjoy the in-car navigation experience, the car mounting kit has an embedded speaker for spoken instructions. Plan your route itinerary on your PC, get safety camera locations and biker-friendly scenic routes, keep in touch with fellow bikers on the road, and much more.