Overview: The Garmin
zūmo 390LM is designed specifically for motorcycle
use. The unit has a vibration-damping mounting system, and is resistant to fuel spills
and UV rays, as well as rain and snow, to give you years of reliable service.
The flexible mounting hardware is compatible with virtually any bike. The
calculates a route to your destination and provides turn-by-turn directions and
voice prompts using local street names. The zūmo 390LM also includes
enhancements like Bluetooth wireless technology that can connect the device to
your mobile phone and a Bluetooth-enable headset or helmet to make and receive
calls on the go, and hear the navigation voice prompts. The zūmo 390LM is also
compatible with the new Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor.
Pre-loaded Maps: The zūmo 390LM comes
pre-programmed with City Navigator North America NT maps. Detailed road maps
of the entire United States,
Canada, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands are included, as well as basic
maps of Mexico. Points of Interest (POIs) such as hotels, restaurants, gas stations, attractions, and ATMs are included to help you find
the destination you desire. The zūmo 390LM also features Lane Assist with Junction View to guide you into the proper lane at busy interchanges.
Free Lifetime Map Updates: The zūmo 390LM offers free lifetime
map updates so you'll always have the most up-to-date maps, POIs, and navigation
information. Map updates are available for download up to 4 times a year with no
subscription or update fees and no expiration dates. Free Lifetime Map Updates
are subject to
nüMaps Guarantee: If you register your device on Garmin's
website within 90 days of acquiring satellites while driving, you can check to
see if a free map update is available. You must be able to connect your device
via a high-speed internet connection in order to check the loaded map version
and download the map update.
microSD Memory Card Slot: On the bottom of the device is a
slot for a microSD Memory card for inserting optional maps that are available on
microSD card. You can also create custom routes or download custom points of
interest on your computer and load it onto an optional microSD card.
Designed to be used in the open, the zūmo meets IEC 60529 IPX7 standards, meaning the GPS case can
withstand accidental immersion in one meter of water for up to 30 minutes.
Mounting Options: The unit can be mounted to your
motorcycle's handlebar or to the clutch/brake clamp bracket using the supplied
mounting hardware. For additional flexibility, a standard windshield or dash
suction-cup mount is included so you can mount it your 4-wheeled vehicle as
Power Options: You can power the zūmo 390LM, or charge its Lithium-Ion battery, using the supplied cigarette lighter adapter. Charging time is approximately 4 hours. Battery life is
up to 7 hours depending upon usage and settings. The supplied power cable allows you to hardwire the zūmo cradle to your motorcycle's electrical system.
Touchscreen Display: The zūmo
features a bright, 4.3" (diagonal) LCD screen with glove-friendly touchscreen controls.
The bright, sunlight-readable, UV-resistant display makes it easy to view
the screen in sunlight, as well as at night. The display has a resolution of 480 x 272 pixels and an
aspect ratio of 16:9.
Routing Options: You can choose the type of route for the
zūmo 390LM to calculate. In addition to the fastest time and shortest distance
options, you can select more exciting routes such as Off Road or Curvy Roads.
Keyboard Options: The built-in virtual keyboard can be configured a number of ways. The layout can be set to QWERTY (like a traditional keyboard), ABCDE (an alphabetical layout),
or Large Mode (showing 6 letters at a time, making it easier to input addresses while wearing gloves).
Trip Planning: Using BaseCamp, a downloadable app, you can
plan your next ride. BaseCamp lets you create routes, mark waypoints, and
develop tracks on your computer, then transfer to the device. The "Track Draw"
feature lets you trace your planned route and view elevation changes to help
estimate the difficulty of your ride. You can record and share your rides with
others using the Garmin Adventures app.
TracBack: After you have completed your trip, you can use
the new TracBack feature to navigate right back to where you started along the
Fuel Monitoring: The zūmo 390LM has a built-in trip computer
with a compass display. It has a digital fuel gauge to help you keep track of
how many miles you can ride before having to refuel.
Service History: You can keep up with your bike's
maintenance on your zūmo. The Service History app lets you enter the dates and
status of your air filter, brakes, battery, rear end drive, tires, clutch,
engine oil, fuel and oil filters, fasteners, chain, and spark plugs.
Tire Pressure Monitoring: The zūmo 390LM is compatible with
Tire Pressure Monitor Sensors (TPMS). When you install a TPMS on each
tire, you can monitor the tire pressure on the screen for up to 4 tires in any
configuration. The TPMS system is not intended for automotive use.