Strike Genius motorcycle GPS

This Strike Genius GPS is designed to be used by motorcyclists and scooter riders - it can stand up to all weather conditions

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  • Expert Rating

    4.00 / 5
  • User Rating

    2.50 / 5 (of 3 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 499.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

onewheel

4.5

1

Pros
Glove friendly screen
Cons
Would like it more if I could upload routes from google earth
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Been using the GPS for a while know and it's working nicely for me.. I googled it to find if there's a way to upload a route from google earth into it, but that's about it. Been happy as so it's got props from me.

xcusm3

1.0

2

Pros
Rugged body, heaps of features.
Cons
Software, factory resets
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Can't find where to update Windows 7 drivers for the Genius BT on the Strike website, as Windows 7 Professional doesn't recognise it, so the strike toolbox won't work and is useless, so I can't update anything on the GPS, not even maps! Also, the GPS unit performs a factory reset every time it is powered off! Most disappointing and wasted $$$ purchase of 2011!

Stefford

2.5

3

Pros
The Great Southern
Cons
Antarctica
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I bought one, and installed the latest updates. It gets lost in the country and steers me up one way streets in the City. It is NOT glove friendly, and despite the claim "made by bikers for bikers" guess what vehicle is NOT available to select. Motorcycle. The SD card has now died and though I have backed it up several times I cannot get a clean install on another SD card. Money down the drain

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