I think that’s the one I have. My only complaint is that there’s no easy cheap way to secure it on the bike if you leave it unattended. Need to remember to take it off when unattended. I have another Garmin and at least that one has a proprietary screw to secure it to the bike mount.
Well... That's not a Canadian website.My bad. Like an idiot, I assumed that a canadian website accessed from Canada would show me prices in Canadian dollars.
This one doesn’t have the screw mount I don’t think. The unit just clicks in and out with no lockable security.I just purchased a proprietary screwdriver from Princess Auto, since I had lost the original.
I prefer to remove it from the bike, but the vibration tightens the screw on every ride.
Out of sight, out of mind.
I assume the music function works the same on the 395 as my 595. I have my Sena paired only to my phone, and the Garmin to my phone. This way, music is streamed directly from my phone to the headset, but I can control it from the Garmin UI.I have the 395. It's a nice unit, it does basic GPS functionality very well, but if there's one complaint, it's that the mp3 audio quality is terrible.
I initially though it was the Bluetooth connection that was ruining the sound, so I plugged my earphones directly into the 3.5mm jack. Same crappy output.
Garmin purposely nerfed the audio quality so if you want better sound, you have to upgrade to the 595. I have the older 660 as well, so I know they can provide better mp3 sound quality if they really wanted to.