Thread: Peaklife GPS
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Old 02-09-2012, 12:06 AM   #14
Arjuna Alexander
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Thoughts on the Peaklife GPS

Hi All.
I think the Peaklife GPS is not too bad for the price. I've been running mine on my Yamaha XT 600 without any problems until now... There seems to be a hardware issue with my unit's on/off button. The device still functions, but I cannot switch it off. This is a little frustrating. I've tried resetting the device and played with the limited settings it comes with - to no avail...

Before this little problem, it was great. I've riden through a number of serious rainstorms with it and it has come out the otherside still functioning. It's software has a decent trip computer and it seems to track position and map routes without a problem. I do think that it is cheaply made though, hence the price! Oh, and finding legitimate maps for it was a pain in the net... so I just settled for some that had fallen off the back of a digital truck
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