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As you'd expect from a TomTom sat nav, it's easy to use and directions are clear. The screen responds well to gloved hands and the audio clarity is very good.
The hardest part is figuring out where to stick the earpiece in the helmet so it's next to your ear.
We'd recommend the Urban Rider if you travel a lot and have a habit of getting lost, but the lack of voice control is a big let-down and we really hope that TomTom addresses this in the next iteration.
Really easy to set up and use, and the TomTom is small enough to fit into a jacket pocket once you've parked up.
We think the lack of voice control is an oversight and we're left wondering why this feature was omitted.
A brilliant sat nav offering 2D and 3D views, but let down by the lack of voice control.
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