Originally Posted by Manchester Black Cat
Yes but it doesn't give you the sort of directions functionality a 705 or 800 will.
I've been lookign at them for a while and I've noticed Amazon seems to drop theres to 185 every few days for the unit + HR and cadence.
Also Ebay you can get them cheaper.
The 705 I've got, whilst giving the mapping and routing (I use opensource maps rather than paying) isn't really all that brilliant for guided rides.
Build a course on bikeroutetoaster and upload it and it's fine for guiding, but if you make a turn different do the route then the thing can't recalculate on the fly, it just runs out of memory and grinds to a halt, meaning you have to go back to the menu and restart, it'll then calculate from your current position!
Maybe it's because I've used it for routing in central London and there's squillions of roads, or on trail, bridleways and permissive routes where there's no obvious alternative ... but it's a bit weak.