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Superb... if you can afford it

Advantages: long battery life, good navigation
Disadvantages: Expensive (especially if you want all the features)

Look & Feel The Garmin Edge 800 is a "navigator" for the use of cyclists. This device is quite small which can be useful as well as making it harder to see when cycling on rough terrain. It is about the size you may expect a mobile phone to be, almo ...

Gamerboy2012 10.08.2011 · Read full review
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Cycling on the Edge

Advantages: Many many functions, training centre info
Disadvantages: Info overload, price, rubbish standard map

My other half is what you'd call a keen cyclist - he cycles about 25 miles a day commuting to work, and frequently goes on weekend training rides too. He's got a couple of cycle computers that show things like the time, distance, speed, and similar, but h ...

xalala 28.08.2006 · Read full review
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Diamond review  "Edge"ing your bets.

Advantages: Flexibility, Features, Size, Motivation
Disadvantages: Cost

It never ceases to amaze me how things get increasingly complicated over time. Cars, telephones, stereos, televisions... they've all become more complicated since they were first invented. Maybe I shouldn't be so surprised that the same has happened with ...

LegendaryMrDude 10.04.2006 · Read full review
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Gotta have a Garmin Edge 205

Advantages: wireless, accurate, can analyse data, water proof - Excellent
Disadvantages: Sometimes a loss of GPS signal, still quite expensive

Why I chose the Garmin Edge 205 **************************************** Being a bit of a gadget 'freak' I stumbled across one of these on a cycling accessories website but instantly dismissed it because of its price tag of £149.99. Being a recreation ...

yackers1 28.04.2008 · Read full review
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Garmin Edge 205

Advantages: none
Disadvantages: Delicate, poor reception.

I'm a keen mountain biker and I live in South Wales. Having used numerous cycle computers, I decided to go the whole hog and get something that would enable me not only to work out how far I'd been and at what speed, but also enable me to work out how ...

Greasylake 22.12.2006 · Read full review
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