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Garmin Edge 810

Advantages: Routable navigation, Clean and clear mapping, live tracking, Plenty workouts and courses to train
Disadvantages: Bluetooth 2.1, not Bluetooth 4.0 (no Bluetooth Smart support) , A bit expensive

Garmin Edge 810 is an update of the Garmin edge 800 model and itís supposed to please even the most demanding cyclist. The newest thing about that model is Smartphone connectivity (iPhone or Android). Via Bluetooth it can communicate with your phone so ...

Hotchner 04.08.2015 ∑ Read full review
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A bike GPS computer that won't push you over the Edge

Advantages: Relatively cheap, simple setup, accurate
Disadvantages: No map information

I made a return to cycling, three years ago. Initially I was using a mountain bike with a phone app to record my rides. This was great but as the phone was in my pocket, I had no visual indication of how far I had travelled, how long it had taken me or ho ...

craggybuk 29.05.2015 ∑ Read full review
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Review of Garmin Edge 200

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Perfect Buy for a Cycling Statistician (And Everyone Else)

Advantages: Battery life, features, weight, look and feel, easy to use
Disadvantages: Ascent/Descent could be a tiny bit more accurate - (nitpicking.)

Garmin Edge 200 GPS Cycle Computer Introduction Until March this year, I hadnít cycled for about 8 years and so I thought it was time to start cycling again for general fitness as well as being able to save a bit of money at the same time. ...

mc_uk100 14.07.2014 ∑ Read full review
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Riding On A Garmin Edge

Advantages: Excellent navigation, well presented information
Disadvantages: the cost

Over the last couple of years as my participation in sports such as Football and Cricket has dwindled slightly, my desire and drive to get on my bike has increased significantly. In fact itís now at the point where Iíve signed up to do London to Paris in ...

Andy.mack 04.09.2012 ∑ Read full review
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Review of Garmin Edge 800

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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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Review of Garmin Edge 800

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