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GARMIN Edge 800 GPS Cycle Computer Trail Bundle

by Garmin

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 458 g
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  • Manufacturer reference: GA108 / M10-Uk100-44
  • ASIN: B0049XTHE4
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 23 Feb 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 117,568 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Make the most of every ride with Edge 800 - the first touchscreen GPS bike computer. Providing navigation and performance monitoring, Edge 800 is ideal for touring, commuting, competitive cycling and mountain biking. It has a built-in basemap and tracks your distance, speed, location and ascent/descent. Use it with an ANT+ heart rate monitor, speed/cadence sensor or compatible power meter for a finely tuned analysis of your ride.At Your FingertipsWe designed this display to be rugged enough to stand up to the elements, yet sensitive enough to respond to the tap of your gloved hand. Switch training pages or pan and zoom the map with just a tap. The bright, sunlight-readable color display is easy to view in all lighting conditions. Just don?t let its good looks fool you - Edge 800 is waterproof to IPX7 standards and can withstand hard knocks and scrapes it might endure in mountain biking environments.The aerodynamic Edge 800 has a carbon fiber look with either blue or white accents and attaches to the stem or handlebar of your bike with the low-profile mount. A quarter-turn mount design holds unit securely and lets you easily swap it between bikes using removable, reusable bands.Know Where To GoWhether your bike is a means of transportation or escape, having maps at your fingertips makes every journey easier and more fun. Edge 800 comes with a built-in basemap that shows major roads and cities, plus it's compatible with our microSD cards packed with either street or topo maps. Select a destination and Edge 800 provides turn-by-turn navigation prompts on screen.Edge 800 can also guide you along routes recorded by other cyclists. Explore our Garmin Connect site and choose from millions of rides uploaded by other users. Any activities you upload to your Edge 800 are stored as courses. You can follow the course with navigation prompts or, for a little competition, race it a

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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By D. Eves on 26 Nov 2011
I have had a Garmin Edge 800 for 6 months now and the more I use it the more I become comfortable with what it can offer but also more frustrated with numerous aspects of it. I bought the cover as I felt it would add some more protection but it seems waterproof. The battery will work for approximately 12 hours and will cease to work quite abruptly; around the time when you are cycling in the dark trying to find a specific place. It uses a standard mini USB and the charging takes about an hour.
First you need to define how you plan to use the GPS (car, cycle or walk) as this has an impact upon what route the GPS will provide. The default for me was road so the first time I used it I couldn't understand why it wasn't finding any of the obvious cycle tracks.
Second you need to use it as often as possible before you set out on a serious ride. This isn't a TomTom for the car where you turn on and go. The more you use before the big ride the more useful and less useless it will be. For examle I couldn't figure out why the map orientation would suddenly be upside down. This is down to preferred orientation. Unlike a TomTom in a car you are now looking at a proper map so you need to decide whether you want orientation to stay at north (like you would with a map - you use a compass to decide where north is and then read the map).
Third - get used to software available for you to upload your own rides but moreover download other rides or create routes before leaving. This was important for a recent trip to Lewis and Harris. The GPS doesn't recognise placenames in gaelic and if the place you are riding to is small then it won't be able to search. Fine if you are cycling to a specific place such as a ferry as this you can search as a location.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Cannondalesam on 27 Jan 2013
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Fantastic bit of kit, I had the edge 500 before this and thought that was good but this is far better, Great maps (a bit expensive) Trail 1:50 that came with it is very good off road (Garmin need to update there route planning facility on Garmin connect so you can use it to its full potential). The city navigator map was great gets you home when lost, yes I did try this not planned :( Recommend to anyone who is looking for a neat bit of kit with fantastic navigation for Trail or road its a must for any cyclist.
I wouldn't recommend getting lost just to try to get back home using it though, especially when you are worn out.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By D.J on 23 Sep 2012
This is not the simplest product to use initially, but with plenty of practice and time it becomes second nature. With the Discoverer mapping you'll find that down to the limitations of the computer technology used to produce them it is not 100% accurate and for those of you who don't spend a lot of time on track ways and bridleways you'll find that rights of way don't often follow where the paths go.
I love this GPS and have used it on cycle rides and when walking and have found it to be an advantage to paper maps when in windy and wet conditions.
Very recommended.
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By Gordon on 22 May 2014
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You need good eye sight to make full use of this device. I imagine it would be brilliant is you could see it properly, I have got a few pairs of cheap reading glasses to carry on the bike and am currently trialling a pair of bifocal safety glasses.
If everything worked as it should it would be an extraordinary device. There is a Garmin forum dedicated to the 800 which has as many solutions as it has questions...I have had mine giving turn by turn alerts on one ride but not on another and still cant find out why, this is a shame as this is the main use of it.
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