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Garmin Speed/Cadence Sensor For Garmin Forerunner/Edge/Virb Elite/Montana/Oregon

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4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (250 customer reviews)
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  • Measures and reports pedaling strokes per minute, providing feedback for optimal performance
  • Measures pedaling cadence as you ride
  • Works with Garmin cycling computers – Edge 305, 500, 510, 705, 800 and 810
  • Works with Garmin sports watches – Forerunner 305, 310XT, 405, 405CX, 410, 610 and 910XT
  • Self-calibrating and wireless
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  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 5.5 x 7 cm ; 9 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 454 g
  • Batteries 1 Lithium Metal batteries required.
  • Item model number: 010-10644-00
  • ASIN: B000BFNOT8
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 10 Mar 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (250 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Monitor your pedalling cadence as you ride with this self-calibrating, wireless speed/cadence sensor. It measures and reports your pedalling strokes per minute, providing feedback for optimal performance.

This lightweight and easy-to-fit sensor quickly and easily connects to your compatible Garmin device. You don’t have to take it to your bike shop for installation – simply do it yourself.

Cadence data will tell you exactly what your pedalling strokes are per minute at any point – and using it with a Garmin compatible device will allow you to see how your cadence changes over different terrain and points in your ride. This is an invaluable tool if you want to improve your overall performance, whether you want to ride further, increase your speed or improve your endurance.

The ANT+ technology means the data from the sensor wirelessly connects to your Garmin device, making it easy to set up and use. It works with the GPS in your Garmin Edge or Garmin Forerunner to calibrate automatically, and its batteries are replaceable with a standard CR2032 watch battery.

The sensor also includes a rear-wheel mounted speed sensor which allows you to capture speed, distance and cadence data while turbo training indoors. This is also extremely useful if you lose your GPS fix, e.g. while riding through a tunnel where the cadence/speed sensor will still be capturing and recording your speed and distance data.

The sensor is designed to work with most bike frames and wheels.

The Garmin speed/cadence sensor is compatible with a number of Garmin products including Edge 305, Edge 500, Edge 510, Edge 705, Edge 800, Edge 810, Fenix, Fenix 2, Forerunner 305, Forerunner 310XT, Forerunner 405, Forerunner 405CX, Forerunner 410, Forerunner 610, Forerunner 910XT, FR60, FR70, Foretrex 401, GPSMAP 62, GPSMAP 62SC, GPSMAP 62ST, GPSMAP 62STC, GPSMAP 64S, GPSMAP 64ST, GPSMAP 78S, Montana 600, Montana 650, Montana 650T, Monterra, Oregon 300, Oregon 400T, Oregon 450, Oregon 450T, Oregon 550, Oregon 550T, Oregon 600, Oregon 600T, Oregon 650, Oregon 650T and Tactix, D2, Garmin Fit, Virb Elite, Colorado 300, Dakota 20 and eTrex 30.

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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Just the Job 23 Mar 2008
I bought this item to enhance my taining and to link to my Garmin Edge. Having read other reviews I am pleased to report that the unit does exactly what it is supposed to. Linking to the Edge was simple; when setting up the LEDs were clearly visible indoors (although I did ask my partner to tell me which was red and wich was green and I am colour blind!!).

Using the system outdoors is fine and I can log cadence which is a great benefit.

Indoors is a whole different experience now. I use a mag trainer (Cycle Ops) and with the cadence sensor plus the Edge I can monitor and record cadence and speed (due to the wheel sensor being on the rear wheel). The Edge senses the constant GPS location and offers the option of turning off the GPS (a clever feature). Add to this the heart rate and what more do you need for training purposes.

All in all, a great complement to the Egde and a super training aid.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars But beware of water! 5 Sep 2009
By Scott
This is a great device that adds valuable information to my Edge 305, but beware when washing your bike. It can stand the light water spray from a wet road, but I'd suggest covering it with a small plastic bag whenever it's likely to come in contact with more water. This is my second device and after reading lots of other reviews it seems like this is a common problem.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars So Far So Good + Install Instructions 18 July 2011
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I finally binned my Polar stuff and needed to get cadence from this unit.

It's reasonably priced and, unlike my polar bits, cheekily allows the battery to be replaced if needed. How thoughtful of Garmin!

It is the size I expected and certainly not large. It's 'aeroness' is irrelevant.

I have a specialized transition comp 2006. IE a weird frame. I have a couple of rear wheels. Including a 52mm rim wheel. I want the speed sensor option because I train based on speed on a turbo. I use speed as a proxy for power/wattage...apparently only third party devices or turbos themselves can supply WATTAGE/POWER info and I did not want to go down the third party route - BUT THIS IS ONE AREA WHERE GARMIN DIRECTLY LACK A SOLUTION FOR MY 305.

It fits my frame no probs. It could have gone in a few places. I would imagine it is probably versatile enough to fit on your bike.

Instructions: The packaging was good and the instructions initially looked good. Until I followed them! Because my frame bends in weird places near the wheel then If I install the cadence sensor near the end of the crank (Garmin recommended) then the resulting position of the sensor DOES NOT WORK as the pick-up arm would get caught in the spokes.

NOW YOU SHOULD LOOK VERY CLOSELY AT THE INSTRUCTION FOR THE PICK UP ARM AND EXACTLY WHERE IT SHOULD GO AND EXACTLY WHERE IT SHOULD POINT. I have seen several people have this pointing upwards. Whilst this will work in the sense it will pick up a signal it must surely get caught in the spokes if accidentally pushed inwards to the wheel at some point down the line. Once this happens at any kind of speed it will break off.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good, but needed some clever fitting. 11 April 2013
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I guess if you after cadence data for your rides, and you already own a Garmin your choice is limited! I am primarily a runner, I have a Garmin Forerunner 410 GPS watch. I own a Trek DS 8.3 hybrid bike which I have been using quite a bit recently so I thought I would add a speed/cadence sensor to give me a bit more data from my rides. It arrived nice and quickly and has a reasonable set of instructions for fitting it. I found the required magnet positioning of <5mm on the crank sensor was just not going to be achievable on my bike due to the more 'mountain bike' style frame, the crank is quite a way from the rear frame stay. The spoke sensor was fine and lined up ok. I did some research, seems its a fairly common thing with this sensor unit (I am sure it was designed for a road bike frame). I ended up purchasing a neodymium rod magnet 10mm dia x 15mm long (just a strong magnet really) for about 3.50 on eBay (you can get them in just about any size easily). I then ditched the Garmin supplied crank magnet and stuck the new rod magnet to the end of the peddle spindle (it sticks on its own, magnetically, as the spindle is steel). It stays in place ok, been for lots of rides. This allowed me to line up the cadence sensor unit on the frame with around an 8mm gap to the new magnet (being more powerful than the original it trips the sensor ok). The spoke magnet was still fine, so I now had a fully working speed/cadence unit on my hybrid. Enabled pairing for it on my Forerunner watch and off I went. After a mile or so it had automatically calibrated the wheel circumference and that was that, been working a treat ever since.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars So so. Buy when on sale 26 Nov 2013
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These devices are temperamental to say the least. The longest I've had one last is about 18 months (even with several battery changes!)

Put a new battery in, take some silicon sealant around the thread and seal it in, and then cover it in black masking tape (or duct tape) once on the frame to keep the elements out. (It sits on your chainstays and so is in prime mud and crud covering position...and as such it suffers after a while).

My third one of these has just died so am about to try another brand of ANT sensor to go with my forerunner to see if any better
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Unfortunately this product makes me peddle faster as I can ...
Unfortunately this product makes me peddle faster as I can now see how slow I peddle and how much effort I should put in to cycling. Read more
Published 7 hours ago by Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars I've got 3 of these now Road, MTB and ...
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Published 1 day ago by Graham John Goddard
5.0 out of 5 stars Good at telling what you need to know...
This is a handy little gadget. I often found when out cycling that trying to hold the handlebars and place little strikes on a piece of paper was difficult and often lost count of... Read more
Published 1 day ago by Dieselwoof
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Easy to install, does its job.
Published 5 days ago by feiztopo
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
I am really impressed so far.It's every thing I hoped for
Published 6 days ago by keith horn
5.0 out of 5 stars easy to setup
great product at a good price,ANT+ works much better than my old polar system ie more reliable and very accurate.
Published 13 days ago by Mrs J C Rose
4.0 out of 5 stars good
a bit awkward to set up on bike but its a good unit. I had to use 7 in this review.
Published 14 days ago by John B.
4.0 out of 5 stars Does what it says on the tin
Can be fiddly to pair / calibrate at times, but all round it does what it's supposed to. Stays in place once fitted too.
Published 17 days ago by Gearoid Healy
5.0 out of 5 stars Easy to use and install.
This works perfectly with my Garmin 910xt and was very easy to install (on Specialized Roubaix) and to pair with garmin unit.
Published 21 days ago by Mr. P. Rogerson
1.0 out of 5 stars They never last long
This is the 3rd one of these ive had, once they get a bit wet, they stop working and the moveable arm can get trapped in the spokes if it gets knocked. Read more
Published 22 days ago by mom
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