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Garmin Edge 810 Touchscreen GPS Bike Computer with Heart Rate Monitor and Speed/Cadence Sensor

by Garmin
3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
RRP: £429.99
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  • Sleek lightweight GPS-enabled bike computer with 2.6” colour touchscreen and simple user interface
  • Tracks details of your ride including speed, distance, time, location, elevation, heart rate, cadence and personal records
  • Connected features include live tracking, instant uploads, social network sharing and weather updates
  • Instantly upload ride data via the Garmin Connect™ mobile app on your phone
  • Activity profiles allows data fields and settings to be configured to the type of riding you do

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 5.1 x 9.3 cm ; 100 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 621 g
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 010-01063-03
  • ASIN: B00B06JYJG
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 22 Jan 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,363 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

Garmin Edge 810 Touchscreen GPS bike computer with heart rate monitor and speed/cadence sensor (performance bundle)

Train, customise, connect – all with one device

The touchscreen Edge 810 with connected features via your smartphone gives you live tracking, wireless data transfers, weather and social media sharing – along with advanced training capabilities – all in one device.

Edge 810: The ultimate bike computer
Edge 810: The ultimate bike computer

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Edge 810 records your location, distance, speed metrics, ascent/descent, gradient and more. With ANT+™ heart rate and speed/cadence sensors it gives you a finely-tuned analysis of your ride. It also works with compatible third-party ANT+™ power meters to display your power output in watts as you train.

The activity profiles feature allows you to customise data fields and device settings based on cycling activity, such as road, mountain or touring. Switch profiles with a simple swipe of the touchscreen and your device will be set up to show the data you need for that ride.

Get Connected

Edge 810 offers a suite of connected features when paired with your smartphone (Apple® or Android™) and the Garmin Connect Mobile app available at https://buy.garmin.com/shop/shop.do?pID=125677. This allows you to gain comprehensive, accurate ride data from a dedicated device while saving your phone battery.

Edge tracks the data and sends it to your phone using a Bluetooth® connection. Stay connected and share all the details of your ride with friends, family and your social media contacts. You can post an update immediately after your ride or race with details from your completed activity. You'll create your posts via your smartphone and the ride data is already there thanks to the interface with Garmin Connect Mobile.

Edge 810: Post an update immediately after your ride
Edge 810: Post an update immediately after your ride

Live Tracking

The live tracking feature allows your friends and family to follow your races and training activities in real time. Invite followers using email or social media, so they can view your live data on a Garmin Connect tracking page. Once they get your email invite, they can click to follow and see your stats and location on the map. (Tracking can be disabled at any point).

Edge 810: Let others track you
Edge 810: Let others track you

Weather

Get real-time weather conditions, forecasts and alerts directly on the Edge 810 when it's paired with your smartphone and the Garmin Connect Mobile app. This feature is useful for extended rides and it lets you keep your smartphone safe and dry while the weather data you need is at your fingertips.

Edge 810: Real-time weather conditions
Edge 810: Real-time weather conditions

Wireless Data Transfers

Now you can instantly store, share and analyse every detail of your ride. The Garmin Connect Mobile app allows for wireless uploads of completed activities from your device as soon as you finish recording an activity. You choose whether activities are automatically or manually uploaded. Once your ride has posted to Garmin Connect, your own "connections" can view them. You can also search your courses and workouts stored at Garmin Connect, download to your smartphone, then send directly to your Edge 810 — wirelessly. You can then use the Virtual Partner® feature on your Edge to race your previous activities in real time.

Purpose-Built Bike Computer

There's no better bike computer to guide your ride. Edge 810 is rugged, waterproof and has a 17-hour battery life. The touchscreen is easy to operate, even with a gloved finger and when wet. Mounting options include a new out-front mount for heads-up positioning and a standard quarter-turn mount.

Box Contains

Garmin Edge 810 GPS bike computer
Premium heart rate monitor
GSC™ 10 speed/cadence sensor
quarter-turn bike mount
out-front bike mount
AC adapter
USB cable
Quick start manual


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
3.3 out of 5 stars
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An amazing piece of kit 15 May 2013
This is an amazingly useful accessory for any road cyclist.

Design:
Although a little bigger than I had imagined, it looks really smart. The mount supplied pushes it out slightly in front of you, which has two results. Firstly, it's a little more comfortable to look at (because it's not so close to you), but (secondly) it can only fit in certain places (I've had to rethink where my front light goes).

Interface:
The interface is easy enough to learn to use. Once set up, starting a ride is very simple, simply pick your bike and your profile (race, train, etc.) and push ride! For when you're riding, you can completely personalise which screens you're shown and what's on those screens and in what order.

Interaction with iPhone:
I must say, the connection is flawless. When out riding, my Garmin is connected to my iPhone by BlueTooth. The reason for this is so you could get weather warnings and allow people to track you. This seems and is awfully gimmicky. I check the weather before going out, so I'm never caught off guard and the one time I tried to use Live Track it didn't work. Luckily this doesn't drain my phone's battery at all (otherwise I'd probably turn it off).

Routing:
This is the main reason I bought the Edge 810. I moved to a different part of the country and my rides were only as long as I could memorise from Google Maps. Using the Garmin Connect website, you can plan routes to send you out into previously undiscovered territory. These are then easily downloaded to your Edge in seconds (either via USB or via BlueTooth from your phone) and you can go. It takes a bit of getting used to how to set it all up, but it's brilliant once you've got the hang of it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Disappointed 3 Nov 2013
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Could have been amazing but was very buggy (temperature and calorie readings were unusually low and frequently crashed). May have been faulty although a number of forums suggest that the current model is riddled with issues.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
I bought this product with high hopes, but I could not be more disappointed with what subsequently happened.

I recently decided to take up triathlons and so I went out and bought a bike. Being an analyst, I also wanted something to analyse my rides with, including the ability to see where I was in case I got lost. So I bought a Garmin 810 -- top of the range, so they said. When it did work (which wasn't for long), I could not for the life of me figure out how to get the turn-by-turn navigation working. So I can't say it stopped me getting lost, or was particularly intuitive to use. I said it wasn't for long, because on about its fifth outing, I couldn't get the unit to power up even though I had left it plugged into my Mac the previous night. I blamed myself (perhaps the Mac had powered down and so couldn't charge the unit), and resolved to definitely charge it the night before my next Triathlon (at Hever Castle six weeks or so ago). But again, on Triathlon day, the unit would not turn on, so I did my triathlon without it. I took it back to the shop expecting them to do Ctrl-Alt-Del or something, and make me look like an idiot. But they couldn't get it to power up either.

So they sent it back to Garmin, AT MY EXPENSE (Yes -- under the terms of the warranty, which Garmin themselves have subsequently confirmed to me in writing -- I had to pay the postage cost of returning their faulty item to them!!!!!).

Actually, this is the third Garmin product in a row that has let me down. Because, two weeks later, my Garmin Forerunner 10 ran out of power at mile 25 of the marathon I was running, despite being fully, fully charged over the previous two nights. And it had previously let me down on my final training run at mile 12 when the GPS froze.
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