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Garmin Edge 800 GPS Cycling Computer With Performance And Navigation Bundle

by Garmin

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  • Touchscreen GPS bike computer with premium heart rate monitor and speed/cadence sensor
  • Built-in worldwide basemap plus microSD(TM) card preloaded with City Navigator® NT street maps for Europe
  • Track your distance, speed, location and ascent/descent
  • High-sensitivity GPS receiver stays locked on to a signal, even under tree cover
  • HotFix® satellite prediction to calculate your position faster

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  • ASIN: B00MFYTCRQ
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 11 Jun 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
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Design Rugged enough to withstand a whole manner of hostile elements, though sensitive enough to respond to the touch of a gloved hand, the Garmin Edge 800 GPS Cycling Computer With Performance And Navigation Bundle's 2.6" (6.6cm) screen is an embodiment of the harmonious relationship between functional, ergonomic design and robust construction. Training pages can be manipulated with a single tap and the vibrant, colour display can be read in direct sunlight. The device's carbon fibre casing is adorned with white accents that finish it with a sleek, aerodynamic aesthetic. However, beneath the attractive exterior sits a formidably robust, durable core that will easily withstand the knocks, abrasions and wet weather it is likely to be subjected to on trail rides. The unit's versatile, quarter-turn mount format allows it to be swapped between bikes quickly and easily with removable, reusable bands. Navigation A built-in basemap displays major roads and cities and can extract data from a range of microSDTM cards, enabling the user to add their own routes, roads and adaptive maps. Once a route is selected, the unit provides turn by turn navigation and displays clear, coherent prompts for accurate guidance. The unit is not restricted to urban areas however - Garmin GB DiscovererTM displays 1:50,000 mapping for the whole of Britain, with contours, elevations, summits, paths and routable roads to ensure that absolutely no area of the country is off limits. The Garmin ConnectTM database allows the user to explore rides uploaded by others and of course, upload their own, whilst BaseCampTM software can create routes on a computer and then replicate them on the unit in incredible detail with 2D, 3D and elevation views. A high-sensitivity GPS receiver maintains a clear connection, even under tree cover, whilst HotFix® satellite prediction calculates the user's position faster and alters time zones accordingly, depending on location - ideal for European continental tour holi

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By M&M's on 9 Mar 2012
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Brought this and wondered if it would be worth the cost. Had it for 4 weeks now and although not used it a lot but when I have it works great. The pickup on startup is quick and accuracy seems to normal Garmin high standard. Setup was OK but only downside is manual is not idiot proof and leaves a lot for you to work out. Still even I have managed to get it working the way that suits me and there is lots more to discover and enjoy. Very good fast and secure attachment to bike which means it is only takes a second to fit or remove from bike. City Navigator looks very good and great value and will be trying it out in Flanders soon. Yes I would recommend this to anyone that can afford it, shame about the manual which is reason for only 4*'s
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By davrg05 on 17 Dec 2011
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Having used the 605 over the past few years with complete satisfaction the 800 had to go a long way to beat it.Well it does more than just beat the 605 this 800 unit is from another planet.It is by far quicker to come on line,the touch screen is sublime.Coupled with heart rate and cadence you can properly adjust your training runs to near perfection.The maps on the navigation bundle are more than adequate they are superb.All in all a superb lightweight unit that does all that is asked of it and more.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mandy on 10 Jan 2012
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Does all it says on the box, tested it out in a dense forest at night! brought me back exactly to where I started. Dont know how I managed without it. Sure is a must have for those long rides too.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A on 23 April 2012
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Took the plunge and purchased this having debated long and hard with myself as to wheter i could justify the expense. So far i think it has been worth it as it does help me plan my training better and give me a better idea of how hard i am working. IT seems overly complicated in some areas and there is probably a lot of features i will not use - but you never know.
The screen is easy enough to read, battery life seems good and it works well with the heart rate monitor.
My one reservation so far is that it locked up whilst out on a 5 hour bike ride and nothing i could do to reset it - the screen was frozen/locked. When i got home i had to spend some time 'googling' how i could restart it. It did restart and has been fine since (approx last 4 weeks) so i hope it was a 1 off glitch, but this caused my 4 star rating as opposed to 5.
If you are serious about your training i think this will be an invaluable tool - if you just want to log miles and basic data, save your cash and buy one of many cheaper basic compputers out there.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Peter F on 4 April 2014
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Okay so i bought the Garmin Edge 800 about a month ago now, I only started riding about 2 months ago and for the moment i'm absolutely loving it. I start it every time I set out on a ride and use the analysis after to know where i'm improving and where I need to work.

Advantages: Simple Navigation, Virtual Partner, Small Form Factor, Comfortable HRM

Disadvantages: No Bluetooth (see Edge 810), Sensor Adjustements, No Fly-Bar

For my full review + unboxing please visit [...]
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S. Corcoran on 31 May 2014
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I have been using the 800 for about a year, and have consciously delayed writing a review I. The hope that I could be more positive. I also wanted to give the device plenty of opportunity to prove itself.

I would also say I have received 5 star customer service from Amazon which has allowed me to return my Garmin 3 times. I am now requesting a full refund.

When this item works, it is excellent. I can get lost in an one way street, but the 800 has allowed me to be much more adventurous in terms of exploring new routes, and generally pushing myself. I also love the amount of stats it allows you to record, the battery life is great, and I would agree with all of the other positive comments made by others.

The reason I have given up on this product is that you simply cannot take it out in the rain. Each time I have done this, the item has malfunctioned. This takes the form of:

1. Not syncing with my PC. Last week I lost a 39 mile ride. I have tried all of the fixes suggested by Garmin, and have even written to them, all to no avail;
2. Losing the screen itself so that no data is recorded; and
3. The chest strap which records your heat rate stops working after about 30 uses. I always wipe off perspiration and ensure the strap is kept clean in accordance with the instructions. I did a 50 miler the other day and my hr was between 71 and 72 bpm. It isn't that as I am sitting typing this review.

For this amount of money, I cannot understand how it keeps failing.

Please note, I have friends who have ridden thousands of miles with the 800 and have had no problem whatsoever. Maybe I am unlucky. Anyway, I hope this helps, and if you do buy an 800, I really hope you do not have the same issues I have had.

Finally, I cannot praise Amazon too highly in this case. I am huge fan of Wiggle, but am sure I would not have been treated as well if I had purchased the 800 from that site.

Best wishes.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mrs B on 3 April 2014
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My husband loves this, so was well worth the money. The reason for 3 stars is that its not waterproof. Claims to be, but water still gets in.
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Gaving used a garmin 605 for a few years I decided to upgrade to the 800 rather than the newer 810 as Garmin has the habit of releasing new products with lots of software bugs. The 800 is quick to load ip courses, very easy to navigate and I hope it lasts me as long as my old 605 which is going strong but slowly. I bought mine with the europe map bundle. Their base maps are rubbish so always buy it with a map bundle
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