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Garmin Edge 1000 Touchscreen GPS Bike Computer with Premium Heart Rate Monitor, Speed and Cadence Sensors - Black
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- Large 3 inch dual orientation colour touchscreen GPS bike computer
- For competing, connecting and navigating, optimised for use with gloves and in the rain
- Records speed, distance, time, ascent/descent, gradient, GPS position, time/distance alerts, virtual partner and more
- Turn every ride into a race by competing on Garmin Connect segments and seeing real-time results on your edge 1000
- Input a distance and choose from up to three round-trip ride options
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|Item Dimensions||5.84 x 11.18 x 2.03 cm||2.03 x 7.37 x 4.83 cm||4.06 x 1.78 x 4.06 cm||6.98 x 14 x 5.69 cm|
|Item Weight||113 grams||59 grams||25 grams||91 grams|
|Lithium Battery Energy Content||5 Watt Hours||0.21 Watt Hours||5 Watt Hours||—|
|Size||4.4" x 2.3" x 0.8" (11.2cm x 5.8cm x 2.0cm)||7.3cm x 4.9cm x 2.1cm||One Size||One Size|
|Style||Edge 1000 with HRM & Cadence Sensor||With Heart Rate Monitor||Bike Computer with Heart Rate Monitor||Garmin Premium Herzfrequenz Brustgurt Ant+|
Style Name: Edge 1000 with HRM & Cadence Sensor
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Garmin Edge 1000 Touchscreen GPS Bike Computer with Premium Heart Rate Monitor, Speed and Cadence Sensors - Black.
Garmin Edge 1000 GPS Bike Computer
Extended out-front mount
Premium heart rate monitor
From the manufacturer
Garmin Edge 1000 GPS bike computer
Track and develop your performance, with mapping features. Smart.
Whether you're riding to improve your own personal target or see where you stand against the Pro's, Edge 1000 lets you connect, compare and compete. Turn every ride into a race by competing on Garmin Connect segments and seeing real-time results on your Edge, including alerts for segment start and finish and leaderboard rankings. The segments feature keeps you motivated and helps you push for continual improvement. Garmin Connect is a free online tool that can be used for tracking performance, downloading training plans, getting information on segments and leaderboards and more.
Edge 1000 - key features
- Tracks time, distance and speed.
- Tracks ascent/descent and calories burned.
- Preloaded European Cycle Map.
- Round-trip routing
- Activity profiles
- Compatible with ANT+ sensors.
- Live tracking
- Smart notifications
- Weather alerts
- Tracks heart rate (when paired with Garmin heart rate monitor).
Garmin Edge 1000 is one of the top range cycling computer for competing, connecting and navigating
Own the road – preloaded cycle map
Along with in-ride challenges and connected features, Edge 1000 offers bike-specific navigation and mapping capabilities. The preloaded Garmin Cycle Map includes OSM (Open Street Map) content with routable road and cycle paths, elevation data, points of interest and address search.
Mapping data is stored onboard the Edge, so your access to navigation and performance capabilities isn’t dependent on mobile phone coverage and map updates are free.
Know where to go – round-trip routing
You can explore more, on and off-road, thanks to this device’s round-trip routing feature. Simply enter how far you want to ride and Edge 1000 calculates up to three cycling-friendly routes. You can even review the elevation profiles before making your selection. It also offers a route planner capability that allows you to create routes directly on the Edge 1000 using the map, POI and segments you’ve downloaded from Garmin Connect. Again, you can preview the elevation profile of your custom route before you roll. If you do get off course or want to end your ride sooner, Edge can always guide you back to the start or calculate the direct route and provide turn-by-turn directions to get you back.
At your fingertips
Edge 1000 features a three-inch high-resolution colour touchscreen display with dual orientation*. It has an ambient light sensor that automatically adjusts the screen brightness to changing light conditions to improve visibility. Unlike your smartphone, the display is optimised to work with gloves and in the rain³.
You can customise your training pages with up to 10 data fields and use activity profiles to allow for easy transitions when you switch cycling activity, such as road, mountain or touring.
Advanced performance analysis
This Edge 1000 comes with a compatible ANT+ speed and cadence sensor as well as a heart rate monitor. It’s the first Garmin cycle computer that integrates with Shimano Di2 electronic shifting systems4 to display your current gear on the screen. Edge 1000 is also compatible with other ANT+ power meters, including Vector, Garmin’s pedal-based power meter that measures total power, left/right balance and cadence. A preloaded power-based workout on Edge 1000 allows you to calculate your functional threshold power (FTP), from which you can base your power training zones. The Edge 1000 offers a training calendar and is compatible with advanced workouts, which you can plan, schedule and upload from Garmin Connect.
When paired with your smartphone and the Garmin Connect Mobile app, Edge 1000 offers a suite of connected features, including live tracking, incoming call and text alerts, social media sharing, weather, wireless uploads and the sending/receiving of courses and segments. As soon as your ride is complete, the data can be automatically sent to Garmin Connect via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. This lets you stay connected and instantly share the details of your ride with friends, family and social media contacts. LiveTrack 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.
European Cycle Map - 34 countries
Garmin Cycle Map includes 34 countries across the European continent, including Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, (Republic of) Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, (Principality of) Monaco, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK and the Vatican City.
* The dual orientation screen is available with free software updates.
¹When paired with your Bluetooth or Bluetooth Smart Ready phone; contact your service provider to verify if your phone is compatible.
²iPhone 4s or later.
³Water-rated to IPX7; ANT+ wireless connectivity does not work underwater.
4Compatible with Shimano Di2 electronic shifting systems with Shimano D-Fly Data Management function.
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As a bike computer / data logger, you won't find better. Works brilliantly at high-resolution capturing all the data from the sensors (the Cadence and Speed sensors always connect and return data, but the included chest-strap Heart Rate Monitor took a bit of practice before I got reliable connections - don't ignore the parts of the instructions that tell you to wet the sensor patches first and make sure it's snapped in place securely). Your Strava uploads will be absolutely chock-full of data to over-analyse.
As a Navigation tool, well I think there's room for improvement. Firstly the screen can be a little tough to read depending on how you've got it mounted and what the weather's doing - this isn't helped by the display being a smudge-magnet (it's a touchscreen, after all). The provided mapping is great, highly detailed, but can be *too* highly detailed for easy interpretation. Secondly, it's use for turn-by-turn navigation can, frankly, be a bit hit-or-miss. You need some care when generating routes, because any points that the Edge can't co-locate to a road/line feature will generate spurious "off-road" turn points. These are usually obvious when viewing the on-board maps, but it doesn't facilitate travel using a route-card approach. In turn, these will cause the device to shriek "off course!" at you when you're proceeding down the road you thought you'd plotted, with the interesting side-effect that distance-to-go and time-to-destination don't seem to update until you hit the next turn point the Edge deems to be acceptable, and you return to being on-course at which point all is sweetness and light. These are all minor glitches in the grand scheme of things that are easily worked around by the intelligent user, just don't turn your brain off and follow the magenta line blindly. Support for on-device route management is a bit more limited - it's got a POI database and you can navigate to a street address / postcode, but only by setting a destination and allowing it to auto-route for you, anything more complex than A-to-B will require a computer. For a car SatNav this is fine, but on a bike it's useful to have an understanding of what sorts of roads you're going to be using before setting out, and using the onboard route-finding requires you to have a LOT of trust in the device's ability to find quiet back roads that aren't too steep and/or muddy.
Final point is battery life: The reported battery percentage seems to fluctuate weirdly, sometimes dropping a few percent an hour, then randomly plummeting for a bit (on one day, I managed the 4 hrs morning ride on <30% consumed battery, went for lunch and came back 90 minutes later to find it reporting another 25% dropped while idle!). I got the claimed 10hr life out of it on one day, but with no obvious change in usage pattern was heading for a blank screen after 8 hrs the next (I was *very* glad I'd brought a power-pack and cable to recharge as I rode).
The new synching features for things like live segments sound great. However, they continually crash the device and corrupt your activities. Following courses with your phone paired also has the same problem.
It's worth noting that the Garmin warranty means that if your device break you get a refurbished device with no additional warranty and you have to pay postage to return it. I've received a replacement device which had the same crashing issues on first use and Garmin still haven't resolved this.
Overall a poor quality product that I wouldn't recommend
One thing to note the extended Out Front Mount is part of the package, didn't realize it was included in the package so had to return the extra I ordered.
Speen Sensor is great easy to fit, no wires due to ANT and the mount is very secure, ordered a silicone case for added protection and also fitted the cord which gives extra security as I loop this to handle bars if the mount did fail which I don't think it will the unit will be caught.
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