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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. Records data approx 1 per second
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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||4.8 x 7.5 x 2 cm|
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|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||—|
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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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This replaces my Edge 800 and first impressions were really good. The screen is much higher resolution and very clear and the touchscreen is now capacitive rather than the dated resistive and it does work with gloves! I've tried all my gloves with it and they all work fine, I was quite surprised by this.
I managed to pair it with my iPhone first time and hooked it up to my home WiFi no problem. It recognised all the sensors on my bike very quickly too like cadence, speed and HRM.
Using it for a ride it is very quick to get a satellite fix. It takes a few seconds in you have GPS and GLONASS enabled (which does use more battery though). This was a great improvement from the 800. When out on a ride the screen quality is very good, much clearer that the 800. Similarly to other Garmin units, you can customise all the screens to display what you want. Finger swipes across the screen work perfectly to move to other data screens or maps.
After finishing a ride, I had WiFi enabled on mine and when I got home and looked at the computer, my ride was there on Garmin connect, nice!
After only a few rides, i'm really liking this Edge 1000. I was a bit unsure whether to spend so much on the upgrade, but it has been worth it in my opinion. The screen is so much easier to see when on a ride and the maps are now very usable compared to my Edge 800. It does display texts that you receive if you have your phone set up and connected which is handy and saves you stopping and getting your phone out.
Strava segments are great too, when you approach a selected segment, the map loads up you basically race against your current best time for that segment, if you're up for the race that is!
The unit itself looks really nice too. It is quite a bit bigger than the 800/810 and looks a bit like a smart phone. It still uses the old Garmin mounts, so any you have on other bikes will work. However, and this is my only negative so far, and for me it was quite a big negative, my old K-edge 'out-front' mount was too small! What I mean is that when you put the Edge in at 90 degrees to the bars and then turn, it hits the stem! It does come with a Garmin 'out-front' mount which I thought was a nice touch, but this was also too small to properly fit it 'out-front' dead centre in front of the stem. I ended up forking out another £30 for the K-edge XL which (as far as i'm aware) is currently the only mount available that allows it to be mounted right in front of the stem. I did wonder why may mate had his to the right of the stem, it's too big in my opinion to be located anywhere other than directly in front.
All in all though, i'm happy, it looks great, works great (fingers crossed) and is easy to read and use when riding which is the main point really. Just a shame about the lack of larger out-front mount.
I was set on a Garmin and had a look the comparison table on their website. I had already heard about the Edge 1000 and only a quick glance was required to confirm my decision. as seen below, the Edge 1000 boasts a number of features, but the two biggest factors for me were the touchscreen and larger 3' display.
I took delivery of my Edge 1000 last week (4th October) so have not had much hands-on time with it yet. As a result, I am not intending to write a full review here, but would like to briefly discuss some of the main features that I am most excited about.
Having the ability to customise the screens seen whilst on my ride is a huge plus point. The Strava app failed miserably here. The Edge 1000 allows me to see data that is relevant to my preferences and training goals. I am a big fan of screen customisation, as noted on the fenix 3 and 920XT, and seeing my time, distance, speed, heart rate, time of day and Di2 gears (more on this later) is very convenient.
The Edge 1000 is not only a great tool to record bike rides, but it is also a powerful GPS navigation tool. Just like a traditional sat-nav, you can enter a location, sit-back (well, cycle…) and navigate your way to your destination. I also found the cycle friendly route planner to be a pretty cool feature, too. You can enter a distance you wish to cycle and the Edge 1000 will provide you with 3 routes of the approximate distance you entered which are ‘cycle friendly’. This essentially means that the selected route has the best route possible for a safe bike ride. Map updates are also free from Garmin. I should add that the maps themselves look a little dated, and I do prefer the aesthetics of Google maps.
This is a double-edged point. The battery life of the Edge 1000 is much better than the iPhone 6 Plus (what I used for recording by bike rides with the Strava app), which can comfortably record a 50km ride. But then if you stop for a coffee break or check your messages, emails, etc mid-ride, you are going to be scraping the bottom of the battery’s limits. This can be overcome by carrying a lightning cable and power pack, but that’s not particularly convenient. The Edge 1000s battery life is much better and will get you through much longer rides, keeping your phones battery for what is was designed for.
Okay, so onto the negative with this point. I was expecting the battery life of the Edge to be a little better. It can comfortably record the longest of rides, and is more than capable or recording any of the distance I do, but will need to be charged more frequently than I had anticipated, every 2-3 rides for me (depending on the distance, of course). A minor hassle, but far superior to any smart phone.
*Speed and cadence sensors*
I have not yet purchased speed and cadence sensors for my bike, but will be very soon. These two sensors are available from Garmin, and simply attach to the bike. The speed sensor attaches to the rear wheels hub (or front wheel) and the cadence sensor attaches to the left crank arm, measuring peddling speed and cadence, respectively. This extra data will be vital during training rides, and being somewhat of a data junkie, am quite excited about this.
So the Edge 1000 has a convenient built-in calendar, which logs all your rides. This is probably not a feature that is going to change much for me, as I upload all my rides (and runs) to Strava anyway. But it is worth while to have all your rides conveniently stored on another device.
I may have saved the feature I am most excited about till last. Di2 gears on the screen! Talking to a few of my cycling friends, I am very suprised why they are not as excited as I am about this. Maybe I am not as ‘pro’ as them, or perhaps I am a little geeky when it comes to things like this, but seeing (on a screen) what gear I am in when riding really is a huge incentive for me. I am getting a good feel of knowing instinctively what gear I am peddling in, and adjusting accordingly. But having that data in front of me adds to my convenience, and will save me from those occasional peeks I take at my cassette. I’d even go one step further and say that this is probably going to enhance safety somewhat, as it reduces the occasional need to take your eyes of the road. Some may agree with this point, some disagree. But as I said, I am simply going through the points that I personally am most excited about. I don’t actually have a Di2 bike (yet!) to test this on, but hopefully one day.
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