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5.0 out of 5 stars Just the Job, 23 Mar. 2008
This review is from: Garmin Speed/Cadence Sensor For Garmin Forerunner/Edge/Virb Elite/Montana/Oregon (Sports)
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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Showing 1-5 of 5 posts in this discussion
Initial post: 7 Oct 2008 15:30:27 BDT
can anybody tell me if the GSC 10 comes with the pedal magnet (if purchased from amazon) it's not entirely clear from the description

thankx Tom

In reply to an earlier post on 23 Nov 2008 20:59:30 GMT
Girts Vitins says:
Yes, it does. In the packaging, both magnets are placed together and it looks like a single item. Initially I wondered where is the pedal magnet, but it was just sticking to the spoke magnet, both placed in the same bag. So the packaging does contain both magnets - for the crank and for the weel. I installed it fine. It is Ok if the GSC10 unit is inclined towrds the crank, to be closer to the crank magnet.

Posted on 5 Nov 2010 14:32:43 GMT
katy234 says:
im truing to buy a xmas present for my dad and i know he has a bike and loves riding, can he just put this on his bike or does he need to have other special equipment or a specific bike?

Posted on 23 Apr 2011 13:12:38 BDT
S. Mark Gee says:
what else do you need you ask?
Wattage/Power I answer!

Posted on 8 Oct 2014 16:25:34 BDT
Mr. H. Jones says:
Do you train with the edge indoors purely on heart rate and cadence? Is there some way to (like you can with old style cycle computers) set the edge to calculate the distance covered based on the distance one revolution of the wheel covers x total revolutions of the wheel? Hope I am making sense.
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