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Garmin Edge 810 GPS

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Worthy Upgrade from the EDGE 800

268 people found this helpful.
 on January 14, 2013
By D. Zhou
I’ve been using a Garmin Edge 800 for about 16 months now, so I’m pretty familiar w/ the functions, pros, cons and limitations. I’ve used the EDGE 810 for about 4 rides now… so far, so good

Good to great device for the more serious biker

117 people found this helpful.
 on February 17, 2013
By Scy33
Was a little worried about buying this unit given some of the moderate reviews I had read and the price associated. I’m in a couple hundred miles thus far and I would give it high marks. Is it hard to read in daylight? It can be but once I mounted it on the extension bar so that it was in front of the handle bars and thus could adjust its angle I had no problems (mounting it on the stem was problematic because the angle caused more glare in direct sunlight) – so in this case the concern is valid, but easily mitigated by the mounting approach – at least for me.

Best bicycle specific GPS I have ever used – does more than EVERYTHING!

11 people found this helpful.
 on June 26, 2015
By Public Name
This is small, light, highly accurate, and have every kind of option I can ever see using. 17-hour battery life and you get Garmin quality and support. I would recommend this to any anyone. Probably more popular for road bikes​ but also useful for mountain bikes.

A very good cycling computer and GPS.

One person found this helpful.
 on April 16, 2017
By Fastred of Greenholm
I’ve been using the 810 for almost a year. This review may not be too useful, as the 810 has been replaced by the 820. However, the reviews for the 820 are terrible. Rain or sweat can trigger the 820’s touch screen and change its settings. So, if in mid-2017 you’re considering the 810, I can recommend it. Mine came with the speed/cadence sensor and heart rate monitor. Both work flawlessly and the added data has been interesting to view, both during my rides and after uploading it to Garmin Connect (which is automatically mirrored on RWGPS and Strava). My unit also had Garmin’s U.S. maps loaded on its mini-SD card on delivery. Garmin Express seems to keep the maps current. Several years ago I purchased a Garmin map for all of Europe, using it in several rental cars with my Garmin Nuvi. Last year, I put the European map card in the 810 and it worked very well with TCX files I had for a group tour in France. (Of course, there are downloadable free maps that will work with the 810 as well.)

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