Garmin Edge 810 GPS Cycle Computer £193.96 @ Amazon.
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Garmin Edge 810 GPS Cycle Computer £193.96 @ Amazon.

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Found 14th Nov 2015
Pretty good price for this. Just droped to £196 on Amazon. Wiggle has dropped to £199 and Bike Discount is around £202. Lowest price i've seen for this, and certainly the lowest on Amazon.
EDIT: Now £193.96 from Aamaon direct.

Sleek lightweight GPS-enabled bike computer with 2.6” colour touchscreen and simple user interface
Tracks details of your ride including speed, distance, time, location, elevation and personal records
Connected features include live tracking, instant uploads, social network sharing and weather updates
Instantly upload ride data via the Garmin Connect™ mobile app on your phone
Activity profiles allows data fields and settings to be configured to the type of riding you do
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£199 on wiggle also
Now £194.10 sold by Amazon.
I have the edge 1000 which is a bit like this ones bigger brother and love it. heat added.
I had the Edge 800 two years ago and sent it back the day after delivery. The screen was impossible to see clearly in the winter sunshine with it being in colour: GPS connection was on and off. Why can't Garmin make a large black and white screen with OS maps?
Read the reviews,it might put you off.
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I had the Edge 800 two years ago and sent it back the day after delivery. … I had the Edge 800 two years ago and sent it back the day after delivery. The screen was impossible to see clearly in the winter sunshine with it being in colour: GPS connection was on and off. Why can't Garmin make a large black and white screen with OS maps?


OS maps use colour to define things so what would be the point in that?
I had an 800 for a few years, faultless. Have a 1000, faultless. Most of the guys I ride with have a Garmin, and all are fine. This is the one thing I would replace without a thought, if lost or broken.
If you're after a top end GPS cycle computer, there aren't any real alternatives.
Excellent bit of kit, I upgraded from a 510 to one of these and love it, bargain at this price, hot!
Another thing for cyclists to look at whilst thinking they own the road
Quite fancy a Mio Cyclo. Anyone tried them?
You do need to spend additional sums to buy a decent set of maps (there are some free ones available too) as the inbuilt maps with the Garmin are quite useless, showing only major A roads and motorways. So it's not usable out of the box.
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You do need to spend additional sums to buy a decent set of maps (there … You do need to spend additional sums to buy a decent set of maps (there are some free ones available too) as the inbuilt maps with the Garmin are quite useless, showing only major A roads and motorways. So it's not usable out of the box.



​No you don't. You can put Open Street maps on an SD and use them in this for free. They're excellent quality as well.
It seems to be very easy to separate cyclists from large amounts of money. If this is the best price available them it is hot, but it's a lot of money for what it is (cf car satnavs, etc.).
Just dropped to £193.96.
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