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- Garmin Edge 510 GPS Enabled Cycle Computer
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Garmin Edge 510 GPS Enabled Cycle Computer is no longer available at Merlin Cycles. However you may find an alternative or updated product below.
This item was discontinued 22nd October 2015.
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- For the first time, cyclists can monitor for themselves and share in real time where they've been, where they are going, and how they are performing - with accuracy, durability, and endurance
- The new Edge 510 is a compact, touchscreen GPS bike computer that tracks advanced performance metrics and offers connected features through your smartphone
- Compatible with heart rate, speed/cadence and power
- Connected features include instant uploads to Garmin Connect, live tracking, social network sharing and weather
- The 510 also lets you create activity profiles, allowing you to configure data fields and device settings based on cycling activity
- Compatible with Android or Apple i-Phones from the i-Phone 4 onwards
- New 2.2 inch color touchscreen
- As well as Hotfix technology, the Edge 510 is GPS and GLONASS compatible for an improved performance in challenging conditions
- Measures only 8.4 x 5.1 cm, and weighs only 80 g
- 12 hour battery life with Bluetooth and GPS
- You must download the free Garmin Connect Mobile App to enable tracking, sharing and connection features
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I am moving to the 510 after 4 years of using a 500. I've been using it for only a few weeks, but some immediate impressions: living in NYC, one of the minor but real annoyances is waiting for satellite capture. The added GLONASS really makes this almost a non-issue. No more waiting 5-10 minutes or losing out part of the ride from no satellite link. Otherwise, it does the basic functions of the 500 just as well; still getting used to the swipe screen (one of the reasons I had to get a new device was because the buttons on the 500 were getting harder to push as they disappeared into the casing). I don't use the bluetooth function to upload rides, but I did it once and it worked. A second try didn't capture the phone. User error? My main concern for the future is battery life; I have some long rides planned, 10-14 hours, so will see if it manages. The labelling of ride "types" is not useful for me and gets in the way but is ignorable pretty much. All in all, just for the satellite capture, this made it worth the cost over the 500.
My first Garmin product and I am loving it! It packs so many features for riders and customize settings for different bikes is easy.
I like the customizable display very much , many functions and high c/p ratio. You dont want to try another brand after you tried it.
A great product with every bit of information needed. Bluetooth upload is great. My only issue is I have to find and sync my cadence sensor Every time I've used it so far