- Bike Gadgets
- GPS Cycle Computers
- Garmin Edge 510 GPS with Cadence & HRM
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Garmin Edge 510 GPS with Cadence & HRM is no longer available at Merlin Cycles. However you may find an alternative or updated product below.
This item was discontinued 25th November 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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Great product. I own it and purchased this one for my son. It is a great tool.
Upgraded to this following an Edge 200 I had for the past 3 years as I wanted the cadence/HR function. Due to having both GPS and Glonass it finds the signal very quickly (few seconds, whereas Edge 200 took couple of minutes at times) and keeps signal better in wooded areas. It works very well but for me there are a few issues: 1: touch screens are not a great idea for mtb. Wiping mud off changes the screen or takes you back to menu (although doesn't stop it recording ride). 2. Despite a huge number of screen options, the customisation of screens is disappointing. So far I've not found a way of viewing time, speed, cadence and HR together. For me there are a lot of superfluous displays such as power. If I could afford a powermeter I wouldn't have bought the 510 instead of the 1000. 3. the power button is not very ergonomic, the shape leads you to press just off the button. 4. Bluetooth connection is difficult to establish at times, but I do not know if this is due to my iPhone, or Garmin. I've listed a few negatives there, but in general use I'm very pleased and it is great for using with a turbo trainer and setting up your own workouts. Being ANT+ and I can use it with Duotrapon my trek.
Now I can upload every ride without taking the computer off, simply the best you can get.