Garmin edge 810

garmin edge 810

What is the new Garmin Edge 810 Cycle computer?

Garmin has finally unveiled the new Edge 810 GPS-enabled cycle computer – the long-awaited successor to its flagship Edge 800. Although it looks virtually identical from the outside, it’s not until you delve into the new user interface that you begin to appreciate its more simplified operation.

How do I connect my Garmin Edge 810 to my phone?

Garmin Connect: To get the most out of your Edge 810, you need a Garmin Connect Account, and fortunately it is free. Once you have an account established, download the Garmin Connect App to your smartphone, and pair your Edge 810 with your smartphone.

Is the edge 810 discontinued?

The Edge 810 has been discontinued. The Edge 810 is the most feature-laden cycling computer we tested, and is the winner of our Editors Choice Award. With GPS, ANT+, Bluetooth, Maps, Shimano Di2 integration, and with some recent updates to the firmware, there is not much this cycling computer does not do.

Does the edge 810 have a capacitive or resistive screen?

The screen on the Edge 810, as well as on the Edge 510, utilize resistive technology while most smart phones use capacitive technology. Capacitive screens do not work well when wet, so Garmin uses resistive screens ( ED. note: the new Garmin 1000 cycling computer uses a capacitive screen ).

Is the Garmin Edge 810 a good bike computer?

Hands-On Review. The Garmin Edge 810 is a unique GPS enabled cycling computer. Comprehensive mapping functions set it apart from its competitors. It is the only cycling computer we tested that is capable of storing detailed maps and giving turn-by-turn directions during a ride.

Is the edge 810 discontinued?

The Edge 810 has been discontinued. The Edge 810 is the most feature-laden cycling computer we tested, and is the winner of our Editors Choice Award. With GPS, ANT+, Bluetooth, Maps, Shimano Di2 integration, and with some recent updates to the firmware, there is not much this cycling computer does not do.

How does the Garmin Edge 810 weather prediction work?

According to Garmin PR man Justin McCarthy, the system will send an alert directly to your connected Edge 810 display if a weather event is predicted in your location within a three-hour window. Again, we didn’t have a chance to test this feature as no adverse weather events occurred during our initial trial period.

Does the edge 810 have a capacitive or resistive screen?

The screen on the Edge 810, as well as on the Edge 510, utilize resistive technology while most smart phones use capacitive technology. Capacitive screens do not work well when wet, so Garmin uses resistive screens ( ED. note: the new Garmin 1000 cycling computer uses a capacitive screen ).

Is there a beta version of edge 810?

General Beta FWIW FYI: While the unit I used for this review was a final production unit, it was running beta software. As such, it’s plausible (though highly unlikely in the case of the Edge 810) that there could be slight changes to features and functionality between now and when the unit lands in your hands.

Is the Garmin Edge 810 worth it?

We love the Edge 810. The maps and loads of features give the consummate pro everything they need, and provide plenty of room to grow for those new to the sport. We hope that Garmin improves the flow and user interface of Garmin Connect in the future, but it is useful in its current state.

How many buttons does the edge 810 have?

This cycling computer is intuitive and easy to use despite its long list of features. It utilizes three buttons: one for power, start/stop that starts or stops a ride, and a lap button. We love that the Edge 810 uses a dedicated lap button, placed on the front of the computer.

How do I know when my edge 810 has been uploaded?

When the unit starts the upload, it’ll display a notification on the Edge 810 (it’ll also display a completion message): Additionally, you can also see the status of the upload within the Garmin Connect app:

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