Garmin Edge 510 GPS

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DESCRIPTION

Garmin Edge 510 GPS Enabled Cycling Computer is on the bleeding edge of cycling electronics technology. Fully GPS Enabled with a lot of the same features of the more expensive 810, the 510 is the choice for most garmin-sponsored pros due to it's minimalis

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[Sep 24, 2021]
Giselle


OVERALL
RATING
5
Strength:

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Weakness:

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Purchased:
New  
[Feb 03, 2021]
Mwest1


OVERALL
RATING
3
Strength:

Great interface, hardware side is very good if not perfect. Good screen could never not read it. Customized fields for ease of change. Great toughness.

Weakness:

This has easily been the most consistently frustrating computer I have used. I really loved and hated this computer at the same time. It failed countless times on reliably keep track of my rides. It would freeze regularly and for no known reason. Then it started to turn off mid ride for no known reason. It was for a while reliably downloading to Strava, But then I tried updating it then it really fell apart....I finally, have to let it go. I think 3/5 is a generous rating.

Price Paid:
$500
Purchased:
New  
Model Year:
2014
[Sep 29, 2015]
Celeste
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

- Download rides directly through Gamin Connect app on iPhone via Bluetooth, so no need to plug in.
- Customizable training fields.
- Easy to read/navigate screen
- Heart rate monitor that comes with the package is excellent!
- Battery lasts for 8-10 hours (not sure exactly, I recharge every 1-2 weeks)

Weakness:

- Occasionally freezes while saving. Have not lost a ride yet, but did miss part of a lap because it got stuck and wouldn't start until it timed out.
- Navigation still needs some work, not as helpful as a real map (I guess that's why you pay more for the 810)

Upgraded from the 205 and have been extremely pleased with the 510. It has everything I want in a navigation unit with lots of useful data. The 510/Garmin Connect interface has been a bit frustrating, but recent upgrades seem to have fixed most of the issues I was having. The freezing while saving seemed to mostly occur while the unit was bluetoothed to my phone, so if you are in a must-save or save then start again (like warm up, then race) situation, connect after the ride.

Similar Products Used:

Garmin 205

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