Garmin Edge 810 GPS Cycle Computer Review
Roadcycling.com tests the Garmin Edge 810 GPS-enabled cycle computer, which is the long-awaited successor to Garmin’s previous flagship model.
features. But if the US$500 gives you pause, the Edge 800 is a bit cheaper at US$450 and has almost the same features of the 810 minus the LiveTrack. If you don’t need maps to guide you take a look at the Edge 500 models (from US$250 for the Edge 500 to US$330 for the Edge 510). That said there’s room for improvement in the mapping features and the strength of the GPS signal.
The Edge 810 is compatible with the Roadcycling.com Training Tracker p/b TrainingPeaks, which lets you track and analyze your training and nutrition to further improve your performance on the bike.