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Garmin Edge 830 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 830 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 830 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 830 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 830 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 830 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 830 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 830 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 830 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 830 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 830 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 830 MTN Bundle

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Edge 830 MTN Bundle

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Who cares that the Edge 830 touchscreen cycling computer offers dynamic performance monitoring and insights to help you improve? You do. So, whether you’re a podium finisher, Kona qualifier, gravel grinder, straight-shaven, urban pedaler, dirt ball or somewhere in between, Edge 830 is ready to roll as your new riding partner. Dynamic performance monitoring provides insights on your VO2 max, recovery, training load focus, heat and altitude acclimation, nutrition, hydration and more when paired with compatible sensors. Includes routable Garmin Cycle Map with popularity routing which lets you ride like a local with features to get you back on course with route recalculations as well as back to the start.

MTB dynamics track jump count, jump distance and hang time as well as Grit, a measure of the ride’s difficulty, and Flow, which tracks the smoothness of your descent so you have a score to beat next time.



Features & Specs:

  • New, more responsive touchscreen interface.
  • Input addresses for custom navigation.
  • Searchable point of interest database for a rich list of food, attractions, hotels, and more.
  • New ClimbPro feature allows the unit to analyze route terrain data and highlight climbs to show, distance, gradient and ascent of the climb.
  • Structured workouts based on user data updated with clean, easy to read layouts.
  • Included full Bluetooth smart sensor support for compatibility with any ANT+ or Bluetooth sensor just like with the 1030
  • Performance power curve (mean maximal graph) which plots power output over time with compatible power measurement equipment.
  • New processor making unit twice as fast as previous model
  • Includes routable Garmin Cycle Map with popularity routing
  • Off-course recalculation and back to start
  • Customize with free apps, widgets and data fields from the Connect IQ™ Store
  • Battery life: up to 20 hours with GPS
  • Works with Garmin Charge™ power pack for up to 40 hours of additional battery life

Dynamic Performance Tracking:

  • VO2 max
  • Recovery
  • Training load focus
  • Heat & altitude acclimation
  • Nutrition & hydration alerts based on your metrics for a given route
  • More features with compatible sensors (not necessarily included)

Safety Features:

  • New bike alarm
  • Group messaging & tracking
  • Incident detection
  • Compatibility with Varia™ rearview radar and lights so you can see and be seen

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Very happy - no issues
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by Steve R
Cycling Enthusiast
Cincinnati OH
Review for Garmin Edge 1030
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Normally I wait a while after adopting a new bike computer but I really wanted the bigger screen and longer battery live because I do ultra distance rides and want navigation visible at a glance and no need to add a battery so I took the plunge and haven't had any issues. Its running software version 3.70. Haven't had any glitches with anything - it will run my virb camera, varia lights, my Elite Drivo trainer, all with zero problems, and the touch screen works perfectly even in the rain. It's big so the Garmin mount is really needed for it to fit on a bike and get to the buttons easily. The K-edge XL does also but puts it very close to the bars, so close it makes the lap and stop bottons a little hard to access, not impossible. The screen colors are a bit dull, but it's very readable. Garmin really did a good job with this one, it's a home run in my book. I also have 510 and 820, and had a 500 before that - this one is a very nice improvement over all of those. Pricey but it's worth it to me.

Reviewed 1/26/2018
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lots of upgrades in this unit
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Golden, CO
Review for Garmin Edge 1030
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I replaced my Garmin 520 (which I really liked) since the battery would not stay charged. I also wanted better map capability since the 520 was not adequate. The 1030 battery is light years ahead of the 520. I'm not wild about the appearance of the 1030 since it is so much larger but the payoff is how much easier it is too read. The 1030 also manages my Bontrager ION front light. The 1030 is also giving me a lot more ride data. All in all I would buy this again.

Reviewed 1/31/2019
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Love Love Love this
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by Anonymous
Casual Cyclist
Hillsboro, OR
Review for Garmin Edge 1030

I love that this has so many useful options, large screen, good battery and can sync with my lights. Super helpful.

Reviewed 4/26/2019
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How great it is!
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by J. F.
Michigan
Review for Garmin Edge 820
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I absolutely love my new Garmin 820. The pinpoint accuracy, all the available readings, the ease of setting it up and moving from one bike to the other, the Bluetooth and the map is great... just need to get used to a small map.

Reviewed 1/26/2018
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Easy to operate Garmin
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland
Review for Garmin Edge 820
3 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

While smaller than the 1000 it has all the features you need and easy to operate. The buttons are easy to access, touch screen works well and easy to read.

Reviewed 6/29/2017
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Nice, full featured compact unit
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by Kbogey
Cycling Enthusiast
Surrey, BC
Review for Garmin Edge 820
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I really like this unit so far. It has a nice, compact size that blends nicely with the front of my bike, it picks up gps signals almost instantly and has been very reliable so far.

The mapping works well but don't buy this unit if you're big on mapping because it is simply too small. Go for the Edge 1000 instead.

Reviewed 2/9/2017
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Fabulous features but major design flaw
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by Tony from Philly
Daily Commuter
Philadelphia
Review for Garmin Edge 1030

Lap and startstop buttons are on the rim, not the top like the 1000 so there is not enough space to reach them on a 1000 mount so you need longer mounts for all your bikes AND I suspect no mount will be long enough to give room for winter gloves. Otherwise a great upgrade from the 1000

Reviewed 7/22/2018
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Fabulous features but major design flaw
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by Tony from Philly
Daily Commuter
Philadelphia
Review for Garmin Edge 1030

Lap and startstop buttons are on the rim, not the top like the 1000 so there is not enough space to reach them on a 1000 mount so you need longer mounts for all your bikes AND I suspect no mount will be long enough to give room for winter gloves. Otherwise a great upgrade from the 1000

Reviewed 7/22/2018
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Not up to Garmin Standards
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by Jetdiesel
Competitive Racer
Spokane, WA
Review for Garmin Edge 820
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Transitioned from Garmin Edge 510 to this 820. Hasn't been a smooth transititon. Syncing via BT to iphone is clugey and inconsistnt, syncing with Garmin Connect, much the same. Have twice satarted a ride after pulling 820 off charger, only to have it die 3 minutes into ride. Apparently when synced to BT, it may not power down, or apears to power off then doesnt fully, so continues to run down-even connected to charger! Calling Garmin service support has been a nightmarish experience as well. In the past, customer support has been GREAT, but current hold times are in the hours. They may or may not call you back with experienced support. Thank goodness for google and you tube. Unless the 820 improves, likely my last Garmin device.

Reviewed 7/12/2018
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Great product
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by Don
southern california
Review for Garmin Edge 820
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I love the Edge 820. This has to be the best bike gps on the market. It's calculates everything, gives u a map of ur rides, and when ur friends get 1 u can challenge and have fun with them. I never thought my friends would get one because there so expensive but one did and now we try and beat each other's times when we're not riding together. So, If ur thinkin abt getting one, get it. U won't regret it.

Reviewed 1/5/2017
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A great investment and very easy to use
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by Anonymous
Bend, Oregon
Review for Garmin Edge 820

Very user friendly,easy to download routes and the turn by turn instructions are easy to read and follow

Reviewed 7/13/2018
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Simply the best I have owned
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by LastOstrogoth
Cycling Enthusiast
Bonney Lake WA
Review for Garmin Edge 1030

I have had a Garmin Edge 520 for three years. I liked it a lot and still use it on my gravel bike. However, on longer rides, particularly when I used navigation it was always a race to see which would end first, the battery in the 520 or the ride. That is no longer a problem. I redid a ride last weekend that had left my 520 gasping by the end with barely anything left as I rode into my driveway. The 1030 had more than 70% of the battery left at the end of this. Beyond the battery, though, the screen is wonderful. All of the data fields are easily read. When text messages come in I can actually read them on the screen. Like my 520, it paired with my various ANT devices and my ETap gear combo. I had some minor issues getting to to talk to my iMac, but that was resolved with a direct connection to the computer, rather than through a hub. I can say, sincerely, that I have not had a moment of regret. It really is a superb computer. The navigation screen is really nice, a big improvement, both literally and figuratively over the 520's. Having the option to add a extended battery, though it doesn't seem that I will ever need one, is a nice touch as well.

Reviewed 6/22/2018
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Great bike computer
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by HKS
Cycling Enthusiast
Texas
Review for Garmin Edge 1030

Edge 1030 has a great display, easy to use and setup.

Reviewed 6/7/2018
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Love the big screen, the smarts to figure which sensors are live. Not so happy about the WiFi- Bluetooth battle
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by Wynchmprf
Cycling Enthusiast
Rhode Island
Review for Garmin Edge 1030

OK, Garmins flagship unit lives up to the hype as long as you leave the WiFi off in my experience. (And the forums out there talk about issues with the the WiFi an dBT not playing well together) Sets up like a Garmin (I have owned a few and the menu sense is pretty logical. You can have a bunch of sensors for your different bikes, and the unit figures out which one you are using. Unless, you are using WiFi and maybe stages PM, but.. then the unit will lose connection and not update. Liveterack goes wonky... and wont disconnect - as long as the WiFi is on. Notices from my phone didnt work while WiFi was turned on. Turn wifi off and bingo, all seems well. On BT it uploads like a high speed router (well, cuz the files are small) compared to the LeZyne I had before. Garmin may come out with a firmware fix, but til then, I can live with the BT connection to my phone. The other features are very nice - and work as advertised. 3 stars because they have a useless hardware feature (at this point)

Reviewed 5/29/2018
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Garmin seems to have got it right the first time on this one!
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by Steve
Cycling Enthusiast
Cincinnati Ohio
Review for Garmin Edge 820
7 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

I was apprehensive about getting this due to Garmin's track record of having software bugs that take multiple version upgrades over a year or so to work out, however this one so far seems to be right on arrival. Mine came with version 2.4 which worked fine the first few rides. A new version was available (3.1) and I allowed the upgrade and it still works great. Zero issues. The mapping is nice and the touch screen while perhaps a little more sensitive than the 510 is not an issue for me, and it's actually bigger than the 510 while the body is smaller. Being smaller is possible due to the location of the buttons for startstop and lap being on the bottom edge, not the screen plane bottom like the 510. The location of the buttons with a KEdge mount does make it a little tighter getting to them because there isn't much room between the bar and button to stick your finger in, but you just need to bump the switch lightly so it's not an issue for me. I like the auto dimming screen too. Auto upload is nice. It will be interesting to see what IQ apps are available in the future for this. There are some interesting ones with quite advanced training metrics to use during a ride. Some are free and some you will need to pay for. Right now, very happy camper. I'll update if I have any issues as I get more use with it - right now I've had it a week and have about 200 miles over 6 rides on it so admittedly limited data.

Reviewed 9/1/2016
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Long time Garmin Edge user, completely surprised
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by Cycling Enthusiast
Cycling Enthusiast
Orem, UT
Review for Garmin Edge 1030
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I grew tired and frustrated with my Edge 1000. Had two device replacements to fix connectivity issues, and problems with the device restarting unexpectedly, and corrupting routes persisted through device restores. Why did I buy an Edge 1030? Holding out for the promise of GroupTrack with a couple friends, and family.

Is it worth and upgrade? The 1030 was a great purchase and exceeded my expectations. Ill explain why it was to me.

Yes, the 1030 seems to have had issues with connectivity at launch. That seems to have been resolved given the drop in complaints in online forums. The walk through did not work for me, but did get it setup manually on the first attempt, and has worked well since.

As other reviews have mentioned, the screen is not as colorful as the Edge 1000 with the backlight on, but is easier to see with the backlight on, and the display under sunlight is outstanding. Crisp, colorful, and superior to the screen on the 1000. Great compromise, Garmin

I get 2-3 times the battery life out of the 1030. Id always worry doing a longer ride with the 1000, and took a 705 as a backup. The 1030 should be fine for most riders, including centuries. Could not do that with a 1000. And if you need more, they have a battery for that!

What other reviewers have not mentioned .

The personal fitness screen. What is that? It is a useful summary of personal fitness, FTP, VO2 Max, and stress. Seems to reflect my fitness well, and reminds me to take it easy the next time. Ive found this information helpful and well presented.

Reorganizing data fields is easier. You can select several data fields from one category, and selected fields show up on the category when selecting again. Best of all, you can can drag data fields to reorient on the screen.

The device also has templates to allow larger fields to be placed in the middle or bottom of the screen. Not completely customizable, but better.

The graphical representations of heart-rate, cadence, power, and elevation are very good. You can choose to view max, average, and current values, in to small data fields, along with a bar graph.

Map navigation and recalculations are much faster. Actually able to use them in real-world situations. Routing along heat map routes does work. Im in a challenging geographical area, and it seems to find the best options. Does not route along paved trails as much as expected, though.

The 1030 has a sensor refresh button. I typically forget to turn on the radar, flip my hear rate strap, or the power meter may time out. The refresh button is easy to get to, and does it for all sensors. No need to navigate into each sensor and fiddle with it to get it activated again.

Finally, the Strava live segments are something I want to use! Strava live segments on the 1000 seemed to crash my device. It was slow to refresh, and did not have much information. The new segment screen pops up as before, but automatically selects the most interesting information. KOM? Im not that fast, but it does bring up my PR, as well as my friends above and below me, that I know I can beat. Am I slowing down or speeding up relative to prior efforts? It changes the selection of friends to accommodate! The display shows the total distance on a bar graph, and the relative distance ahead of your friends.

Other Garmin units have these features, but have found them very useful on the 1030

The ability to use Shimano shifter buttons is wonderful. No longer do I need to do a screen tap, tap again, tap again, slide, or press nextprevious with various degrees of success in order to see different screens. The Garmin remote was fine, but was not very configurable. Now I do not need to take my hands off the hoods, and can tap six

Reviewed 5/2/2018
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Big improvement over my Edge 800 it replaced.
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by FBer
Cycling Enthusiast
Visalia, CA
Review for Garmin Edge 820
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I use the Edge 820 on both my Mountain and Road bikes. It replaces an Edge 800 used on my Road bike and an Edge 500 used on my Mountain bike. The screen visibility in both low light and bright light is superior to my other Edge computers. Set-up was easy. I like the way ride data downloads wirelessly to my cell phone ap. Overall, very happy with the purchase. This is my third Garmin bike computer and the best to date. The purchase from WBW was easy and a good value.

Reviewed 2/15/2018
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Great route planning functions when it works, but with frustrating flaw
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by DGonzales
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland OR
Review for Garmin Edge 820
6 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

I use(d) the 820 Edge (and previously a 520) to plan routes on my computer using Ridewithgps and then transferring them to my garmin device. Also to log my rides by transferring data back to my computer. Unfortunately, the Garmin devices have a persistent problem communicating with PCs, which is well documented in online forums. After a while, the PC will not recognize the Garmin when it is plugged in. I returned my 520 twice ($99 each time) for replacement refurbished ones. The 820 is approximately 6 months old and I have already returned it once for a replacement. The support page has a procedure for fixing the problem, but it does not work consistently. I really like the thing when it works, but it is useless to me when it doesn't.

Reviewed 1/13/2018
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Good but not great
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by Anonymous
Little Rock, AR
Review for Garmin Edge 820
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I've had the 820 for about a year now and here are my thoughts.

Things it does well

Connect to a bunch of sensors flawlessly and easily, connect to phone via BT much better than my Garmin 510, group connect works well, navigation works well and workout screens are ok. Connect IQ apps for training peaks is very nice to have.

What I don't like

The touchscreen sensitivity annoys the hell out of me and if the 520 had group connect I would never have bought the 820.

Reviewed 12/6/2017
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Good but not great
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by Anonymous
Little Rock, AR
Review for Garmin Edge 820

I've had the 820 for about a year now and here are my thoughts.

Things it does well

Connect to a bunch of sensors flawlessly and easily, connect to phone via BT much better than my Garmin 510, group connect works well, navigation works well and workout screens are ok. Connect IQ apps for training peaks is very nice to have.

What I don't like

The touchscreen sensitivity annoys the hell out of me and if the 520 had group connect I would never have bought the 820.

Reviewed 12/6/2017
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