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Garmin Edge 820 Head Unit only for $429 (was $599) + $15 Delivery @ Bike Force Docklands

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GPS Bike Computer for Performance and Racing
•Lightweight and compact with 2.3-inch high-resolution, capacitive touch display that works with gloves and when wet
•GroupTrack¹ feature keeps tabs on everyone in your riding pack
•Advanced performance monitoring includes VO2 max, recovery advisor, Strava live segments, FTP, performance condition and advanced cycling dynamics²
•Built-in incident detection³ included; compatible with cycling awareness accessories such as Varia Vision™, Varia™ smart bike lights and rearview radar

Check out the Garmin Australia site for full specs:
https://buy.garmin.com/en-AU/AU/p/543199/pn/010-01626-20#

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  • I personally don't see the value in these devices. Better to use your phone in a case. Lots of apps that do GPS stuff, heart rate monitoring, e.g. Strava.

    • My iPhone 7 lasted 5 hours and then died. My Garmin lasts over 10 hours.
      Thats why I use a Garmin.
      I also know that you phone doesnt have much of a chance crashing at any sought of speed bt the Garmin is pretty tough.

    • Good luck with the battery life of a phone.

      I don't even find the life of the Garmin GPS units enough, especially whilst on tour.

      To negate this negative, I utilise a dynamo hub.

      I find my gps easier to top up to a full charge than my phone and the gps has the benefit of being visible the whole time.

      The GPS too offers up the impression of being more robust than an expensive smart phone on the handlebars at the mercy of a fall or the rain and elements.

  • +1

    If you're happy to be frustrated with the touch screen, then fine.
    Go the 520/plus with buttons instead, or even a wahoo.

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