Summary: I like this computer very much. I use it with the speed/cadence sensor, and a heart rate monitor. All these things work great. The battery lasts for many hours and I have never had it die on me on a ride. The screen is readable, even in direct sunlight. The big issue I have with it is that if I set it to auto-pause when I am stopped, it will pause on and off while I climb steep hills.
Summary: I've used a Garmin Forerunner 320 until recently, and moved to the Edge for improved battery life. I like the auto pause feature. There is a lot you can do with the Edge that I haven't even tried yet!
Summary: The computer does what it needs to do. It records all the data you could possibly need, and much that many of us don't. Issues I've encountered: I wouldn't trust the heart rate monitor that was included to properly monitor the heart rate of a corpse. The new premium straps are a much needed improvement in comfort from the old hard plastic ones, but that doesn't matter if it doesn't work. It has ceased to work with any reliability with any head unit.
Summary: Previously I was using the app map my ride for tracking both my rides and average speed. Problem with that is that it drains your phone battery. Besides that, my phone is a Samsung Note 2, and now that I have started wearing riding cargo shorts. I have no place to put my phone. Yesterday was the first ride I did with it. The only reason you are seeing 4 stars is because I have bad eyes, and I was having a hard time reading the print on the sides of the buttons.
Summary: Just the fact that it can be recharged is a major boon and an escape from wireless units with impossible-to-change batteries. Once you master it, the menus are very easy and with many options to display the stuff you want. The download feature to the Garmin site works very well, although at times I find the site a little hard to navigate (specifically to edit my rides).
Summary: Good battery life, easy to download data. Garmin's online stuff is fun and easy to use. The computer works well - the only problem I had was the cable that came with the device was 'busted' but Garmin sent me a replacement and it got here within a couple days. Not the easiest display to read in the sun but so far everything has worked just fine. And for the price you can't go wrong.
Summary: Bought this for my wife,I have been using one for 4 years. Bigger screen than other units by Garmin and others. Charging is junk and I have been through 2 so far. I use the included cord and plug it into my IPad charging unit now. This new unit locks on to satellites much faster than the old one.
Summary: This is a great devise to track your cycling performance. I really like the flexibility to select different criteria such as MPH, time, hear rate, etc. The only downside is that it's such a small dash board that it's difficult to see the different numbers while riding.
Summary: Isn't the sexiest, isn't the prettiest. Does what I need. And does it well. A little fiddly setting the screens at first but once you figure out what you want displayed it works well. Sometimes takes awhile to acquire signal and can be a little off in the altitude readings. But overall I'm happy.