Excerpt: The Garmin Edge 510 has an extensive range of features, and it's affordable, durable and easy to use. The touchscreen interface is intuitive, and its ability to pair with a smartphone opens up a world of functionality. Based on this bike computer's function and value, the Garmin Edge 510 is our Top Ten Reviews Gold Award winner.
Pros: The Edge 510 offers excellent functionality, a touchscreen interface and best-in-class battery life. Plus, it is easy to use. It provides everything a serious cyclist would want for a reasonable price.
Cons: The Edge 510 does not support in-ride maps, which could be frustrating if you ride in unfamiliar places and want turn-by-turn navigation.
Excerpt: If you’re on a bike, a regular GPS just won’t cut it: they’re too large, too power hungry, and don’t give you the information you need on two wheels. Enter the Garmin Edge 510m, the navigation guru’s cycling computer that logs your location and shows you the way on its 2.2-inch colour touchscreen. Is it the best of the bunch on test? We asked Olympic champion Jonathan Edwards to take it for a ride - see what he made of it in the clip above.
Excerpt: Il Garmin Edge 510 è un GPS compatto, dedicato agli appassionati di ciclismo e mountain bike e dotato di varie funzionalità. Presenta un corpo robusto e impermeabile, un display touchscreen utilizzabile facilmente anche con i guanti o quando piove e assicura un'autonomia massima di 20 ore.
Pros: Informazioni meteo, Tecnologia bluetooth, Accesso ai social network, Rilevamento in tempo reale