The basic functionality for recording ride data works mostly as ...
3 weeks ago
Summary: The basic functionality for recording ride data works mostly as expected. Everything else is a disaster. Bluetooth is flaky to say the least. Syncing with your phone almost always fails without explanation.
Summary: It's finicky, or buggy or something. I keep checking with "garmin connect" to make sure the software is up to date, but it continues to freeze while "saving" rides. I delete my ride history at least once a week, sometimes more, and it's still the same.
Summary: I bought my GPS 8 months ago. I have been using it about 4 times per week. Last weekend the heart rate stopped registering. I went to a local garmin Shop (Colombia, South America and they try it with a new sensor and strap but the problem continues. I already changed the sensor battery.
Summary: Pros: I really like the features of the product, a) page field program ability, b) wireless upload c)live tracking (b,c require blue tooth enabled smart phone), d) ability to easily change bikes and screens; e) up to 10 fields per page.
Summary: I recently purchased this 510 to upgrade from my 500. I liked the idea of the bluetooth technology and the instant access to upload to the internet. After buying it from REI, I realized the new 510 did NOT include a heart rate strap, and there's an $80 charge for the strap!
Summary: Software is buggy. Menus are not self explanatory and hard to navigate. Some menu items are ride specific and some or device specific and there doesn't seem to be much rhyme or reason to why one or the other. The auto shutdown doesn't always work and I've had the device's battery die.
Summary: I have been using a Garmin Edge 500 for some time with my road bike and tri bike. I really liked the feature set of the 510 and I got it as a gift from my wife. I got it all setup without any difficulty, went for a ride on a beautiful sunny day, and immediately found that I couldn't read the...
Summary: I bought the Garmin Edge 510 to go with my new Trek Domane 5.2 bike. The Trek Domane has a chain stay integrated ANT+ Cadence/speedometer sensor (DuoTrap) which was too well integrated to ignore.
Summary: As far as a GPS goes this one does everything they all do and it does it well. The failure of this product are the "bells and whistles" that influenced me and probably most other buyers. Wireless updates to phone, ride updates from phone to Garmin connect and LiveTrack.
Summary: I bought this to replace an aging 305, and I was sorely disappointed. For one thing, it's big and heavy - much bigger and heavier than I expected. The touch screen has a rubbery, unpredictable feel that sometimes requires a heavy push to register.