Summary: Pros: very strong GPS. Gets reception where other devices (500, 800) fail. Hardware quality is solid, everything works nicely on the bike. Cons: Garmin Connect iOS app is a freaking joke. Why is a company like Garmin trying to corner their customers into using this non-functioning app is beyond me.
Summary: Mixed feelings on this guy. I also have the 500. Here goes: The 500 is way easier to read in any and all conditions. The 510 isn't awful but clearly inferior to the 500 in that regard. Aside from that though , the 510 is a better unit.
OK, but not for me. Exchanged it for a Garmin 500.
Ferdinand Arcinue, Amazon
8 December 2013
Summary: I was upgrading from a Forerunner watch and was really excited about the 510. After two days, I ended up returning the 510 and getting a Garmin 500. I really wanted to like the 510, especially with the ability to upload via bluetooth which would have been very convenient.
Summary: It collects the data the data I want to keep from training rides. However, I fail to see improvement over edge 500. When I first bought it, navigation was not working due to lack of working firmware. Now, it's fixed I load the ride into 510 before leaving the house. Good: 1.
Nice computer, but display is not as bright as I would like
8 September 2013
Summary: Just a quick note. I bought this through my local bike dealer when I bought a new bike. I bought the Edge 510 bundle with the HR strap and out front mounting bracket. I am also using the Trek Duotrap speed and cadence sensor.
Summary: After switching from 500 to 510 (note that I said *switching*, not *upgrading*) and using the 510 for a couple of months I decided it was time to express how I feel about it in the hopes that maybe someone at Garmin is listening.
Summary: I have been using an Edge 305 for a few years. When the 510 came out, I decided I would spring for the upgrade. I've been using the Edge 510 now for several months and have explored most, if not all, of the featureset. There are some good things about this device, so let me start there.
Summary: This Edge 510 does a good job at it's most basic function. It is more accurate and easier to use than a phone for tracking your rides. Uploading rides via Bluetooth is also quite convenient, though I find that sometimes, randomly, the device will stop uploading rides in the background until I open...
Kaui "I love to walk and run listening to aud..., Amazon
30 April 2013
Summary: i dont' know if I got a lemon or not. i ended up returning this because it would drop my cadence sensor and HRM every single ride I took that exceeded an hour or so. it did not, however, lose it in the gym on the rollers. Garmin didn't have a good fix; just inifinite reboots.