Excellent Training Companion - Latest update adds much more functionality.
L. Ha, Amazon
5 March 2015
Summary: It's important to base your buying decision on the latest reviews as Garmin recently came out with a huge update for the current Edge models in December 2014. The Edge 510 has now inherited quite a few features from its higher-end brethren making it an excellent training companion.
After considering a bluetooth cadence and hear rate sensor to ...
Tyler Gunn, Amazon
8 January 2015
Summary: After considering a bluetooth cadence and hear rate sensor to pair with my phone, I decided to go with a dedicated unit. I ran into a few small glitches with installation and setup, however: 1.
... but once you've got everything in place this works great. One small issue I have is on cloudy ...
19 December 2014
Summary: Takes a little bit of work to get set up but once you've got everything in place this works great. One small issue I have is on cloudy days your routing gets a little strange (especially NYC) and strava may miss a segment. This can be corrected with online tools.
easy to upload and view the data via Garmin Connect
4 December 2014
Summary: Accurate, easy to upload and view the data via Garmin Connect! Love the Live tracking, work well most of the time. Battery life could have been better! If you're riding more than 10 hours, then you can expect it to die after 6-7 hours.
Summary: I've been using the Edge 510 with my Power2Max power meter for about 2 months now and every thing is working out great. I'll be very interested to see how things go when I'm able to get out on the road.
Summary: Outstanding piece of equipment and was very easy to install and sync. Easy to set up due to the touch screen and the blue tooth is a plus to upload your completed activity. The only draw back to this unit is that it is a little tough to see screen on sunny day (deduct one star).