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Garmin Edge 705

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TopTenREVIEWS
3 December 2014
  • Summary: The Garmin Edge 705 might be a niche product designed for a specific crowd, but its small design and ample feature set make it a solid GPS choice for just about anyone.
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Garmin Edge 705 GPS Enabled Cycling Computer Review

GPS Technology Reviews
26 August 2010

Garmin Edge 605 and 705 Cycling Computers

Sprenzy
10 November 2008
  • Excerpt: I’ve been using the Garmin Edge 305 for over a year and I love it. There were only a few features (navigation and power output) that I wish my Edge 305 had. It looks like Garmin granted my wishes with the Edge 705.
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GPS Lodge
2 July 2008
  • Summary: The Edge 605 and to a bigger extent the Edge 705 really are a biker's dream, giving any techie biker plenty of data to play with, performing well in my outings. It was easy to get to know the Edge 705. I realized that after a couple of rides, the Edge 705 became a trusted device that was just expected to perform; I was able to reset the data before the ride, start the timer and take off, without a second thought.
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Garmin Edge 705

GearReview.com
29 June 2008
  • Excerpt: I remember when the cycling computers--the digital, electronic kind--first appeared on the scene. My first computer, over 20 years ago, was the original CatEye Solar. I remember it having speed, average speed, time, distance and an odometer. It was also the size of a brick, and weighed about the same, but boy was it cool. Now, in a smaller package with a bigger screen, Garmin has their newest marvel, the Edge 705. What a difference a few decades make!
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Garmin Edge 705 review

GPS Tracklog
29 April 2008
  • Excerpt: The Garmin Edge 705 is a relatively high-end cycling GPS, updating previous Edge units with mapping capabilities, a color screen, wireless data transfer and power monitoring.
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Expert Review

MNC
9 June 2010
  • Summary: Garmin recently unveiled two new additions to its Edge family of handlebar-friendly GPS devices: the Edge 605 and the Edge 705. It's still in pre-production, but GPSmagazine already got its hands on a Garmin Edge 705 and has the first hands-on preview walkthrough available. Trainer, Navigator, GPS-enabled cycle computer: Garmin's Edge 705 has high ambitions, and promises to deliver heart rate, cadence, turn-by-turn directions, power data, and more.
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MNC
9 June 2010
  • Summary: Garmin recently unveiled two new additions to its Edge family of handlebar-friendly GPS devices: the Edge 605 and the Edge 705. It's still in pre-production, but GPSmagazine already got its hands on a Garmin Edge 705 and has the first hands-on preview walkthrough available. Trainer, Navigator, GPS-enabled cycle computer: Garmin's Edge 705 has high ambitions, and promises to deliver heart rate, cadence, turn-by-turn directions, power data, and more.
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AVHub
8 January 2009
  • Excerpt: The mapping software works in a similar fashion to an in-car GPS system, but things are a bit tricky to read on such a small screen, especially when you’re on the move. The flat screen also reflects a lot of glare, but upping the backlighting and using the angled mounting bracket helps. Starting the timer sets everything in motion, and the ’705 begins doing its stuff.
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Garmin Edge 705 GPS Review

Crowdedbrain
31 December 2008
  • Excerpt: The Garmin Edge 705 is a GPS navigation product primarily designed for road bikes, though it is still suitable for Pedestrians or Cars thanks to its compatibility with City Navigator Maps. Our main purpose for getting in the Edge was to use it for Mountain Biking and we got hold of some Topography Maps in the process to see how the two combined when on the trail.
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