Works great in all aspects except a bit wonky when trying ...
W. Gipson, Amazon
13 March 2015
Summary: Works great in all aspects except a bit wonky when trying to follow a pre-programed route. Re-routing is slow and frequently provides an inefficient (altho eventually correct) solution if I get off track. Talks well with the Garmin Connect and then to Training Peaks. Nice size, good battery life.
Summary: This gps bike computer is pretty bad ass. I was able to find cycling routes on riding with gps, map my ride and even strava and download the files and import it into my garmin. If you're into travel cycling it is an indispensable tool. The other features are great too.
Summary: Much better than the Garmin rubber band computer mount. It installed quickly, although a hinge and one screw might have been an easier install. I would also appreciate a set screw to lock the computer in place to prevent the easy walk-off theft.
Summary: it takes awhile getting used to. However, i'm liking it. Works well and it seems very accurate. The calorie counter appears to count differently depending upon if you use a Heart monitor or not.
Summary: The Edge 800 provides all the functionality that I've been looking for in a cycling computer. I upgraded from the 310XT to the 800 due to the larger display and it eliminated the need for me to wear glasses. Nothing like vanity as a motivator ;).
Summary: Great product. Wouldn't ride without it now that I have had it. Far better method of securing the Garmin than the mount supplied. I had to use a piece of inner tube underneath the mount on the handlebar, and think the product should have been supplied with this material.
Summary: I just got back from 2 weeks cycling through Denmark and Sweden. Used the Garmin Edge 800 with the latest Europe City Navigator maps loaded to a 16gig SD card. It worked pretty well as I never got lost.