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Garmin Edge 800 Trail

Edge® 800 GB Discoverer 1:50k Trail Bundle

Garmin Europe is pleased to announce the Edge 800Trail Bundle.

The Edge 800 Trail bundle includes Garmin GB Discoverer™1:50,000 scale Ordnance Survey mapping for the whole of Britain with contours, elevations, summits, paths, routable roads and more, making it perfect for riding on the trail. Thrash out your ride before you go with our BaseCamp™route-planning software. Compatible with Ordnance Survey mapping and any Garmin map card, you can create routes on your computer for transfer to and from Edge 800 for free.
Make the most of every ride with Edge® 800 — the first touch-screen GPS bike computer. Providing navigation and performance monitoring, Edge 800 is ideal for touring, commuting, competitive cycling and mountain biking. It has a built-in basemap and tracks your distance, speed, location and ascent/descent.

At Your Fingertips
We designed this display to be rugged enough to stand up to the elements, yet sensitive enough to respond to the tap of your gloved hand. Switch training pages or pan and zoom the map with just a tap. The bright, sunlight-readable colour display is easy to view in all lighting conditions. Just don’t let its good looks fool you — Edge 800 is waterproof to IPX7 standards and can withstand hard knocks and scrapes it might endure in mountain biking environments.

The aerodynamic Edge 800 has a carbon fiber look, and attaches to the stem or handlebar of your bike with the low-profile mount. A quarter-turn mount design holds unit securely and lets you easily swap it between bikes using removable, reusable bands.

Know Where To Go
Whether your bike is a means of transportation or escape, having maps at your fingertips makes every journey easier and more fun. Edge 800 comes with a built-in basemap that shows major roads and cities, plus it’s compatible with our microSD™ cards. Select a destination and Edge 800 provides turn-by-turn navigation prompts on screen.

Edge 800 can also guide you along routes recorded by other cyclists. Explore our Garmin Connect™ site and choose from millions of rides uploaded by other users. Any activities you upload to your Edge 800 are stored as courses. You can follow the course with navigation prompts or, for a little competition, race it and try to beat previously set goals. You can also use Garmin’s free BaseCamp™ software or other applications to create a route, view elevation changes and other data, and then upload to Edge.

Edge 800 records your every move with a high-sensitivity GPS receiver that stays locked on, even under tree cover. The receiver features HotFix® satellite prediction to calculate your position faster, plus it has automatic time zone adjustment.

Data, Any Way You Want It
Edge 800 tracks a bunch of data from your ride and lets you customize up to three training pages so you can see as much or as little data as you want. The barometric altimeter provides extra-precise climb and descent data and records temperature changes.

If you’re a performance cyclist, you can pair Edge 800 with a third-party ANT enabled power meter (not included) to display your power output in watts as you ride. This valuable data shows you how hard you're working, regardless of conditions affecting your ride, so you can train smarter.

Training Tools
Need a little motivation to push your performance? See how you measure up to the Virtual Partner® — a digital depiction of your goal speed vs. your speed in real-time. Other training features include detailed workout planning, Auto Pause®, Auto Lap® and Courses, which helps you compare successive rides over the same route.

Analyze Your Ride
You logged the miles, now it’s time to review, replay and share your ride. Just upload your data to Garmin Connect™, our website for free data analysis and sharing. You can upload from your PC or Mac using the included USB cable. At Garmin Connect, you can see the route you travelled on a map, view a summary of your ride, create goals, share it with others and much more.

Features:

  • Foot pod: no
  • Automatic sync (automatically transfers data to your computer): no
  • Garmin Connect™ compatible (online community where you analyze, categorize and share data): yes
  • Garmin Training Center® software compatible: yes
  • Virtual Partner® (train against a digital person): yes
  • Courses (compete against previous activities): yes
  • Auto Pause® (pauses and resumes timer based on speed): yes
  • Auto Lap® (automatically starts a new lap): yes
  • Auto Scroll (cycles through data pages during workout): yes
  • Multi-sport (changes sport mode with a press of a button): no
  • Advanced workouts (create custom, goal-oriented workouts): yes
  • Simple workouts (input time, distance and calorie goals): yes
  • Pace alert (triggers alarm if you vary from preset pace): yes
  • Time/distance alert (triggers alarm when you reach goal): yes
  • Vibration alert: (choose between alert tones and/or vibration alert): no
  • Interval training (set up exercise and rest intervals): yes
  • Heart rate-based calorie computation: yes
  • Customizable screen(s): yes
  • Barometric altimeter: yes
  • Unit-to-unit transfer (shares data wirelessly with similar units): no
  • Power meter compatible (displays power data from compatible 3rd party ANT ™-enabled power meters): yes (records data approx. 1 per second)
  • Temperature (displays and records temperature while you ride): yes
  • Sport watch: no
  • Additional: Operating temperature: -20°C to 60°C

Maps & Memory:

  • Basemap: yes
  • Ability to add maps: yes
  • Accepts data cards: microSD™ card
  • Lap history: 1000 laps
  • Waypoints/favourites/locations: 200
  • Routes: Limited by memory space available

Specifications:

    Physical & Performance:
  • Unit dimensions, WxHxD: 2" x 3.7" x 1" (5.1 x 9.3 x 2.5 cm)
  • Display size, WxH: 1.4" x 2.2" (3.8 x 5.6 cm); 2.6" diag (6.6 cm)
  • Display resolution, WxH: 160 x 240 pixels
  • Touchscreen: yes
  • Weight: 3.5 oz (98.0 g)
  • Battery: rechargeable lithium-ion
  • Battery life: 15 hours, typical
  • Water resistant: yes (IPX7)
  • GPS-enabled: yes
  • High-sensitivity receiver: yes

*Please Note: Micro to Mini SD adaptor needed*

Edge 800 Europe:

  • Package includes: Edge 800
  • AC adapter
  • NOTE: Uk Charger Supplied, adaptors required for other countries
  • bike mount
  • USB cable
  • quick start manual
  • Garmin GB Discoverer 1:50K
  • micro SD/SD card

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Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by OS REVIEW I am reviewing the OS memory card for the garmin edge. Having got the City navigation card for the edge, the OS maps does not do everything the other does. Enter a postcode or St into the device, it does not reconise this information. So if you are searching for the location you are limited on the amount of information that is on the card. As I own other maps, I can't migrate the data to one larger memory card and have road maps and OS maps for when I go off road. Using the Edge to navigate the new forest, I found the screen not quite big enough to read the map on the screen and if you zoom out the screen resolution is too small. I think the device needs to be improved in 3 ways, bigger screen, higher definition and a better database with the map with it being tailored to cycling. If you ask me what is the most important, I would say improve the database in relation to the navigation. I found it difficult to navigate to locations as it does not always have the cycle maps imprinted in a layer below. i don't think i am asking for much considering the cost of the maps. I would actually like to copy the data to a larger memory card and has a wider variety of maps on my edge. I have discovered places that I never knew of letting the edge do the navigation for me, you have to set it to the types of roads you want to travel along, having both a mountain and road bike, there as places I would not want to take the latter. In my own opinion is that the OS software is not fully integrated with the edge and it lacks navigation to places using street names and post codes which is of great use. The device has been helpful in finding towns, but it really depends on how you set up the device. if you live on a main road going the most direct way to A, it might decide to navigate you via B and C roads as you have to tell the device the type of route you desire to travel on. My own view is if you are a road biker you are better off with the navigation performance bundle with the cadence and heart rate monitor. Even when I use it off road it does not automatically direct me along the paths. I think the garmin edge is great, but the OS maps does not fully integrate with it. 03 May 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Garmin Edge 800 Trail Bundle Having been a long term owner of an Edge 305 with Heart Rate and Cadence. I have come to rely on the cycling rich feature set of the 305. Tracking my trips, recording data and making sure I was staying in my heart rate zone. However it was not perfect. There were two main shortcomings<br> a) Calories burnt calculation was exceedingly over optimistic<br> b) Navigation was very poor, just really straight lines between points. It was only really useful for finding your way back to the car park at the end of a ride in unfamiliar territory<br> Anyway, I took the plunge with an Edge 800 around Christmas, and have put about 40 rides on it now so feel I have a good idea of its capabilities. </p> The good bits<br> • Screen is bigger and brighter than the 305 and much more visible<br> • Mount is orders of magnitude better and very secure and quick to use<br> • Many more display options. Very useful, I have screen 1 as my bike computer with all the fields you normally need while on the move, screen 2 Is set for my Gym sessions, with Heart and zone information, screen 3 is summary (Max/ave) data for interest<br> • GPS seems quicker to logon and fewer spikes than 305. Even the tree cover at Swinley doesn’t beat it<br> • The silicon cover and a screen cover protect it very nicely<br> • Ability to add storage and maps is great, I also have ski resort maps and map of Spain all loaded<br> • The mapping is good. Despite the small screen compared to a full navigator, it’s very usable and the navigation software works. The POI and data provided seem good to, handy to find lunch and bike shops<br> • Good in the gym too, my personal trainer uses it to watch how hard he is killing me, the range to the HR monitor strap is >5m even in a gym full of other HR monitor users. Would be great if Garmin did a watch strap mount to wear the Edge rather than putting it on bike<br> • Calorie calculation seems MUCH more accurate and realistic now, approx. 40% less than the old 305. Best seen by taking both out for the same trip<br> • Garmin Connect is a great Service, I’ve been using it since the Motion-Based days. Having a record of all your cycling and routes is good. Being able to preplan a route and get the Edge to navigate is excellent<br> • Charge lasts all day easily<br> • Touchscreen very usable, even in gloves, much better than the old side buttons<br> </p> The not so good bits <br> • Cost (of course) <br> • Screen could be bigger, but then trade-off for weight and more cost. My iPhone screen is double size for only 40% more bulk<br> • Screen can be washed out in very bright light (but still usable) <br> • Have to zoom maps in and out a lot to plan routes manually (linked to size of screen) <br> • Cadence meter and Wheel sensor are one unit. This only works for normal framed bikes, Certain full suspension bikes don’t have the normal chain stays and geometry and so its difficult/impossible to find a place to fit this. Would be handy if separates were an option. Having said that I finally found a great placement on a Marin FS frame (upside down on drive side swing arm) <br> </p> In short the Edge 800 is a great and worthwhile piece of kit. I can’t imagine going out for a ride without it and it was very worthwhile to upgrade from the 305. Definitely make sure you have the OS 1:50,000 maps if a UK rider and you definitely want the heart rate monitor (I have both the deluxe soft and the old hard, both are comfortable and work (prefer the old hard one though!). The cadence sensor is very useful too. 12 September 2011
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