Garmin’s Edge 810 can do pretty much everything, short of pedal your bike for you. Sure, this water-resistant wonder has great metrics like speed, distance, ride time, ANT+ compatibility with power meters and heart rate straps, as well as the best mapping and routing on a bike computer. But, what really sets this unit apart can be summed up in two words: real time. It syncs with your smartphone via Bluetooth to enable live tracking, so you can share your ride data with friends, loved ones, or teammates as you ride. Let all your friends on social media know just how hard you're crushing it. This wireless connection also works the other way: create a course online or view your past workouts and — with the Garmin Connect app — you can easily send them to your 810 for use during a ride, or against a virtual partner to race against your previous efforts. You can also download new courses onto your 810, and receive turn-by-turn navigation as you ride. It even has real-time weather updates. Plus, with its optional, highly-detailed street and topographical maps, the Edge 810 is perfect for touring, commuting, or any other activity where onboard maps and navigation are required.
Simply put, Garmin’s 920XT is like having a personal coach next to you for every workout you log. All the training tools this coach possesses fit into a sleek, lightweight sport watch that can be worn all day. Just push a button on the 920 to change the mode from swimming or cycling to running. Pull on your cap and goggles, and most importantly, grab your Garmin. It tells you when to push off the wall, and should you lose track of how many laps you've completed, it lets you know that your set is over. There are even alerts for calories, pace, and stroke rate. With the 920 on your wrist, you’ll quickly boost your swimming strength and efficiency. On the bike, this Garmin is compatible with sensors such as speed, cadence, and heart rate to provide advanced training information for your cycling workouts. Pair it with a power meter and you’ll have power metrics to dial in your efforts, an estimate of your VO2 max so you can see improvements in your fitness, and a comparison of yourself against other athletes in your age group for a little extra motivation. And while running, with its Virtual Partner, Virtual Racer, Auto Lap, auto pause, time/distance alerts, and interval training mode, you’re bound to have a focused run workout. Wear it with the included Garmin HRM-Run monitor and you’ll also be able to zero in on your running technique, view your estimated VO2 max, and look at race time predictions. You know that transitions in racing are important, but it is also crucial that you move seamlessly between training and your daily life. That’s why Garmin includes smart notifications that let you see your emails, texts, and other alerts when the 920 is paired with a smartphone. It automatically uploads to Garmin Connect so you can quickly see your stats and invite others to track your accomplishments live. Plus, it gives you a complete picture of your day by measuring your steps, sleep, and calories burned. Train smart so you can race hard!
Tell the world what you accomplished with Garmin's Edge 510. Sure, this water-resistant wonder has great metrics like speed, distance, ride time, and optional power with a third party power meter, but what really sets it apart can be summed up in two words: real time. It syncs with your smartphone via Bluetooth to enable live tracking, so you can share your ride data with friends, loved ones, or teammates as you ride. Let all your friends on social media know just how hard you're crushing it. This wireless connection also works the other way: create a course online or view your past workouts and—with the Garmin Connect app — you can easily send them to your 510 to use during a ride, or against a virtual partner to race against your previous efforts. You can even get real-time weather updates in the middle of your ride. But perhaps the best part is the compatibility with both GPS and GLONASS satellites for faster acquisition and improved signal lock, meaning even under tree cover or in canyons, you'll still get great signal strength.
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