- Garmin Edge 800 Trail Bundle
I get lost easily, i need something/someone to tell me where I am and what way to go preferably with detailed instructions/visuals. Seen as I do a lot of solo riding I cant really rely on somebody telling me which way to go……..is the Garmin 800 Trail bundle all I need to help me get home??Posted 8 years ago
I think I’m getting a garmin this year…probably next month.
I downloaded a few trail maps for the North Downs, and even laminated them at work (slow day) but ended up ignoring them as you need to constantly look at them and check where you are to avoid missing a sudden change in direction.
I’m hoping that I can download different trails that will take me around the North Downs on a nice circular route…either back to my car or back home.
If you can wait about 3 months, I’ll let you know how I get on!Posted 8 years ago
Its my 40th in a couple of weeks and i was ordered to chose a ‘special present’ today or else I wouldnt be getting anything, hadnt even thought about a Garmin but an email offer this morning got me thinking that I want one but no time to research.
Thanks for your help, Garmin 800 it is for my birthday!!Posted 8 years ago
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£399 for cadence, HRM and microSD-Discoverer 1:50 U.K.Posted 8 years agoDaveGrMember
how loud is the beep for turns on the Garmin?
I’ve drilled the mount and it’s still not great – the loudspeaker is muffled by the mount and the handlbar. A bit of wind noise and it’s easy to miss it. I use the beep for training alerts rather than navigation.
You’ll also need to put a screen protector on to avoid scratches – it doesn’t look or feel like a rufty tufty design. I think a Satmap 10 is more robust and better for navigation (larger size) though I don’t know if there’s audible warnings. IMO the Garmin 800 is more a training tool (speed / cadence / heart rate) with GPS maps as an extra.Posted 8 years ago
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