Garmin Edge 1030 review

James Spender Friday, September 14, 2018 - 11:02 Vastly improved touch screen and scores of features, but mapping still leaves something to be desired 4.0 / 5 £499.99 There are three types of bike computers. Those that record; those that record and do some other stuff, and those that record, do some other stuff and operate like a satnav. The Garmin Edge 1030 is the latter, Garmin’s most advanced Edge computer to date, and the feature list is vast. Alongside the regular things you’d expect from an Edge unit are onboard ‘Training Status’ analytics from third-party software manufacturer FirstBeat, turn-by-turn mapping, Strava Live Segments and TrainingPeaks support, rider-to-rider messaging, ‘Trendline’ popularity routing and support for every sensor under the sun, with Garmin including Bluetooth Smart connectivity for the first time, alongside Bluetooth and ANT+. The button positions have been moved compared to its predecessor, the Edge 1000, from the bottom-front ...

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