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Garmin Edge 1000
Garmin Edge 1000
Garmin Edge 1000
Garmin Edge 1000

Garmin
Edge 1000

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Garmin is at it again, building on their previous successes to deliver the Edge 1000.

With an updated and larger screen and a new set of features on top of the Edge 810's, the 1000 will help you take your cycling experience to new heights.

The most noticeable upgrade for the Edge 1000 is its 3.0 inch color touch screen. Rugged construction for daily use on the road, it is also optimized for use with gloves and in the rain so the changing of the seasons won't faze it one bit. An ambient light sensor also automatically adjusts the brightness of the screen for current conditions to maximize visibility.

Along with its bigger and better appearance, the Edge 1000 also boasts a number of new programed in features. For the competitor in all of us, the 1000 syncs with Garmin Connect's Segments (similar to Strava), providing real time results, leaderboards, and start/finish alerts right to your head unit. For more laid back rides, the Edge 1000 comes equipped with maps featuring the best cycling routes and points of interest. You can also design routes to best incorporate points of interest, or enter in a desired ride distance and choose from three suggested routes, all right from the device. In this digital world, the Edge 1000 can also display text, email, and call notifications from your cell phone (iPhone 4S or later required).

Truly standing on the shoulders of giants, the Edge 1000 also maintains the functions that made the previous Edge units great such as live tracking, Garmin Connect, GPS location, and metrics like speed, distance, cadence, heart rate, power, accent/descent, and grade (when paired with the appropriate ANT+ compatible sensors).

In the box:

  • Edge 1000
  • Preloaded maps
  • Mounts (standard and out-front)
  • Tether
  • USB cable
  • Manual

Features include:

  • High-sensitivity GPS receiver with HotFix®
  • Color touchscreen and simple user interface: a 3.0" rugged and customizable color touchscreen, quickly find and view the most important data
  • Comprehensive performance monitoring: displays ride data (speed, distance, time, heart rate [strap sold separately], cadence [sensor sold separately], elevation, power [when paired with power meter], location and personal records)
  • Virtual Partner®, Virtual Racer™, interval training, courses, alerts, workouts, personal records
  • Heart rate-based calorie computation
  • Bike friendly routing with points of interest and route suggestions
  • Preloaded maps and the capacity to purchase/add addition maps
  • Garmin Connect Mobile compatible to instantly upload ride data via your smartphone
  • Incoming call/text alerts
  • In-ride challenges using Garmin Segments
  • Barometric altimeter
  • ANT+™ wireless technology – wirelessly connect to heart rate monitor, cadence sensor, or ANT+ enabled power meter
  • Edge remote compatibility
  • Garmin VIRB™ compatibility
  • Shimano Di2 electronic shifting integration
  • Rechargeable lithiun-ion battery with up to 15 hour battery life
  • Water resistant to IPX7 (one meter of water for 30 mins)
  • Unit dimensions: 4.4” x 2.3” x 0.8” (11.2 cm x 5.8 cm x 2.0 cm)
  • Weight: 4.0 oz (114.5 g)
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Just about does it all
by DonWA
Cycling Enthusiast
Palatine, IL
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

I was happily using a Magellan Cyclo 315 but Magellan stopped supporting it. The Magellan is not compatible with Windows 10 which all computers except Macs use. To keep this from ever happening again I switched to Garmin. I have a Garmin Nuvi that is at least 6 years old and it is still supported by Garmin. I chose the Edge 1000 for several reasons. First is the size. With my 61 year old eyes I have no trouble seeing the screen on this. And it has tons of features and data. More than I actually use. However I lead a lot of club rides and with this I no longer use cue sheets. I simply download my routes into the Edge and follow it. When I approach my turn, on the bottom of the screen it will count down the distance in feet and time. It does not give an audible alert like the Magellan but that's nitpicking. The only reason I knocked off a star is the mount which is held on by rubber bands. For an item this expensive I expected a much more secure mount. To keep from losing it I spent the extra money and bought a K-Edge mount for it. I also purchased a quick release lanyard for it in case the bike ever falls over or is in a crash the Edge will still be attached to the bike. I highly recommend both extra purchases. When buying equipment this expensive you want to make sure it doesn't fall off the bike and get run over by a passing car.

Reviewed 7/16/2017
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Seamless integration with your devices and a plethora of information at your fingertips!!!!
by McSpiffy
Cycling Enthusiast
Chicagoland
11 of 11 customers found this review helpful.

I must admit . . . I'm a technology junkie, if you told me that this device was able to provide my horoscope (I'm a Capricorn, by the way, I enjoy fresh-baked bread and long, peaceful walks on the beach) and launch missiles against the former Soviet Union, I'd buy it in a heartbeat! Um, ok . . . I actually did purchase this without knowing those features.

Here's why this device is great - coming from the Garmin 510, the Garmin 1000 is like comparing a Kyocera 7135 smart phone (httpwww.pcmag.comarticle20,2817,719997,00.asp) to an Apple iPhone 5! The ability to quickly access pertinent features (turning GPS onoff is a breeze, for instance with the 1000. When the main screen launches, simply swipe down and there are multiple menus provided, one being to adjustturn off the GPS . . . no need to have it on when using the Kreitler rollers of Kinetic Rock n Roll). Data is automatically uploaded via wifi instead of needing to connecting the Garmin to the computer and upload results. The screen is clear, bright and vibrant. Using the the Garmin remote pushes the greatness even further . . . no more moving the hands from the bars to the computer to scroll through screens (spoiler alert, the remote works on the 510810 as well). I also purchased the Shimano Di2 D-Fly that communicates to the head unit what gear I'm currently in and what the Di2 battery level is . . . this thing is amazing!!!!

I haven't found any faults (yet) with my Garmin 1000. I'm glad I made the purchase and don't regret upgrading from the Garmin 510.

Reviewed 2/16/2015
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Came from a Garmin 510 and couldn't be happier
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Going from a 510 (a good little device in its own right) to a 1000 is like graduating from a gas station cigarette lighter to a Zippo. The auto-brightness adjust feature is a marvel, the maps work just OK - still not as seamless and user-friendly as a car's GPS, let's say - but the very fact that I even have them make them an automatic upgrade over the 510. Now I no longer have anxiety about riding unknown roads or trying new routes. Battery life does seem on the low side - the device is a bit of a battery hog. Otherwise, would still make the upgrade 10 times out of 10.

Reviewed 8/3/2017
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Great screen, easy to read, easy to set up, totally satisfied with the data.
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Vancouver Island, British Columbia

Use the Edge 1000 for road biking. Gives route details which were above my expectations. the new Garmin 1030 is supposed to be more accurate. The screen size is the difference.

Reviewed 2/5/2018
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Ease of setup and installation with all the pertinent info that I could want.
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Sedro-Woolley, Wa

Will use this product to monitor my training rides for area sportifs such as the STP, RSCP

Reviewed 7/21/2017
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Works great after initial setup and updates.
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast

Gravel grinding peace of mind. Works even when no cell phone reception. Thought iPhone was sufficient until 1st unknown ride, then no cell reception and was lost for next 60 miles. Love the large screen and the thing is way tougher than I would have thought.

Reviewed 6/4/2017
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One great GPS
by Mork
Cycling Enthusiast
Tucson

Been using the Garmin 1000 for a year now, this one I bought is for my wife's bike. Larger screen makes it easier to see. The screens are also programmable. You can add or reduce the amount of data that is on screen to meet your needs. I have never used the wifi that it comes with. I have no need for that function. I just plug it into my computer after my daily ride to down load my day's travels and to charge it back up. The battery will last a good long time, about I have had it on from 4 in the morning and will not get the low battery alarm till about 1PM, and it will still last a good long time before going dead.

Reviewed 1/8/2018
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Good product, if a little pricy
by DXMartin
Cycling Enthusiast
Cupertino, CA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

The Garmin Edge 1000 has all the features I need, and a large visible display screen so that you can see multiple fields clearly. my favorite setup has 9 on the main screen and 3 on screen 2. Garmin finally went to a standard USB micro connection for charging, no longer the Garmin proprietary plug in. The battery life is good. On a 6 hour ride it went down to 50%, so I guess it might run 10-12 hours OK. So double century riders will need a backup charger. It connects to your home wi-fi so you don't have to physically plug it in to your PC to download your ride to Garmin Connect and Strava. But it downloads the ride as soon as you end it and get within range of your wi-fi. Garmin claims you can add a 64 Gbyte micro SD card for maps, rides, etc. Wrong! The 1000 will only use a card formatted FAT32, which has a max size of 32 gbytes. Tech support was clueless on this.

Reviewed 12/8/2017
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Garmin Edge 1000
by Mikepers66
Connecticut

I went to the Edge 1000 from 800 mostly for its larger screen. I really enjoy most of the same screen displays as I previously had but also like the ride features in which you can switch to select indoor, race , training etc and can't wait to get out on the road to see the live segments on Strava to when a segment begins and ends. I couldn't do that with my 800. Although I have just been using this on the trainer since I bought it I know from others that I ride with tell me it does a lot more .

Reviewed 2/10/2017
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Best bike GPS owned
by Sc540i
SF Bay Area
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

The 1000 was to replace the loved 800. As a start, the 1000 is more reliable in connecting with all sensors. Display resolution is much better and touch display is more touch sensitive. Battery life is longer. All new connectivity features are a dream ie Auto upload to Strava and garmin via wifi, received SMS, ... GPS has been improved.

Reviewed 2/3/2017
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Great product!
by Anonymous
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Great product. Tons of information, probably more then I'll ever use. I don't have a power meter so don't use that part of it. Records all the data you could ever want. Mine has worked well with Bluetooth. Picks up every missed call while riding. Great ability to customize screens. Sometimes too many screens, find myself looking at unit more then watching road. Great maps, nothing better. Love the size. Fits perfect on my 130mm stem. Only issue I've had is with sweat landing on screen and changing it. Have avoided issue with locking screen, although that negates ability to scroll through info. All in all couldn't be happier. Not sure what else I would recommend other then the Garmin 1000.

Reviewed 1/16/2017
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Great upgrade
by Alan
Cycling Enthusiast
Montana

I upgraded from the 810 to 1000. I like the ease of connectivity to phone, wifi, setting up additional apps. I have not tested the beacon app yet. Although slimmer the 1000 has a slightly larger body and screen. I had to learn where the IQ apps are located on the 1000 once downloaded. It wasn't where I expected. It seemed the IQ button on the main screen would show them. Instead you have to swipe down on the screen and then swipe to the side..... Inconvenient.

This does not fit on the Bontrager Blendr low mount. 810 does. I have not been able to find a store with the hi mount in stock, so, I am limited to using the old style on the flat handlebars of the Trek Madone.... Which is slightly inconvenient.

Reviewed 1/10/2017
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Super clear display, fast startup and tons of features
by Anonymous
Casual Cyclist
Mill Valley, Ca

Recreation cyclist who really appreciates a long lasting battery and full featured unit. It just works!

Reviewed 11/3/2017
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text, email, and call notifications feature no longer works
by Dedhammer
Cycling Enthusiast
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

One of the promoted features of the Garmin Edge 1000 is In this digital world, the Edge 1000 can also display text, email, and call notifications from your cell phone (iPhone 4S or later required). Please note that this feature no longer works on the Edge 1000 when paired to an iPhone. Garmin support blames Apple software updates, Garmin says they are working on the issue for the past month, but as of June 22 they can not give a definite time as to when the feature will be restored.

Reviewed 6/24/2016
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Great GPS at a great Price
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
California

It's a great GPS. I think Garmin has worked out most of the bugs on this model. I have been using it for over a month without having one single problem. The Bluetooth connection to my iphone didn't work a few times, but I can just force the Garmin to reconnect to my phone after the ride to upload the data onto Garmin Connect and Strava. Overall, I like the bigger screen and also the third party widgets that I can download from Garmin Connect. Pretty neat product.

Reviewed 8/28/2017
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Easy to see and very versatile.
by Dan64
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Got this for a trip in Europe. Loaded routes, and it was very easy to follow. Only downside was that I needed to buy the Europe map. Great to have the Russian GPS system as well. Great service at Western!

Reviewed 6/9/2016
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A big step up from my 500
by SCLH Bill
Cycling Enthusiast
Lincoln, CA and Tahoe

Like the upgrades from my Edge 500. Many more options. Like that you can be traced while on a ride.

Reviewed 7/14/2017
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Great device, works great with power meters and strava
by dpppt
Competitive Racer
Lebanon, PA

Great device for training, organized rides that allow you to down load the routes, or if you get lost. Works great with power meters and strava

Reviewed 5/25/2017
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Nice improvements over previous generation Garmins
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I haven't tried using this unit connected to my phone, but the stand-alone functionality works much nicer than the 805 I was using previously. The boot up time, menu operations, touch screen performance, display, and GPS performance were all noticeably improved. It was well worth the upgrade.

Reviewed 9/17/2015
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much clearer display.
by creacom
Cycling Enthusiast
8 of 8 customers found this review helpful.

The actual display area does not seem that much larger than the 810, but the image is much clearer and easier to read. It also seems faster than the 810 for starting and for finding and holding satellites.

Reviewed 8/1/2015
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