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Garmin Edge 530
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Garmin Edge 530
Garmin Edge 530
Garmin Edge 530
Garmin Edge 530
Garmin Edge 530
Garmin Edge 530
Garmin Edge 530
Garmin Edge 530
Garmin Edge 530
Garmin Edge 530
Garmin Edge 530

Garmin
Edge 530

Mfg PartNum:010-02060-00
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Who cares that the Edge 530 cycling computer offers dynamic performance monitoring and insights to help you improve? You do. So, whether you're a podium finisher, Kona qualifier, gravel grinder, straight-shaven, urban pedaler, dirt ball or somewhere in between, Edge 530 is ready to roll as your new riding partner. Dynamic performance monitoring provides insights on your VO2 max, recovery, training load focus, heat and altitude acclimation, nutrition, hydration and more when paired with compatible sensors. Includes routable Garmin Cycle Map with popularity routing which lets you ride like a local with features to get you back on course with route recalculations as well as back to the start.

MTB dynamics track jump count, jump distance and hang time as well as Grit, a measure of the ride's difficulty, and Flow, which tracks the smoothness of your descent so you have a score to beat next time.



Features & Specs:

  • New ClimbPro feature allows the unit to analyze route terrain data and highlight climbs to show, distance, gradient and ascent of the climb.
  • Structured workouts based on user data updated with clean, easy to read layouts.
  • Included full Bluetooth smart sensor support for compatibility with any ANT+ or Bluetooth sensor just like with the 1030
  • Performance power curve (mean maximal graph) which plots power output over time with compatible power measurement equipment.
  • New processor making unit twice as fast as previous model
  • Includes routable Garmin Cycle Map with popularity routing
  • Off-course recalculation and back to start
  • Customize with free apps, widgets and data fields from the Connect IQ Store
  • Battery life: up to 20 hours with GPS
  • Works with Garmin Charge power pack for up to 40 hours of additional battery life

Performance Tracking:

  • Dynamic performance tracking
  • VO2 max
  • Recovery
  • Training load focus
  • heat & altitude acclimation
  • Nutrition
  • Hydration
  • More features with compatible sensors (not necessarily included)

Safety Features:

  • New bike alarm
  • Group messaging & tracking
  • Incident detection
  • Compatibility with Varia rearview radar and lights so you can see and be seen

B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

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Mfg PartNum: 010-02060-00 

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Much better than 520
by Otoman
Competitive Racer
Nashville, TN

Great upgrade over 520 while retaining a lot of the familiar button sequences you are already used to. Big time improvement in battery life. YUUUUGGGEE battery. It's very bigly. Biggest battery ever I'm told. Color display is crisp, size is right, not too big, not too small.

Reviewed 2/1/2021
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All you need in one compact unit.
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
NE Ohio
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I upgraded to the 530 because I appreciated it's functionality over my older 520. Lots of training dynamics data, maps galore should you want to consult them, and an easy-to-read screen. I prefer a smaller display than the 1030 range, more compact in cockpit and lighter. Good visual interface with Garmin Varia radar. Only drawback is that the battery may require more frequent recharging, depending how many features you activate.

Reviewed 6/5/2020
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Lots of features at a fairly reasonable price.
by OldBikerRunner
Cycling Enthusiast
Wisconsin
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

As winter falls upon Wisconsin, I have been training (biking & running) indoors more often. The profiles allow me to set certain data fields for indoor biking vs ones I want for the open road. I used to use my Garmin watch for the bike, but having a head unit is a great improvement. Being cheap I utilize Garmin Segments, creating ones to mimic Strava segments, which then allows me to race against them. This feature alone makes the purchase worth it for me. I had been trying to take the crown on particular segment all summer and with the real time feedback, I smashed it by 20 seconds. We don't have many "climbs" in Wisconsin, but I could see how that new feature would be very useful after using it just two times. I had a couple issues with losing connection to my Garmin Vector pedals, but since the latest update, that has improved. Connects well with other sensors: heart rate strap, speed/cadence sensors on my other bikes. Nice to have decent mapping as well. I find the menu arrangements slightly different than other Garmin products. I also sometimes wish I had spent more for the touch screen model.

Reviewed 12/12/2020
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Solid, compact, do-it all bike computer
by HalloweenEagleBike
Cycling Enthusiast
Swedesboro, NJ
3 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

The Edge 530 has been a great addition to my cycling. With the integration w Garmin Connect, its very easy to create training workouts, custom routes, and also more detailed performance stats from each of my rides. I've used it for both road, gravel, and mountain biking and its well suited for each discipline. The battery life is solid. I've only done 1 longer (5 hours) ride with it, but had no concerns of it dying somewhere along the way. Normally, I use it for several 60-90 minute rides a week and typically only charge it once every other week. It integrates seamlessly with all of my sensors (garmin speed and cadence), heart rate strap (garmin chest strap), and lights (garmin varia headlight, garmin varia radar). It has changed my cycling experience. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is that periodically there are some small annoyances like auto downloads restarting your ride, but these are few and far between.

Reviewed 4/3/2020
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Perfect Display
by JC
Competitive Racer
Ocala, Fl

I had an old version for several years and the 530 is far superior is like day and night difference.

Display can be set up in many different ways, I don't have to wait for satellites to be found and at night the screen adjust itself too a cozy background.

I haven't fully discover all about it but so far I'm loving it, thanks Garmin.

Reviewed 1/22/2021
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Tons of functions, hard to access
by Wattaride
Washington

Data geeks delight - unit tracks tons of data and metrics. The buttons on the side are small and difficult to press during a ride. Loading a route takes several steps and syncing to RWGPS or Strava routes is much more cumbersome than with the Wahoo Elemnt Bolt I had before.

Reviewed 1/18/2021
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Easy to move from bike to bike.
by RedBud Rider
Cycling Enthusiast
Wichita, KS

I have a road profile for my road bike and another profile for my gravel bike. The unit came with two mounts and I have one on my road bike and one on my gravel bike.

The road profile includes average speed in addition to distance, time, and speed. The gravel profile adds temperature and time of day to the parameters. My only concern is that with my sunglasses prescription I don't have a reading lens and I have to limit the number of parameters displayed so they are large enough to read. Not a complaint since there is flexibility in the number of parameters and size of the boxes for the information displayed.

All in all, very pleased with the product. Now that I am wearing winter gloves, I can say that the buttons are really easy to use!

Reviewed 11/20/2020
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First GPS
by Papalee
Cycling Enthusiast
Newberg, OR

Had it for about a month. Love how easy it works.

Reviewed 2/1/2021
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Works as well as I expected
by VTGuy89
Cycling Enthusiast
Alpharetta, GA
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

My Garmin Edge 530 was easy to set up, sync with Garmin connect which syncs with MapMyRide. It is easy to read under clouds or direct sunlight. The battery lasts a long time--should be no problem for a 100 mile ride. I can see text messages coming in through phone pairing. Interesting to see the grade % on those tough climbs--although it does lag by a few yards. There are certainly more features than I have used so far. Mount is solid as well.

Reviewed 10/27/2020
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Sleep design
by Pete
Kent
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Been a fan of the Garmin's 500 series for quite sometime. I bought the Garmin Edge 530 to replace my aging 500. The screen is bigger and brighter than its predecessor. The new features such as turn by turn map, live strava segment, and MTB tracking (air time, ft) if you're into that sort of things.

One thing is taken out and i wish Garmin leaves it, the bike profile which tracks each bike odometer (up to 3 bikes). On 530 you can set your bike profile as eitber road or mtb.

Reviewed 10/18/2020
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Works as expected. No issues thus far.
by Jjl
Greenville, SC

Been using a Garmin smart activity watch for years. The cyclometer offers so much more. Very convenient to add road maps and now trailforks. The button interface can be a bit of a learning curve if not use to Garmin interface. Linking phone was easy and seems to be very reliable.

Reviewed 1/7/2021
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Sleep design
by Pete
Kent

Been a fan of the Garmin's 500 series for quite sometime. I bought the Garmin Edge 530 to replace my aging 500. The screen is bigger and brighter than its predecessor. The new features such as turn by turn map, live strava segment, and MTB tracking (air time, ft) if you're into that sort of things.

One thing is taken out and i wish Garmin leaves it, the bike profile which tracks each bike odometer (up to 3 bikes). On 530 you can set your bike profile as eitber road or mtb.

Reviewed 10/16/2020
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This unit has a longer lasting battery that my 520 edge plus. That is what I wanted.
by Mark
Cycling Enthusiast
Orange County, CA.

I am using this 530 edge on my training rides using the power meter and the lap controls to see my specific results.

Reviewed 1/15/2021
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Not sure what too think
by John
Elk Grove Village
4 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

I bought this Garmin 530 thinking i was going too have routes created so not to get bored riding the same routes doesnt work too great twice I got lost with this. What did wirk great was the emergency contact sos it sends your exact location out too whoever your emergency contacts are that was pin point location of where I needed to get picked up. I do like the drunk and eat alert vert nice feature as well.

The 530 is nice provides alot if cycling stats depending on what you really want info on.

I do like it though its a little quarks though.

Test it out in short distance and experience it for yourself

Also when directions say cycleway that means sidewalk or bike trail that can be very confusing and annoying.

Experiment with it set up you ER accounts and good luck

Safe riding

Reviewed 4/3/2020
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love everything about it
by gcarter
Cycling Enthusiast
Charlotte, NC

screen is perfect size for my garbage eyes without feeling like i have an ipad on my bars. easy to use. great data.

Reviewed 10/5/2020
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Great cycling computer
by Tom
Cycling Enthusiast
Saco, Me.
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I had a Garmin Edge 520 for a couple of years with no issues. Although I was very happy with the 520, I decided to upgrade the the Garmin Edge 530. I really like the functionality and accuracy of this product. The stats and functions of the 530 are very impressive with a larger screen. Excellent quality product!

Reviewed 9/22/2020
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Great without worry about touch screen failing
by Lalo_Cyclo
Competitive Racer
Monterrey Mexico

Simply Awesome performance and data compilation

Reviewed 8/6/2020
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A worthy upgrade from an Edge 500
by Tom J
Cycling Enthusiast
San Jose, CA
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

I've had a edge 500 for a long time, and it was finally falling apart. I was hesitant going forward because the 500 worked so well, and I was concerned that a non LCD screen would wash out in bright sunlight while I was wearing my polarized riding glasses. But the 500 case finally started to disintegrate (literally, I could see the circuit board inside), so it was time.

The details

1. Unit finds the satellites much faster and can hold them when under tree cover better than the 500.

2. Wireless syncing works great. I don't even have to wake the unit up, just throw it on the shelf in the garage with my other riding gear after a ride and it automatically syncs. Now if it could only automatically charge too......

3. The screen is quite readable in bright sunlight, even with the sunglasses.

4. Metrics like 'grade' seem much more stable (the 500 wouldn't do well on very steep grades...15%....probably because I was not moving fast enough).

5. The new metrics, like 'load' and 'grit' and level of aerobic and anaerobic effort are kinda fun. Not sure if they are accurate, but they seem fairly stable (ie, rides of similar effort give similar numbers). Are they needed....no.... but it's fun. There is a 'flow' metric that seems useless to me so far but maybe that will change over time.

So far I have found nothing that is significantly worse on the 530 relative to the 500. It does take a bit more time to learn (more buttons) and customize, but once you are past that it is an upgrade.

Reviewed 9/2/2019
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Best value for Garmin cycling computers
by mpei
Cycling Enthusiast
Cincinnati, OH
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Higher models do not bring an additional benefit and I am no fan of the touchscreens anyways. Navigation, etc. is handled through the smartphone anyways. It works great with speed and cadence sensors.

I love it.

Reviewed 8/8/2019
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Some bugs as expected but overall nice upgrade from Edge 520 - Bluetooth needs work
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Maryland
7 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

I had been using an Edge 520 and upgraded to the 530 as my battery life was starting to decline and the 530 has a few interesting features that the 520 didn't.

The turn notification is much nicer. The screen switches to the map and shows exactly which way the route goes. It also is notifying when and where it should. The 520 was always a little late giving the turn notices, as if it always thought I was a few seconds behind where I actually was.

The Di2 integration is better, letting me set the chainring sizes for the unconventional setup on my tandem,

I like the smart hydration notifications and I've been drinking a lot more during rides on hot days while using that feature.

I like the climb feature that shows me the distance, vertical, and average grade on a climb, but the algorithm needs some work. Some of the climbs it detects are no bigger or harder than climbs it doesn't detect. On some climbs it stops before the very top, and on others it will include a descent and then maybe 20 more feet of climbing where it would have made more sense to call the peak before the descent the end of the climb.

I've had a few unexpected reboots and glitches, but I expect that from any new Garmin product while they work out the kinks. Two issues I'm having for now First, the bluetooth just won't stay connected to my phone. I have to open the Garmin app to get it to connect. That makes the emergency notifications and SMS notifications useless. My 520 didn't have this issue, so I don't think the problem is on the phone side. Second if I turn off the computer at a rest stop while navigating it will lose the 'Distance to Course Point' and the turn-by-turn list. It will still show each turn when I get to it however. So after I leave the rest stop it will just show the distance to next course point as the distance to the finish. I have to stop the route navigation and re-start it to get it working correctly again. I generally don't turn it off now at rest stops due to this issue, and luckily the battery life is really good, so I can do 2 or 3 rides of 40 or 50 miles without recharging.

Reviewed 7/11/2019
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