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Edge 820

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If you want all the mapping capabilities of the Garmin Edge 1000 and then some but don't want to add all that real estate to your handlebars, then say hello to the Garmin Edge 820. It packs a 2.3" color touchscreen and advanced mapping functions into a unit that's the same size as the the compact Edge 520. The pre-installed Garmin Cycle Map gives you turn-by-turn cycling-specific navigation, address search, points-of-interest, audio prompts, and even a round-trip Course Creator that will design a custom local route based on your preferences for length and difficulty.

ANT+, WiFi, and Bluetooth connectivity connects to your power meter, external cadence sensors, and Garmin Variaâ„¢ devices, along with allowing text, call, and other notifications when paired with your smartphone. It also makes possible Garmin's GroupTracking feature that allows other Edge 820 users to join together to show you their real time positions, useful for keeping track of where your friends are at when you blow them up on the climb, or for locating the exact position of a group ride so you can seamlessly join up like a pro.

Advanced performance metrics include VO2 max, recovery advisor, FTP, performance condition, stress score, and other cycling dynamics when used with a heart rate strap, and power metrics include left-right power balance and power phase for checking the smoothness of your pedal stroke. Strava Live Segments lets you see how you're faring against KOMs and PRs in real time if you have a premium Strava account, and while paired to your phone, built-in incident detection can send a message to an emergency contact in case of an accident.

Taking in all this data is easy with the 2.3" high-resolution color touch screen. Its ambient light sensor automatically adjusts to changing conditions for the best visibility at all times, and the touch functions are designed to work even when it's wet or you have gloves on. When power is running low, a battery-save mode shuts off the display while still recording GPS location and providing notifications, extending the remaining battery life by up to 50%.

2.3" display. Unit measures 1.9" x 2.9" x 0.8". Claimed weight is 2.4 oz. 15 hour battery life in GPS training mode. Rated IPX7 waterproof. 16 GB internal memory. Includes standard and out-front handlebar mounts, USB charging cable, tether, and user manuals.

During the month of July, Garmin is running a promotional $50 mail-in rebate on Edge 820 and Edge 820 Bundles. Simply download and print this form and mail it to Garmin at:

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Meets and exceeds expectations
by Jesterrider
Cycling Enthusiast
Central Illinois
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I have been using my Garmin Edge 820 for about six weeks, including a trip in the Canadian Rockies. I have found the Edge 820 to be very accurate in the data that it provides (speed, distance, heart rate, elapse time, course, altitude), and very reliable. The battery life is better than my Edge 800. I do not usually answer my phone or respond to messages while I am riding, but the blue tooth connection to my smart phone is very convenient in telling me who is messaging or calling me, thus allowing me to answer or respond if I need to.

Reviewed 9/21/2018
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Better but still a few bugs
by TC
Cycling Enthusiast
nj

I may have reviewed this already but I don't see it and now I have been using it for about a month. I agree with people that say the touch screen is not something for Garmin to be proud of. It can take several taps to get it to respond. It, therefore, is not up to date in this technology. That said, it otherwise works extremely well. I am not sure it is worth the upgrade to a so-so touchpad from the button 520 model, but it is very good. The one thing to note is that the beeper (if you are using a Garmin Varia with it) is quite faint. Use the included handlebar mount and I can't hear it at all. However, use it with a 3rd party mount that is metal and open in the back and I can hear the beep every time. Another minor problem is how long it takes for the incline percent to measure correctly. Not that important but it should respond better. Overall, despite that, very happy with it. Also, there are many display options to make it better set up for you.

Reviewed 8/20/2018
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How great it is!
by J. F.
Michigan

I absolutely love my new Garmin 820. The pinpoint accuracy, all the available readings, the ease of setting it up and moving from one bike to the other, the Bluetooth and the map is great... just need to get used to a small map.

Reviewed 1/26/2018
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Not up to Garmin Standards
by Jetdiesel
Competitive Racer
Spokane, WA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Transitioned from Garmin Edge 510 to this 820. Hasn't been a smooth transititon. Syncing via BT to iphone is clugey and inconsistnt, syncing with Garmin Connect, much the same. Have twice satarted a ride after pulling 820 off charger, only to have it die 3 minutes into ride. Apparently when synced to BT, it may not power down, or apears to power off then doesnt fully, so continues to run down-even connected to charger! Calling Garmin service support has been a nightmarish experience as well. In the past, customer support has been GREAT, but current hold times are in the hours. They may or may not call you back with experienced support. Thank goodness for google and you tube. Unless the 820 improves, likely my last Garmin device.

Reviewed 7/12/2018
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A great investment and very easy to use
by Anonymous
Bend, Oregon

Very user friendly,easy to download routes and the turn by turn instructions are easy to read and follow

Reviewed 7/13/2018
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Great computer
by Anonymous
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Garmin 820 meets all my expectations,

Reviewed 9/4/2018
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My new 820 is just pefect for my cycling training-
by USPSTREK
Cycling Enthusiast
COLORADO
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Moving up from my Garmin 500 to the Garmin 820 is night and day, I only have more pros than cons since I only had it only 2 months in use, but its definitely technology in the right direction.

Reviewed 7/10/2017
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Excellent GPS
by Anonymous
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

If you're as tied into Garmin for your training needs like I am, then this is a great addition. The data and its integration with Garmin Connect and other sites is great. The only downside is the touchscreen is not that great. The 800 was better but the 800 doesn't integrate with Varia Vision

Reviewed 7/6/2017
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Easy to operate Garmin
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

While smaller than the 1000 it has all the features you need and easy to operate. The buttons are easy to access, touch screen works well and easy to read.

Reviewed 6/29/2017
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Display is nice, but I wish it was the size of the 800.
by jimifan73
Competitive Racer
Indiana
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I had a 510 that worked fine but I wanted to upgrade. The upgrades were the color touch screen, improved maps, and a few minor software things. The display is good, but essentially the same size as what I had. IMHO the 1000 is too big and the 510 is too small. The 800 seemed to be Goldilocks, but for some reason Garmin didn't stick with it.

Reviewed 6/22/2017
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Just what I was looking for
by Old and in the way
Cycling Enthusiast
Tennessee

I purchased the 820 to replace my 800 with map card. It is a little smaller and I like the new features like how it links to my iPhone. It came with an out front mount which was a nice touch. I like lots of data as I helps me focus on something other than how tired I am.

Reviewed 6/19/2017
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Updated with crisper controls and more features.
by Flash Bazbo
Competitive Racer
Middle Tennessee
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I previously owned a Garmin Edge 1000. I use the computer for training rides and racing - occasionally venturing out on long exploring rides. The map on the 820, although smaller, works just as well as the 1000 ever did. Sharp resolution. And the control buttons on the 820 are much more crisp and positive. I also prefer the smaller size.

Reviewed 5/30/2017
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Nice, full featured compact unit
by Kbogey
Cycling Enthusiast
Surrey, BC
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I really like this unit so far. It has a nice, compact size that blends nicely with the front of my bike, it picks up gps signals almost instantly and has been very reliable so far.

The mapping works well but don't buy this unit if you're big on mapping because it is simply too small. Go for the Edge 1000 instead.

Reviewed 2/9/2017
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Good navigation in a small package
by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
San Francisco
9 of 10 customers found this review helpful.

I also have an old Edge 500 (bombproof!) and an Edge 1000. The new 820 has a longer battery life than the 1000. The navigation is of course not quite as visible, given the 820's smaller screen size, however, it still navigates well...even on dirt trails. They have improved the software, with the latest update allowing 3 different 'sensitivity' settings for the touch screen.

Reviewed 1/2/2017
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Solid product
by Fuelfool
Competitive Racer
Blue Ridge Mountains, NC
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Traded up, finally, after years with the 500. Works well but with two minor quibbles. First, the screen is more difficult to see in bright light. And secondly, when wiping sweat droplets off the screen, I sometimes inadvertently change pages, which can then be difficult to swipe, especially on the fly. That alone makes me almost prefer buttons instead. A little pricey compared to competitors, but okay if you catch a sale.

Reviewed 3/5/2018
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Great product
by Don
southern california
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I love the Edge 820. This has to be the best bike gps on the market. It's calculates everything, gives u a map of ur rides, and when ur friends get 1 u can challenge and have fun with them. I never thought my friends would get one because there so expensive but one did and now we try and beat each other's times when we're not riding together. So, If ur thinkin abt getting one, get it. U won't regret it.

Reviewed 1/5/2017
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Touch screen is great!
by PAA Wine guy
Montebello, CA

Returned the Edge 520 go the Edge 820, both worked fine, however I wanted the touchscreen. This was an upgrade from the Edge 500.

Saving your data when paired to your cell phone is fast, getting you kudos from friends on Strava.

Im still figuring out all of the features it did cause an alert to my emergency contact when I stopped for an adjustment.

Love my Garmin.

Reviewed 2/12/2018
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Garmin seems to have got it right the first time on this one!
by Steve
Cycling Enthusiast
Cincinnati Ohio
7 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

I was apprehensive about getting this due to Garmin's track record of having software bugs that take multiple version upgrades over a year or so to work out, however this one so far seems to be right on arrival. Mine came with version 2.4 which worked fine the first few rides. A new version was available (3.1) and I allowed the upgrade and it still works great. Zero issues. The mapping is nice and the touch screen while perhaps a little more sensitive than the 510 is not an issue for me, and it's actually bigger than the 510 while the body is smaller. Being smaller is possible due to the location of the buttons for startstop and lap being on the bottom edge, not the screen plane bottom like the 510. The location of the buttons with a KEdge mount does make it a little tighter getting to them because there isn't much room between the bar and button to stick your finger in, but you just need to bump the switch lightly so it's not an issue for me. I like the auto dimming screen too. Auto upload is nice. It will be interesting to see what IQ apps are available in the future for this. There are some interesting ones with quite advanced training metrics to use during a ride. Some are free and some you will need to pay for. Right now, very happy camper. I'll update if I have any issues as I get more use with it - right now I've had it a week and have about 200 miles over 6 rides on it so admittedly limited data.

Reviewed 9/1/2016
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Great route planning functions when it works, but with frustrating flaw
by DGonzales
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland OR
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I use(d) the 820 Edge (and previously a 520) to plan routes on my computer using Ridewithgps and then transferring them to my garmin device. Also to log my rides by transferring data back to my computer. Unfortunately, the Garmin devices have a persistent problem communicating with PCs, which is well documented in online forums. After a while, the PC will not recognize the Garmin when it is plugged in. I returned my 520 twice ($99 each time) for replacement refurbished ones. The 820 is approximately 6 months old and I have already returned it once for a replacement. The support page has a procedure for fixing the problem, but it does not work consistently. I really like the thing when it works, but it is useless to me when it doesn't.

Reviewed 1/13/2018
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Awesome product
by Anonymous
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Great product features. Good size, combines touchscreen functionality of garmin 1000 with the size of the 520. Rides upload immediately to StravaGarmin Connect via your phone or WiFi, you can see incoming texts and calls. Touchscreen though was abit of a setback. Abit difficult to use especially when riding. Does not perform like the smartphone screens to which so many of us have become accustomed. But overall, Im very pleased with the product, still a recommended buy.

Reviewed 1/8/2018
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