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Garmin Edge 830
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Garmin Edge 830
Garmin Edge 830
Garmin Edge 830
Garmin Edge 830
Garmin Edge 830
Garmin Edge 830

Garmin
Edge 830

Mfg PartNum:010-02061-00
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Who cares that the Edge's 830 touchscreen 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 830 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, more responsive touchscreen interface.
  • Input addresses for custom navigation.
  • Searchable point of interest database for a rich list of food, attractions, hotels, and more.
  • 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

Dynamic Performance Tracking:

  • VO2 max
  • Recovery
  • Training load focus
  • Heat & altitude acclimation
  • Nutrition & hydration alerts based on your metrics for a given route
  • 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

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Way better than 520+
by Geoff
Tigard, Oregon

I had the 520+ and it did everything I needed so I didn't think I needed to upgrade, well I love biking and this I really enjoy my Garmin and Garmin 830 is better in a lot of ways that I hadn't really thought, it's fast, it's works better in so many ways, I like the touch screen. Anyway: if you aren't sure if you need to upgrade, umm I was more than pleasantly surprised and so glad I did.

Reviewed 11/26/2020
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Great features - almost too many
by VeloSteve
Cycling Enthusiast
Monterey, California
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

First of all I'm a tough rater. I don't give five stars unless something is nearly perfect, so don't take 4 stars as a bad sign. This is a great computer overall.

First, some positives. This computer does everything I could ask for. Strava live segments work well, though sometimes segment starts appear when I'm just passing on an adjacent road or trail. Pairing power meters and other devices is seamless. and the data quality is very good. I have the system set to upload rides automatically when I hit the stop button, and they uploads are done faster than my garage door can open. The screen may not be like a top-of-the line phone, but it's a huge upgrade from any bike computer I have had before. The customizable data screens are old news, but really useful, and easy to configure once you get through the first time.

On the negative side, Garmin's software has a few weak spots. At first the computer battery totally drained several times. This wasn't exactly a battery life problem. The computer was getting into a state where it looked off but was actually using full power. Getting the beta firmware solved this. Oddly, the improved firmware hasn't been rolled out to production, though months have passed.

Another one-time problem was updates to the GPS software. It auto-updated during a ride, causing about half of the ride to lose data. Not the end of the world, but it was disconcerting since it was only my 2nd ride or so.

Smaller issues crash detection is a nice idea, but I have triggered it falsely a couple of times, once while simply accelerating from a stop light. I'm not THAT fast. Sorry, everyone, I'm not going to crash myself intentionally to see if it works in that case. The sharp turn warnings have never been useful. The tone either comes after you have already passed the apex, or just before when it would be unsafe to look down to read the message.

This is not really a pro or con, but just be aware that some functions are several levels deep in the menu system. The touch feature is generally very good, but some things may be nearly impossible when flying down a rough road or trail.

Reviewed 5/13/2020
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Don't get lost!
by GravelRider
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, Oregon

I use the 830 to guide me through Oregon's forestry roads, out of cell phone coverage. It shines when the road on the map doesn't exist or is washed out by a landslide. It's clear and easy to read while rattling downhill and offers a wide array of features (if you take the time to learn the details.) I tried a Wahoo and am much happier with the Garmin.

Reviewed 9/4/2020
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BIg Improvement over 820!
by aharmon666
Cycling Enthusiast
Duluth MN

I've been using a Garmin 820 for years, and learned to accept the glitchy touch screen sensitivity, display limitations and cluttered look of many of the pages. The 830 represents a vast improvement on all counts - it is simply a joy to use. Even the charging port cover is more robust!

Reviewed 10/12/2020
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Tons of functionality + great battery life
by Barry B
Cycling Enthusiast
Minneapolis MN & Tucson AZ

This is my third Garmin and far & away this is the cream of their crop. On a cross country trip I could sometimes go 60 miles on 17% of the charge. Screen is bright, map colorful. Flips screens off my Di2 buttons (top of the hoods Domane SLR7). Interacts with my Varia with clear readout of approaching traffic. No downsides. Love it!

Reviewed 8/7/2020
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Get the 530
by jgg
Cycling Enthusiast
Boston area
6 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

I got my 830 coming off an 810. I debated long and hard between it and the 530, as the only difference is touch-screen vs buttons. And, after several months, I can say I made the wrong choice. The touch screen actually makes this less valuable than the 530. It is terrible with gloves, and their software is terrible at dealing with it. I am constantly pulling down something when a want to slide, and so on. It is just annoying. I heard the touch screen was improved, but my 810 did better.

Everything else is fine. I still can't find the compass, the menus are huge disorganized messes, but they are trying to deal with a small space and few controls, I will cut them some slack.

Get the 530. Save $100 AND get a better unit.

Reviewed 5/12/2020
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Love my Garmin Edge!
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Peoria, AZ

I ride my road bike with the Edge and absolutely love it. Love having routes loaded on it and love it just generally. It's really fantastic. Should have done it years ago.

Reviewed 5/13/2020
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830 over 530
by Jbartlwy
southern Indiana
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

I had first purchased 530 and used for the summer and was happy with it very much. But did not like the pushing buttons so much while riding. So went ahead and upgraded to the touchscreen 830 and have been very happy that I did a big improvement and to me worth the money. Even in cold weather riding with gloves screen was easy to use.

Reviewed 3/13/2020
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Great upgrade from 820
by SeaBiker
Cycling Enthusiast
Seattle, WA
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

My Garmin 820 battery has lost its ability to hold a charge for more than two hours. So I ordered an 830 as a replacement.

I am very pleased so far. I love how it switched from my data screen to the map screen to warn me of an upcoming turn in my course. After the turn the 830 returned to the data screen. That feature is really helpful.

Setup was a little easier than my 820 but still took about an hour to pair my existing sensors and customize the data screens. No where in the manual did it tell me how to change the front and rear gear values but I did finally figured it out. (I have Etap so the 830 will display current gears and battery life).

Reviewed 2/27/2020
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Garmin 830 is worth the upgrade, lots of great new features
by Richard
Cycling Enthusiast
St. Paul, MN

I have been a garmin user for a long time. Started with the Edge 305, then the Edge 800 and now upgraded to the Edge 830. I have to say that I am quite impressed with the new features that this unit provides. In addition to the bluetooth functionality, the maps and directions are much better, plus the feature that you get a warning when there is a sharp curve or bend in the road approximately 400 feet prior to reaching it, which is very handy when riding in unfamiliar areas. Turn warnings happen earlier than with the 800 unit, I also like the climbing feature which lets you know how much of the climb remains and gives you a graphic to show the distance and number of feet yet to climb, which can be quite useful in gauging your effort. I frequently stop at coffee shops on my rides, so the bike alarm feature is a nice little addition to alert you if your bike is moved. Lastly, the feature sends out a notification to pre-selected contacts in the event of a crash or emergency is a great safety feature. On the downside it seems that the satellite connection is not as good as the previous models, if you even go under a short, open bridge the satellite connection is lost. I have even encountered this issue on tree lined streets, which is a bit annoying to see your connection lost and your speed drop to about 3 or 4 mph no matter how fast you are riding. If you are really concerned about this I would suggest getting a speed sensor with this unit. I have also had the unit freeze in the middle of a ride. It froze at 17 mph. I did a little investigative work and found that this is an issue encountered by many Garmin Edge 830 owners and seems to be a firmware issue. It is easily resolved if you hold in the power button for 10 seconds and the ride is saved, but if you are in the middle of a ride, it is once again annoying. Overall the the unit is great and I love it. I am glad I got it, but wish all the little annoying bugs had been worked out first.

Reviewed 9/9/2019
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Fantastic upgrade to my 510.
by keithd
Cycling Enthusiast
Central California

I'm a long time Garmin user (started with the 700) and have not always been thrilled with Garmin software or hardware durability. The software has gotten better of late, so wWhen my 510 died, I looked around, held my nose, and made the expensive upgrade to the 830.

I love this computer! While the form factor is nearly identical, the display is FINALLY super readable in bright sunlight and nearly as responsive as my iphone. The text notifications on the Garmin are slick and unobtrusive. There are many small features that make this feel like a modern cycling computer.

The ONE thing Garmin still need to do is provide phonecomputer setup rather than relying on the clunky setup interface on the device.

Reviewed 8/27/2019
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Good Things Come in Small(er) Packages
by Tom
Chicago

The 830 Plus is a great computer. It is fast, it has a a good screen size, and the screen interface is superb. I don�t see a need for the larger 1030 Plus.

Reviewed 8/28/2020
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Garmin Edge 830 - Most disappointing Garmin that Ive owned
by 89Gator
Cycling Enthusiast
Brentwood, TN

The 830 is by far the most disappointing Garmin Edge that I have owned. Ive had the 305, 705, 500, and 810 previously, and while all of them had occasional glitches, I found them to be largely reliable. Not so with the 830. First, pairing it and uploading activities to Garmin Connect is a manual activity. Every. Time. Ive paired and repaired it multiple times. On the iPhone Bluetooth connections page, it always shows 2 830s... one connected and one not. So after every ride, I have to open the Garmin app, hope it wakes up the connection and manually sync. But at least half the time, it requires turning Bluetooth off and on, and turning the Garmin off an on one or more times. In addition, the elevation profiles on the Garmin are totally stairstepped. My other Garmins showed the climbs as relatively smoothaccurate lines, but the elevation profile on the 830 has completely flat sections followed by completely verticals sections. It also always shows me an 18th of a mile farther up the climb than I am. Separately, the climb pro feature sounds good until you use it. Its way too zoomed out so that you cant see what elevation features are coming up. Itll say the average remaining climb is something like 8% as an example, but it doesnt give you any visibility to the 20% kicker coming up. So I dont use it. Finally, it also froze on me mid-ride, although Id give it a pass on that because Ive never had a Garmin that didnt do that. But this was in the first 6 weeks of using it. In summary, I wish Id stuck with my 810.

Reviewed 8/10/2019
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Getting better but still have issues
by Vailbiker
Cycling Enthusiast
Vail, Colorado

Got one of the first units when initially released in May, 2019.

Been in contact with Garmin customer support on several occasions. Their support has been excellent starting with a beta software release update which fixed my initial problem. One annoying flaw is that you can not set the odometer in order to carry over mileage from previous computer. There is an IQ odometer app which can be preset and incorporated into display page. Everything else is functionally complete and the touch screen is a vast improvement over menus and buttons on my previous 530.

Garmin is sending me a replacement unit which will hopefully fix my remaining issue - elevation jumps all over giving wildly erroneous readings. They already had other reports of the problem and established that it is a hardware - not software - problem hence the replacement unit. Hopefully the new unit will not have this problem.

Overall I am very satisfied with the unit, especially the route guidance feature which is essential for touring in unexplored areas.

Reviewed 7/29/2019
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Lightyears better than the 820!
by Borg
Cycling Enthusiast
Minneapolis, MN

Just finished a 1,050 mile trip with my new Edge 830 and I was wowed. Battery life is incredible with 70% off the charge left after a 109 mile ride, including interacting with a Varia radarlight unit, remote and D-fly. The higher resolution screen is much clearer than older Edges. Touch screen works well and it's consistent linking with my phone via bluetooth is much more reliable than the 820 had been. Responds automatically to the buttons on my Domane SLR7 hoods to change screens forward and backwards. Ride with GPS routing directions were perfectly presented. The only thing I wish was different is the alarm which indicates someone is moving your bike when you're at a pit stop of getting coffee. It does show on your phone but is so quiet bystanders wouldn't pay any attention. It is apparently not adjustable. Overall, far and away the best computer I've ever owned. Love it!!

Reviewed 7/5/2019
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Much better but still needs some work
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Middle of Michigan

I've been using my Edge 820 for a few years and have been through the range from the 510 to the 820, now the 830. I was forced into a new unit due to battery anxiety. Almost went with the Wahoo Element, but went with what's familiar. Right away, I am very happy with the much improved screen resolutioncrispness. In direct sun I can finally read the unit which was at times a challenge with the 820....Big plus. Touch screen response is also much improved as well as the speed when tapping between screensfunctions...another Big plus.

Downside It could use a phone interface like the Wahoo units in order to vastly simplify screen set-up. If it had that functionality, I would give it 5 stars. Garmin, you need to catch up to the times even though your base DNA is solid.

Reviewed 5/23/2019
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So much faster than my previous 510!
by mooie
Cycling Enthusiast
Chicago

Overall I'm happy I chose the 810 but the software has some bugs. It froze on me on multiple occasions right before the ride. I hope they figure it out whatever is causing that.

Reviewed 10/12/2019
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Excellent in every aspect.
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast

As in every new product there are always kinks to work out. There were several bugs in the software which were fixed in a beta release that tech support provided. A newer release was issued which I am sure corrected other problems and did not reintroduce my previous issues.

There are so many features and menu pages that requires a fairly steep learning curve. My primary interest is in downloading routes that I create in RideWithGPS which works very smoothly. Only missing feature is the ability to set the Odometer to a specific value but can be done with a ConnectIQ app that allows you to add a new field and supply a starting value.

Reviewed 7/1/2019
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Finally a touch screen that works well!
by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
PHL, PA

After having used my 510 for the past 5 years and the etrex touch for the past 3, Garmin has finally figured out how to combine the best of both worlds!

Reviewed 6/28/2019
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Awesome!!
by ctfishman
Cycling Enthusiast
Cheshire, CT

The 830 is what I was hoping for when I previously got the 820. The touchscreen actually works and the faster processor is sooooo much better.

Reviewed 7/5/2019
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