Garmin Edge 1000 Bundle
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- Large 3.0" Display - See what you need with ease, and stay focused on the road ahead. Edge 1000 uses a glove-friendly, touchscreen Display that adjusts automatically for low-light areas, such as shade and tunnels
- Segments - Turn every ride into a race by competing on Garmin Connect Segments and seeing Real-time results on your Edge 1000, including alerts for segment start and finish and leaderboard rankings
- Smart Notifications - See your text, email and call Notifications from your iPhone 4s or later while riding,Records data approx. 1 per second
- Bike-Specific Navigation -Navigate the best cycling roads with preloaded maps and points of interest (POIs). Round-trip Routing makes it easy to explore new roads, and Route Planner allows you to create routes using the map or POIs directly on the device
- Includes: Edge 1000, extended out-front mount, standard mount, preloaded maps, speed sensor, cadence sensor, premium heart rate monitor, tether, USB cable, manuals
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Bike Computer for Competing, Connecting and Navigating
- In-ride competitions through Garmin Connect™ segments
- On-road or off-road navigation and points of interest with preloaded Garmin Cycle Map
- Input a distance and choose from up to 3 round-trip ride options
- Instant uploads to Garmin Connect™ Mobile to analyze and share
- Connected features¹: incoming call and text alerts², live tracking, sending/receiving courses, social media sharing, weather
Whether you are riding to improve your own personal best or see where you stand against the pros, Edge 1000 lets you connect, compare and compete. Turn every ride into a race by competing on Garmin Connect segments and seeing real-time results on your Edge, including alerts for segment start and finish and leaderboard rankings. The segments feature keeps you motivated and helps you push for continual improvement.
Own the Road
Along with in-ride challenges and connected features, Edge 1000 offers advanced bike-specific navigation and mapping capabilities. The preloaded Garmin Cycle Map includes OSM (Open Street Map) content with routable road and bike paths, elevation data, points of interest and address search. Mapping data is stored onboard the Edge, so your access to navigation and performance capabilities isn’t dependent on cell coverage, and map updates are free.
Know Where to Go
Now you can explore more, on and off road, thanks to this device’s round-trip routing feature. Simply enter how far you want to ride, and Edge 1000 calculates up to 3 cycling-friendly routes. You can even review the elevation profiles before making your selection. It also offers a new route planner capability that allows you to create routes directly on the Edge 1000 using the map, POI and segments you’ve downloaded from Garmin Connect. Again, you can preview the elevation profile of your custom route before you roll. If you do get off course or want to end your ride sooner, Edge can always guide you back to start or calculate the most direct route and provide turn-by-turn directions to get you back.
At Your Fingertips
Edge 1000 features a 3-inch high-resolution color touchscreen display with dual orientation. It has an ambient light sensor that automatically adjusts the screen brightness to changing light conditions to improve visibility. Unlike your smartphone, the display is optimized to work with gloves and in the rain³. You can customize your training pages with up to 10 data fields and use activity profiles to allow for easy transitions when you switch cycling activity, such as road, mountain or touring.
Advanced Performance Analysis
Edge 1000 is compatible with ANT+™ sensors, including speed, cadence, heart rate and compatible weight scale. It’s the first Garmin bike computer that integrates with Shimano Di2 electronic shifting systems4 to display your current gear on the screen. Edge 1000 is also compatible with ANT+ power meters, including Vector™, our unique pedal-based power meter that measures total power, left/right balance and cadence. A preloaded power-based workout on Edge 1000 allows you to calculate your functional threshold power (FTP), from which you can base your power training zones. The 1000 offers a training calendar and is compatible with advanced workouts, which you can plan, schedule and upload from Garmin Connect.
When paired with your smartphone and the Garmin Connect™ Mobile app, Edge 1000 offers a suite of connected features, including live tracking, incoming call and text alerts, social media sharing, weather, wireless uploads and sending/receiving courses and segments. As soon as your ride is complete, the data can be automatically sent to Garmin Connect via Bluetooth® or Wi-Fi®. This lets you stay connected and instantly share the details of your ride with friends, family and social media contacts. LiveTrack allows your friends and family to follow your races and training activities in real time. Invite followers using email or social media, so they can view your live data on a Garmin Connect tracking page. Once they get your email invite, they can click to follow and see your stats and location on the map.
¹When paired with your Bluetooth® or Bluetooth Smart Ready phone; contact your service provider to verify if your phone is compatible. The Bluetooth word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, INC. Wi-Fi® is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi Alliance Corporation.
²iPhone® 4s or later. iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
³Water-rated to IPX7; ANT+ wireless connectivity does not work underwater.
4Compatible with Shimano Di2 electronic shifting systems with Shimano D-Fly Data Management function.
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Since I haven't posted any updates in quite a long time, I thought I would update this review to say that my Edge 1000 is still chugging along with no issues. The only real "new" item to add is that I've been using some of the Connect IQ apps that let your tweak your Edge a bit. There aren't many really nice apps but there are a few that IMO create a much nicer looking interface on the device if that is something you'd like to tweak.
Running firmware 2.80 and the bluetooth connection with notifications has been stable and connects immediately once Connect is open on my phone. I did have to do a factory reset on the Edge and reestablish the bluetooth connection in order to get the BLE connection to pair. On my bike I run a Speed sensor, Stages Powermeter, Bluetooth to IPhone 6, Virb Elite, Edge Remote, and Heart Rate Monitor. All connections remain stable through entire ride.
-For me I've had zero issues with WiFi. It loads every ride with no issues and has never forgotten my network.
-Round Trip Routing has worked very well for me along with following a saved route. I am using the CN North America map since it sticks to all roads. I have found the maps pre-loaded work well but (and this is more of a standard map issue). Bike Paths are classified as roads as a standard. With the CN Maps it worries only about true street mapping. Personally our bike paths are worse than the road with walkers,rollerbladers,etc...that take up much of our local bike paths.
-Personally I think the screen looks great. I have had no difficulty viewing the screen.
-I have found the altimeter to be pretty good if you either A. Set your known starting elevation (easy to do) or B. give it a few to "settle" in and don't just hop on your bike and ride once it is turned on.
-I've had zero issues with my existing heart rate monitor dropping out or taking wild spikes or looking like the reading is abnormal in any way. I have not had the cadence sensor drop out either and puts me the same as the old magnet sensor did for my rides.
-Boots up lightning fast (much faster than the 500 or 810 both of which I own) and gets a GPS signal quickly and when I check the accuracy within a few seconds the accuracy is within 9ft.
-Downloading workouts and using them for interval rides has worked without a hitch.
I removed the Con on battery life and I'll wait to see on the remote as well. Initially, I mentioned 1 second recording vs. smart recording and researched and found the GPS unit samples every second either way. It only affects file size.
-What I did do (and I don't know why I didn't think of it before as I do it on all my devices) was disable WiFi when out riding. All its going to do is spin its wheels the entire time looking for your network. This had a drastic impact on the battery drain after a 1 hour and 20 minute recovery ride I did today. During that ride the battery level dropped 10%. To me this is very acceptable. I also noticed the responsiveness of all the Ant sensors was much better. Changes to cadence,heart rate and remote clicks was much improved.
Since disabling WiFi DURING a ride I'm happy to report all the continued improvements. I can turn WiFi on at home and it connects every time but there is zero reason to leave this on while riding. I believe it is doing nothing but draining the battery needlessly and causing signal interference.
On average with using the remote(which I use constantly paging through ride stats),bluetooth to Iphone,cadence,and speed sensor - I consistently measure anywhere between 10 to 12% battery drop every 1 hour 15 minutes (consistent every ride).
Not one SINGLE signal dropout of any kind. I pay VERY close attention because I do Cadence and Heart Rate Intervals for my Interval workouts (don't have a power meter). Changes in cadence are picked up quickly and heart rate vs. perceived exertion follows suit. Remote no longer drops connection. Programmed workouts go smooth as silk.
Elevation measurements - I have a few rides that I start and stop at the exact same spot. Elevation gain and loss I've either had be dead dead even or within 10ft - this is a very good indicator. I do NOT enable corrections on Garmin Connect.I go with whatever the Garmin unit tells me. My average ride will give me about 1,100ft of ascent to give you some idea.
A couple of things I did while turning off WiFi (things to try). I initially setup the Edge 1000 while hooked up to a USB hub (stupid, stupid, stupid). It would not bring up my WiFi connection so I entered it manually and it worked. When I did a factory reset and set everything up from scratch this time I hooked directly into the computer (what you should always do). No problems detecting the WiFi unlike being hooked into the hub. I also took the time to turn off anything I wasn't using while riding - pages turned on by default,WiFi,etc....I set back up my known elevation from my house. I reconnected all sensors with WiFi turned off. I removed my bluetooth connections and reestablished them. All Ant sensors and the phone connected and registered with zero issues. I also left WiFi turned off on my phone while doing all of this.
If this is your first or second Garmin, I can see how all of these settings can be confusing. Even owning 3 Garmin running watches and now my 3rd Garmin bike computer it took me some time to learn the ins and outs but man is it worth it. Never having to remove my hands to use the remote, round trip routing, notifications are things I all value though and mean a lot to me. I also like the display better than previous models but this is personal preference.
I hope some of those suggestions might help anyone struggling with their Edge 1000. One final piece I thought of that may have an impact from signal interference. I also leave WiFi turned off on my phone as well while I'm out riding.
Sorry as I know this review is getting long winded but I'm hoping it will help others with some of the negative comments.
Understanding Garmin's maps - Don't forget to change your Activity to what you are doing (i.e. Tour Cycling will stick to roads for example). There are several activities that will affect how you'll be routed (Sticking to streets vs allowing off road trails). I like my road bike but not for mountain biking :) There are also avoidance entries you can setup such as highways. This is a standard GPS issue with how "areas" get classified so what may not seem like a highway to you, may be classified as one by GPS standards.
Garmin's CN Navigator Map policy - I HATE it but they clearly state it on their site.
If you buy the map as a download and put it on a micro sd card and register it to a previous Garmin unit, you will only be able to use it on that unit. I had one on my 810 and had to buy a new download and register it to your Edge 1000. "Advantage you get it the quickest and no shipping cost".
If you buy the CN Navigator Map on GARMIN's card, you can use it on multiple devices (500, 810, 1000). The "disadvantage" - you cannot load the card into your computer for route planning.
If you buy it via a Disk from Garmin- you unlock the disk and can do map routing and planning on your computer (the "advantage") but like the download it is registered to one device.
I hope the information in my review is proving helpful. My Edge continues to work like a champ and still has zero issues but it did take me some work and research to get there.
Turning off WiFi during a ride was definitely the key. Still zero dropouts and everything working as it should. All previous positive comments still hold true
After 6 rides all my settings reset to default. It still recognized my home WIFI network but it didn't find the sensors and my display screens were back to default. I redid the settings and it seems to be working normally again. Hopefully this is a one time glitch and it will work from here on out.
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