- Size (LWH): 3.4 inches, 0.9 inches, 2 inches
- Weight: 2.88 ounces
Garmin Edge 510 GPS Bike Computer with Heart Rate Monitor and GSC 10 Speed/Cadence Sensor
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- Connected features: live-tracking, instant upload and ride sharing capabilities, social network sharing, plus weather updates
- Comprehensive performance monitoring: displays market leading, comprehensive ride data (incl. speed, distance, time, heart rate1, cadence2, elevation, power3, location).
- Touchscreen and simple user interface: a 2.2" rugged and customizable color touchscreen. Quickly find and view the most important data
- Advanced heart rate-based calorie computation
- Zone training: heart rate zone training, supports five heart rate zones, seven power zones
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Train on the Edge
The touchscreen Edge 510 is designed for the competitive cyclist who seeks the most accurate and comprehensive ride data. It offers connected features¹ through your smartphone, including live tracking, weather and social media sharing. Whether you're training, racing or touring, Edge 510 tracks the details of your ride, and you can view it later on a map at Garmin Connect™. Compatible with GPS and GLONASS satellites for faster satellite acquisition and improved signal lock, the 510 is suited for the most challenging conditions, such as canyons.
Track Every Detail
The 510 records your distance, speed metrics, ascent/descent, grade and more. Take your training farther with ANT+™-compatible sensors that measure your heart rate², speed/cadence² and power³. The activity profiles feature allows you to customize data fields and device settings based on cycling activity, such as training or racing. Switch profiles with a simple swipe of the touchscreen and your device will be set up to show the data you need for that ride. When you complete a ride, the 510 displays any new personal records you achieved, such as farthest distance, most ascent gained and more.
Edge 510 offers a suite of connected features when paired with your smartphone (Apple® or Android™) and the Garmin Connect™ Mobile app. This allows you to gain comprehensive, accurate ride data from a dedicated device, while saving your phone battery. Edge tracks the data and sends it to your phone using a Bluetooth® connection. Stay connected and share all the details of your ride with friends, family and your social media contacts. You can post an update immediately after your ride or race with details from your completed activity. You'll create your posts via your smartphone, and the ride data's already there, thanks to the interface with Garmin Connect Mobile.
The live tracking feature 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.
Get real-time weather conditions, forecasts and alerts (in areas with coverage) directly on the Edge 510 when it's paired with your smartphone and Garmin Connect Mobile. This feature is useful for extended rides, and it lets you keep your smartphone safe and dry, while the weather data you need is at your fingertips.
Wireless Data Transfers
Now you can instantly store, share and analyze every detail of your ride. The Garmin Connect Mobile app allows for wireless uploads of completed activities from your device as soon as you finish recording an activity. You choose whether activities are automatically or manually uploaded. Once your ride has posted to Garmin Connect, your own "connections" can view them. You can also search your courses and workouts4 stored at Garmin Connect, download to your smartphone, then send directly to your Edge 510 — wirelessly. Use the courses and Virtual Partner® features on your Edge to race your previous activities in real time.
Purpose-Built Bike Computer
Edge 510 is rugged, waterproof and has up to a 20 hour battery life. The touchscreen is easy to operate, even with a gloved finger and when wet. Mounting options include a new out-front mount² for heads-up positioning and a standard quarter-turn mount. It also comes with a tether to ensure your device doesn't travel far in the event of a spill.
¹When paired with your compatible Android or Apple device.
²Included with some models, sold separately on others.
³When paired with ANT+ power meter.
4Future release of Garmin Connect Mobile will allow you to explore and download courses and workouts from other Garmin Connect users.
What's in the Box:
- Edge 510
- Mounts (standard and out-front)
- Premium heart rate monitor
- Speed/cadence sensor
- USB cable
- AC charger
Top Customer Reviews
I've been using Garmin Edge 500 for almost 2 years and I simply love it. It's small, accurate and never failed me. One of the reasons I wanted to upgrade was to have a bigger screen (I was excited about 10 fields per screen 510 offers). Another and the most important reason was support for GLONASS system (500 on a few occasions wasn't too accurate in canyons or forests) and I was hoping to have a better GPS signal. The fact that 810 doesn't come with GLONASS was the reason I chose 510 (otherwise I'd go with 810). This still puzzles me as to why Garmin decided not to include GLONASS in 810.
As soon as the package arrived, I eagerly unpacked it and realized that the device was larger than I thought. I connected it to my computer to transfer my old profile and the first thing I noticed was that it had less free space on the device. 500 has about 50MB while 510 has only 22MB and some of that is taken by the system files leaving around 17MB. Garmin, really?! How much would it cost to add more flash memory? 50 cents? Just to give you some idea - a typical longer ride with 1 second recording takes about 500Kb-1MB. It's convenient to keep a few rides on the device before uploading to the computer. When I researched this issue I found out that some users were unable to update software, because the updated would take 9MB space and it wasn't enough... Note taken, but it was still manageable.
I had set up the device, created two bike profiles and went for a test ride, which happened to be my commute next morning. And this is when the sky fell.Read more ›
-GLONASS works as advertised, pick up GPS FAST, even in the middle of downtown SF.
-UI is sleek, innovative and easy to use
-Measures everything I want it to
-SO much potential here for this unit IF and WHEN they release the firmware to make it work
-There is currently a known issue in which all ANT+ sensors randomly drop out and both show and record bad data making this useless.
-Elevation data is incorrect, I am hoping this is a firmware fix, but worried its actually hardware. THis unit shows 2-3X the elevation gain/loss that my 500 or iPhone apps do on the same rides. This is also a known and common issues according to the forum boards and Strava CS.
-Battery life is not great, not anywhere near what the 500 was, maybe 50% of it
-Screen is not as easy to read as the 500, often leaving you wanting the backlight, but this unit will only last about 6 hours with backlight running
-Notification system is ridiculous, every time there is a notification the whole screen dims and you must physically touch the unit to dismiss it. IF you are in the middle of a workout this can really cripple your ability to execute and enjoy your workout.
-Garmin continues to see Strava/Training Peaks and other 3rd party sites as their competition rather than the reasons we buy their unit in the first place. As such they block these other apps from either being able to connect to the unit to gather data, or utilize the bluetooth connectivity to automatically post your ride to their sites.Read more ›
This entire review can be summed up by watching this really cool video on YouTube video, but the review explains each feature in detail: [...]
Many reviewers mention that an upgrade to the 510 is not worth the investment- if you already have a 500, this may be a solid argument. If you have a 200, Garmin Watch, or no GPS at all, maybe an old school speed sensor and cadence computer- the Garmin 510 kit is worth every penny.
REASONS TO BUY THE EDGE 510 BUNDLE:
1) The screen is great, all other's who complain its hard to read are full of it- the screen does not have the sharp contrast of the 500, but it is full color, and its plenty bright (adjustable) and easy to read.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have been using a Garmin Edge 510 for about a year and half. Recently purchased a bike of Craigslist that came with a Garmin Edge 810, so I've been using both to see which one... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pan
Buggy and bad connections as well as bad user interface. Most of the promised technologies never work consistently. Garmin ignores all inquiries to fix any products. Read morePublished 4 months ago by MWinn
good bike accessory.. sometimes a little hard to read... but works well..Published 4 months ago by Steven Stroud
I have now completely lost all settings and rides (for the second time). The first time was a random failure of the unit. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I'd give this piece of crap zero stars if I could. I "upgraded" from the 500 to the 510. Worst mistake of my cycling career. Read morePublished 7 months ago by falcon27
I owned the Garmin Edge 500 and had no issues.
Thought I would upgrade to a 510 and nothing but issues. All I wanted speed sensor, heart monitor and time. Read more