Edge 1030 Plus 3.5" Advanced GPS bike computer with multi-region cycle map

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The Edge 1030 Plus 3.5" Advanced GPS bike computer with multi-region cycle map product was reviewed by 19 real buyers. Customer feedback on the product is 4 out of 5 points.

Works
/ 5stars

This one is a lot better than my 510. Bigger screen, much better response. Product works as designed

May 23, 2021
Great size
3/ 5stars

The first time I used it, it froze and I couldn’t reboot it until after my ride. Overall, it’s a great size and I like the hill profile section. The graphics are small hopefully I can enlarge it.

May 23, 2021
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Great device!
/ 5stars

Love the large screen and mapping feature. Really handy when exploring new riding routes!

May 23, 2021
Great computer with tons of features
4/ 5stars

My use to date is somewhat limited as I am using this while riding on a non smart trainer so I haven't been able to test out its full capability. However, I do have a cadence sensor and speed sensor connected to it, which was super easy. I have become familiar with most features and they all seem fa irly easy to use. I would recommend spending the first couple of hours playing around with the screens and info to not only customize it but to be able to easily navigate on the fly. If you already have one similar to this, disregard the previous comment. Lastly, battery life appears to be great! I currently ride 40-50 miles a day, again on a non smart trainer inside, and I charge it once a week. Read more

May 23, 2021
Cycling Computer With Terrible Maps
2/ 5stars

A beautiful device but too complex with a fatal flaw. Having used an Edge 800 with a City Navigator base map, I was excited to get the 1030+ until I realized that its maps are based on OpenStreetMap which shows roads that are not rideable and does not distinguish unpaved roads. To make matters worse , Garmin does not let you download the excellent City Navigator maps. So if you want to re-route on your ride or plan a route in unknown areas, you may get stuck on bad and/or non-existent roads. Garmin's manuals are terrible and their support bad. Read more

May 23, 2021
i need other devices for cadence and watts?
3/ 5stars

I want to know if I need other devices to check my cadence and watts

May 23, 2021
Completes my ride
5/ 5stars

After only a few days of use, my Edge 1030 has become an invaluable part of my routine. Stats in real-time and history tracking are clear, easy and exhaustive. Once through the set-up, usage is intuitive and seamless. Dislpay bright and well-sized. Looks great mounted on my ride!

May 23, 2021
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Highly Recommend
/ 5stars

Great Bike Computer. It provide turn by turn directions for loaded segments. Highly recommend.

May 23, 2021
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Love it
/ 5stars

Love the item can ask for more I recommend to all cyclists.

May 23, 2021
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Worth the Extra Money
5/ 5stars

Pros:- Large Display, Easy Reading - Routing, Re-routing - Long Battery Life- Tight Integration with Garmin Connect- Wireless syncing Cons:- Bigger, Bulkier might not be for you- Syncing is cumbersome sometimes a physical connection is necessary- Would like to see direct support for 3rd party map da ta Garmin makes small changes to their Edge products over time. Most do not add much functionality over what has been available for years. It is the User Interface which sees the majority of change with some benefits to processing and battery life too. In this context, I’d been using Garmin Edge 800 for years and saw no benefit to changing. That changed when I updated my bike to electronic shifting and dynamic power pedals (Vector 3). No support for gearing data in the Edge 800. I initially went to Edge 530 to save a few bucks but found the display hard to read and the buttons awkward to use. Added the Edge 1030 Plus and so glad I did. The significantly larger screen is so much easier to read and touch display much easier to operate when riding. Furthermore, Garmin software is optimized for the 1030 in my opinion. Everything just works more seamlessly. Now I use both 1030 Plus on the out front arm and keep the 530 on the stem. The two displays let you monitor the usual details (speed, cadence, heart rate, grade, etc.) while also monitoring pedal dynamics, climb pro, or map simultaneously. Glad I updated ... Read more

May 23, 2021
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