Garmin Edge 830 Sensor Bundle
KEY Differences between the EDGE 530 AND 830
The new Edge 530 and Edge 830 are packed with all of the training and mapping features Garmin fans know and love, along with a bunch of extras to sweeten the deal. The most notable difference between the 530 and 830 models is the Edge 530 uses 4 buttons positioned on the external profile of the unit to select features, while the 830 utilizes a touchscreen that Garmin guarantees to work flawlessly in wet weather conditions as well as while wearing gloves.
Ultimately it comes down to the touchscreen, and user preference for touchscreen versus buttons. Feature-wise, the biggie is that the Edge 830 can route to a specific address whereas you have to drag the cursor over that point on the Edge 530.
Only the Edge 830 can be used as a real navigator with the search by address functionality and the ability to create new itineraries at will, depending on where and how you want to ride, with the guarantee of always being given reliable routes. The 830 also offers the ability to search through POI (Point Of Interest) and by address.
- The Edge 530 doesn't have address-specific routing functionality
- The Edge 530 doesn’t have a searchable point of interest database (hotels/food/train stations/etc), however some of the POI’s do appear on the map
- Both support pre-planned routes/courses equally
The new Edge 830 is a substantial step-up from the previous 820 model not just in performance, but also features. The new 830 significantly increases performance in routing/navigation, while adding in automated segmentation of a route’s climbs to give you the precise distance/elevation remaining for each climb. The 830 also has a bunch of new mountain bike specific features, including the addition of Trailforks maps/data, baked right into the unit. In addition, there’s a slew of new performance metrics, as well as nutrition/hydration alerts that are generated automatically based on the current route/weather conditions.
The coolest update to mention might just be the device’s ability to track the number of times you leave the ground, jump distance, and overall ride hang-time, culminating in a difficulty score for your ride based on how smooth or rough the overall profile is. If you dig comparing overall speed and track times, hold onto your hat - the post ride data session just gained some fun variables.
Upgrades from Previous 820 Model
(just to mention a few)
- Increased Display Size by 13% (from 2.3” to 2.6”)
- Increased Battery Life from 15 to 20 hours (48 hours in battery saver mode)
- Increased Processor Speed - Results in much faster route calculation
- Heatmaps: Included in maps routing on unit (this feature mimics that of the Edge 1030)
- ClimbPro: New software automatically assesses the temperature and perceived effort to remind you when It’s time to hydrate. The computer and associated cadence and speed sensors calculate perceived effort and training data over time to help you better understand your level of fitness, and what can be done to improve it.
- Cycle Map: (Preloaded on the 830) Provides points of interest, cycle routes, and much more. Pop-up warnings will appear to warn the cyclist of any approaching situations to pay attention to on the course, such as sharp and dangerous bends, to guarantee safety.
- Mountain Bike Metrics: Shows Grit, Flow, and Jump details on both the unit itself and the Garmin Connect App
- Trailforks Maps: Preloaded App allows you to download (for free) off-road routes in the area in which you are located and categorize them by degree of difficulty. With the Forksight function a pop-up will appear on the screen when you stop near junctions and deviations on the route you are taking , suggesting which path to take.
- ForkSight: Automatically shows mountain bike trail options when you pause at a fork in trail
- Heat Acclimation: Automatically assesses current heat/humidity when calculating performance/recovery metrics
- Altitude Acclimation: Automatically assesses (high) elevation when calculating performance/recovery metrics
- Training Plan API Support: Redesigned structured workout execution page
- Hydration/Nutrition Smart Alerts: Automatically configures the amount of water/calories you should ingest based on the course/route
- Hydration/Nutrition Tracking: Records nutrition data in ride summary screens and logs it on Garmin Connect
- Incident Detection: Ability to automatically recognize a possible incident, accident, or breakdown (thanks to the integrated accelerometer) and the request for manual assistance to send to emergency numbers previously saved on SMS containing the exact location where the user is located.
- Rider-to-Rider Functionality: Allows you to send, receive, and read, preset messages directly on the device, to the other team members with a smartphone connected to Garmin Connect / mobile
- Group Track: Detects and displays, directly on the unit, the exact geo-referenced position of each cyclist - up to 50 participants via the Garmin Connect Mobile App
- LiveTrack: Allows you to track the position of other cyclists in real time remotely
- Trendline Popularity Routing function: via Garmin Connect (Mobile for Edge 530 and directly from the unit for Edge 830), provides the rider with the most popular, safest routes (Starting Point and Distance must be previously entered). Choose between road, dirt, or gravel routes, with the assurance of always having reliable and precise directions.
- Edge Battery Pack Support: Ability to attach the Garmin integrated battery pack to the Edge (you can still use generic USB power too)
- Bluetooth Smart Sensor Support: You can now pair Bluetooth Smart sensors like heart rate, power, and cadence
- Performance Power Curve: Shows your mean maximal power over different durations/time-frames
- Bike Alarm Feature: Emits a loud alarm if bike is moved while your away
- ‘Find my Edge’ Feature: Automatically records exact GPS location of your Edge in your phone if Edge is disconnected or lost (in case unit pops off)
- Training Plan Weather/Gear Tips: Provides tips based on current weather conditions
Take Your Training to the Next Level
Edge 830 goes beyond data collection - providing dynamic performance insights that can help you beat your best. See how your body is holding up in different environments with heat and altitude acclimation. Get in-ride notifications when it’s time to hydrate or eat. See if your most recent training was balanced in terms of endurance, threshold and high-intensity efforts. When paired with compatible Garmin sensors, the Edge 830 even calculates power curve - a new power tracking metric that compares your ride effort to your previous weeks and months. No matter where you train, you can sync structured workouts from TrainingPeaks and our online fitness community, Garmin Connect, right to your Edge. You can also view your upcoming training for the week and launch into the relevant workout seamlessly when required.
Ride with Confidence
Whether you’re training with riding buddies or commuting to work, your Edge 830 device takes safety seriously. It allows for group messaging and tracking, so you can stay in touch when you get separated from the pack. It also has incident detection, which automatically sends your location to emergency contacts if it detects an incident. For even more awareness, pair Edge 830 with the Varia Rear-View Radar and Lights so you can see and be seen. The all new PIN-protected bike alarm will notify you on your smartphone if your bike is moved while you’re inside getting water or making a pit stop.
Navigate Every Turn
Edge 830 is preloaded with the Garmin Cycle Map, including turn-by-turn directions and navigation alerts that notify you of upcoming turns. Use the bright, responsive touchscreen to create new rides and courses right on the Edge device. To help you ride like a local, popularity routing chooses from the roads and trails most traveled by fellow cyclists. The Edge 830 is smart enough to guide you back to the route - or back to start - should you deviate from it or decide to head home early. And with route calculation speeds 2 times faster than previous models, you’ll spend more time riding, not waiting around.
Tame the Trails
When you need a change of scenery, the Edge 830 is your go-to guide for mountain biking. Start by downloading the FREE Trailforks app from our Connect IQ Store and then unlock the Trailforks data on your Edge. Featuring trails from more than 80 countries, Trailforks includes the best, most up-to-date information, including trail conditions, heat-maps, and more. And when you stop mid-ride, the new Forksight mode automatically displays upcoming forks in the trail and gives you context by showing where you are within a trail network. During the ride, the Edge 830 tracks the epic details with new mountain biking metrics such as jump count, jump distance, and hang time. Other mountain biking features include Grit, which rates the difficulty of a ride using GPS, elevation, and accelerometer data, as well as Flow, which measures how smoothly you descend a trail so you have a score to beat next time.
Climb Like a Pro
Climbing can become your secret weapon with the Edge 830 and the new ClimbPro feature. It automatically shows the remaining ascent and grade when you’re climbing while following a route or course. This shows you how much you have left to 'suffer', helping you gauge your effort over the remainder of your ride.
SHIMANO STEPS eBike System
Pair a compatible Edge Cycling Computer with a supported SHIMANO STEPS eBike System, and receive a dedicated eBike status screen, data fields, and support for system status and warning messages. In addition to Edge metrics - such as time, distance and speed - you can also view your assist level, gear position, battery life, and remaining range during a ride.
Customize Your Device
Only Garmin lets you customize your device with free apps, widgets, and data fields from the Connect IQ Store. Apps such as the AccuWeather MinuteCast let you know when the rain will stop so you can determine the ideal time slot for your ride. And if you plan your rides on sites such as Strava, Komoot or Wikiloc, download those apps so you can have your favorite routes imported directly to your Edge. Or if you’re looking for a nearby café or bike shop, use the Yelp app to download their locations, and route directly to them on your Edge device.KEY FEATURES
- HIGHLY VISIBLE MAPS New clean, high contrast maps make bike-friendly road, gravel, or mountain routes more visible in any/all light conditions.
- START YOUR RIDE FASTER Faster route calculation speeds allowing cyclists to start riding more quickly. Now, after a route has been calculated once, it’s cached so cyclists can get started in seconds.
- GET THE LATEST MAPS A Trendline popularity heatmap based on billions of miles of uploaded ride data now layered directly onto the map, adjusts automatically based on ride-type so cyclists can instantly see the most relevant places to ride.
Get your ride started faster and find the very best routes for exactly where you want to ride. Cyclists can update their Edge automatically via Wi-Fi or by using Garmin Express™. Riders are also encouraged to update their maps via Garmin Express to get the latest improvements and most up-to-date popularity routing data.
Physical & Performance
|Display Size||2.3” (58.4 mm)|
|Display Resolution||200 x 265 pixels|
|Physical Dimensions||1.9” x 2.9” x 0.8” (49.0 x 73.0 x 21.0 mm)|
|Battery Life||Up to 20 hours GPS training mode|
Maps & Navigation
|Ability to Add Maps||Yes|
|History||Up to 200 hours|
INCLUDED IN BOX
- Edge 830
- Flush out-front mount
- Standard mount
- Speed sensor
- Cadence sensor
- Heart rate monitor
- USB cable
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