|Posted||23 Oct 2016|
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.
Power meter compatible (displays power data from compatible 3rd party ANT+-enabled power meters) Yes (records data approx. 1 per second)
Wanted to go for touring? This may be your choice, with detailed road search and street name.
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.
Simply enter how far you want to ride, and Edge 1000 calculates up to 3 cycling-friendly routes.
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.
LiveTrack allows your friends and family to follow your races and training activities in real time.
It can display your current gear selection, plus records number of changes, etc, for later analysis for shimano di2
Larger size than 810= easy viewing of Map
1000 comes pre-loaded with a workout that you can use (with the help of a power meter) to determine your Functional Threshold Power (FTP)
What's in the box:
Mounts (standard and out-front)
Premium heart rate monitor
- Authorized Garmin Reseller
- 100% Original and 25 months warranty from Garmin Malaysia distributor AECO
- Ready stock
- Fitness GPS at the cheapest price!!
- Price included GST
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