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Finding the motivation to get out there can sometimes be difficult. We get that, and so does Garmin, which is where the new Edge 820 and Edge Explore 820 come in. With the Edge 820, you get a perfect marriage of advanced training features with the navigation functionality for which Garmin is known. Don't need to train? No problem. The Edge Explore 820 saves you a bit of cash, and boasts all the navigation and exploration features of the standard 820 to encourage you to get out there and see what you're missing. Click through to learn more about the new Garmin Edge 820, and see what it can do for you.
For the athlete who trains and wants to use Garmin's excellent fitness features, there's the standard Edge 820, while for those who simply wish to explore their world and don't need much more than the maps and navigation features, there's the Edge Explore 820.
Loaded with cycling-specific maps and navigation that guides you along the best cycling routes, the 820 is a great ally for exploring. Wireless connectivity means you can easily sync up not only to your computer and phone, but to Strava, as well, to coordinate rides with your friends.
The standard 820 has loads of training-specific fitness features, and includes a feature that can even monitor your electronic drivetrain (Shimano Di2 or SRAM eTap) to help you figure out when and where you're most efficient on the bike.
Both the standard Edge 820 and the Edge Explore 820 come with built-in accelerometers that can detect sudden sharp stops in activity, which could indicate an accident, and then when enabled, automatically alert designated contacts (if you don't cancel the alert before then).
Looking for maps and navigation, but also want to train? Check out Garmin's standard Edge 820:
Looking for maps, navigation, and also in need of a heart rate monitor to take advantage of the 820's great training features? Pick up the 820 Bundle here:
Don't need all the training features, but still want the 820's excellent maps, navigation, and other cycling tools? Check out the Garmin Edge Explore 820: