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Garmin Edge Explore 820 Cycling Computer <p>For people who are more interested in exploring the world around them and less interested in training metrics, Garmin has the Edge Explore 820. It has most of the same features as the Edge, but is simplified for those people who prefer to have a means to know where they&rsquo;re going and a record of where they&rsquo;ve been.</p> <p>In a nutshell, they&rsquo;ve streamlined the Explore 820 by removing the ability to pick up power meter signals, the ability to set up workouts, performance metrics that depend on power numbers, the ambient light sensor which adjusts the display, and WiFi. Otherwise, it&rsquo;s identical. It is an identical size and weight, runs for up to fifteen hours with the GPS on, can pick up ANT+ speed, cadence, and heart rate signals, the works.</p> <p>Those works are amazing. The 820 is programmed with cycling-specific maps. It will help you find the good roads to ride-you can ask it to find a route to your destination for you. You can also program the route, and even program intervals along the route</p> <p>The smartphone connectivity is where Garmin is going gonzo. When you&rsquo;ve paired your phone with the unit, there is a whole new world of features. It can find Strava segments for you. It can find your cycling pals on the roadIt can tell you when things are happening on your phone.  There are even more, as Garmin allows you to download apps for free and install them to increase the usefullness of the unit.</p> <p>There&rsquo;s even a built-in incident-detection monitor. It&rsquo;s an accelerometer that can then tell your phone and send an alert to someone if it detects something gone wrong. There&rsquo;s also an override that appears on the screen to call off the alert.</p> <p>The 820 goes even further. It pairs with Garmin&rsquo;s Varia radar warning system and Garmin&rsquo;s Virb camera. It can talk with ANT+ equipped stationary trainers, too. And  you can upload the data to Garmin Connect, then Strava, or any third-party analysis program</p> <p>It has both a touchscreen and buttons for navigation. The touchscreen has been improved to work in the wet and with gloves.</p> <p>The Edge Explore 820 comes with two standard mounts, an out-front mount, a USB cable, a tether, and paper manuals. As the 820&rsquo;s base uses the same quarter-turn mounting system as other Garmin products, there are a host of ways to attach this Garmin to your bike. The rechargeable lithium-ion battery will last up to fifteen hours on a charge while using the GPS. And when it gets low on battery life, it partially shuts down to keep recording, but the screen mostly turns off.</p>
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