We've picked out the best deals on Garmin kit from all of the big retailers

There are a lot of different cycle computers on the market, but by far the most popular are those made by American brand Garmin. For cyclists the Edge range of computers is the most popular choice, with each model being specifically designed for riding, while multi-sport athletes will be more interested in the company’s range of watches.

>>> Cycle computers: a complete buyer’s guide

We’ve trawled the internet to find the best deals on the most popular models from the Edge range, as well as a few bargains that are currently available on watches, activity trackers, and accessories.

Cycling computers

Garmin Edge 20

Garmin Edge 20

>>> Read our full review of the Garmin Edge 20 here

The Garmin Edge 20 is definitely the one for those who have just entered the world of cycling and aren’t caught up in heart rate readings, or power sensors.

Small and light, it fits atop your stem perfectly and gives you basic data readings such as distance, speed, average speed, time, calories and cadence. It’s simple, easy to use and won’t break the bank.

>>> Buy now at Wiggle for £84.99 (reduced from £109.99)

Garmin Edge 25

Garmin Edge 25

>>> Read our full review of the Garmin Edge 25 here

While it might look identical to the Garmin Edge 20, the 25 takes the tech a level up by introducing bluetooth and ANT+ connectivity.

This means you can now connect your phone to the device as well as heart rate monitors and power sensors.

>>> Buy now at Chain Reaction Cycles for £94.99 (reduced from £139.99)

Garmin Edge Touring Plus

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The Garmin Edge Touring Plus model can track road, mountain biking and cycle touring activities. It comes with pre-loaded maps and can give turn-by-turn directions on routes.

It can even plan routes for you when you’re on the go so it’s the perfect device for cycling in new areas.

What’s more, it’s compatible with a heart rate sensor so it can be a bit of a performance pusher, too.

>>> Buy now at Chain Reaction Cycles for £167.99 (reduced from £249.99)

 

Garmin Edge 520

Garmin edge 520

>>> Read our full review of the Garmin Edge 520 here

One of Garmin’s true performance pushers, it has an array of performance and fitness features such as Vo2 Max assessments as well as power monitoring.

For the real competitive riders though, the live Strava segments will be the true selling point. The computer will inform you when one is about to start so you can challenge for that KoM.

>>> Buy now at Wiggle for £205.74 (reduced from £279.99)

 

Garmin Edge Explore 820

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The Garmin Edge Explore 820 with billed as the performance pushing, ultimate touring computer.

Not only does it have GPS and GLONASS (advanced GPS) but it can also give you turn-by-turn navigation.

With a claimed 15 hours of battery, it should keep going for as long as you do, never leaving you in the lurch.

However, if you fancy the newest Garmin available then check out the Garmin Edge 820.

>>> Buy now at Wiggle for £249.99 (reduced from £299.99)

Garmin Edge 1000 performance bundle for £379.99

Read more: Garmin Edge 1000 review

Get everything you need in one tidy bundle.

In the box you’ll get mounts, speed and cadence sensors and a premium heart rate monitor.

Buy now: Garmin Edge 1000 performance bundle from Evans Cycles for £379.99 (down from £549.99)

 

Watches & Activity Trackers

What happens if you don’t fancy a chunky cycling computer weighing down your bike? Then perhaps an activity monitoring watch could be the way to go.

These can also be the perfect 3-in-1 choice if you dabble in running or swimming but still want to boost your performance. Here’s some good deals on Garmin smart watches:

Garmin Fenix 3 with integrated heart rate monitor

The Garmin Fenix 3 is one of Garmin’s do-it-all devices.

Whether you’re running, swimming, hiking or cycling it can track your activity.

>>> Buy now at Evans Cycles for £298.99 (reduced from £429)

Garmin Vivoactive (HRM optional)

vivoactive_3600x2400_300dpi.0The Garmin Vivoactive is a great watch for those who do it all. It can measure running, swimming, cycling, indoor cycling and even golf. It’s compatible with ANT+ sensors too, so you can use it to push your performance.

What’s more, thanks to the Garmin Store you can download a load of different apps to customise the watch to how you want.

>>> Buy now from Chain Reaction Cycles for £139.99 (reduced from £189.99)

However, if you want to save a bit of time and get stuck straight into pushing your performance then you can buy the Vivoactive with a HRM.

>>> Buy now at Chain Reaction Cycles for £157.99 (reduced from £229.99)

Accessories

Garmin Premium Heart Rate Monitor

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A heart rate monitor is the easiest way to get serious about training. This is because using specific heart rate zones is a much more efficient way to train.

This model comes with a soft strap to maximise comfort and will be compatible with any other ANT+ compatible Garmin’s you own.

>>> Buy now at Chain Reaction Cycles for £38.49 (reduced from £49.99)

Garmin Speed/Cadence Sensor

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>>> Buy now at Amazon for £46.99 (reduced from £59.99)

Speed and cadence sensors are the next step up the performance ladder. These give a boat load of data to your devices screen, letting you know when to put the hammer down.

Sensors such as these open up a whole new world of data analysis, meaning there’s finally something to do on those long cold winter evenings!

Garmin out-front bike mount for £19.98

Velochampion Garmin Mount

Buy now: Garmin out-front bike mount from Wiggle for £19.98 (down from £29.99)

Believe us when we say how much of a difference having your Garmin mounted out front can make when riding.

The locking mechanism keeps the computer secure so you know it is in safe hands.

  • Arthur Jackson

    If, like me, you use your Garmin device for navigation and have purchased maps from Garmin, you will be in for a shock if you decide to upgrade. Garmin’s map licence means you will have to buy your maps again. Unfair in my view!