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garmin edge 200

The Garmin Edge 200 may have been usurped by the Edge 20, but still offers decent value, and is compact and easy to use if you're new to cycling computers.

£109.99
Score 8

Garmin Edge 20

The Edge 20 is Garmin’s truly entry level cycling GPS device. It is fair to say it is aimed at riders that are new to using cycling computers or those…

£109.99
Score 9

Garmin Edge 25

The Garmin Edge 25 is primarily aimed at cyclists who are new to using GPS devices. For example, riders who are mainly concerned with time, distance, speed, GPS position and…

£139.99
Score 9

Garmin Epix watch

The Epix is a good addition to Garmin’s vast range of GPS devices. As you would expect with a device developed for multisport athletes the Epix is a watch rather…

£419.99
Score 8

Garmin-Edge-1000

Merely by switching on the 1000, it becomes clear that Garmin has taken a big step forward. We love that the buttons are more tactile, the touch-screen is more sensitive…

£439.00
Score 9

K-Edge-Garmin-Edge-mount

Beautifully crafted, the latest Garmin mount from K Edge is a class act. The twin bolt design is a doddle to fit to a 31.8mm bar and clamps down snugly.…

£39.99
Score 8

Garmin Edge 810

Mike Hawkins takes the Garmin Edge 810 for a 100 miles later...

£379.99
Score 9

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We have previously discussed the main functions of the Garmin 705 but having now tried it paired up with an Ant+ compatible PowerTap we thought it deserved a bit of…

£329.99
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Review of the Garmin 705, a bike-specific GPS device and cycle computer

£359.99
Score 10