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      The new, compact Garmin Edge 200 wireless bike computer brings loads of GPS-based ride data to your fingertips in an easy-to-use and budget-friendly design.

      Garmin Edge 200 Wireless Bike Computer

      The new, compact Garmin Edge 200 wireless bike computer brings loads of GPS-based ride data to your fingertips in an easy-to-use and budget-friendly design.
      • $130.00

      Item # 826163

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      • Provides valuable data bike training, touring, commuting or casual everyday rides, measuring speed, distance, time, calories burned and location
      • Very easy to use: simply affix the included bike mount to a bike handlebar or stem, and then attach the Edge 200; you're ready to roll!
      • Auto Pause feature stops the timer when you�re not moving, then resumes recording data automatically when you�re rolling again
      • Auto Lap automatically starts a new lap once you reach a set point; you can also set alerts for distance, time or calories to make it easier and more fun to achieve your goals
      • Virtual Partner® ups the ante by letting you train against a digital "competitor" on a stored course, indicating your speed relative to past performances
      • It's easy to access up to 130 hrs. of ride data and sort your activities so you can quickly look up the fastest, longest or last ride
      • Garmin Connect website lets you upload ride data online to see the path you traveled on a map, analyze it, share it or view more detail, such as elevation
      • Unit measures 1.9 x 2.7 x .08 in.; display area is 1.2 x 1.4 in., and 128 x 160 pixels; screen is readable in daylight
      • Rechargeable internal lithium ion battery lasts up to 14 hrs. with typical use
      • The Garmin Edge 200 wireless bike computer comes with a low-profile bike mount, USB cable, AC charger and relevant manuals


      Garmin Edge 200 Wireless Bike Computer

      Specification Description
      Best use Cycling
      GPS tracking Yes
      Heart rate display No
      Current speed Yes
      Maximum speed No
      Average speed Yes
      Odometer Yes
      Trip distance Yes
      Auto start/stop Yes
      Stopwatch Yes
      Countdown timer No
      Clock Yes
      Alarm No
      Lap timer Yes
      Cadence No
      Altimeter No
      Exercise log Yes
      Illumination Backlight
      Low battery indicator Yes
      Batteries Lithium ion
      Wireless Yes

      Garmin Edge 200 Wireless Bike Computer

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      Rated 4out of5
      by fromGreat features for a good price on GPS Kudos to REI for being one of the few places you can buy this model of Garmin Edge as of October '11. I miss the bike computers from the late 80's and early 90's that told you two things, speed and distance. They were simple, accurate and dependable. It seems over the past twenty years as manufacturers put more bells and blings on the bike computers, the dependability isn't there anymore. I was tired of setting up computers to only have them last a year or two before things went south. I have heard great things about the Garmin Edge computers, back to the dependable and accurate computers for cyclists. Thing was that I didn't want to spend the $$ for the Edge 500 or 800. The Garmin Edge 200 is back to basics, with a few other features. I finds the satellites really quick, and tracks my rides accurately. The one thing I wish Garmin would have included on this model is the ANT+ ability. It wouldn't have cost more for the manufacturing, and would allow more expansion for this computer. It's useless on a trainer, can't talk to a heart rate strap. But I am happy with this computer even without those capabilities. I have not had any issues at all on the numerous rides I've taken it on.
      Date published: 2011-11-05
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromBicycle Computer with good GPS tracking A great bicycle Computer that does not require wheel size and magnet placement. My major reason for this purchase was to get an easy to use GPS tracking of my rides. The Edge 200, provides the ability for decent mapping (Road or Trails), on most the web sites for mapping & workout recording I have manually uploaded the fit files to test. it acquires satellite faster than the older Edge 500. I run Linux in all my computers, and was quite disappointed there is no Debian software for any Garmin units, no way to check for a Garmin firmware improvements, nor for auto use of the website. Then I was quite surprised there is no Android 2.2 application for my WiFi tablet. Maybe with the $100 Android 4.0 tablets that are about to reach market. My sealed package also did not include instructions, manual or CD/DVD, but that info was easily acquired on-line. My only disappointments in the Edge 200 is lack of Linux or Droid software for Garmin website use, and firmware updating. Garmin's failure to include instructional information in my sealed packaging. No customization of the main screen layout to include the current time of day. I am a casual rider that is in the pedals for about 150/175 miles a week. I have used it for 1,400 miles of riding and I am very happy with its GPS tracking for maping. The edge 200 accurately matches the other Cycling Computers I have checked it against. JR
      Date published: 2011-12-07
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromLots to like in a compact unit My very first Garmin and I love it. Compact and lightweight, it gives me all the data I need. Sure, it doesn't tell me when to turn or what my pulse rate is, but I get a lot of data that's useful, including calories burned and altitudes. The screen is not touch sensitive, but the side buttons are fairly easy to use, though while riding it may get a bit tricky. And the handlebar mount is a bit cheap, though it sure won't rust. Overall, I am very pleased by its accuracy; need to learn more about what it can do with its computer hookup (for storing my data).
      Date published: 2012-02-15
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromWell worth the money It has trouble hooking up the thick forest
      Date published: 2012-04-28
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromAs close to perfect as [$] will get you I am a avid trail/single track rider and this is the first computer I have used for mountain biking. We all know that looking down while riding is not always the best idea, but that's were this comes into play. This will record your ride and you can down load it onto Garmin Connect so you can review your ride. Look at info such as time, miles, avg speed max speed, elevation, map of your ride ect... That alone makes it well worth the little extra you pay over a conventional nongps computer. The screen is well thought out and easy to read, so if you did look down quick it's easy to see your speed and time. I like the fact that there is no speed sensor and magnet to fiddle with, just mount and go. Also, navigating through the files ans features are a simple and painless task. My only gripe is the elevation readings it gives you when reviewing the data on Connect. It will show slightly different elevations from lap to lap on the same trail. But, that's what happens with gps, it's not quite as accurate as berametric readings like the ones you would fine on the Garmin 500. But hey, it's close, so close that it's nothing to get up tight about. Plus, you have $100 in your pocket. I love this 200!
      Date published: 2012-05-21
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromGPS on a budget Relitivly inexpensive upgrade to GPS from my old wired bike computer.
      Date published: 2012-06-07
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromgood product It's a little inaccurate at times when you set up courses, it says your off course when your not. Besides that you get a lot of info to upload and review.
      Date published: 2012-06-27
      Rated 4out of5
      by fromGarmin Edge 200 Sure I will use this on a bike, the mounting is simple for a bike. I really like it for inline skate training, but I am still working on a mounting system that I like. It works very well for skating, and the Garmin Connect feature that maps everything out and lets you print or save it is excellent and fun. Very nice device for a modest price.
      Date published: 2012-08-14

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