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  • Speed, cadence and heart-rate monitors offer a very accurate picture of your ride for analysis and training; GPS records distance, ascent descent, grade and more
  • Compete against yourself and others using Garmin Connect™ segments and see real-time results, including alerts for segment start and finish, and leaderboard rankings
  • Receive alerts for incoming calls, emails and text messages when paired with your smartphone and Garmin Connect Mobile app; instantly share your ride details via social media
  • Connect features allow you to send and receive course details, live tracking, social media sharing, weather and more
  • Bike-specific maps preloaded in Edge 1000 make it easy to get from point A to point B and back again; simply search for points of interest for turn-by-turn directions
  • Choose between cycling, touring and mountain biking modes to calculate the most appropriate route, taking you on paved roads, unpaved roads or on paths and trails
  • With round-trip routing, you can tell the Edge 1000 how far you'd like to ride and then choose from up to 3 ride options that will bring you back to where you started
  • User-friendly interface makes it easy to plan rest stops or to stop at cyclist-specific points of interest such bathrooms, cafes or full-service bike shops
  • Large 3 in. color touch screen displays info in an easily accessible and navigable format; touch screen is resistive, so you can still use it with gloves or in wet conditions
  • Touch-screen display adjusts automatically in low light
  • Unit measures 4.4 x 2.3 x .8 in.; display area is 3 in. diag. (2.6 x 1.5 in.), and 240 x 40 pixels; screen is readable in daylight
  • Low-profile, tool-free bike mount attaches easily to your stem or handlebar and can be removed or switched to another bike easily
  • Rechargeable internal lithium ion battery lasts up to 17 hrs. with typical use; recharge with included USB cable
  • Water resistant to IPX7 standards (one meter of water for 30 min.)
  • The Garmin Edge 1000 Bundle bike computer comes with bike mount, USB cable, pre-loaded maps, speed sensor, cadence sensor, heart rate monitor, tether and quick start manual

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Specs

Best Use Cycling
GPS Tracking Yes
Current Speed Yes
Maximum Speed Yes
Average Speed Yes
Odometer Yes
Trip Distance Yes
Auto Start/Stop Yes
Countdown Timer Yes
Clock Yes
Lap Timer Yes
Cadence Yes
Dual Bike Memory Yes
Altimeter Pressure-based
Temperature Yes
HRM Included/Integrated Yes
Target Zone Indicator Yes
High/Low Target Heart Rate Yes
Exercise Log Yes
Illumination Backlight
Smart Device Notifications Yes
Low Battery Indicator Yes
Batteries Lithium ion
Battery Life 17 hours
Wireless Yes
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well with software update I was nervous about upgrading my 705 after reading most of the reviews. Unfortunately, my 705 kept crashing when I was loading the STP- Seattle to Portland route so I made the purchase. The Edge 1000 loaded the course in about 5 seconds and worked flawlessly the entire 200 miles. The battery lasts about 8 hours. It seems as thought they worked out the bugs in the last update and I was very happy with the new features.
Date published: 2014-07-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Decent Computer, Extreme Price I bought this as an upgrade from my Suunto sports watch. It was really nice at first, but as i started using it, it began glitching out. A few times I would be at the end of a 100 mile training ride, it would stop working, and my workout would be deleted. It was very frustrating for spending $700, the same price as many smartphones. When it worked, which was most of the time, it was great, but for the price it should work perfectly.
Date published: 2015-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Bike Computer! I recently purchased this computer and was very skeptical about getting it because of all of older bad reviews. I decided to make the purchase because of the REI employee reminding me if I didn't like it I could always return it with the REI satisfaction guarantee. Glad I took the chance. I am not a tech geek and it was amazingly simple to setup and customize to my layout. In the bundle the HR monitor, Speed censor, & cadence sensor already come programed. Literally pull it out the box, charge it, and mount everything on the bike. Extremely simple to install & set up. Only a few rides under my belt with it, but so far it works perfect. A bit on the pricey side but worth the expense.
Date published: 2017-04-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible experiences Don't buy I purchased my Edge 1000 GPS bundle in November for my retirement with the goal of riding across the US. Had minor issues at first, map downloads and mileage varied after trip was over versus course when set up on computer. I liked a lot of it’s options and the ability to adjust screen options to suit your needs. Then my trek began, nothing but trouble. 1> Map would frequently advise you that you were off course, over time I figured out that it had lost it’s gps signal. However prior to that I would ride around to try and get back on course, then have to reset my destination as the computer was lost. 2> Problem two, you would get to a turn that it told you turn on and when you got to the intersection it stated you were off course, so you turn back go the other way. After going all 4 directions including back the way I came it would still state off course. So I would reset the destination. Did this many times and wasted a lot of my time sitting on the side of the road trying to figure things out. I solved this by leaving my computer screen to the turn by turn navigation, looking at my distances and calculating when the turn should be, remembering the street name and turning no matter what. So I could not use speed, cadence, heart rate etc. 3> I typed in exact addresses and street number and city using the onboard destination function and the Garmin couldn’t find major museums and battlefields. Ended up using phone gps, problem being I was still 4 hours of riding away from my destination, lot of data and battery drainage. FYI, after calling Garmin they stated use search all and don’t put in exact data. 4> The distances calculated on their mapping program garmin connect were frequently wrong, the distance you had to travel was much greater, really threw off hydration, nutrition and times to visit museums, etc. Three days in a row using their destination point from the gps the stated distance from beginning of ride to completed distance was 20 miles off twice and more than that once. Ridiculous. When fully packed self-contained that is a significant difference. 5> Three times over a 4 day period I set my destination on the edge 1000 and it sent me to dead end streets, one a private road of gravel with two plus miles to reach the road they wanted me to turn on. Another was completely overgrown with trees and bushes, would of needed a chainsaw to get through, the third was again gravel and had a chain across the road stating road closed, ten mile backtrack on that one. This also happened to me prior to my ride in Washington when it ran me to a dead end road 3 miles down a road with no outlets. 6> Frequently takes you on side streets out of the way and 4 blocks later puts you back on the same street, many times you climb hills or hit multiple stop signs and you could have gone straight without hills. 7> Not so much a problem just a heads up. The routing takes you on back roads away from cars, nice, however it also took me away from any source of water or food for over four hours at a time on two occasions, so be self-sustaining. I called Garmin to advise them of the issue, they used google maps to get me back on route called it old school, huh it worked. I again used my phone data because I wasn’t going to sit on the phone for hours for turn by turn navigation from the technician. He promised to look into my issues and to call me back on Monday as this was Friday near their closing time. Never heard from him again. -I called again and advised them of the issue of it sending me to a dead end street again today. I had already reset my destination as it had lost it’s way. It told me it was 69 miles to my destination after I had traveled 75 miles I ran into a completely overgrown street, there was no more road. I googled my destination on my phone and I still had over 20 miles to go. My original destination said it was 91 miles I ended up going 131 total miles that day instead of their stated 91 miles, that is significantly off. -I called again and asked for a supervisor, I advised him of my issues and he said he wanted to help. I advised him I was going across country solo and bought the edge 1000 just for the trip. He said he wanted to help and gave me directions. He further stated that there was not much he could do without me connecting to a computer, funny mine is only 3,000 miles away. I advised him I was laying up in Nashville for a week of vacation with my wife so that gives them an opportunity to help me, find me a computer and run the data to see what is wrong and fix it. Guess what, he never called as promised. So would I recommend you to buy a Garmin Edge 1000 no way. Way too many issues, didn’t do what I needed it to do and what I purchased it for. A regular computer, $300 cheaper will fit your needs or find a different brand. Avid cyclist.
Date published: 2015-07-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A very good bike computer I got the 1000 to replace the 800. The 1000 is a big improvement and worth the money... but... My only complaint is that it does not allow you to track mileage on different bikes. For the money it should! It seems like this is just a software upgrade. Garmin should correct this oversight so its customers won't have to go to an out source to track mileage.
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Device ! Excellent reliable tool, route back to start feature is priceless, discovered some great new routes from my home I would not have considered, Overall confidence in its mapping capabilities and its quality are extremely high, this product has allowed me to really enjoy cycling and extend my boundaries.
Date published: 2016-01-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Tech Head Love it. The ability to add sensors, heart rate monitor, cadence, power meters, DI2 all in one computer is awesome. Love looking at the stats and graphs in Garmin connect. Already familiar with Connect as I use it with my Fennix 3.
Date published: 2016-08-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Bike Computer Ever REI only sells quality equipment. This is the best bike computer I've purchased. Over the past ten years I've owned the Garmin 305 and 705 and now the 1000 each unit has been used many time under adverse conditions and took a licking and kept on ticking.
Date published: 2016-01-09
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Does the bundle comes with both the standard and out-front mounts?

Asked by: Babycannondale
Yes, this bundle is packaged with 2 mounts; standard and out-front.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-09-05

Can it Bluetooth upload maps?!?

Asked by: StacieH
If you have maps/courses loaded on to your smartphone, it is possible to push those maps/courses to the device via Garmin Connect.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-11

Would a Garmin Edge 1000 and a Garmin heart rate sensor HRM2-SS work?

Asked by: Ramrod8
​The Garmin HRM2 chest strap is compatible with the Edge 1000 computer.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-17

I am looking to go cross country starting in May 2017 using the Tran-America Trail.  Does the Garmin 1000 have the maps loaded in for this trip?

Asked by: Wish-Across-America
Yes, this bike computer gives you on-road or off-road navigation and points of interest with preloaded Garmin Cycle Map. Maps can also be viewed via OpenStreet, which is a free community sourced map set.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-10

Which Preloaded maps does the Garmin edge 1000 come with?

Asked by: workstinx
Along with in-ride challenges and connected features, Edge 1000 offers advanced bike-specific navigation and mapping capabilities. The preloaded Garmin Cycle Map includes OSM (Open Street Map) content with routable road and bike paths, elevation data, points of interest and address search. Mapping data is stored onboard the Edge, so your access to navigation and performance capabilities isn’t dependent on cell coverage, and map updates are free. 
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-11-29

Hello there Do the built-in maps cover countries outside the US and Canada e.g. Europe and South America. If not how would you download these?  Would it work as your route finding method for cycle friendly routes in Europe? e.g. your map source. Stuart

Asked by: RickyRoad
Open Street Maps has maps and routes all over the world. Check their web site for more information.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-06-11
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well with software update I was nervous about upgrading my 705 after reading most of the reviews. Unfortunately, my 705 kept crashing when I was loading the STP- Seattle to Portland route so I made the purchase. The Edge 1000 loaded the course in about 5 seconds and worked flawlessly the entire 200 miles. The battery lasts about 8 hours. It seems as thought they worked out the bugs in the last update and I was very happy with the new features.
Date published: 2014-07-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Decent Computer, Extreme Price I bought this as an upgrade from my Suunto sports watch. It was really nice at first, but as i started using it, it began glitching out. A few times I would be at the end of a 100 mile training ride, it would stop working, and my workout would be deleted. It was very frustrating for spending $700, the same price as many smartphones. When it worked, which was most of the time, it was great, but for the price it should work perfectly.
Date published: 2015-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Bike Computer! I recently purchased this computer and was very skeptical about getting it because of all of older bad reviews. I decided to make the purchase because of the REI employee reminding me if I didn't like it I could always return it with the REI satisfaction guarantee. Glad I took the chance. I am not a tech geek and it was amazingly simple to setup and customize to my layout. In the bundle the HR monitor, Speed censor, & cadence sensor already come programed. Literally pull it out the box, charge it, and mount everything on the bike. Extremely simple to install & set up. Only a few rides under my belt with it, but so far it works perfect. A bit on the pricey side but worth the expense.
Date published: 2017-04-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible experiences Don't buy I purchased my Edge 1000 GPS bundle in November for my retirement with the goal of riding across the US. Had minor issues at first, map downloads and mileage varied after trip was over versus course when set up on computer. I liked a lot of it’s options and the ability to adjust screen options to suit your needs. Then my trek began, nothing but trouble. 1> Map would frequently advise you that you were off course, over time I figured out that it had lost it’s gps signal. However prior to that I would ride around to try and get back on course, then have to reset my destination as the computer was lost. 2> Problem two, you would get to a turn that it told you turn on and when you got to the intersection it stated you were off course, so you turn back go the other way. After going all 4 directions including back the way I came it would still state off course. So I would reset the destination. Did this many times and wasted a lot of my time sitting on the side of the road trying to figure things out. I solved this by leaving my computer screen to the turn by turn navigation, looking at my distances and calculating when the turn should be, remembering the street name and turning no matter what. So I could not use speed, cadence, heart rate etc. 3> I typed in exact addresses and street number and city using the onboard destination function and the Garmin couldn’t find major museums and battlefields. Ended up using phone gps, problem being I was still 4 hours of riding away from my destination, lot of data and battery drainage. FYI, after calling Garmin they stated use search all and don’t put in exact data. 4> The distances calculated on their mapping program garmin connect were frequently wrong, the distance you had to travel was much greater, really threw off hydration, nutrition and times to visit museums, etc. Three days in a row using their destination point from the gps the stated distance from beginning of ride to completed distance was 20 miles off twice and more than that once. Ridiculous. When fully packed self-contained that is a significant difference. 5> Three times over a 4 day period I set my destination on the edge 1000 and it sent me to dead end streets, one a private road of gravel with two plus miles to reach the road they wanted me to turn on. Another was completely overgrown with trees and bushes, would of needed a chainsaw to get through, the third was again gravel and had a chain across the road stating road closed, ten mile backtrack on that one. This also happened to me prior to my ride in Washington when it ran me to a dead end road 3 miles down a road with no outlets. 6> Frequently takes you on side streets out of the way and 4 blocks later puts you back on the same street, many times you climb hills or hit multiple stop signs and you could have gone straight without hills. 7> Not so much a problem just a heads up. The routing takes you on back roads away from cars, nice, however it also took me away from any source of water or food for over four hours at a time on two occasions, so be self-sustaining. I called Garmin to advise them of the issue, they used google maps to get me back on route called it old school, huh it worked. I again used my phone data because I wasn’t going to sit on the phone for hours for turn by turn navigation from the technician. He promised to look into my issues and to call me back on Monday as this was Friday near their closing time. Never heard from him again. -I called again and advised them of the issue of it sending me to a dead end street again today. I had already reset my destination as it had lost it’s way. It told me it was 69 miles to my destination after I had traveled 75 miles I ran into a completely overgrown street, there was no more road. I googled my destination on my phone and I still had over 20 miles to go. My original destination said it was 91 miles I ended up going 131 total miles that day instead of their stated 91 miles, that is significantly off. -I called again and asked for a supervisor, I advised him of my issues and he said he wanted to help. I advised him I was going across country solo and bought the edge 1000 just for the trip. He said he wanted to help and gave me directions. He further stated that there was not much he could do without me connecting to a computer, funny mine is only 3,000 miles away. I advised him I was laying up in Nashville for a week of vacation with my wife so that gives them an opportunity to help me, find me a computer and run the data to see what is wrong and fix it. Guess what, he never called as promised. So would I recommend you to buy a Garmin Edge 1000 no way. Way too many issues, didn’t do what I needed it to do and what I purchased it for. A regular computer, $300 cheaper will fit your needs or find a different brand. Avid cyclist.
Date published: 2015-07-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A very good bike computer I got the 1000 to replace the 800. The 1000 is a big improvement and worth the money... but... My only complaint is that it does not allow you to track mileage on different bikes. For the money it should! It seems like this is just a software upgrade. Garmin should correct this oversight so its customers won't have to go to an out source to track mileage.
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Device ! Excellent reliable tool, route back to start feature is priceless, discovered some great new routes from my home I would not have considered, Overall confidence in its mapping capabilities and its quality are extremely high, this product has allowed me to really enjoy cycling and extend my boundaries.
Date published: 2016-01-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Tech Head Love it. The ability to add sensors, heart rate monitor, cadence, power meters, DI2 all in one computer is awesome. Love looking at the stats and graphs in Garmin connect. Already familiar with Connect as I use it with my Fennix 3.
Date published: 2016-08-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Bike Computer Ever REI only sells quality equipment. This is the best bike computer I've purchased. Over the past ten years I've owned the Garmin 305 and 705 and now the 1000 each unit has been used many time under adverse conditions and took a licking and kept on ticking.
Date published: 2016-01-09
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Questions & Answers

Does the bundle comes with both the standard and out-front mounts?

Asked by: Babycannondale
Yes, this bundle is packaged with 2 mounts; standard and out-front.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-09-05

Can it Bluetooth upload maps?!?

Asked by: StacieH
If you have maps/courses loaded on to your smartphone, it is possible to push those maps/courses to the device via Garmin Connect.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-11

Would a Garmin Edge 1000 and a Garmin heart rate sensor HRM2-SS work?

Asked by: Ramrod8
​The Garmin HRM2 chest strap is compatible with the Edge 1000 computer.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-17

I am looking to go cross country starting in May 2017 using the Tran-America Trail.  Does the Garmin 1000 have the maps loaded in for this trip?

Asked by: Wish-Across-America
Yes, this bike computer gives you on-road or off-road navigation and points of interest with preloaded Garmin Cycle Map. Maps can also be viewed via OpenStreet, which is a free community sourced map set.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-10

Which Preloaded maps does the Garmin edge 1000 come with?

Asked by: workstinx
Along with in-ride challenges and connected features, Edge 1000 offers advanced bike-specific navigation and mapping capabilities. The preloaded Garmin Cycle Map includes OSM (Open Street Map) content with routable road and bike paths, elevation data, points of interest and address search. Mapping data is stored onboard the Edge, so your access to navigation and performance capabilities isn’t dependent on cell coverage, and map updates are free. 
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-11-29

Hello there Do the built-in maps cover countries outside the US and Canada e.g. Europe and South America. If not how would you download these?  Would it work as your route finding method for cycle friendly routes in Europe? e.g. your map source. Stuart

Asked by: RickyRoad
Open Street Maps has maps and routes all over the world. Check their web site for more information.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-06-11
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