Save $50 on a Garmin Edge 130 Plus GPS Cycling Computer

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We have some great GPS options for driving and walking, so we’ll always know how to get to our destination. But what if you’re riding a bike? Using your phone or a Smartwatch isn’t very safe, and bikes don’t have built-in GPS. A great solution is the Garmin Edge 130 Plus GPS Cycling Computer. Not only will it provide you with GPS functioning, it will also display health stats, incident detection, and trick stats.

The cycling computer has a rugged design with a 1.8″ display that can be easily read in sunlight and lowlight conditions. It uses multiple satellite systems (GPS, GLONASS, and Galileo) for the times o GPS alone isn’t enough. You’ll also get altitude stats with a built-in altimeter.

Deal Garmin Edge 130 Plus Device

Sync your workouts from your Garmin Connect account, as well as other accounts, to the Garmin Edge 130 Plus GPS Cycling Computer. Also see your scheduled training and launch into your upcoming workout seamlessly. Share your love of cycling via social media. Dynamic performance insights, such as VO2 max, heart rate, and more can be displayed as well, though the heart rate data requires a compatible sensor. Pair the device with a rearview radar and lights for better nighttime riding.

Your location can be automatically sent to emergency contacts if an incident is detected when the cycling computer is paired with a compatible smartphone. This will also allow texts and alerts to be delivered to the display. Even more stats are available when downloaded from the Connect IQ Store.

Take $50 off the price of this cycling computer and pay just $149.99. Pay $199.99 to add sensors for heart rate and more.

Garmin Edge 130 Plus GPS Cycling Computer

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One comment

  1. Garmin has been tagging humans for years now. My insurance provided me with a Garmin Vivofit 4 for free. It would be idiotic to wear such a tracking device voluntarily. The Vivofit sits in its unopened box on my desk. I’ve tried to sell it on Craigslist, but unsurprisingly nobody seems to be interested in it. Carefully read the “Garmin Connect” privacy policy and ask yourself if it’s really a good idea to use any device that automatically connects to it and uploads personal data about yourself to it. “Your privacy is important to us.” Yeah, important because they want to violate it as much as possible.

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