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You can select any given route option to get a map overview: Additionally, you can click to see the elevation profile of the route: There are a number of settings around routing and navigation within the options (applicable to round trip routing and generic routing), including how the unit routes and whether it, for example, minimizes routes with hills.Next up we have navigation to nearby points of interest (POI’s).And, since this item is more than , you get free US shipping as well.Garmin Edge Touring (See dropdown to select normal or Pro variant)Additionally, you can also use Amazon to purchase the unit (all colors shown after clicking through to the left) or accessories (though, no discount).You can customize and create your own comparison table using the ‘Product Comparison Calculator’ feature on the sidebar.Also, remember to click the ‘expand’ button at the bottom of the table to see all one gazillion rows of features.Today (well, technically last night, just barely) Garmin announced the latest addition to their bike computer lineup – the Garmin Touring.
The Edge 810 is less than 8 months old (announced early January 2013, available later that month).
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There are two variants of the unit: Edge Touring (standard): 9US Edge Touring Plus: 9US – adds ANT HR support, ANT e Bike support, and the barometric altimeter Ultimately, the Edge Touring is physically an Edge 800 hardware unit (thus, has the same battery life, screen size, etc…) with different firmware on it.
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I’ll dive into some hands-on time here in a moment, but it’s probably useful to point out that if you’re looking for an Edge 500/510/800/810 replacement, this isn’t it. These tours are incredibly popular in Europe, though in the states they are pretty limited (as in, basically none).