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Recent reviews for this item:
Joe, April 16, 2013 This is a very good product but it is lacking a programmable odometer. That is one thing I wish I had so I could keep track of the miles and if the battery goes dead I could reprogram the odometer.
Troy, January 20, 2013 Great little gps. Does the job and super easy to use. It's
charge, turn on, and it works.
Gregor, September 17, 2012 This is a good compact unit and easy to mount. I cut off a
clip from a cell phone case and attached the spare mount to
it so I can wear it when I ride my unicycle or walk. It
generally finds the satellites very quickly. The plotted
points are not accurate at times and are a bit off the
trail. I am not sure if this is due to the accuracy of the
unit or the plotting software.
BobR, September 4, 2012 I was previously using a Garmin Montana GPS on a bike mount
- nice but big and over kill. This unit gives me the basic
info I need and is light/small and easy to mount. Battery
life exceeds the length of a day, so no fear of running out
until you get to the next electric socket. I like being able
to save and upload trips to the Garmin site and to get a map
track of where I biked. I still carry my GPS in my saddlebag
in case I need it - but the Edge fulfills 95% of my needs