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Edge 830 Bike Computer - Sensor Bundle

4.1808731808731805 out of 5 stars
481 Reviews


Size Chart


Why We Like The Edge 830 Bike Computer Sensor Bundle

Garmin's all-new Edge 830 Bike Computer Bundle wraps the high-tech tracking and mapping ability we loved about the Edge 820 into a package that's the same size as its Edge 530. When paired with the included speed sensor, cadence sensor, and heart rate monitor, the Edge 830 sits unobtrusively in your cockpit, gathering data to guide you through your ride and your fitness regimen.

The Edge 830 includes all the features we loved on the Edge 820 with a host of additions to boost your cycling game. Its full touchscreen is a welcome and user-friendly upgrade from the mixed button/touchscreen system employed on the Edge 520, but the mapping options are what really make this computer shine. It comes with a preloaded Garmin Cycle Map and internal memory for adding more maps if needed. It lets you precisely plan your routes, provides round-trip routing direction to keep you on course and offers up audio prompts via Garmin Connect Mobile so you can keep tabs on your metrics and progress without constantly craning your neck to stare at your stem.

As with the Edge 530, the Edge 830 displays metrics encompassing everything from charting fitness levels to power output and targeted recovery. It also features Strava Live Segments, which means you can now track segments in real time out on the road. The Edge 820's direct connection to Strava gives you a leg up in the battle for K/QOM's with live updates as you ride, simultaneously displaying the stats of your present performance against the current segment holder and your own personal record. The days of getting home and excitedly loading files only to be crushed by the dreaded second place badge next to a coveted segment because you misjudged the endpoint by a handful of meters are over.

In addition to all that shininess, the Edge 830 features ANT+ and WiFi connectivity to pair with your power meter or other metric-gathering devices of choice. It's compatible with Shimano's D-Fly Data Management system, effectively replacing the PRO Scio ANT+ head unit when used with Di2. Additionally, it monitors gearing in other electronic shifting systems via ANT+ and pairs with ANT+ turbo trainers. It performs all the basic computer functions such as speed, trip time, trip distance, and odometer and the GPS and GLONASS compatibility keeps you located no matter where your ride takes you. It automatically uploads to Garmin Connect, syncs with smartphones for notifications, and displays weather information so you're never out of the loop or surprised by changing conditions mid-ride. Lastly, it's battery life is an impressive 20 hours and it works with the Garmin Charge power pack for up to 40 hours of additional battery life.


  • A head unit bundle that charts training and racing metrics
  • Compiles ride data and biometrics in one touchscreen display
  • Full Garmin navigation capabilities for mapping and tracking
  • Live segment tracking and audible route notifications
  • Displays smartphone notifications and weather
  • Compatible with electronic drivetrains and Shimano D-Fly
  • Pairs with ANT+ turbo trainers and included wireless sensors
  • Please see size chart for complete list of technical features
  • Item #GRMF007
Housing Material
Heart Rate Monitor
Technical Features
see size chart
ANT+, WiFi, Bluetooth
Operating System
Bluetooth, ANT+, Wi-Fi
Battery Type
rechargeable lithium-ion
Battery Life
20 hours up to 20 hours with GPS (works with Garmin Charge power pack for up to 40 hours of additional battery life)
Low Battery Indicator
Mount Type
out-front mount, standard mount
out-front mount, standard mount, cadence sensor, speed sensor, heart rate strap,USB cable, Quick Start Manual
50 x 82 x 20mm
Face Size
Claimed Weight
2.8oz (79g)
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year
road, mountain biking

Overall Rating

4 based on 481 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 31 reviews
2 Stars - 29 reviews
3 Stars - 44 reviews
4 Stars - 95 reviews
5 Stars - 282 reviews

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3 out of 5 stars

December 5, 2023

Nice but buggy

Great device but.... it loses connection to my phone randomly and I have to spend at least an hour trying to get it it to reconnect to upload my rides. I'd give it 5 stars if that was fixed.


Originally reviewed on Garmin

5 out of 5 stars

November 30, 2023

Insanely Capable

This is my third Garmin. As I’ve grown as a cyclist I found myself needing more features and capabilities. The Edge 830 is not only a powerhouse of features and capabilities but the layout and intuitiveness of how to use it makes for a very pleasant user experience… greatly improved from previous models. Every time I think up a feature or a display format I think I need, I quickly discover Garmin has though of that and it’s already built in. So far it’s been everything I hoped for and much more. Couldn’t be happier.


Originally reviewed on Garmin

3 out of 5 stars

November 22, 2023

Edge 830

My main complaint which may have nothing to do with Garmin is every time I travel when I get back home the device can't locate satellites.

TEAM Horton

Originally reviewed on Garmin

2 out of 5 stars

November 6, 2023

Easy to customize screen.

When it works great product! But this is the second issue I have had a problem. Didn’t take a charge and then shut ride off in the middle of the ride.There is on section of a road in Jupiter Fl the screen change . Lastly it loose your sensor and have to reconnect them. I think it occurs after a automatic software update. In summary the 830 Garmin is problematic!


Originally reviewed on Garmin

5 out of 5 stars

October 31, 2023

Pretty Cool Bike Computer!

I’ve only used it twice so far but so far so good! Still in the learning curve phase. One thing I noticed last ride was the map would continually pop up every time I crossed a hiking trail (I’m solely a mountain biker) and I needed to touch the screen to get back to my riding stats. It’s probably a setting that can be configured so it doesn’t do this so not worried about it at the moment. Otherwise synched up with my Polar H10 heart monitor easy. It doesn’t seem to connect to WiFi so far. I’ve played with it a bit to try to get it to looking online and trying Garmin Express and other tricks but so far no luck. Seems others have this issue too. I don’t care too much because I bluetooth to my phone and it downloads the rides. Otherwise it holds on the bike great. Love the stats it provides. I have some learning to do what some of them mean like Grit and Flow but otherwise it tracks the map, speed and other features great. I haven’t used the navigation yet so can’t really comment if trails are accurate and up to date. Happy with my purchase so far!


Originally reviewed on Garmin

5 out of 5 stars

October 27, 2023


This is my second one, left first one on on rear bumper, didn’t know what to do without it!!!!! Must have


Originally reviewed on Garmin

3 out of 5 stars

October 24, 2023

Reliable but disappointing

I've been using edge 830 along with my cell phone mounted on my handlebars. I really wanted to use the edge alone but have found that the mapping capabilities are very poor compared to the phone apps such as Komodo and Strava for navigation. It seems the GPS or something in the Garmin often tells me that it's off course when I'm not and the cell phone app doesn't fail in maintaining the course. Besides the navigation issues, the Garmin seems well built and does mostly what it's supposed to do. At this point, I'm wondering if I could have achieved everything that I wanted to do with only the cell phone connecting to my cadence speed and radar tail light without the expense of having bought the Garmin edge 830.


Originally reviewed on Garmin

3 out of 5 stars

October 21, 2023

Not my best experience

I’ve had several different Garmin device from everyday wearables to edge devices and I’ve always been really happy with them. By the time I got the 830 it was amazing I loved it, but not so long after I’ve start facing issues, the very first was that it was no connecting to my wahoo trainer I understand is a different brand (although other Garmins did connect perfectly) so I let it got and use my computer to set my different trainings. Some months ago I’ve start facing the problem that the Garmin would disconnect randomly from my sensors (HR, Speed, cadence, power, etc) but after a while it would reconnect. I made sure the firmware was the last one, change battery in all my sensors but it was the same scenario. It was difficult to sync with the app must of the times to upload my rides. The jump sensor embedded in the Garmin does not always detect the jumps and sometimes detect jumps that I didn’t made, but I can live with that. Until couple of weeks were my Garmin decided not to connect with ANY device (phone, sensor) I would not blame all the company for this and I have friends that have the same device and get no issues. It was just probably me getting the bad luck to get a defective device. Looking forward for my replacement (either a 840 or 1040), but definitely I will continue to be a Garmin user.


Originally reviewed on Garmin

2 out of 5 stars

October 16, 2023

Elevation issues

On my second Garmin and it had the same issues as my last. Doesn’t matter if I do a saved course or just ride. It’ll always be a few thousand feet off on my elevation gain, so it’s nice to plan a course before you ride so you know how much hills you have. Because if you’re doing a blind ride in a new area you’re doomed if you have a lot of hills. This one will show a -12% grade and you’re clearly going uphill not down!


Originally reviewed on Garmin

4 out of 5 stars

October 7, 2023

Love the Customization

I purchased my 830 a couple weeks ago after ordering my new Trek Madone. Its customization of the screens is very nice and integrates well with my bike. The button near my brakes that changes the screens is really cool too. The one thing I wish was different is the data screens are monochrome. (black and white) The unit is capable of color, because the maps are in color. So why there is no color data screen option is a mystery.

Rick R

Originally reviewed on Garmin