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Find your Edge - Cycling GPS computers

Updated: Nov 9, 2021

A GPS-enabled head unit or cycling computer allows you to monitor and record your cycling data from your sensors in order to better understand your fitness and pace out your efforts. It allows you to understand where you stand in terms of overall form and check your fitness gains in real-time. Starting @ only 5,000,000 VND, Garmin’s Edge series provides more metrics than any enthusiast could ask for.

Our favorite Edge feature is incident detection, which alerts your emergency contacts once it detects that you’ve been in a mishap as well as Strava Live segments that help you push your limits and get that Personal Best. If you’re keen to learn which Edge is best for you, it’s best to come in and speak with us about your expectations from the sport of cycling and we’ll let you know which Edge device will be most ideal for your needs.

Garmin Edge 130 Plus

In short: For the rider that wants a compact unit that doesn't shy on performance but won't leave you feeling short-changed. Price: 5,000,000 VND (Device only) Weight: 33g Battery Life: Up to 12 Hours

Reasons to Buy

+Small size looks great out the front of a bike, feature-packed for its size and price.

Reasons to Avoid

- Screen maybe too small if you like 10 data fields always in view.

- No detailed maps for navigation (Only line maps)

Like the 130, the 130 Plus is a miniature powerhouse, featuring much of the same performance-pushing features, but the Plus now gets

Climb Pro; software that gives you detailed information on upcoming ascents. It pulls the information from your routing which can now sync seamlessly to the 130 Plus from Strava or Komoot.

Garmin has also added an accelerometer to the 130 Plus, which enables incident detection as well as a host of new mountain biking jump metrics.

As well as being able to show you jump length and hang time, the 130 Plus will now also give you Grit and Flow ratings for your trail riding along with Advanced Workouts and Performance Monitoring.

Garmin Edge 530

In short:

For the serious rider that wants all the features but does not mind using buttons instead of a touchscreen. Price:

Unit only: 7.690.000 VND

Sensor Bundle: 9.990.000 VND

Weight: 75.8g

Battery Life: Up to 20 hours


+Intuitive to use

+Access to as much data as you could ever need

+Customizable thanks to Connect IQ


-Size/tactility of buttons-Lack of in-depth navigational features

It's the highest-ranking Garmin 5 series computer, bringing it closest out of the range to the Edge 8 and 10 devices.

Visually, the Edge 530 is very similar to the Edge 830, now exactly the same dimensions, albeit with the addition of side-mounted buttons, and the screen is also the biggest of the 5 series at 2.6", again mirroring the 830.

With all the features of the other Edge 5 series, the 530 also boasts advanced navigational features. with Strava Routes and Komoot preinstalled, you can even upload gaming apps and customized analog data screens should you wish, which of course are strictly to be used when recovering off the bike.

Performance features include a myriad of training metrics and stats, with assistance to decipher them to plan training and progress riding, ClimbPro, and even the ability to set nutrition and hydration alerts throughout a ride.

As expected, there's a wealth of compatibility with the Edge 530, including power meters, smart trainer controls, specific mountain bike features, and a variety of associated remote controls, e.g the Verb camera and Varia light system.

Its battery life comes in at about 20 hours and it uses GPS and GLONASS satellites.

Garmin Edge 830

In short:

A lightweight data gathering performance enhancer with a user-friendly sat-nav