|商品尺寸||14.2 x 9.19 x 6.78 cm; 22.68 克|
|功能用途||动态性能见解;训练峰值结构化锻炼, GPS、GLONASS 和 Galileo 导航;MTB 动态信息|
|型号 / 款式||010-02385-00|
|包装清单||Edge 130 Plus,安装硬件,USB线,文档|
GARMIN 佳明 Edge®130 Plus，GPS自行车计算机，下载结构锻炼，ClimbPro步调指导等（010-02385-00）
Garmin Edge 130 Plus, GPS Cycling/Bike Computer, Download Structure Workouts, ClimbPro Pacing Guidance and More (010-02385-00)
- 简化、坚固设计,1.8 英寸显示屏,在阳光下或光线不足条件下清晰易读
- 通过从 Garmin Connect 应用程序或其他应用程序(包括TrainingPeaks 和 TrainerRoad )将结构化的室内或室外锻炼同步到设备,获得训练指导
- 通过动态性能洞察(如 VO2 大和心率(与兼容的心率监测器搭配)改善您的,并使用 ClimbPro 功能管理您在艰难上升时所做的努力。
- 骑行意识功能让亲人安心;通过GPS、GLONASS 和 Galileo 卫星和高度计的实时位置发送到紧急联系人(与兼容的心率监视器配对时),了解您骑了多远、快速、硬和高点。通过山地自行车动力追踪跳线计数、跳跃距离和挂断时间。随时随地进行训练。 ant，这要归功于与 Tacx 室内运动鞋(即将推出)。电池寿命(电池寿命可能因使用情况而异):长达 12 小时
- Simplified, rugged design with 1.8” display that’s crisp and easy to read in sunlight or low-light conditions
- Get training guidance by syncing structured indoor or outdoor workouts to your device from the Garmin Connect app or other apps, including TrainingPeaks and TrainerRoad
- Improve your fitness with dynamic performance insights such as VO2 max and heart rate (when paired with a compatible heart rate monitor), and manage your efforts during tough ascents with the ClimbPro feature
- Know where you’ve been, where you’re headed and how to get back to start with turn prompts and a breadcrumb map
- Cycling awareness features give loved ones peace of mind; get incident detection and assistance — which both send your real-time location to emergency contacts (when paired with a compatible heart rate monitor)
- Know how far, fast, hard and high you’ve ridden with data from GPS, GLONASS and Galileo satellites and an altimeter
- Track jump count, jump distance and hang time with mountain bike dynamics
- Train when and where you want, thanks to compatibility with Tacx indoor trainers (coming soon)
- Battery life (Battery life may vary depending on usage): up to 12 hours
Edge 130 Plus 让每次骑行数数。 这款小巧的 GPS 自行车电脑显示您骑行的距离和速度。 同步结构化的锻炼与您的设备配对,配合室内训练器,让您的户外骑行在室内(即将到来)。 Edge 130 Plus 甚至可以通过使用 ClimbPro 功能来帮助您在小山里骑行时的努力，记录剩余的上升。 由于它是GPS,您总能知道您要去哪里以及如何通过可靠的导航工具返回。 它甚至具有事故检测和帮助功能,在您需要帮助时将实时位置发送到紧急联系人(与兼容的智能手机配对)。
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1. Ability to customize the display and show all and only the parameters useful to me (speed, distance, ride time, time of day, total ascent, total descent)
2. Ability to display notifications from my phone (text, whatsapp, incoming calls)
3. Ability to load a GPX track and follow it (basic navigation), useful if you're trying a new trail you have seen on Trailforks or Strava, or a friend shared with you.
Overall I'm happy with the purchase, it does what I need, but I took away 2 stars for the following reasons:
1. Price. Yes it does more than the other GPS units I mentioned, but it does cost 4-5 times more. The Edge 130 is definitely overpriced at $200.
2. Complexity. Sometimes, more is not better. I have no use of all the fitness functions, like schedule, workouts, racing segments, training calendars, VO2 Max, recovery time, IQ features, hydration, heart rate zones, power zones, challenges, health stats, performance stats, courses, segments, laps, and so on... they simply add complexity in the menus of the device and - particularly - in the app. At the very least, give us the option to completely hide/disable those functions. I do acknowledge that for some people these are important features, but I think they are overkill on a small unit like this.
3. User interface / buttons. For whatever reason, they are not intuitive. It's also a consequence of having too many options, but the basic functionalities (start/pause/stop/save) should ALL require 1 push of a button, not more. Example: to start a ride you need turn on the unit, then press the start button once, confirm or select the ride type (Road/Commuting/Mountain, etc) then press again to start the clock. Another example: to save a ride, you press the start/stop button, then scroll down to Save Ride and press again. Last example: to turn it off, you need to press the power button, then again confirm power off. How about using long press a shortcut? Long press start = start a ride with the previous settings. Long press stop = save the ride. Long press power = power off. It's not that complicated, is it???
4. No user-replaceable battery.
[UPDATE 04/26/2021] I've been using the Edge 130 for a while now, and decided to add back 1 star. It works really well, and buttons are starting to make sense. Navigation is excellent, despite the small screen: I create my courses in an external GPX editor, import them into Garmin Connect and finally load them on the Edge (I do all this on a Windows PC, with the Edge connected via USB). When you're following a course, you can zoom in/out and the unit will keep that zoom level for the entire ride. This is very useful for mountain biking, as the default zoom level doesn't provide nearly enough detail when you're on a trail.
Back to 3 stars. The Courses page on the Edge 130, for some mysterious reason, cuts the course names after 16-17 characters, instead of using the full width of the (already small) screen. If you have several courses, it becomes difficult to distinguish them if the names are cut short, so you need count the characters when you name your courses, and resort to abbreviations (e.g. "Blk Mtn 2 Hdgs - S" instead of "Black Mountain to Lake Hodges - Short". End of the world? No. Annoying? A bit, yes.
I reached Garmin Support and - long story short - I could not get them to move from the "it works as intended" response, which of course completely misses the fact that, the way it was intended does not really work well.
I suggested to use the full width of the screen (duh) and possibly to add right-to-left scrolling when a course is highlighted, so that even longer names could be displayed in full. Nothing, it was like speaking to a wall.
Another thing that I hate is that if you have auto-power off enabled it will power off DURING A RECORDING if you leave the bike sitting for a few minutes and then wont power back on when you start moving. It makes the auto-power off completely useless and juggling the poor battery life even harder.
I mainly got this for the live segments but even that is useless because of the poorly thought out usability. I wanted to know what my time was on the last segment but the screen with the results pops up for such a short time (2-3 seconds max) it's unsafe/impossible to see them while riding, and theres no data screen with a history showing what you got. If they would just add a simple history page then maybe people could actually use this feature.
Overall I really like it. By the way, I had a pretty good crash a couple weeks ago. The screen got a little knicked up but the computer works perfectly fine.
The only item I look at while charging down a trail or up a hill is my heart rate, and the display allows you to arrange your preferred items in the most readable positions on the screen. The HR strap is comfortable and reliable; you get lots of HR zone data automatically loaded into your apps after every ride. The display tells you your recovery time at the end of each ride, which I like very much.
It picks up a GPS signal better than my Samsung S8, so no more lost ride data.
It comes with two mounts, which are nice if you want to use it on another bike, or if you use the HRM on an exercise bike. The small size is nice to stuff in your pocket for a run, hike or trip to the gym.
Battery life is decent, I get several rides between charges.
The small screen may not be as fashionable as the modern bike computers that look like mini smart phones, but I'm generally more focused on the trail during MTB rides.
All the vital functions are there, making it an excellent overall value. I highly recommend this unit for people who think they want only a minimalist GPS computer with a HRM to use as a backup for Strava. It does everything you think you need it to do, plus the apps give you significant additional data you'll really come to appreciate.