Garmin Edge 130 review

The Garmin Edge 130 might be tiny, but it performs better than some computers twice its size

Cycling Weekly Verdict

The Garmin Edge 130 is a step back in the right direction for the brand. It's compact and no nonsense, but with enough features for the majority of cyclists and it performs those with excellence.

Reasons to buy
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    Small size looks great out the front of a bike

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    Crisp, easy-to-read screen

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    Buttons not touchscreen

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    Top-end features

Reasons to avoid
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    Bit of GPS lag at times

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    It's hard to get the navigation features to perform properly

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Just because the Garmin Edge 130 doesn’t feature the advanced metrics of its sibling doesn’t mean it’s basic, almost the total opposite.

Garmin has nailed its software, increased the usability and made a product that’s well deserving of a spot on our Editor’s Choice list.

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