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|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||5.6 x 5.5 x 2.4"|
|Package Weight||0.8 lb|
|Weight||2.7 oz / 76 g|
|Dimensions||3.2 x 1.9 x 0.8" / 8.2 x 5.0 x 2.0 cm|
|Operating Temperature||-4°F to 131°F / -20°C to 55°C|
|Battery Life||20 Hours|
|Ride Data History||200 Hours|
|Memory||Waypoints, Favorites, Locations: 200|
|GPS||GPS, GLONASS, Barometric Altimeter|
|Display Resolution||246 x 322 Pixels|
|Display Size||2.6" / 6.6 cm|
For riders familiar with the Garmin's Edge 5-series, there are few cosmetic changes beyond a larger, more user-friendly screen. The payoff for the Edge 530 comes in the performance.
Solid battery life, diverse communication, improved satellite coverage, unique performance metrics, activity-specific metrics for offroad and indoor training
Buttons can be finicky, acquiring satellites can be slow, need to rely on a phone to change navigation
Purchased this a few weeks ago as an upgrade to a Wahoo bike computer, I have had Garmins in the past and was expecting the usual 'Garminisms' (difficult to setup etc), was pleasantly surprised, whilst it took longer to setup that my Wahoo owing to the fact it all has to be done on the device and...
Quality product with physical buttons which make it much easier to use while riding. Gives quick access to more info that you could ever want about your ride. I just wish there was an easier way to input a destination with your phone and transfer the route to the 530 while on the road.
I’ve only had one ride so this is a highly preliminary review. I likely haven’t gotten the 530 into its final configuration (so many possibilities) but so far so good. No trouble hooking up sensors (HR, Power Meter, Speed & Varia Radar), setting up communication with my iphone and DI2, and...
I bought the Edge 530 before touring the Great Allegheny Passage and C&O Tow Path from Pittsburgh to Washington D.C. I've been cycling for over ten years and this was my first big bike computer splurge.
Bought this to replace my Garmin Edge 520, which, after five years, had faithfully recorded all my rides and analysed every ride with great accuracy. This new device promises to do more and after a few weeks getting used to all the new features, will continue my absolute faith in Garmin products.
This is my 3rd Garmin bike computer. They always have the best features and thoughtful layouts. The 530 is so quick to boot up and battery life is amazing. I am still exploring some of the upgraded features from my 130 edge, but each discovery makes my cycling life better. Get one!
Upgraded 2 weeks ago from a 820. The 530 has tons of features and works well but still figuring it out. So far, I'm ok with non-touch screen. Buttons only is slightly more cumbersome but I often messed up my touch screen in error. Also added a Varia radar taillight - very helpful for safety.
Bought this to replace a Polar V650 which worked fine as a GPS computer but had serious syncing issues with the PC app, mobile phones and sensors. The Garmin 530 is just so easy to use no problem syncing with any sensors, Garmin Connect, Strava or Komoot.