I paired my Garmin Edge 130plus successfully using Ebike Field (available on Connect IQ store). It worked well enough, giving me battery percentage and selected power level however my Edge 130plus stopped connecting to satellites a few months ago so has now become useless as a GPS so I'd hesitate to recommend it. The font used for the ebike data fields was quite small as well (and not adjustable AFAIK) which is a bit of a pain if you need reading glasses (possibly not an issue for you).
Apologize for my ignorance.Successful Garmin Edge 530 user here on a 2021 Stance.
Were I to do it again I'd go for the touch screen for easier setup and on the fly route planning.
If you are out on a ride you can use the map to find a place you want to go to, make that your destination and the Garmin will guide you there.Apologize for my ignorance.
Garmins allow for on the fly route planning? I thought it was necessary to import a route into a Garmin, from a phone or a laptop?
Hi Wally, what are you planning to do with the computer. The Giant app has rudimentary functions and tuning for the bike via Bluetooth (assuming its similar to my Trance E+ 2). Nothing compares to a GreyP but wondered what functions you're after?? A
You can download or convert pretty much any Openstreetmap based map to Garmin Edge navigators. That's the main reason I use Garmin instead of Wahoo. Never heard of TwoNav Trail-2 bike, sounds interesting , I'll take a look.It's worth looking at the TwoNav/Ordnance Survey Trail-2 Bike.
It's also WAY better value than the equivalent Garmin, and if you're in the UK or Europe the map detail is far, far better than Garmin.
You can put OS maps on one too, but just that upgrade alone costs as much as the whole Nav.You can download or convert pretty much any Openstreetmap based map to Garmin Edge navigators. That's the main reason I use Garmin instead of Wahoo. Never hear of TwoNav Trail-2 bike, sounds interesting , I'll take a look.
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