Garmin and GPS bargains — UK deals

Navigate your way towards these sumptuous bargains

All cyclists love a healthy chunk of data, and a decent GPS is the easiest way to get a hit of those addictive numbers. The impending Black Friday shopping discounts on 23 November will be your chance to ensure you can keep on getting your data fix, but ahead of that there are already some great money off deals to be had, if you can't wait.

We've got deals on the diminutively sized Garmin Edge 25, the performance and training minded Edge 520, as well as the Edge 820 which adds additional navigation guidance.

Trying to move away from Garmin's dominance, we've got the Lezyne Super GPS, which offers great value for money, and finally we move back to Garmin with the Edge 1000 and Edge 1030, two generations of fully featured and comprehensively capable devices for any eventuality.

Garmin Edge 25 — £102.99 £94.99

We highly rate the diminutive Edge 25
We highly rate the diminutive Edge 25

The Garmin Edge 25 is one of our favourite GPS units on the market. It packs in much of the tech featured on units many times its size while taking up barely any space on your bars. The perfect set and forget unit to just go out riding with.

Garmin Edge 520 — £239.99 £149.99

The Edge 520 is our favourite mid-range GPS units from Garmin
The Edge 520 is our favourite mid-range GPS units from Garmin

The Garmin Edge 520 is perfect for performance minded riders who want to keep track of all their data during training. Featuring live tracking, Di2 integration, smartphone alerts and connectivity, with perhaps more than you'll ever need, the 520 is our favourite mid-range GPS.

If you want to track absolutely all your stats, we'd recommend going for a bundle that includes a heart-rate strap and cadence monitor.

Garmin Edge 820 — £329 £224.99

The Edge 820 adds some additional navigation features over the 520
The Edge 820 adds some additional navigation features over the 520

The Edge 820 looks very similar to the Edge 520, but it adds some additional navigation functionality that lets the GPS do on-the-fly route planning. That's handy if you like to go exploring during your rides or have a tendency to get lost.

Lezyne Enhanced Super GPS — £129.99 £98.49

The Lezyne Super GPS offers a lot of features for the money
The Lezyne Super GPS offers a lot of features for the money

It can feel hard to get away from Garmin in the GPS world, but there are some alternatives out there. This Lezyne GPS isn't the most refined design available, but it offers a lot of features for the money.

It's got all the data, notifications and information you need to keep up to date with your training, and now at even more of a bargain price.

Garmin Edge 1000 — £550 £299

It may have been replaced by the 1030, but the Edge 1000 is still a great GPS
It may have been replaced by the 1030, but the Edge 1000 is still a great GPS

While it might have been replaced by the Edge 1030, it's hard to overlook the venerable, once range-topping Edge 1000. We previously described the unit as the "definitive GPS training and touring computer" and it still holds its own with the very best out there today. 

It's unlikely to be around that much longer given that it's an old model, but you can currently pick up an Edge 1000 bundled with a heart-rate monitor and cadence sensor for a bit of a steal.

Garmin Edge 1030 — £500 £412.99

The Edge 1030 is the ultimate training and touring device
The Edge 1030 is the ultimate training and touring device

For the ultimate GPS device for training and touring this is it. Garmin's top-end unit has full-featured rich data combined with robust navigation for any eventuality. It doesn't come cheap, but it's the GPS that has it all.

Jack Luke

Staff Writer, UK
Jack has been riding and fettling with bikes for his whole life. Always in search of the hippest new niche in cycling, Jack is a self-confessed gravel dork and thinks nothing of bivouacking on a beach after work. Also fond of cup and cone bearings, skids and tan wall tyres.
  • Discipline: Long days in the saddle by either road or mountain bike
  • Preferred Terrain: Happiest when on a rural road by the coast or crossing a remote mountain pass. Also partial to a cheeky gravel adventure or an arduous hike-a-bike.
  • Current Bikes: Custom Genesis Croix de Fer all road adventure wagon, Niner EMD 9.
  • Dream Bike: A rigid 44 Bikes Marauder, all black please.
  • Beer of Choice: Caesar Augustus
  • Location: Bristol, UK

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