Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) October 17, 2013
Garmin Edge Touring and Edge Touring bike computers are due out in less than two weeks on November 1st according to the Heart Rate Watch Company.
"These are exciting new bike computers because they offer turn-by-turn directions with full color maps on screen for cyclists," says Rusty Squire, President of the Heart Rate Watch Company. He adds, "Prior to this time you had to spend over $500 to get an Edge 800 or an Garmin Edge 810 to have this level of technology".
ON OR OFF-ROAD NAVIGATION
"With Garmin Cycle Map you download and follow new routes with turn-by-turn precision and even mark points of interest to visit along the way," says Squire. He adds, "Going touring in a foreign country is a breeze now, no need to know the language and still find everything you want with the precision of a local".
Use Edge Touring for navigation on road or for mountain biking. "The Garmin Edge Touring Plus will even work with Garmin heart rate straps for those who want some more advanced training and calorie related data," says Squire.
FORGET THE MAPS, FORGET LOST
"No more folding and unfolding maps or having to stop to see where you are and where you are going," says Squire. He adds, "About the only way you could get lost is to run out of battery and since the battery lasts 14 hours on a single charge that is unlikely".
PRICING and AVAILABILITY
Garmin Edge Touring Plus and Edge Touring are available at the Heart Rate Watch Company. "The Edge Touring sells for $249.99 while the Edge Touring Plus sells for $299.99 and we are taking orders now for early November delivery," says Squire.
"There is so much new, cool product coming out from Garmin right now just in time for Christmas - Garmin Vector power pedals, Edge Touring, the new Garmin VIRB action cameras, Garmin Forerunner 620 and the 220," says Squire.
NEED EXPERT ADVICE
"If you'd like some expert advice or have questions then simply call us at the Heart Rate Watch Company at 866-586-7129," says Squire. He adds, "See what a difference it makes to talk to people who test, use and know the equipment they sell".