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Garmin Edge 1040 Solar

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POWERED BY THE SUN

Never stop cycling with the ultimate solar powered GPS bike computer you can depend on when you need it most. Edge 1040 Solar is ready for any ride, from remote gravel trails to epic climbs.

PACKED WITH PERFORMANCE FEATURES

Edge 1040 Solar is powered by the sun and packed with everything under it. It’s our first GPS bike computer with solar charging and multi-band GNSS technology, so you can ride longer and get even better coverage under dense tree cover or the urban canyon. The Edge 1040 Solar bike computer also has performance features that help you understand your strengths and weaknesses. When paired with your compatible sensors, it can even help you manage your efforts by providing power targets throughout a course and stamina feature insights, so you know how much gas is left in the tank. And the setup is simple, so you can take it out of the box and be out riding in no time.

SOLAR CHARGING

The Power Glass solar charging lens extends battery life, giving you up to 100 hours in battery saver mode or up to 45 hours in demanding use cases. During daytime rides, it adds up to 42 minutes per hour in battery saver mode and up to 20 minutes per hour in demanding use cases.

  • Go deep. Dense tree cover and the urban canyon are no match for its spot-on accuracy with multi-band GNSS.
  • Ride farther, charge less. With solar charging, get up to 45 hours of battery life in demanding use cases and up to 100 hours in battery saver mode.
  • Your cycling ability and the course demands help you understand your strengths and weaknesses.
  • Ride like a local with ride type-specific maps and navigation.
  • an’t wait to ride? You’re in luck. Take this Edge device out of the box, and you’ll be riding in no time.
  • Know how much is left in your tank with stamina insights.

Device

  • Edge 1040 Solar
  • Black silicone case
  • Mounts (MTB, standard and out-front)
  • USB cable
  • Tether
  • Documentation