Paring bluetooth sensors with Garmin 810

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athletic91
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by athletic91

Is it possible?. I bought a used garmin 810 from a mate cheap. am planning to reuse topeak panobike bluetooth speed/cadence and hr monitor

Seems there is no way to connect to my iphone x as well.

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Garmin did not introduce functionality for paring with phones via bluetooth until the release of the Edge 520/820/1020 and the 1030 is the first Edge series head unit to support bluetooth sensors.
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by athletic91

shuts gotta consider is it worth spending money on ant+ sensors

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ms6073 wrote:
Thu Feb 07, 2019 1:33 pm
Garmin did not introduce functionality for paring with phones via bluetooth until the release of the Edge 520/820/1020 and the 1030 is the first Edge series head unit to support bluetooth sensors.
That's partially correct. Garmin introduced bluetooth (phone connection) with the 510/810/1000 generation (I had an 810 and I could connect to the Garmin Connect app on my iPhone). Bluetooth sensors was with the 1030 (certainly not the 520, which I have now). I'm not sure if it's compatible with the 820, however.
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My Edge 820 can connect to my phone via bluetooth but that‘s it I think.

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