Saturday, December 18, 2010

The Garmin Has Landed!

Christmas came a little early this year. I am now the proud owner of a friggin' Garmin Edge 800 -- the most advanced cycling computer in the world. Holy tamale, I'm pretty thrilled. For this review, I might have to turn the mic over to Krogg. After all, he did such a good job reviewing the Edge 500. Take it away, caveman man:

Krogg here to tell you about new Garmin. Leaping mammoth turds this things amazing. First thing Krogg do is open box: 


Then Krogg try out product: 
KROGG THRILLED!!! GARMIN EDGE 800 DO EVERYTHING!!! EDGE 800 HAVE TOUCH SCREEN! LONG-LASTING BATTERY! BRIGHT SCREEN! 


For instance, let's say Caveman want to see power numbers -- Edge 800 show:


Or let's say Caveman want to see other info -- even crazy things like "distance to mammoth," or "pounds of meat burned," or "number of pine trees climbed," Edge 800 show that too:
Like Edge 500, Edge 800 also can see Giant Pigeon in Sky (GPS), and can tell Caveman exactly where to find mammoth herd -- only this time show map! Krogg no longer get lost! NEVER AGAIN HAVE TO STICK OUT CAVEMAN THUMB BECAUSE KROGG CAN'T FIND HOME! 
Edge 800 also have ability for Caveman to race Caveman! Now Krogg can race Krogg:


This make Krogg one happy happy caveman. Krogg like to give big thanks to Garmin for giving Krogg early Christmas. Krogg have big celebration pancakes afterwards: 
Garmin Edge 800 -- Krogg think you help caveman train very good, very long, and very hard. 

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