Had a lovely Garmin Touring Plus from the wife for my Birthday, and used it properly for the first time on Sunday, following the course for a 100-mile charity ride (Somerset 100, anyone else on here do it?). The mapping and navigation were great, but the battery died at mile 98, after approximately …
I used to get 15+ hours when new but just lately it seems to have dropped dramatically. I charge to 100% and now get a low battery warning after 3 to 4 hours. Does anyone know if the battery is replaceable? I’m OK with a soldering iron but just wondered if anyone has done it and if there are any useful tips?
I am trying a long ride soon, could take me 8 hours. It will be in daylight, so I won’t need the backlight. Do any of you other E-T users know if the battery will run out before the end of the ride? I would rather not find out the hard way! thanks in advance. Andrew. Grimsby UK.
Replace your Garmin Edge Touring Battery or Keep an Extra Battery on hand as a backup. This kit comes with an Extended Capacity 1000 mAh, Lithium-Ion Battery that offers up even more up time than your original. Works in your Garmin Edge 800 Touring and Garmin Edge 810 Touring GPS.