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Recent reviews for this item:
runnermadame, December 20, 2012 This is a huge, heavy, rather masculine watch for a skinnier
wrist. I am female and tend to hide this huge thing under my
longsleeve tee shirt while running.
I have noticed, and read elsewhere, that the watch tends to
measure pace less and less accurately over time. I have had
the watch for almost two years and have noticed this.
My long run pace is rather slow at about 11:30 mpm, but
definitely not too slow to track, but over the last few
months the watch wildly fluctuates with my pace, which can
be frustrating when you are trying to follow a training plan
that includes rather precise pacing. I have to rely more on
my feeling rather than trust the watch to keep me on pace.
Sometimes I end up using the RunKeeper app on my iPhone,
which I hold in my hand for shorter runs. Not so nice.
Also, I turn on the watch before I put on running clothes
and shoes because it tends to need up to 2-4 minutes to find
a signal. Sometimes it just doesn't find one at all, though
I often run the same courses from the same starting points.
On these days, I am ready to throw the thing away… it ends
up picking up a signal 1/2 way into my run and then
displaying the pace willy nilly. I live in Los Angeles, so I
should have no issues with gps signals. I run in residential
neighborhoods, no tall buildings around me.
The watch is good quality, has good connectivity to websites
like RunKeeper, and has lots of features, of which I have
taken the time to learn. I have customized the display and
workouts to my preference, and have found these things
Tim, December 6, 2012 Love this watch. Ive been running for 3 years and bought
this after reading a lot of posts from avid runners on forum
sites. This is not the prettiest watch out there but you
wont find another with all this has to offer.I hesitated
because of the size but that goes away when you start using
it. It has many training workouts in it. Cant go wrong!!
Mona, September 8, 2011 I used to use a Pod style tracking system and this is much
better. I find it very accurate and like the heart rate
monitor that comes with it. Excellent value for sale price.
Mike, Duf, August 9, 2011 J'ai fait l'acquisition de cette montre il y a quelques
mois et je dois dire qu'elle livre la marchandise. La
réception du signale est parfaite et les diverses
fonctionnalités de la montre sont également très appréciées.