The main difference I found when I was looking is the 110 only displays average pace where the 210 has a choice of average or current pace.
I only wanted the very basic features, current pace and distance. I'm sure both watches can do a lot more but for me the 210 suited my requirements and I've been very happy with it.
I think that's right, Jay.
The most important thing is to decide what you want your GPS watch to do for you. For me, I really only wanted the basics, so the 110 does me just fine.
There is a danger with the "cleverer" GPS devices that you end up with information overload, and over-analysing your performances.
All a question of personal preference!
I have a 110 which I really love - does everything that I need it to do and looks just like a watch and not a bulky bit of kit.
The only thing is that it does crash ocassionally which is really annoying because it loses all your data... grr
Personally I would prefer having lap pace rather than current pace I think (like the 110 shows)
I have a 210 - well actually Garmin have it at the moment because it's dead
It was great whilst I was using it (all of 2 months) but i've been without it for a couple of weeks now, without news of its return.
This appears to be a common problem with the 210. Google the Garmin forums to see if the 110 has similar issues.
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