Time, distance, hr and pace
On the 410 you can see three at once.
However, you can set it to change between three different screens (at least) each showing three sets of info, and set whether you want the scroll speed to be slow, medium or fast.
You don't really want to be trying to fiddle with the touch-sensitive bezel mid-run. For the price, I'd hope that with the 610, shaking, wet sausage fingers can control it with maximum precision.
Ordered a 610 last night via startfitness as they had a 10% off voucher on the homepage so paid £290
Probably could have waited an paid a bit less somoeone else knowing my luck, but hey all sorted now.
Hey it's arrived..... I want to be at home now to try it out.
I see the 610 has dropped in price on Amazon. It's now £247.82 (see http://www.valuehistory.com/asp/Chart.aspx?ASIN=B0050HKOY0)
£295 odd on Amazon just now, which is a good price. Well worth the money - upgraded from a 305 (basically the same watch, just smaller and more modern).
It gets used every run, so a great buy.
Just began training for a half marathon, with the long term aim of doing a marathon next year.
Unfortunately, I am just using my iPhone to track my runs at the moment. Hopefully pick up a 610 after my holidays in July. Looks almost faultless amongst the rest of the Garmin range.
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