I have had two Nike + GPS watches since January. They have both suffered condensation inside the face when running. Has anyone else suffered this? Is it a common fault? I am now looking for a new GPS watch. Any recommendations? Cheers.
A quick google found other people with condensation problems on the Nike+ GPS watch.
I think you answered the question in your title - I've got a Garmin 405 and its great, except for the bezel. The 610 cured this, so is the benchmark that all other manufacturers are trying to equal.
I have a 610 and agree - the touchscreen is great and it has all the features you could wish for.
As I said on a separate post I'm not convinced about reliability though - after a year of heavy usage (2 marathons, up to 6 runs a week) the back has blistered and the watch sometimes misbehaves when I switch it on.
I would definitely take it over the Nike but keep your receipt.
Thanks both, Much Appreciated.
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