is it dead?
Looks like it is an ex-sdm, it has ceased to be. It is bereft of life, gone to meet its maker ... etc etc
oh sugar honey iced tea!
Best get another one then - old style garmin forerunner perhaps?
301 perhaps, but I would consider the Garmin 50 with the footpod thingy if you aren't to fussed about getting your actual route mapped.
The lightbulb has just flicked on........I have a polar RS200 HRM which I beleive you can buy a foot pod thingy to make it an SDM as well. Cost about £80 or do I go for a seperate bit of kit like the Garmin? I like the size of the garmin display but perhaps it would be like using a sat nav i.e just listening out for the alarms.
I will have a GPS unit for the TIMEX for sale next week - £20+pnp (prob around £4) if you are interested...
It'll be the one before the 3D GPS unit - uses a single AA battery, does S+D, but not location or altitude...
It DOES work. The compatibility is across the board - as they upgraded the GPS the signal transmitted they sent out the same signal. Which is Nice! Owing to various things I still prefer the Timex as a watch unit over the Polar 200 for what I do - except the logging of info - where the 200 is streaks ahead.
Let me know by email or here... What you think.
Did you decide against the SDM or are you still interested?
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