Timex Bodylink - T5E681

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Timex Bodylink - T5E681

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The Bodylink System is a network of up to 4 devices worn on the body that act together as a single information and sport monitoring system. Continue reading

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When it works it's great. I had to send my first one back because it let water in on its very first dip in the pool and the second one looks like its heading the same way. The alarm buzzer stopped working after Continue reading...
Unless there is a better affordable device then it is ok but can be a bit frustarting at times when you are in a race and it looses signal. Continue reading...
I love my timex system. Especially the data recorder as it allows me to monitior all my work outs - including gym sessions and track my progress. I've had very few problems with it. I guess i don't run in woode Continue reading...
What was the all singing all dancing training tool that would enable me to achieve my goal of a sub-4:30 marathon, turned into a huge let down at FLM 05 when Idiscovered that my new training partner got confuse Continue reading...
I bought this speed and distance monitor before running the Worksop Half-Marathon in October 2005 as this was my first half and I wanted to be able to set consistent pace without the hassle of looking for mile Continue reading...

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hello

could anyone recommend a product that could measure my distance in miles (0-6 miles in distance). i dont need it to do anything else & to be as cheap as possible but still get the job done.

i dont thinkthis is the right thing im looking for?:
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3027303.htm

Posted: 10/03/2007 at 21:41

Why not use an online map like:

www.mapmyrun.com
www.sanoodi.com
www.gmap-pedometer.com
www.runlondon.com

There are more out there...

Posted: 10/03/2007 at 22:07

thanks alot.

Posted: 10/03/2007 at 23:09

i use my car, you can have it for £9000, its a black mondeo with six wheels and three kids.

Posted: 11/03/2007 at 12:06

SS21 - pedometers are ok as such BUT its worth investing in something that gives ya that little bit extra so have a look at these 2 web sites for a GPS (garmin) unit

Lincolnshire road runner this shop is in Lincoln and always does massive savings on running gear of all descriptions

Official Garmin there are different garmins but the 201 is a rechargeable unit, the 101 is battery operated

the good thing about garmins are there's other options within the units such as a runner partner to run against, a very accurate messure of distance, mark your start point when somewhere strange and if you get lost press return to start and it'll navigate back to start point, it'll do laps, it'll do intervals, it'll do lots of stuff its like being in a running club but your the head coach and you choose your training routine and its always ready when you are

put simply mate think about investing in sumat that you will benefit from when you get the running bug (and you will)

Posted: 11/03/2007 at 12:51

WOW.... Mapmyrun.....GREAT!
I was wopndering if there was something like this but not found anything!
Its great!
I can measure all my favourite little routes!

Posted: 11/03/2007 at 13:13



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  • Price: £190.00
  • Year: from 2005

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