In short:Vibration alert function. • Three target zones with visual and audible alarm. • Target zone. avg. & max hr. • Warm up and warm down timer. • Stopwatch range of 99:59:59. • Calories & % fat burn counters. • Fitness Index. • Low battery indicator. • Calculates BMI (Body MA...
beginners to HRM training. More experienced runners may want to look elsewhere. paul bowerbank: SOME USEFUL INFORMATION Strengths: Explains the basics thoroughly and clearly Weaknesses: Explains the basics thoroughly and clearly Overall: American self help
: watch is not clunky, speed/distance generally good, HRM belt stays in place for me, don't even notice the footpod Weaknesses: watch is not clunky, speed/distance generally good, HRM belt stays in place for me, don't even notice the footpod Overall: great
: FANTASTIC Strengths: easy to set up, easy to use, light, not too bulky and loads of useful data! Weaknesses: easy to set up, easy to use, light, not too bulky and loads of useful data! Overall: First GPS HRM unit and I am very happy with the buy. Ian
Contact: www.garmin.com/running Full Review: Garmin is generally considered to be the best choice of GPS for runners and its top-end Forerunner 305 shows why. An SDM with HRM, the 305's many useful features include a virtual training partner and mapping
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