I don't have any 10 year old boys handy but if the band is the same on all units, it will fit. I just set mine to the smallest size and could get it around three adult fingers snugly. I really like mine though it is making a liar out of the pedometer I have been using for years.
It's a little bigger than you would see on a typical digital watch. Not quite as big as on most cell phones, but not as small as on a typical digital watch. After each mile, it flashes your pace in pretty big numbers too. And, you can upload all the info to the website when you get home from your run, so you will definitely be able to read all of that info at home. With the beeps to alert you that you have completed a mile, and the ability to upload it at home, I think you would be fine. I love it!! Just got home from a short run with it! It totally motivates me to break my records. I love that it keeps track of my records!
Hi V. Metra. Yes, this should work in Guam. The watch should be able to find your location and use that to give you time, distance, duration, etc. Since there are no maps associated with the watch, there is nothing location specific and the GPS should work just about anywhere. However, if it doesn't work for whatever reason, you can always just send it back.
It's pretty simple. It's a built in non removable battery. It charges like your typical smart device. USB on one end and watch specific clip on the other. It just clips over the body on the backside where it contacts your wrist. Battery life is really good though so it won't see much time on the charger.
I don't believe there is a way to increase the sound on the watch. A colleague of mine has the same watch and commented that she wanted the sound to be turned UP but I didn't experience that issue. I have successfully used the watch for running, swimming and biking and it works great for all 3 and it is nice and small. I love saving the event and looking in HISTORY to breakdown each mile...
Jul 17, 2013
by Cheryl the runner, skier and triathlete.
No, you'll have to look at a more expensive model that has one of those shoe attachments which would allow you to use a treadmill. This is very barebones and after owning an expensive older forerunner (bike, heart rate, mapping) with functions I never used this is just what I need.