|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||15 x 12 x 12.4 inches|
|Item model number||010-01039-07|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Display Size||2.1 centimeters|
|Display Resolution||55 x 32|
|Battery Life||5 hours|
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- Accidental damage starts day one; mechanical and electrical failures are covered after the manufacturer's warranty expires.
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Garmin Forerunner 10 GPS Watch (Pink/White)
|Price:||$84.80 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- High sensitivity GPS receiver
- Records position, speed/pace, distance and calories
- Easy-to-use, button operated
- Virtual Pacer compares current pace to target
- Auto Lap and pause
- Display size, WxH: 0.81" x 0.77" Display resolution, WxH: 55 x 32 pixels
- Water resistant: yes (50m) GPS-enabled: yes High-sensitivity receiver: yes History: 7 activities
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Stylish, Simple GPS Captures Every Mile
- Tracks distance, pace and calories
- Start running with the press a button
- Identifies personal records
- Virtual Pacer™ compares current pace to target
- Plan, review and share runs at Garmin Connect™
Forerunner 10 is a GPS running watch that tracks your distance, speed/pace and calories. It also identifies your personal records and provides motivation along the way.
Ready to Run
Forerunner 10 is so easy to use, you can start your run with the press of a button. As you run, you can see your time and distance clearly displayed on 1 screen and calories and pace on another. You can also customize the settings to show pace and distance on the same screen.
It’s our lightest, most comfortable watch yet and is available in multiple colors. The black/red and orange/black models have a slightly larger watch face and wider wristband. All models can be worn as a regular watch, so your running partner is always on hand. For typical use (with GPS on 30 minutes per day), the battery life is 10 days. If used continuously with GPS, the battery life is 5 hours.
As you run, Forerunner 10 automatically alerts you when you complete each mile, giving you a friendly beep and a screen that flashes your time for that mile. When you complete your run and save it, you’ll see a summary of how you did, including your total time, distance, average pace and calories. The watch even lets you know when you achieve a personal record, such as your fastest mile or longest run to date.
For runners who want a little more, Forerunner 10 has a couple of simple training features. Virtual Pacer™ compares your current running pace to your target. It also has a run/walk feature that’s helpful if you’re just starting out or your running plan includes walk breaks.
Store and Share
With a simple connection to your computer, you can upload your runs to Garmin Connect™ to see your run on a map, get more detail on each mile and share it with friends — all for free. You’ll be even more motivated when you see your miles add up in Garmin Connect and can go back and see how you’ve improved from last week, last month or last year.
What's in the Box:
- Forerunner 10
- Charge/data cable
Top Customer Reviews
Battery life may be a big issue if you want to use the watch outside of running, but I have just used it during runs, and recharged while connecting to Garmin's website to download my run stats, so it hasn't been an issue for me. If you are looking for a basic GPS watch that tracks how far and how fast, this is a great choice! Note that it will not monitor your heart rate, so if that feature is important to you, you should like at a higher end version.
For years, I've run with the Forerunner 305. It is a product I love to hate. It works well, and in a way it's been indispensable to me as a runner, but it is also a little bit deficient in nearly every respect mentioned above.
I've considered buying a new Garmin, such as the 410, but always decided not to after reading reviews. So when I heard about the 10, I was thrilled. Finally, Garmin had figured it out.
I've had it now for a couple weeks. The watch is a big improvement, but it also remains deficient in some critical respects. In fact, sadly, I am not sure I will keep it.
It is small. It looks and feels infinitely better than the 305. The display is easy to read. Big font means I can see and read it at a quick glance. The buttons are easy to find. The interface is simple and intuitive, making it easy to scroll around and program the watch. The battery life seems very good so far. Finally, it seems to pick up the satellites much quicker than the 305 does. In short, there are many things to love.
1. The display is not fully customizable. There are only four things that it can display (1) pace, (2) distance, (3) time, (4) calories. You can display two and only two of those at any time, in pairs.
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I guess it is a truth universally acknowledged that "you get what you pay for" because after 2+ months of using the FR 10, the experience has left something to be desired.
- Without a doubt, the biggest frustration has been getting satellites. I live in New York, and while it is hit or miss, it's mostly a miss. If it's a cloudy day or at night, I just leave the watch home at this point. I don't live in a neighborhood with many tall buildings, but I basically need to stand in the middle of the street of the avenue a half block away to pick up anything, even in the best possible conditions. Even then, there is a lot of starting / restarting of the watch that has to go on. I have had problems getting satellites on bridges and in Central Park (away from tree cover) as well. Not the best way to start a run.
- After spending 5 minutes trying to get satellites, I have had the GPS just crap out after 1.45 miles. When you're halfway through an 8-mile run and you look down at your watch and it says you've gone only 1.Read more ›
I used her Forerunner 10 a couple times and she's had it for a couple weeks now. Now for the problems, which there are only two.
First, the missing lap pace and average pace display. While the current pace is fairly accurate, but it doesn't replace the need to know your AVERAGE pace over the entire run and your average pace for the current lap. This is really vital information for any runner doing say a half marathon that's looking to finish at a certain time. I figured the virtual pacer would solve this problem. But, it still only shows your current pace vs. what you set for your virtual pace. It should show you how far ahead or behind you are compared to your virtual pacer. Basically, the virtual pacer is useless, as it just shows your current pace, just as the pace field does. The only time you can actually get an average pace is at the end of a mile (lap) where it displays the average for that mile. This dove-tales into the second problem...
Secondly, the beeper is VERY quiet. My wife cannot hear it at all while running unless she puts the watch against her ear. This is important because to know your average pace for the last mile, you need to catch it right at the time the mile (lap) ends. It only displays the lap time for a few seconds. If you can't hear it beep, you can't really get your mile pace.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pros: Price, easy to use, battery life
Cons: A bit bulky on the wrist, strap isn't really big
LOVE my new watch! Read more
My wife used this for two years and now the battery life is dead. Within minutes of taking it off the charger it dies. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Come on Man
Stopped charging after a year of use. I also stopped receiving a GPS signal 1 year after purchase. Garmin should replace but they don't.Published 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
Perfect if you just want to track mileage and pace. I wear it was a regular watch as well since it isn't bulky!Published 8 days ago by nolamom
I've had this watch for nearly a year now and have had no problems with it. It's a great watch and usually takes very little time to find the GPS. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Victoria Brun
This is my second one and I'm a big fan. I lost the first one and I got this one right away. It works well and helps keep me motivated.Published 8 days ago by Phil Davis
I use it to track my pace when I'm running for my fitness tests. It also tells you how many calories you burn. And your distance. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Kyrsa
Good GPS watch. It does not have all the whistles and bells that the expensive watches have but it works great. Tracks, mileage , elevation, pace. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Casey from Las Vegas