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Track your speed and distance while cross training using a Polar training computer with the Polar G1 GPS sensor. Compatible with Polar FT60, FT80, and RX300 wrist-top training computers, the G1 operates on 5kHk transmission and uses SiRF Star III technology to measure speed and distance for sports that don't exceed 18.3 miles per hour, such as running, kayaking, cross-country skiing, or recreational inline skating. As the G1 compiles the data, your training computer will do the rest, putting you through the paces on your workout routine.
Color: Black | Size: G1
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My rating is based on the fact that I anticipated MUCH more out of this unit. I use it with an FT-60 and was hoping it would replace my cell phone app for gps. Read morePublished 2 months ago by TBarry
This GPS tracker is a little on the heavy and bulky side, but considering that I used it with a system that uses a chest strap, it wasn't a huge inconvenience. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Katrina
The G5 works flawlessly. It connects to satellites almost imediately and allows me to record speed, distance and route accurately on my Cannondale Flash bike. Read morePublished 6 months ago by JUAN FERNANDO VASQUEZ
As foreseen: wait (without moving) two minutes to connect to the satellites, don't expect the battery to last more than 60 hours of running. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Xavier
This GPS, when it works, is pretty good. However, it can take 10-15 minutes to find a satellite and sometimes it doesn't find one at all if it is overcast. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kevin Arnold
just got this to go along with my Polar FT60. So glad I did. Fantastic! Works great, tracks true, locks on right away, no fuss. Wears nicely
on my small arms. Love it.
This ítem do not keep my expectation; first at all, the USB cable do not charge the GPS, for me the problem resides in the GPS. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Humberto Moreno