- Size (LWH): 3.75 inches, 5 inches, 6 inches
Pyle-Sports PSWGP405BK GPS Watch with Heart Rate Transmission, Navigation, Speed, Distance, Workout Memory, Compass, PC Link (Black)
- Workout Function: 5 fully customized profiles for fast workout setup - Smart Lap Navigation Functions: Total 10 paths with a maximum of 99 waypoints for each path - Heart Rate Monitor: Digitally coded 2.4GHz wireless chest strap;1 inch LCD display
- Profile can be configured from the watch or through PC software. - 3 Navigation Modes: Waypoint, Forward, Backward - 4 target heart rate zone
- 3 configurable Views (screens) for each Profile - Heading pointer - Above/In/Below zone timer
- 3 programmable fields for each view - Current speed, distance to waypoint and destination, estimated time of arrival - Audio Above/In/Below zone alert
- A single workout log can have a maximum of 48,170 waypoints. - Manual and automatic waypoint marking (Smart Lap) - Electronic Compass: North Pole pointer, 1 degree resolution with 16 cardinals
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- Very light and comfortable.
- Probably the smallest GPS watch on the market. (That's not to say its small, but comparatively so.) Its
perfectly wearable everyday for medium sized wrists. (Although you wont be wearing this to your night out on the
- Intuitive functions and overall easy to learn
- Customizable screens through software or the watch itself. (You decide what you want to see on the workout
screen and have 3 metrics per screen and 3 screens across multiple types of workout. Walk, run, bike etc..)
- Magnetic compass function.
- Way point function
- Wireless heart rate monitor
- Separate processor for the watch so that it can run up to a year on a single charge if the GPS is not used. This
is very nice if you are wearing it as an everyday watch.
- The watch will leave 2 weeks of runtime for the watch function if you exhaust the charge using GPS. (This way
you're not left with a dead watch if out on a long hike)
- Amazingly fast GPS aquisition. In the open, it will acquire your postion in less than a minute in most
instances. (Ive done this while driving at highway speeds as well)
- Fully array of watch features apart from those youd expect to find in a GPS unit. (dual time, countdown timer,
- Software fully integrates to Google Earth, and files can be exported in standard format for "map my run" and
other such websites.
- 8hour GPS battery life!Read more ›
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I've been using this watch for the last two weeks and I am very impressed with its numerous capabilities and features. The amount of information it holds and its ability to track my progress so exactly is extremely helpful in improving my overall performance when running. I used the watch predominantly in workout mode over the last two weeks. I was able to track and store my times, speed, calories burned and even heart rate with the chest strap that also comes with the watch and is surprisingly easy to set up and use. I attempted to use the watch on a daily basis but that didn't last very long due to its bulky design and while doing a lot of moving around and heavy lifting it was very inconvenient to consistently have on my wrist.
I also did not get to test out a lot of what the watch had to offer strictly because it has so many features. Once I mastered the workout mode application of the watch I figured I should just stick with that. I am not the most technology savvy person and its setup was a little hindering to me. I am extremely busy and had to set aside a good chunk of time to get the watch set up and get myself orientated with the watch. With that being said it is extremely useful to have such a variety of features and it is basically a tiny computer on your wrist so the advanced set up is well worth it once you have it activated and tracking. Once the workout was over I was especially surprised at how easy it was to transfer my information from the watch to the computer. The package comes with a little alligator strap that clips directly onto the watch and plugs in to the USB port of your computer and places the information right there for you to easily view and compare.Read more ›
Unfortunately, the included, highly-proprietary USB charging cable failed after about two months, leaving me no way of charging or syncing the watch. I'm finding it impossible to get warranty or replacement parts service from Pyle ("this voice mailbox is full - goodbye"). Phone calls aren't taken, and emails go unanswered.
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