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Pyle-Sports PSWGP405BL GPS Watch with Heart Rate Transmission, Navigation, Speed, Distance, Workout Memory, Compass, PC Link (Blue)

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  • 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
  • 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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  • Brand Name: Sound Around
  • Model Number: PSWGP405BL
  • Display Size: 1 inches
  • Battery Average Life: 10000 Hours
  • Map Type: topographical-map-form; north-america

Product Description

Check out this powerful GPS training watch from Pyle Sports. It's equipped with a heart rate monitor, GPS navigation and compass, speed & distance measurement, a workout memory, and best of all, a PC link for uploading workout data to your computer for further analysis. 5 fully customizable profiles allow you to quickly enter the parameters of your workout. Enter up to 48,000 waypoints, and then have the watch's GPS guide you in the proper direction. Watch shows current speed, distance to waypoint and destination, and your estimated time of arrival. Heart rate monitor accurately measures your pulse using a digitally coded, wirelessly activated chest strap. And you can easily connect this watch to your PC to upload your data. Color: blue.

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Technical Details
Item Weight2.4 ounces
Product Dimensions3.8 x 5 x 6 inches
Item model numberPSWGP405BL
Batteries:1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
Display Size1 inches
WarrantyOne year limited
Battery Life10000 hours
  
Additional Information
ASINB005E8MVXM
Best Sellers Rank #64,398 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableJuly 1, 2011
  
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Michael Morrison on October 1, 2011
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Full disclosure: I was given this watch to review.

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.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Luechtefeld on August 14, 2012
Yes, the features are great.

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.

Caveat emptor.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Marc Zimmerman on August 26, 2013
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I purchased two of these watches a little over a year ago. Both have worked adequately for me and my son. I do triathlons and use it for my running workouts, focusing primarily on the heart rate zones. My high school son runs track and cross country and uses this six days a week (they get one day off for recovery). His team runs six days a week in the off-season as well. During the summer months, their mileage can be 10-13 miles a day. Here in Texas, it is very hot and humid in the summer. The watches have worked well throughout.

Pros:
- connects to the GPS signal within minutes. We’ve used our watches here in Texas, Florida and Oregon.
- Heart rate function works well . . . critical for our training
- several configurable fields. I like looking at different fields than my son does, so we each set up our watches with our own profiles.
- easy to use, especially the functions you use often. The enclosed instructions were easy enough to follow when we set up the watches.

Cons:
- the distance measured when comparing mileage on the two watches is the same. When measuring it to a known distance, however, it is slightly off. For example, when walking around the high school track, inside lane, it measures 0.24 miles for one lap (should be 0.25 miles), and 0.97 miles after four laps (1 mile). When we run 10 miles using this to measure your mileage, you’re really at 10.4 miles. At 13 miles, you are ½ mile over on distance (~13.52 miles). Still, since we train for distance events and triathlons, this is plenty close enough to the ballpark for us.

Recently, my son’s watch started showing odd characters when pressing into the menu settings.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Wayne on January 25, 2013
I have had this watch for over two months now. I have been pleasantly surprised with it. I have only used the watch for running, and have never tested out the heart rate monitor.

In my experience, the watch is accurate at measuring distances. The straighter the course, the more accurate in my experience. You can load your routes into Google Earth to see how accurate the watch was. Usually it's spot on other than the normal 10 or so feet variance you get with any GPS.

When you download your data to your computer it saves your data in a calendar. It's pretty basic, but still handy to keep track of what you've done. You can also see graphs of your speed during your run.

I turn on the GPS function while I'm still in my house and it always locks within about 2 minutes while I'm putting on my shoes. It locks even faster outside. Only one time out of about 50 has it lost a GPS signal while I was using it. It locked back on in a few seconds.

I have done extensive testing to verify the accuracy of the watch. My long runs on relatively straight roads have been very accurate. The only time it struggled was in a dense forest on a windy trail. The one weird anomoly I noticed was that the first few seconds and the last few seconds of recording are usually off more than the rest of the recording. It's not off by a lot, but it's more than normal (maybe 20 feet). I don't know if it's something about the start/stop button interfering with the GPS. I haven't noticed any similar problems pressing any of the other buttons during use. I only noticed this by looking at my runs with Google Earth.

Overall I've found it very helpful for measuring the distances and pace of my runs.

UPDATE:

After 10 months the watch still works great. I've used it well over 100 times. I have also recently tried the heart rate monitor. It works perfectly.
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