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GSI Quality GPS Navigation Sports Wrist Watch With Heart Rate Monitor, Chest Strap And Compass - Measures Burned Calories And Fat, Speed, Altitude And Distance, USB Data Upload Link - For Training, Exercise, Running, Jogging, Etc.


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  • New Training and Exercise Tool - Multi Function GPS, Speedometer, Odometer And HRM Watch
  • Time: Satellite Synced Clock; Calendar; Daily Alarm And Hourly Chime
  • Heart Rate Monitor: Current, Maximum, Average, Highest And Lowest - Target Alarm Alerts
  • Chronograph Stopwatch: 99 Laps Records; 4000 Points Log Memory; Distance And Speed Timing; Upload Log To PC
  • GPS Compass: Waypoint Navigation; 4080 Points Memory; Current Latitude/Longitude; Return Path; Download From PC
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Product Specifications

Jewelry Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Pyle
Metal no-metal-type
Model number GGN100RA

Product Description

Introducing The New GSI Pyle GPS Heart Rate Monitor Watch - Designed To Plan, Record And Review Your Exercise Routine Workouts. With Mapping And Waypoint Data Functionality, Coupled With Heart Rate Monitoring And Speed/Distance Tracking, You Will Be Able To Use This Integral Part Of Exercise Workouts To The Maximum. With Many Different Screens And Views And The PC Link, You Will See Exactly The Route You Have Taken In Each Log And Plan Your Next Workout Accordingly. Easy, User Friendly And Affordable, This Is A Great Alternative To Other Overpriced Models On The Market!

  • ASIN: B005IYSAOQ
  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 5.1 x 3.3 inches; 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
  • Item model number: GGN100RA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #86,881 in Jewelry (See Top 100 in Jewelry)
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    The only good thing I can write that I didn't have any problems returning it back.
    Kristina Surtseva
    The software supplied is just the USB driver and a plugin for "Sporttracks", which is Windows only and must be downloaded from the Sporttracks website.
    John L. Walker
    This watch is something I may use when running a new route because its GPS functions still work, but it is not useful to me as a HRM.
    Anthony Waraksa

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    59 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Waraksa on October 17, 2011
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    The entire review history is below, but my most recent remarks, dated 4/13/12, are here.

    If you read the prior remarks, you'll learn I bought this watch mainly for its pulse rate monitoring feature. It took me a while to figure out how to used the device, but after a few weeks the bells and whistles were ringing and tooting as they should, and I was 5 start happy with the purchase.

    We had a leap year this year, and the embedded software did not take that into account. It began reporting the day of the week wrong. The date was correct, that was probably worth a one star reduction.

    I've owned the about half a year. In the last few weeks the heart rate monitoring function seems to have gone wrong. Replacing the battery in the chest strap transmitter and carefully cleaning the chest strap pads did not help the unit recover this basic function. I'm back to Timex HRM watches now. This watch is something I may use when running a new route because its GPS functions still work, but it is not useful to me as a HRM. It's now 1 star. I hope others who bought it are not having the same problems.

    After one week:

    First, to set the stage: I had been an avid user of the Timex heart rate monitor watches. I am hardly an elite runner, simply needing the PRM to keep my pulse rate in the right range and for the timing function of the watch to remind me to turn back to home after 20 minutes. The Timex does that very well.After three years the buttons on this watch are not operating as smoothly as they once had. It is time to replace it.

    I planned on another Timex, but who can resist all of the bells and whistles this watch provides at a small increase in price?

    It seems to do heart rate better than the Timex.
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    19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Lori Simpson on November 8, 2011
    I was a bit hesitant to order this. Now, after two weeks of use (10 runs of 2 to 2.5 miles each), I have no regrets with the purchase whatsoever. I haven't had any problems with this item. It seems to track my pace very well, tracks distance well, and the heart rate monitor seems WAY more accurate than the dedicated exercise machines at my local gym.
    I'm a beginning runner... but if I keep a solid pace... it reports about 10mins/mile... if I push a little harder... about 9mins/mile... if I let up... about 11mins/mile. It seems very consistent over my entire 2-2.5 mile run. I have thyroid and heart issues, and this watch gives me the confidence to know I'm not exceeding my max hr for too long (I can easily get into the 180's) and gives me the feedback and stats to keep me motivated.
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    11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Dawn Bolling on November 8, 2011
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    This was my comment I posted on someone elses review:

    11/5/11

    received mine today will give it a mytry, after replacing Garmin 305 once and my Garmin 205 once I said why not give this a try. I have followed the user manual and things seems to be going well. I will say way too big for me to use as a every day watch as I see that you can, it does not turn off and on like the Garmin. The satellite did not take long to pick up signal. I will use it in a race tomorrow 5k thats part xc, will of course come back and report. I will stat my own Posting about this product as well. I hope to grow to like it as you. Thank you for your review.

    11/8/11

    I am still loving this watch I will keep you posted. the 5k race I used it in on 11/6/11 went well. The GPS signal is very strong and the race distance measured 3.1!! really surprised at its accuracy. I will keep you posted.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Brian M. Edwards VINE VOICE on January 12, 2012
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    I liked this watch but it arrived defective and had previously been opened and repackaged and should not have been sold as new!
    I decided to try it out anyway and quickly found that even though I set the correct time zone, it would never show the correct day of the week. The included CD was also defective and after trying it in three different laptop's I gave up on it.

    I really did like the heart rate monitor, it worked very well, the chest strap/ monitor was comfortable and easy to put on and I liked the compass which was pretty impressive. The watch is pretty thick but I had only planned to use it for walking and hiking so that was OK.The charger was interesting, a kind of clip on charger that worked very well.
    Although I had to return it because of the defects (they were out of stock and could not ship a replacement) I would consider buying another, just wish I could have tried out the GPS mapping feature. However, pressing the GPS button, it picks up satellite signals quite quickly and it set the time and date ( except day of week) the compass works of the GPS signal and was very accurate.
    The watch is quite stylish and comfortable and the display is easy to read. The wrist strap was also surprisingly comfortable and looked built to last. Too bad really!
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    17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By John L. Walker on October 12, 2011
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    I ordered one of these to replace a flaky Garmin 405CX. This one at least works so far. I've had no luck getting it to talk to the computer though. I've tried contacting GSI through their website but the email bounced - I now have a request in to Amazon customer service asking for a good email address for GSI.

    This just arrived today so I haven't really used it yet other than to see that it works. It found satellites very quickly and shows the correct lat and long for my location, the heart rate monitor function seems accurate, the time setting is right. The literature is somewhat incomplete, for instance I can't find any info on the degree of waterproofness, if any - it's just not mentioned. A sports watch might be assumed to be at least water resistant but it would be nice to know what the maker specifies.

    Another oddity is that there is no manufacturer info anywhere on the watch - no serial number, model number, patent info - nothing. It says "Navigator" on the front face and "CE" on the back and that's it.

    The USB cable supplied is similar to the Garmin one that came with the 405CX, i.e. a USB connector on one end and a clip on the other, but this one has 4 pins instead of the 2 that the Garmin has. I guess because this one is meant to communicate through the USB port and not through an ANT wireless connection. It does show that the battery in the watch is charging when the cable is plugged in and the clip is in place on the watch.

    Another bit of info I can't find is some guesstimate of how long the battery will last following a charge and whether or not it's replaceable - I suspect not but again it would be nice to know for sure.
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