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Garmin Forerunner 110W GPS enabled Sports Watch with HRM
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- GPS-enabled trainer watch accurately records your distance, time and pace
- High-sensitivity GPS receiver stays locked on satellites, even near tall buildings or under tree cover
- Rechargeable battery provides 8 hours life in training mode, 3 weeks in power save mode
- Upload data to Garmin Connect site to view workout summaries, create goals and more
- Includes heart rate monitor for heart rate-based calorie computation
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|Screen Size||1 in||1.12 in||1.4 in||1|
|Item Dimensions||0.6 x 2.7 x 1.8 in||1.58 x 0.62 x 2.05 in||1.5 x 0.5 x 2 in||1.8 x 1.8 x 0.5 in|
|Item Weight||1.8 ounces||0.32 ounces||1.28 ounces||1.44 ounces|
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115259 Features: Keep track of how far you've run and how fast with this GPS-enabled watch; easy setup requires only a couple of questions for you and you're out the door running HotFix satellite prediction system provides constant coordinates with a high-sensitivity GPS receiver that stays locked onto satellites, even near tall buildings and trees Keep track of of your hear rate with the included heart rate monitor which also allows you to calculate calorie expenditure for weight loss and fueling purposes Record your laps and workouts to afterward you can download and track your data using the Garmin Connect website that provides analysis and sharing capabilities Record your laps with laps history feature that allows you to automatically start new laps with the Auto Lap feature Specifications: Weight to dimensions: 18 oz to 18 x 27 x 06 inches Display size: 10 x 10 inches Battery type to battery life: rechargeable lithium-ion to 3 weeks (power save mode); 8 hours (training mode) Waypoints to routes: 0
Top Customer Reviews
cons-fairly expensive, GPS loses some accuracy under heavy tree cover.
This watch is especially good for two kinds of runners: those who run on trails, and can't easily lock in distances (and thus pace); and those who travel, but still want to run outside, rather than on hotel treadmills. In both instances, this watch will give you accurate distance information, as well as pace and heart rate. The other big improvements that I haven't seen mentioned in other reviews are that unlike the 405, it has reverted to button controls, and also to a direct USB cable connection to your computer for uploading run information. Garmin is not advertising these changes, since they are ostensibly steps backward from the 405's bezel controls and wireless connection, but these were the sources of most of the complaints about the 405--especially problems with the bezel once it got wet with sweat or rain. This is no longer an issue.
You have to wonder whether some of the people writing these (one star) reviews actually run--or whether they work for Polar or Timex? The watch gives you distance, time and pace, as well as heart rate information, as you go. For most easy or long runs on trails or the road, this is all you need. On the track, you know the distance, so if you're doing intervals, just use the stopwatch. The only scenario where the lack of 'current pace' could be a problem as far as I can see is in doing tempo runs, if you do do them by time (say 20 minutes easy, 40 minutes tempo, 10 minutes warm down) instead of by distance, as I do them.Read more ›
Just remember that this isn't suppose to have all the bells and whistle the other running watches have. This is for just simple use; distance, pace, calories, heart rate, time. This will suffice most people, and definitely extremely user friendly.
The advantages of the 110:
1. awesome size and fit on your wrist (maybe a tad bulky compared to your normal stopwatch but not too bad, much smaller than older GPS models from what I've seen)
2. quickly locates satellites and doesn't drop signal (and I'm in the middle of nowhere in Colorado)
3. Gives you mileage covered and average pace for the current segment (by default a mile) while you're running
4. Beeps at each mile you hit and lets you know what that mile was just covered in. I can also see from the average pace for the current segment (mile) what I'm likely going to hit the next mile in.
The disadvantages of the 110:
1. it doesn't allow you to review your mile splits on the watch after you've finished your run. You need to upload the data to your computer/GarminConnect in order review them. I don't think this is really a big deal if you're just using it for your daily distance runs (as I am) because the watch beeps after each mile (so you have the last mile split in your head) and at the conclusion of the run you get the total distance covered, time elapsed. So it's not like it's a mystery to figure out what your splits were. But if you want to review that in detail, you'll need to connect it to the computer.
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I'm also happy with the performance. I'm not sure why other reviews say that current pace isn't shown on the display - it very clearly is. The top third of the display shows total distance, the center toggles between time and heart rate, and the bottom third shows current pace. When you complete a mile it shows average pace for 10 seconds or so, then goes back to current pace. Perhaps there was a software update since the reviews were written - when I connected the watch to my PC and went to Garmin's website an update was automatically downloaded and installed (very easy process) so if I'm being charitable to those reviewers I'd assume that was the case.
The buttons on the watch work really well, and were easy to learn - I don't want to think about how to use them while I'm running, and after the first couple of times using it I don't have to. They feel responsive and solid. I've run in the rain and had no problems with moisture damage.
The link to Garmin's site is also very nice. It's easy to upload your activities, and the information it shows is very clear. I love seeing the maps of where I've been, and using the play feature to see how my pace and heart rate vary with location and elevation changes, plus estimated calories burned.
The only criticism I'd have is that it's not always 100% easy to connect the USB cable to the watch, as they've used a clip thing rather than a port, but I would guess they didn't want moisture to get in the port.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Awesome watch, wished it could Bluetooth to my phone, but does what it was marketed to do.Published 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
Exactly as shown and described. I wasn't a fan of the monitor strap around the chest. They've come out with several products now that do not require this strap.Published 14 days ago by Lauren
The wrist band started cracking on both sides of the watch with less than 25 uses--that's ridiculous. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Harv V
Had problems syncing. I guess it was a pioneer product but now with Fitbit and others it is probably outdated technology!Published 17 days ago by Varshneya
In arrive time the product met expectations, because it was for a present birthday. The product, for what you want to use so far, meets all my expectationsPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer