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Absolutely not. This only tracks your mileage that your run. I has no map etc.
By Compbl on August 7, 2014
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Yes, this is a women's watch. I am an average-sized male and thought perhaps this watch would work for me but when it arrived it was definitely too small to fit on my wrist. I could barely get the buckle to the first (largest) hole and it was decidedly not comfortable. I returned the watch and got the larger red/black … see more Yes, this is a women's watch. I am an average-sized male and thought perhaps this watch would work for me but when it arrived it was definitely too small to fit on my wrist. I could barely get the buckle to the first (largest) hole and it was decidedly not comfortable. I returned the watch and got the larger red/black one and it fit well. The red/black and orange watches are for men, but the remainder are a women's size watch. They are decidedly not unisex due to this sizing issue. see less Yes, this is a women's watch. I am an average-sized male and thought perhaps this watch would work for me but when it arrived it was definitely too small to fit on my wrist. I could barely get the buckle to the first (largest) hole and it was decidedly not comfortable. I returned the watch and got the larger red/black one and it fit well. The red/black and orange watches are for men, but the remainder are a women's size watch. They are decidedly not unisex due to this sizing issue.
By Kevin R. on April 3, 2014
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The lap function is hard set to 1 mile, so I assume you are refering to the Run/Walk interval option, which you can set either to any time up to 10 minutes. So you could set the Run time to 30 seconds followed by the Walk time to 30 seconds. At the end of each interval, there are 3 beeps followed by a 5 beep tune, whic… see more The lap function is hard set to 1 mile, so I assume you are refering to the Run/Walk interval option, which you can set either to any time up to 10 minutes. So you could set the Run time to 30 seconds followed by the Walk time to 30 seconds. At the end of each interval, there are 3 beeps followed by a 5 beep tune, which should be loud enough to hear. It does not vibrate. see less The lap function is hard set to 1 mile, so I assume you are refering to the Run/Walk interval option, which you can set either to any time up to 10 minutes. So you could set the Run time to 30 seconds followed by the Walk time to 30 seconds. At the end of each interval, there are 3 beeps followed by a 5 beep tune, which should be loud enough to hear. It does not vibrate.
By Timothy Parker on June 9, 2013
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This is obviously dependent on location and how hard the watch has to try to capture the GPS signal (are you concealed from skyview at any point, etc.). You can expect anywhere from 4-5 hrs of continuous use. My last run was greater than 4 hrs and I took it off the charger and went running, it lasted roughly 4 hrs that… see more This is obviously dependent on location and how hard the watch has to try to capture the GPS signal (are you concealed from skyview at any point, etc.). You can expect anywhere from 4-5 hrs of continuous use. My last run was greater than 4 hrs and I took it off the charger and went running, it lasted roughly 4 hrs that day. And that seems to be the norm for where I am. Hope that helps. see less This is obviously dependent on location and how hard the watch has to try to capture the GPS signal (are you concealed from skyview at any point, etc.). You can expect anywhere from 4-5 hrs of continuous use. My last run was greater than 4 hrs and I took it off the charger and went running, it lasted roughly 4 hrs that day. And that seems to be the norm for where I am. Hope that helps.
By GainzofThronesPartDeux on January 21, 2014
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Yes, you can do walk/run with this watch. It is easy to set up.
By E-For-3 on January 1, 2013
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It has a water rating of 5 ATM, which is equivalent to what we called 50 meter water resistance a decade or two ago. So while I wouldn't take this scuba diving or wakeboarding, it will be just fine in the rain.
By Nick Basile on November 22, 2014
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Yes, it does track elevation. I'm not sure if you can view elevation info on the watch itself, but once you upload the run data into something like Garmin Connect or Strava you will be able to see elevation gain and an elevation graph.
By Timeless on June 10, 2014
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Yes no reliance on cell service.
By Rich Blake on June 16, 2016
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Yes
By Doublereeder2 on August 11, 2014
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Yes, it has the pace notifier.
By Amazon Customer on July 29, 2014