Garmin Forerunner 210

Garmin Forerunner 210

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    • Garmin Forerunner 210 Gps Sports Watch + Heart Rate Monitor - Black (753759969608)

    • $169.99
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    • GARMIN Forerunner 210 w/HRM - Premium (00863-33)

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    • $260.00
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    • GARMIN Forerunner 210 (Premium HRM) (010-00863-33)

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    • GARMIN Forerunner 210 (Premium HRM) (010-00863-33)

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    • Forerunner 210 GPS Fitness Watch Black (010-00863-34)

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  • Shopbot Review
  • 4.5 / 5
    • The good:
      User Friendly, Nice Size, Long Battery Life
    • The bad:
      Unreliable Connector
    The Garmin Forerunner 210 is a GPS-enabled sport watch that you can use to track and analyze your training data, indoors or out. It is easy to set up, easy to use, and has a high-sensitivity GPS featuring HotFix satellite prediction. The Garmin Forerunner 210 locks onto satellites quickly so you can start your outdoor workout in no time. With Garmin's trusted GPS technology, the Forerunner 210 stays locked onto satellites, even in urban areas or under dense trees. The Garmin Forerunner 210's GPS receiver accurately uses satellites to record your time, pace and distance. The Garmin Forerunner 210 can also be used with some indoor fitness equipment. This way, you can track and store data from a treadmill or indoor cycling workout to maximize your training. With Garmin Connect, you can share data with others, create goals, see maps of your training route, and more. Mapping only works outdoors because it requires GPS, but all other data from indoor workouts can be shared and analyzed as well. And, of course, Garmin's powerful Training Center software is included to help you get the most out of your training data. Simplicity is one of the best things about the Garmin Forerunner 210. You do not have to worry much about it that you will focus more on working out. The 210 is so small you would actually consider it reasonable to wear around as a regular men's sport watch. The complicated, hard-to-use menu system is gone, replaced by something easy enough to learn in just a try or two. The screen just shows you distance at the top (set for miles for kilometers), elapsed time in the middle and pace (set for current or average) at the bottom. Period. Fancy stuff like a "virtual runner" is not there. It saves your history and you can upload runs to Garmin Connect if you want. And it does a few other things that probably some, but not most, users ever actually use. And the battery, seems to go for a while, they say at least a week or more, depending on use, of course. This device does not have many cons. Perhaps the biggest complaint is that the 4-pronged USB connector is flaky and gets an unreliable connection. You have to use an odd proprietary clip that clamps down on the front and back of the watch but the clip is not easy to connect to the device so it can slip off of the watch easily. Bottom line is, The Garmin Forerunner 210 is user-friendly, simple and straight-forward. It is really excellent and will add a New dimension to your running.