Garmin Forerunner 110 GPS watch £69.99 plus £3.95 delivery or Free via click & collect at Sweat Shop
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Garmin Forerunner 110 GPS watch £69.99 plus £3.95 delivery or Free via click & collect at Sweat Shop

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Found 13th Sep 2014
This price is in the private sale area of sweatshop.co.uk but it is free to register. UK Delivery is £3.95 but click and collect is free.

Forerunner 110's data-friendly display makes it simple to read on the run with the all-important time, distance and average pace always there when you need it.

Forerunner 110 is automatically set up to show your current mile pace and will capture and display the split time for every mile you run. Alternatively, you can adjust this to kilometres if you prefer, or even change the distance to get more frequent splits.

Features:
Current Pace
Current Time
Average Pace
Total Distance
Duration of Activity
Auto Laps/Splits
Calories Counter
Up to 50m Water Resistance
Up to 30 Day Watch Mode
Up to 8 Hours GPS Mode
Limited Data Review on the Watch (180 hours of basic info)
Garmin Connect Compatible (can sync to other providers e.g. Strava)

They also have the watch with heart monitor strap included for £20 more.

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good stuff, heat added

Showing up as 139.99?

it is now £139.99

zaqwsx

it is now £139.99



This price is in the private sale area of sweatshop.co.uk but it is free to register.

This isn't expired and it is a cracking price.

A few quid more from Amazon but worth it for the peace of mind click click.

zaqwsx

it is now £139.99



This model does not have the Heart Rate Monitor.

Original Poster

This should not be expired as the price is still £69.99 once you register an account on their website.

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Grill

This model does not have the Heart Rate Monitor.



Model without heart rate monitor is £69.99
Models with heart rate monitor are £89.99

Above prices still available in the private sale area of the website.

Banned

Great price - just ordered.

Not expired.

Grill

A few quid more from Amazon but worth it for the peace of mind click … A few quid more from Amazon but worth it for the peace of mind click click.



Not if you want that heart rate monitor as well, which for me is a bit of a necessity. Granted if I didn't need it I'd probably go Amazon so you do have a point

This is a great GPS running watch. When on your wrist it just looks like a normal watch. It has just the right amount of features and it can be used on a bike by changing the pace to speed in the settings. Mine typically lasts around 8 hours on recording mode and weeks on standby. I think I paid around £120 for mine from Amazon with a premium heart rate strap, so this is a very good deal and the Sweatshop are a very reputable company.

Why would you use this watch (or any watch) instead of mobile phone and an app like Strava?

ronin1

Why would you use this watch (or any watch) instead of mobile phone and … Why would you use this watch (or any watch) instead of mobile phone and an app like Strava?



Strava is less accurate than the garmin. I use Strava, my good lady uses the watch. Different folks n all that!!!

ronin1

Why would you use this watch (or any watch) instead of mobile phone and … Why would you use this watch (or any watch) instead of mobile phone and an app like Strava?



It's a watch, it's a lot easier to look at when running and far less bulky than any phone and strap combo.

Thanks, I'll stick with phone & normal wristwatch combo.

This is a simple to use GPS watch, works very well. Use it for my bike and 5-a-side football.

Original Poster

Mine arrived yesterday - the intention is to use it to track my cycle rides rather than having my smartphone strapped to my upper arm.

I'm also going to use it when going for long walks since GPS sucks the life out of my phone's battery if used for several hours.

ronin1

Why would you use this watch (or any watch) instead of mobile phone and … Why would you use this watch (or any watch) instead of mobile phone and an app like Strava?



As people have already said, this will be more accurate, plus it is also water resistant and a bit more robust than a phone. I've worn mine in rain, snow and hail without worrying, I definitely wouldn't risk my phone in those conditions.

i had one - its very basic - doesn't even show current pace. Also with cycling it cannot connect to the garmin cadence sensor.

I went with the 410 which is a vast improvement

You could have garmin 310 for same price !

this looks nicer though

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logohigh

You could have garmin 310 for same price !



Where can you get the 310 for £69.99 ?

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RRFierce

i had one - its very basic - doesn't even show current pace. Also with … i had one - its very basic - doesn't even show current pace. Also with cycling it cannot connect to the garmin cadence sensor.I went with the 410 which is a vast improvement



The spec indicates it should be able to show current pace. If not, I'll be returning it.. useless!

it doesn't show current pace but the average pace for the current lap/interval which can be set as low as 0.25 of a mile. personally i think this is more useful than current pace which could be all over the place.

I got this recently with the heart rate monitor and it's fantastic. Garmin connect is very good too. Also you can sync the activities with strava definitely a great price for a decent running GPS watch.

Oh and it is much more accurate than using strava or endomondo etc... on the phone, Although it does work (I used the apps for about 2 years) it's

I got this recently with the heart rate monitor and it's fantastic. Garmin connect is very good too. Also you can sync the activities with strava definitely a great price for a decent running GPS watch.

Oh and it is much more accurate than using strava or endomondo etc... on the phone, Although it does work (I used the apps for about 2 years) it's worth buying a watch especially for that price.

Nick86

it doesn't show current pace but the average pace for the current … it doesn't show current pace but the average pace for the current lap/interval which can be set as low as 0.25 of a mile. personally i think this is more useful than current pace which could be all over the place.


I set mine to 0.25 miles, as you say, more useful in some ways than an actual current pace.

Love this watch (with HR monitor), I also have the Touring Edge for the bike. Garmin Connect is superb with both devices.

Are these Private Sale watches brand new? I don't see anywhere where it says they're used, but I'm not 100% sure.

but does it have an alarm?

I hope they are brand new as I just bought one........I would have thought they have to tell you if they are not, what makes you think they are not new items buddn07?

Sweatshop are a very good company, they dont sell second hand stuff. They are a specialist running store. Ive bought from them for years, highly recommended and i would feel safer buying from them over amazon anyday.
Ok this is not the best spec Garmin watch, but for 69.99 this is a very good deal. I have the 405 and it is far more accurate than strava, verified to the last point 2 miles of a marathon on a few occasions. And boy that .2 miles is the most important!

Can you export GPS data? (Want to use GPS for photography, lightroom)

Can you guys confirm if it's possible to change it to km - i run in km not miles ;-)
How does this work with exporting data? do you have to connect watch after every run? Ideally i'd like to to export data every week or so but i want to have all my runs saved / listed
Edited by: "maremalin1" 17th Sep 2014

pkitch

I hope they are brand new as I just bought one........I would have … I hope they are brand new as I just bought one........I would have thought they have to tell you if they are not, what makes you think they are not new items buddn07?



It was the term private sell. To me it sounded like members selling rather than the website.

Grill

A few quid more from Amazon but worth it for the peace of mind click … A few quid more from Amazon but worth it for the peace of mind click click.



What peace of mind? Online retailer, rather than cheaper from a store chain in a high street, where you can take it straight back to at no cost?
I don't get it. Sweatshop are a very good shop, and always extremely helpful. It's just a shame they are often RRP, or I would use them so much more.

buddn07

It was the term private sell. To me it sounded like members selling … It was the term private sell. To me it sounded like members selling rather than the website.



Sweatshop have Private members events. They used to be invite and instore only. Not anymore it seems.

maremalin1

Can you guys confirm if it's possible to change it to km - i run in km … Can you guys confirm if it's possible to change it to km - i run in km not miles ;-)How does this work with exporting data? do you have to connect watch after every run? Ideally i'd like to to export data every week or so but i want to have all my runs saved / listed



Not got mine yet, but every watch and app I tried has the function to change units. It limits the sales area if they don't.

The manual states it saves 180 hours of run history, and then overwrites the oldest, so think you will be fine.

jinius

Can you export GPS data? (Want to use GPS for photography, lightroom)



If you upload your run it will show you a map of where you have been, but it won't specifically link to a GPS co-ordinate

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maremalin1

Can you guys confirm if it's possible to change it to km - i run in km … Can you guys confirm if it's possible to change it to km - i run in km not miles ;-)How does this work with exporting data? do you have to connect watch after every run? Ideally i'd like to to export data every week or so but i want to have all my runs saved / listed



I can confirm that you can set the watch to Miles or Kilometers and that exporting the data weekly will be fine as the watch will store approximately 180 hours of run history before data gets overwritten. I assume that if you are using it with a heart rate monitor and have the lap interval set to the minimum then as it will be recording more data the history period will be shorter. However, you should still have no problems unless you're running pretty much every waking hour during the week.

widebob

Where can you get the 310 for £69.99 ?




No , youre correct

with hrn , it would be another 30 quid .

But probably worth it
Edited by: "logohigh" 18th Sep 2014
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