Garmin Forerunner 210 +HR Monitor at WalkWear for £104
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Garmin Forerunner 210 +HR Monitor at WalkWear for £104

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Found 22nd Apr 2017
Easy-to-use GPS sportswatch.

Track every minute and every mile with the easy-to-use Forerunner® 210. This GPS-enabled sport watch accurately records your time, average pace1, distance and calories burned. The Forerunner 210 also measures current pace which the Forerunner 110 does not.

For walkers who want more training capabilities, Forerunner 210 lets you create customised interval sessions and see your pace for each interval. It also comes with our premium soft strap heart rate monitor and allows you to customise heart rate zones and alerts. Once your workout’s done, you can upload to Garmin Connect™ to analyse, store and share your data, see the route you travelled on a map and even create goals.

1Displays average pace over last lap. If auto lap is off, displays average pace over entire activity unless lap button is manually pressed.

EASY TO USE - Simply locate satellites, press start and go
ACCURATE DATA - How fast, how far and where you run
AUTOLAP - Predetermine when a lap is logged by distance and view pace for the previous lap
HEART RATE - View and record heart rate data with the included HR strap
RECHARGEABLE BATTERY - Up to 3 weeks battery (watch), 8 hours (training)
GARMIN CONNECT™ - Review, relive and replay every step on a variety of maps
Dimensions (W x H x D): 4.5 x 6.9 x 1.4 centimetres
Weight: 52 grams
Box Contains

Forerunner 210 GPS watch
Softstrap heart rate monitor
AC charger
Charging/Data clip
Owner's manual on disk
Quick reference guide

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2 Comments
It is a very old model now (released in 2010), and has a few annoyances. It can takes ages to get the GPS signal - means you have to stand outside for several minutes, before you start running. And a fiddly USB connection.
Probably better with a newer model, eg Forerunner 25 or 35.
Tomtom tends to dominate at this price point - the last model Runner 2/Spark with an optical HRM (a very good watch) is around this price now. And as stated above - the 210 is a pretty old model now.
Cold from me, it's just not that great value.
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