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Garmin

Forerunner 10 GPS

MSRP:$129.99
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Garmin

Forerunner 210 GPS

MSRP:$199.99
Now:$169.95
VIP:$152.95
 
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Garmin

fenix 2 GPS Performer HRM Bundle

MSRP:$449.99
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Garmin

Forerunner 910XT Triathlon Bundle

MSRP:$499.99
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Polar

V800 GPS with Heart Rate Monitor

MSRP:$499.99
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Garmin

fenix 2 GPS

MSRP:$399.99
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Women's Garmin

Forerunner 210 GPS + HRM

MSRP:$249.99
Now:$169.95
VIP:$152.95
 
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Garmin

Forerunner 210 GPS w/HRM

MSRP:$249.99
Now:$199.95
VIP:$179.95
 
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Men's Garmin

FR70 HRM

MSRP:$129.99
Now:$99.95
VIP:$89.96
 
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Polar

RCX3 Run

MSRP:$289.99
Now:$289.95
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Women's Garmin

FR70 HRM

MSRP:$129.99
Now:$99.95
VIP:$89.96
 
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Polar

V800 GPS

MSRP:$449.99
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Ambit2 S

MSRP:$349.99
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RC3 GPS

MSRP:$279.99
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REVIEWS:Heart Rate Monitors

Forerunner 10 GPS

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Womens Fit!

By MJ

from San Diego, CA

Comments about Garmin Forerunner 10 GPS Monitors:

Finally gps is getting smaller. I got my wife the green one, it's still about 1/4 in. thick, but definitely fits a womens wrist better than any others.


Forerunner 210 GPS

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Garmin Got It Right with the 210

By Russ

from Indianapolis, IN

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Durable
  • Easy To Use
  • Versatile

Cons

  • Hard to attach charger

Best Uses

  • Daily

Comments about Garmin Forerunner 210 GPS Monitors:

I consider myself somewhere between the casual/recreational and avid athlete categories, but not a "gym rat." I jog an average of 3.5 miles about every other day. I run a few 5Ks each year, but mainly jog by myself. I travel a fair amount, and have used Garmin Forerunners (205, 405, and now the 210) on six continents (all but Antarctica). I used a Forerunner 405 for over a year, but got fed up with the touch-sensitive bezel: almost every time I jogged with it, something unexpected (often bad) happened when the bezel was falsely activated. The 210 is smaller/lighter, finds satellites fast, and has all the features I need. And it's less expensive than the 405. I have a foot pod for indoor tracks, and use it for cadence data even when I'm using the GPS for location tracking, pace, and distance. The charging/download cable clip connection to the 210 is a little hard to get used to, and has to be reconnected once in a while, but I've used the 210 for over a month now and have gotten the hang of it. I use Garmin Training Center on my laptop to upload and store 210 data and Google Earth to produce location tracks.

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Forerunner 910XT Triathlon Bundle

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Now with mount and cadence sensor

By MJ

from San Diego, CA

Comments about Garmin Forerunner 910XT Triathlon Bundle Monitors:

910 is a sweet tri watch anyway, but having the bundle I get a price break vs. buying the pieces and adding myself. Battery life is the best at 20 hours!

 
Heart Rate Monitors how to choose & why to buy!
 

Heart Rate Monitors

A heart rate monitor (HRM) is the perfect tool to help take your runs to the next level. Whether you're training for a 5k or a Marathon, you'll get in-depth insights as to how your body handles the fitness regimens you put it through. Log your average heart rate for a specific distance at a goal pace over a 2 week time period. Before you know it you'll be using less energy to cover the same distance in less time, which means you'll be getting FASTER!

You'll be living like a king or queen when you strap your HRM to your wrist for your next run. With features like stopwatch/split times, speed and distance monitors, calorie counters, target heart rate zone read-outs, you'll have every bit of data you could possibly need to take your workout to the next level.

You'll be running in the cream of the crop when you choose a heart rate monitor with the straps that go around your chest. You'll feel confident in your data because these HRM models are as accurate as heart rate monitors on the market right now get. You can't go wrong with a Garmin heart rate monitor or HRMs from Polar, Timex or Suunto.

What activities are heart rate monitors best for? Running, cycling, jogging, walking, swimming, gym workout, CrossFit & triathlons/triathlon training. Anyone looking to take their fitness to the next level should give a heart rate monitor a try!

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