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3 reviews | 3 out of 5
I run between 15 and 30 miles per week and wanted a GPS watch to help track my distances and split times. I purchased the sportline cardio gps with a gift card, the limit of the card was my price point. I didn't expect a lot out of an 80 dollar gps watch. I unboxed it and hooked it up to it's easy charging clamp. Aftertwo hours it showed full. I used the simple user manual to set up the watch. An hour later I took it on a 5 mile run. The gps signal connected in a matter of seconds. After my run I was able to go back to the history mode and review my start time, total run time, my 1 mile pace lap times, and average pace. The watch will show you your speed in MPH but I only care about minutes per mile pacing. The battery monitor still shows fully charged after my 40 minute run and 11 hours of standby watch style function. The watch is not overly bulky and is easy to use especially during a workout. For 80 dollars this watch is a great value and should not be overlooked because it is so inexpensive. The only drawback is if you record your runs on a smartphone or computer it will have to be keyed in manually because the watch does not support any type of data transfer. The history mode will archive your workouts and display them in order by date. Awesome deal!
I had a mini triathlon coming up and wanted a watch that I could use to track my time and miles covered. I found this watch marked down at my local Wal-Mart for $60 and thought I would give it a try. It was pretty simple to set up and comes with a cord to charge via my computer. The cord is just for charging and you can not download your time...which I didn't really care about anyway. The band was rather large for my wrist and I had to wrap it around to the last hole but it still fit. The buttons are easy to push and figure out. The gps hooks up as soon as I push the button. I used it last Saturday and it worked like a charm during the running, kayaking and biking. I am a fan of this watch now and even used it again today to check my miles and calories burned. If you are just looking for something to track with and don't care that it doesn't link to anything via the web then this is a great watch to use for the price. We will see how long it lasts.
Takes forever to pick up a signal. The first time I pushed a button to set the time, the button fell off. It's a piece of junk; spend a little more and get a Garmin.