Timex Global Trainer Watch

Men - Sports Chronograph - Digital - Quartz - MPN: T5K267
Product Details
Description
GPS-Enabled Watch Measures Pace, Speed, Distance and More in Real-Time SiRFstarIII GPS Technology Requires No Calibration Measures Location with Altitude Ascent and Descent Distances and Rates Records up to 100 Location Waypoints to Track Back and Create Routes Recalls up to Fifty Custom Routes for Pace Tracking Six Modes of Operation Including Performance and Multisport Modes
Summary
Product Title Timex Global Trainer Watch
Manufacturer Timex
Power Score 4.2 | 1 Review
Expert Reviews
Timex Ironman Global Trainer
4 Star Review  productwiki.com - Nov 28, 2010

The Timex Ironman Global Trainer—also known as the Bodylink System—is a GPS-ready watch released in 2010. It features an integrated SiRFStar III GPS module that can measure any location with altitude ascent and descent distances and rates. It can also calculate pace/speed/distance in real time; record elapsed time, calories burned, and performance data; and includes a hands-free option that automatically starts/stops data capture functions. Additional features include a customizable display that shows up to four data windows; a chronograph with interval/countdown timers; and a Lithium-ion battery that can be recharged via USB or AC. Additional Information The Global Trainer is compatible with any Timex or third-party meter that uses ANT+ wireless technology. Release Dates May 2010 | US Sept 2010 | Worldwide Features Digital GPS Watch Integrated GPS Module Customizable Display Water Resistance Performance Reports Automatic Calculations Detailed Data Recording Rechargeable Battery ANT+ Wireless Compatibility Compatibility Windows XP or Newer Mac ... PROS: (1) upgradable firmware to remedy some issues the watch has in the future (2) built-in GPS receiver for tracking your run accurately (3) durable build quality (4) waterproof to 50M (5) 7 large buttons - well laid out and easy to use while running ... CONS: (1) no footpod support - poor for those who run often on treadmills (2) large physical size - looks bigger in person than it does in images, can be cumbersome to size sensitive individuals / those with smaller wrists (3) measures distance is short - up to 2.5% in some cases

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Product Details
Description
GPS-Enabled Watch Measures Pace, Speed, Distance and More in Real-Time SiRFstarIII GPS Technology Requires No Calibration Measures Location with Altitude Ascent and Descent Distances and Rates Records up to 100 Location Waypoints to Track Back and Create Routes Recalls up to Fifty Custom Routes for Pace Tracking Six Modes of Operation Including Performance and Multisport Modes
Summary
Product Title Timex Global Trainer Watch
Manufacturer Timex
Power Score 4.2 | 1 Review
Additional Specifications
Parent Retsku: B0058ULH2W
Expert Reviews
Timex Ironman Global Trainer
4 Star Review  productwiki.com - Nov 28, 2010

The Timex Ironman Global Trainer—also known as the Bodylink System—is a GPS-ready watch released in 2010. It features an integrated SiRFStar III GPS module that can measure any location with altitude ascent and descent distances and rates. It can also calculate pace/speed/distance in real time; record elapsed time, calories burned, and performance data; and includes a hands-free option that automatically starts/stops data capture functions. Additional features include a customizable display that shows up to four data windows; a chronograph with interval/countdown timers; and a Lithium-ion battery that can be recharged via USB or AC. Additional Information The Global Trainer is compatible with any Timex or third-party meter that uses ANT+ wireless technology. Release Dates May 2010 | US Sept 2010 | Worldwide Features Digital GPS Watch Integrated GPS Module Customizable Display Water Resistance Performance Reports Automatic Calculations Detailed Data Recording Rechargeable Battery ANT+ Wireless Compatibility Compatibility Windows XP or Newer Mac ... PROS: (1) upgradable firmware to remedy some issues the watch has in the future (2) built-in GPS receiver for tracking your run accurately (3) durable build quality (4) waterproof to 50M (5) 7 large buttons - well laid out and easy to use while running ... CONS: (1) no footpod support - poor for those who run often on treadmills (2) large physical size - looks bigger in person than it does in images, can be cumbersome to size sensitive individuals / those with smaller wrists (3) measures distance is short - up to 2.5% in some cases

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