16 October 2011

Garmin Forerunner 610 not only watches or GPS

Garmin Forerunner 610, Forerunner like all the hands they can track the speed, pace, heart rate, location and calories burned. Watch, when the initial launch, it will prompt you to enter your height, weight, sex and age. With this info can more accurately determine the calories burned during your workout, which is then fitted with a heart rate monitor, provided you have one or buy one - one that is included in my test model. In case you do not enter this information during the launch, you can also access this menu from the menu 'settings'.

You can also set which detects automatically pauses when you stop or slow down your speed - a nice feature in the event you hit the road full of traffic lights and you do not want your statistics juked because of poor city planning. To start a new exercise you only need to press the reset button for 3 seconds, as shown on the screen. This causes the practice to be able to login, which can be viewed directly on the watch, although this could be the man to challenge thanks to 1-inch screen with a resolution of 128 × 128.

Because Forerunner 610 uses a touch screen, they've managed to pack in just 3 physical buttons are straight forward and easy to use, unlike the Forerunner 310XT or Forerunner 210. They include a power switch that functions as a backlight button, the button start / stop and lap / reset button. Press the start / stop and Forerunner will begin to track your workouts and kick on a timer. Lap button is pretty self explanatory, although you can be automatically set to log 610 laps based on distance or position.

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