Garmin D2 Pilot Watch: Aviation + GPS on Your Wrist

While commercial pilots might not use this kind of watch to replace the computers they work with in Jumbo Jets, frequent travelers and private pilots might enjoy the goodies features on this latest Garmin watch.

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Garmin Fēnix GPS Watch


Perfect for the outdoorsman, but the Garmin Fēnix GPS Watch is a high-sensitivity GPS navigator + ABC adventure watch, allowing even hands-free operation.

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Garmin Approach S2 – A GPS Smartwatch for Golfers


Any extra edge can help you win the game. Thanks to technology, there are always new devices that can improve your performance. The Garmin Approach S2 will provide golfers with a library of 30,000 course layouts from around the world, without needing a mobile data connection.

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Garmin Forerunner 10: A Thinner, Lighter, Cheaper GPS Watch

GPS watches are great to track your runs, but most of them are kind of bulky. This new lightweight series from Garmin isn’t aimed at triathletes. It’s made to compete with some of the watches from Nike and Polar, which make it dead simple to track your runs.

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Garmin Fenix GPS Watch for Geeking out in the Great Outdoors

The latest Garmin watch takes GPS to the next level thanks to its features and connectivity. You can use it in the wilderness or the urban jungle since it includes a variety of advanced GPS functions, including navigation and tracking of your journeys. It’s perfect for you if you’re a hiker, mountaineer, mountain biker, or backcountry skier.

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Garmin Forerunner 610: The Touchscreen GPS Watch is a Go!

Garmin just revealed a new GPS watch, the Forerunner 610. Unlike the previous model, it has touchscreen technology, and is a bit more svelte, so it can serve as your everyday watch if you don’t mind charging it every night.

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6KM Short Run

I went out for a run tonight. It started out alright, but towards the end, my knees were hurting. That’s what happens when you start running a lot after having not worked out that much for a while. Hacking myself back into shape isn’t going to be an easy process, but it’s already made significant changes.

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6.1 KM Short Run

I went on a run tonight. I was a bit annoyed at the rain because it came right when I wanted to go out on long bike rides. Although I could have gone after the rain, I don’t think that slippery surfaces + night ride works well. Instead, I opted to take a day off yesterday and run tonight.

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5.6 KM Short Run

I took a rest day last night because my left Achilles tendon was slightly sore. I figured out how to sync the Garmin Edge 500 quickly. It needs to be placed on a windowsill with a clear view of the sky. If this is done and the device isn’t moved, syncing with the satellites can be done in 10-20 seconds. That’s a lot faster than the minutes it took before!

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4.45 KM Short Run

For someone who hasn’t run in 9 months, I think that I’m recuperating quite well. Once again, tonight I went on my daily run. It was fun. I usually go out at 11PM. Tonight, I finished working at around 10:45PM, but I couldn’t get the Garmin Edge 500 to sync with the satellites. I hate that, because it usually finds the sats during the run, after about 10 minutes of running. It’s annoying. Tomorrow night, I’ll place it on a windowsill with a clear view of the sky. That will probably work wonders. It’s supposed to sync in about 20 seconds or so in those conditions.

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