With Forerunner 110 you can track your training easily, the device is GPS enabled, allowing distance and speed are always available -... Without any other...... more
With Forerunner 110 you can track your training easily, the device is GPS enabled, allowing distance and speed are always available -... Without any other accessories Equipment layout is minimal and simple just press the start button and walk going on. When training for the first 5-kilometer run or a marathon and in the increase of speed and accurate fitness training data are extremely important. The Forerunner 110 uses GPS technology to record distance, time speed and accuracy. The data from each run are stored in the device, so you can check how your performance was in the last week or last month. If you want a more detailed analysis, you can upload the data on our site, Garmin Connect ™. It has never been easier to just start moving. The Forerunner 110 is in operation as intuitive as no other exercise equipment. After unpacking the device, charge it up, go outside and once you answer a few questions about the setup capture GPS satellite signals . Then press the button "start", and walk away you go. When you are finished with your workout, press the "stop" button. It's that simple.
Type:Handheld sat nav. Screen Size (Diagonal):1. Screen Width:Y. Horizontal Display Resolution (pixels):1. Vertical Display Resolution (pixels):1. Navigate To...... more
Type:Handheld sat nav. Screen Size (Diagonal):1. Screen Width:Y. Horizontal Display Resolution (pixels):1. Vertical Display Resolution (pixels):1. Navigate To Street Name:N. Electronic Compass:N. Optimise Route For Multiple Destinations:N. GPS Enabled:Y. Lane Guidance System:N. 3D Building View:N. 3D Mapping:N. Additional Map Function:N. Choice Of Route Setup:N. Customisable Points Of Interest:N. Dynamic Rerouting:Y. Internal Battery Type:Rechargeable. Battery Life (hrs):8 hours training mode. Number Of Batteries Required:1. Bluetooth':N. FM Transmitter:N. Minimum PC System Requirements:XP, Vista, Windows 7. Spoken Directions:N. MP3 Player:N. Audio Book Player:N. Headphone Jack/audio Line-out:N. USB Port:Y. Accepts Data Cards:N. Portable:Y. Monitors Speed & Distance:Y. Barometric Altimeter:N. High-sensitivity Receiver:Y. Marine-friendly:N. Picture Viewer:N. Speed Limit Indicator:N. Voice-activated Navigation:N. Water-resistant:Y. World Time & Currency:N. Tide Tables:N. Unit-to-unit Transfer:N. Touch Screen:N. Memory Type:Internal. Legal Copy:rohs/wee. What"s in the Box:Includes: mains charger. Product Height:6.9 Centimetre. Product Width:4.5 Centimetre. Product Depth:1.4 Centimetre. Unit of Measure for Product Weight:Kilogram. Assembled Height:6.9. Assembled Width:4.5. Assembled Depth:1.4. Unit of Measure for Assembled Weight:Kilogram.
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