Garmin
$299.99

Garmin Forerunner 230 Force Yellow Bundle : The Garmin Forerunner 230 Heart Rate Monitor Bundle, when connected to your smartphone..., allows audio prompts that include laps and lap times to help motivate you to meet your goals. An easy-to-read color graph shows your heart rate zone at a quick glance so it won't disrupt your rhythm. This watch is the same size as the Forerunner 225 but with a 44% larger screen. To challenge yourself, download advanced workouts and training plans with Garmin Connect. Download watch faces, widgets, apps and data fields with Connect IQ. Features Auto Lap™ and Auto Pause™ training options. Provides pace alerts, interval training, and Virtual Partner™ software. Built with a recovery advisor and bike/speed cadence sensor compatible. Activity Tracking counts steps, calories and distance with a move bar and vibration alerts. VO2 Max Estimates predicts race times for several distances when used with heart rate. Provides 11 hours of battery life in training mode and up to 9 days in watch mode. Smart Notifications display incoming emails, text messages, call alerts, calendar reminders and music control. GLONASS capability provides additional GPS accuracy. Garmin Forerunner Watch Comparison read more

Garmin
$249.99

Garmin Forerunner 230 Purple Strike : The Garmin Forerunner 230 GPS watch, when connected to your smartphone, allows audio prompts... that include laps and lap times to help motivate you to meet your goals. Control your music, read your text messages and see incoming emails on the Smart Notifications display. This watch is the same size as the Forerunner 225 but with a 44% larger screen. To challenge yourself, download advanced workouts and training plans with Garmin Connect. Download watch faces, widgets, apps and data fields with Connect IQ. Features Auto Lap™ and Auto Pause™ training options. Provides pace alerts, interval training, and Virtual Partner™ software. Built with a recovery advisor and bike/speed cadence sensor compatible. Activity Tracking counts steps, calories and distance with a move bar and vibration alerts. Provides 11 hours of battery life in training mode and up to 9 days in watch mode. GLONASS capability provides additional GPS accuracy. Heart-rate compatible. Garmin Forerunner Watch Comparison read more

Suunto
$249.00

Suunto's Ambit3 Run GPS Watch does a lot more than showing you where you are on trails and running routes. Apart from the GPS wayp...oint, visual route navigation, track back, route planning, and track logging via Suunto's Movescount app, the Ambit3 Watch also features speed, pace, distance, and altitude calculations for any training sessions whether you're cycling, swimming, or mountaineering. Suunto's Movescount app also helps you train how you want to by connecting the Ambit3 to your smartphone, with a workout planner, fitness testing, and interval workout voice guidance. Smartphone connectivity also lets you see calls, messages, and push notifications. Suunto's Smart Sensor heart rate monitor strap (sold separately) records your ticker even when you're swimming, and it includes a calorie counter, recovery time, heart rate zones, and heart rate limits. The watch also features Suunto's FusedSpeed running pace, a chronograph, lap counter, LED backlighting, and a rechargeable battery that lasts for 14 days. read more

Timex
$79.95

Turn your workouts up a notch with the Timex Ironman Run x20 GPS, a slim, low-profile device that you wear just like a watch to ke...ep tabs on all your measureables. It keeps track of your distance, speed, calories burned, intervals, laps, and more, without the bulkiness of a standard GPS, and, being water resistant to 50m, it won't go on the fritz when you go for a run in the rain. read more

FitMotion
$44.34

Fitmotion is simple and elegant activity and sleep tracker that anybody can use! The high quality coin style aluminum body has 12 ...bright LEDs that activate when tapped to display the current time and the progress toward your daily fitness goal set in the mobile app. The Tracker Cell Contains a 3 axis accelerometer technology which accurately senses movement like walking, running, biking and swimming when worn on your wrist (Or almost anywhere on your body.) Download the free “Fitmotion Tracker” app and enter info about your body and get an accurate estimate of the number of calories your have burned throughout the day. Use the app to check through your past activity and sleep history and see your progress over time. Set a goal for a daily activity level and stay motivated when you check your progress from the wristband. The app has loads of built in FAQs and even a direct way to email support so no worries if you’re not too tech savvy. And what is with all of the ugly fitness trackers out there? Fitmotion is sure to draw eyes (without being too flashy) from your friends and family and looks great in both casual or formal settings. The armband is completely adjustable and fits the wrists of Men and Women and even children from 6.25” min - 9” max circumference (Most people like to wear it a bit loose.) Check out our setup tutorial video (available on YouTube) for a complete walk through! read more

Fitbit
$169.99

Motivation is your best accessory with Fitbit Altaa customizable fitness tracker designed to fit your personal style . Stay motiva...ted by tracking all-day activity like steps, distance, calories burned and active minutes, and get credit for your... read more

Fitbit
$149.99

Get motivated with instant personal stats right on your wrist Accurately track your heart rate, steps taken, stairs climbed, calor...ies burned, distance traveled and active minutes. Discover your sleep patterns Monitor how long and how well you sleep.... read more

Garmin
$129.99 $59.99

The stylish Garmin Forerunner 10 Watch tracks your distance, pace and calories, allowing you to optimize your workout. With a high...-sensitivity GPS receiver, this Garmin 10 Watch, in Pink/White, records your position and can help you to identify your... read more

Fitbit
$102.82

*This item is REFURBISHED. Train smarter and go farther with Surge, a sleek Fitness Super Watch that helps you reach your peak per...formance on the track, in the gym and anywhere you are, all day. With integrated GPS and automatic, continuous,... read more

Garmin
$129.99 $56.83

The stylish Garmin Forerunner 10 Watch tracks your distance, pace and calories, allowing you to optimize your workout. With a high...-sensitivity GPS receiver, this Garmin 10 Watch, in Pink/White, records your position and can help you to identify your... read more

Fitbit
$59.95

The Fitbit Zip Wireless Act Tracker is an efficient way to monitor your everyday fitness. Its versatile functionality provides you... with detailed feedback so you can easily stay on track. Much more than a pedometer, this Fitbit Zip activity tracker... read more

Garmin
$129.99 $64.99

The stylish Garmin Forerunner 10 Watch tracks your distance, pace and calories, allowing you to optimize your workout. With a high...-sensitivity GPS receiver, this Garmin 10 Watch, in Pink/White, records your position and can help you to identify your... read more

Exerpeutic
$189.00 $149.00

Exercise in the comfort of your home with the effective and affordable Exerpeutic Recumbent Bike with Pulse. The large seat cushio...n and back rest are designed to fit users of any size. The precision-balanced flywheel and V-belt drive of this... read more

Suunto
$799.00

The Suunto Spartan Ultra Titanium Watch takes an upscale makeover to the next-generation sports tracker and GPS navigation watch w...ith its premium titanium bezel. This advanced activity watch features 80 sport modes alongside Heatmap navigation of common activity routes. For keeping tabs on your personal performance and viewing areas for improvement, the Spartan Ultra Titanium Watch syncs with Suunto's Movescount app. This computer and smartphone-based app (check specs for compatibility) compares your personal metrics against the best athletes in your age category, also working as a training program for your favorite sports and athletic disciplines. One of the watch's biggest selling points is the vast amount of activity profiles, ranging from common sports running, swimming, and cycling to adventure activities, such as ski touring and hiking. Real-time metrics like pace, speed, distance, altitude, heart rate, and calories are delivered on an easy-to-read color display. Recovery time and feeling trends keep tabs on your body's limits, letting you know when you're ready for that next set of intervals or high-cadence training ride. As a convenient bonus for daily use, there's 24/7 activity tracking with steps taken and calories burned. The integrated GPS receiver features GLONASS tracking for faster acquisition of satellites, meaning you won't have to wait for extended periods when you're locking onto a signal. Route planning is set-up with the Movescount app, which allows you to download routes for a variety of outdoor activities ahead of your trail run, bike ride, or open water swim. As you're navigating through your environment, the watch gives an accurate readout of current altitude, vertical speed on ascents, total ascent/descent stats, and temperature. These stats are especially useful on ski tours, trail runs, and backcountry hikes. read more

Suunto
$699.00

Bringing an entirely new realm of sophistication to GPS navigation and activity tracking, the Suunto Spartan Ultra Watch features ...80 sport modes alongside Heatmap navigation of community-sourced activity routes. The Spartan Ultra syncs with Suunto's Movescount app, helping you keep tabs on your personal performance. This computer and smartphone-based app (check stats for compatibility) compares your personal metrics against the best athletes in your age category, also working as a training program for your favorite sports and athletic disciplines. One of the watch's biggest selling points is the vast amount of supported sport profiles, ranging from common sports like running, swimming, and cycling to adventure activities, such as ski touring and hiking. Real-time metrics like pace, speed, distance, altitude, and calories are delivered on a color display. Recovery time and feeling trends keep tabs on your body's limits, letting you know when you're ready for the next set of intervals or high-cadence training ride (with separate heart rate monitor). As a convenient bonus for daily use, there's a 24/7 activity tracker with steps taken and calories burned. The integrated GPS receiver features GLONASS tracking for faster acquisition of satellites, meaning you won't have to wait for extended periods when you're locking onto a signal. Route planning is set-up with the Movescount app, which allows you to download routes for a variety of outdoor activities ahead of your intended trail run, bike ride, or open water swim. As you're navigating through your environment, the watch gives an accurate readout of current altitude, vertical speed on ascents, total ascent/descent stats, and temperature. These stats come in handy when you're moving quickly across environments on ski tours, trail runs, and backcountry hikes. read more

Garmin
$99.99

Garmin's Vivofit 2 is an updated version of the minimally sized wearable that opens up a world of biometrics. New additions to the... Vivofit 2 include a backlit screen and automatic synching with the data storage, sharing, and management of Garmin Connect. Meanwhile, the host of features that made its predecessor fit for life in the active community return virtually unchanged. Our personal favorites of the returning features include the accelerometer, which tracks indoor, stationary workouts without the need for an additional footpod, and the Move Bar activity alarm, which keeps you on point by actively reminding you to avoid staying sedentary for too long. The Vivofit 2 is also ideal to track recovery between training sessions, with a sleep monitor that marks periods of restless or restful slumber. It also counts calories, including base metabolic rate, and suggests daily goals based on your personal activity history. This means that, even when you're in the office instead of the saddle, the Vivofit 2 helps you maintain a conscious awareness of your overall activity level. read more

Movado
$1,195.00

A brushed black bezel rings the face of an elegant Bluetooth-connected smart watch equipped with a date indicator subdial that als...o tracks daily steps and sleep patterns. A dual-finish, three-link bracelet completes the sporty, masculine design. Color(s): silver/ black. Brand: MOVADO. Style Name:Movado 'Museum Sport Motion' Bracelet Smart Watch, 44Mm. Style Number: 5064307_1. Available in stores. read more

Timex®
$79.95

Durable resin encases this training-minded watch programmed with reliable GPS that tracks speed, pace, distance and calories in re...al-time. Color(s): white/ blue/ yellow. Brand: TIMEX. Style Name:Timex Resin Gps Watch, 46Mm. Style Number: 5017789. Available in stores. read more

Movado
$1,495.00

A brushed black bezel rings the face of an elegant Bluetooth-connected smart watch equipped with a date indicator subdial that als...o tracks daily steps and sleep patterns. A dual-finish, three-link bracelet completes the sporty, masculine design. Color(s): black/ black. Brand: MOVADO. Style Name:Movado 'Museum Sport Motion' Bracelet Smart Watch, 44Mm. Style Number: 5064307. Available in stores. read more

Pioneer
$379.99

The Pioneer Cycle-Computer bundle is, as they say, the total package. The SGX-CA500 is a bit of a pioneer itself, with Pioneer's n...ew Pedal Monitoring System and Pioneer's cloud-based Cyclo-Sphere website to optimize your training. Once bundled with the Heart Rate Monitor and Cadence Sensor, however, your bike becomes a your own gym with a personal trainer. Pioneer's Pedal Monitoring System displays power output for each leg to help you even out your pedal power and increase efficiency. The SGX-CA500 includes six preconfigured screens that display a range of one to nine metrics at a time. You can choose the information you need by simply swiping through the screens like a smartphone. This makes navigation easy, even when you're pedaling. After the ride, you can upload the data to Pioneer's cloud-based Cyclo-Sphere website using the built-in WiFi feature. Cyclo-Sphere is an online training center that lets you analyze left- and right-side pedal efficiency, power, and force vectors, among other types of data designed to optimize your training and whip you into race-day condition quickly. read more

Fitbit
$129.95

Behold the power of heart rate on your wrist with the Fitbit Charge Wireless Heart Rate + Activity Wristband. This smart-watch has... a PurePulse heart rate monitor to give you continuous, automatic, wrist-based heart rate and simplified heart rate zones that sync wirelessly to your smartphone. Also monitoring your workouts, distance, calories burned, floors climbed, active minutes and steps taken, this watch syncs your stats wirelessly to your smartphone or computer from up to 20ft away, displaying your progress in easy-to-read charts and graphs. The sleep monitor helps you get your REM cycle dialed and the silent alarm gets you up and at 'em without disturbing anyone in bed with you. For those on the go, the OLED display screen shows caller ID and other notifications from your phone, as well as your daily stats and the time of day. The lithium-polymer battery lasts up to five days to keep you on the right path and your workouts consistent. read more

JanSport
$89.95

Before walking to your class on beat generation poetry, slip your laptop and lunch into the JanSport Watch Tower Backpack. The lar...ge padded sleeve holds your laptop (or a 3-liter hydration system on weekend hikes), and the easy-access loft pocket has a soft lining to protect all your media devices. read more

Garmin
$799.99

Fuel your outdoor lifestyle in refined style with the Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire Titanium Training Watch. Bucking the industry trend ...of placing a cheap plastic band on a powerful training watch, the Fenix 3 Sapphire Titanium exudes a well-polished look with its upscale titanium band. And for athletes worried about the titanium band getting in their way during high-octane workouts, this watch comes with a spare silicone band that's much lighter and more flexible. This sophisticated training watch tracks nearly every aspect of your adventurous lifestyle. Its incredibly versatile and ingenious features include GPS tracking, sport-tuned profiles, exercise physiological metrics (with separate heart rate monitor), and Bluetooth smartphone syncing. The 1. 2 inch sunlight-readable Garmin Chroma Display promotes easy reading in bright outdoor conditions, with a high-strength sapphire lens that withstands regular use and abuse. Ultimately, this watch is a great choice for dedicated athletes and outdoor enthusiasts looking to maximize every available opportunity for training and adventure. Improving its signal reception, the omni-directional EXO antenna tracks both GPS and GLONASS satellites for quickly locking onto your precise location. The altimeter, barometer, and 3-axis electronic compass help you navigate through remote stretches of forest without getting lost. GPS track logging creates a "bread crumb trail" as you move across desolate stretches of wilderness, allowing you to navigate back to your starting point with the TracBack feature. Although not included, this watch is compatible with ANT+ heart rate monitors, delivering a wealth of training and physiological information. When used with a compatible ANT+ heart rate monitor, the Fenix 3 Sapphire Titanium crunches your running speed, heart bpm, and heart rate variability to estimate your VO2 max during critical training and racing scenarios. Other fitness metrics include a recovery advisor and timer, both of which... read more

Garmin
$249.99

Sleek enough to pass acceptably through your presentation to the board, the Garmin Vivoactive HR GPS stealthily utilizes wrist-bas...ed heart rate reading to take your daily activity tracking and training data analysis to the next level. Whether you're keeping tabs on your daily steps, training for a multisport event, or running after your adventure cat who has just squirmed out of its harness, this watch is there to capture it all. The big news about the Vivoactive HR GPS is its ability to continuously monitor heart rate through its proprietary Elevate optical sensor at the wrist, eliminating the need for a bulky, uncomfortable chest strap. The continuous data stream lets the watch not only provide feedback on current heart rate, but also accurately assess your resting heart rate in addition to all its other activity tracking features. This can help indicate fitness and health changes over time and is a huge perk for athletes looking to catch early signs of overtraining. While Garmin claims Elevate is appropriate for tracking intense activities and training zones, it may be a good idea to stick to your traditional chest strap for interval sessions until Elevate's accuracy is proven, given the issues with many of the other optical sensors currently on the market. The Vivoactive is GPS-enabled to track routes, distance, speed, and other metrics depending on your choice of activity, which can be uploaded to Garmin Connect for in-depth analysis. It connects to Garmin's app store, Connect IQ, which opens the unit up for virtually limitless customizability through third-party apps and features. It also comes with some unexpected features, like activity goals--assigned based on inveterate activity levels--and sedentary alarms--which warn you when life at the desk is threatening your daily activity goals. The Vivoactive HR GPS also brings the usual functionality that we've grown to expect from smart wearables, including text and call notifications, calendar synching, playl... read more

Garmin
$99.99

If you take a look around at a popular outdoor running loop or your local gym, you're bound to see plenty of wrists sporting weara...ble fitness gadgets whether their wearers are walking, running, hiking, or hitting the weight racks. For a whole host of practical, well-deserved reasons, wearable fitness trackers have taken off faster than carb-free, anti-fat diets or group fitness crazes. Small and light, wearables like Garmin's Vivofit 3 are designed to be worn comfortably all day with an easy-to-read screen that displays information like distance, overall steps, and calories burned without overburdening you with unnecessary information. With its battery boasting a one-year lifespan, you can feel just fine about leaving your Vivofit 3 turned on all the time to track how you're sleeping and how often you're moving. This also facilitates automatically syncing to Garmin Connect, Garmin's training platform and app that stores your data so you can monitor your progress. If you have a job that requires you to sit for long stretches, you can program the Vivofit 3 to notify you when you've been sitting longer than is recommended for overall health, as well as set daily goals for overall steps and distance, helping keep you accountable for getting enough exercise and letting you know when you don't hit your marks. Whether you're working to maintain a rigorous training schedule or are looking to start one, the Vivofit 3 comes with Move IQ built-in, intuiting your change in activity so you don't have to risk tripping mid-run while toggling through separate screens to switch activity modes. If you want to also keep track of your heart rate, you can do so by wearing Garmin's heart rate monitor and syncing it with your Vivofit during activities. read more

Wahoo Fitness
$39.99

Riding under dense tree canopies and through otherwise covered areas can wreak havoc on GPS connectivity, causing unfortunate disr...uption in our careful data tracking tendencies. The Wahoo Fitness RPM Speed Sensor lets you confidently collect continuous speed data whether you're exploring majestic forest roads or indoors, buried in a pool of sweat, cranking out intervals on the KICKR Smart Trainer. This sensor features wireless ANT+ and Bluetooth connectivity to easily pair with your smartphone, tablet, or GPS device of choice. Disguised as a small, discreet pod, it mounts stealthily to your hub to gather important speed data on the road, trail, or your living room. The Wahoo Fitness RPM Speed Sensor runs on an easy-to-replace CR2032 battery. It comes packaged with a pre-installed battery, hub mount, a quick start guide, and a product info guide. read more

Wahoo Fitness
$329.99

In its current state, the world of GPS cycling computers looks more like the denouement of a winner-takes-all capitalist board gam...e than the thriving metropolis of options we'd love to see available. Wahoo Fitness, known for its revolutionary line of KICKR power trainers and highly intelligent tracking accessories, is challenging the status quo with its all-new ELEMNT Bike Computer. One part navigator, one part data nerd, and all-out user friendly, this computer is sure to command attention. Aesthetically, the ELEMNT is moderately sized in comparison to its range of competition. It's got a 2. 7-inch screen and an overall look that's concurrently streamlined and ruggedly durable. While we never recommend tossing electronics about, this one appears to be more equipped to handle an accidental crash and burn than some of the more minimalist fare available. Keeping with its bent for innovation, Wahoo created a free ELEMNT app designed specifically to set up and manage screens, pairings, and general settings wirelessly from your smartphone. The bad news is that you can't set up or really use the ELEMNT without a smartphone, but the exceptionally good news for those of us that do have a smartphone is that managing settings from the app makes getting started and using the ELEMNT about a million times easier than any other cycling computer on the market. No more digging into a rabbit warren of menus, sub-menus, and sub-sub-menus while squinting at a tiny screen, hoping you don't accidentally fat-finger the wrong item and have to start over. Instead, it's just easy peasy scrolling through user-friendly, highly-readable screens on your smartphone. Another feature that sets the ELEMNT apart from the crowd is its ability to pair with Wahoo's KICKR line of power trainers and transition seamlessly from road to indoor torture time. This functionality allows riders to control workouts from the head unit without any fuss from trying to make sure a computer, tablet, or phone are... read more

TomTom
$249.99

Designed to wirelessly stream music to Bluetooth earbuds as you run, bike, hike, swim, or even train indoors, the TomTom Spark Mus...ic Plus Cardio GPS Watch is a multi-sport/activity tracker watch with 3GB (approximately 500 songs) of built-in storage for loading all your favorite workout tunes. This watch is compatible with both MP3 and C (what iTunes uses) files, meaning it'll load music from both Windows Media Player and iTunes, as well as many other popular music libraries on both Mac and PC. Its Bluetooth Smart sensor wirelessly streams music to Bluetooth-equipped earbuds with A2DP and AVRC profiles. Check your earbuds' specifications to ensure compatibility (Bluetooth earbuds sold separately). The black and white LED screen offers an easy-to-read display in both bright outdoor environments and indoor gyms with dim lighting. An intuitive left/right button interface effortlessly toggles through the watch's different displays and workout screen menus. Its built-in heart rate monitor, GPS tracking, and motion sensor records heart rate, speed, pace, distance, calories burned, and workout duration when you're cycling on twisty roads, running along your favorite trails, cardio training indoors on a treadmill or stationary bike, as well as swimming laps in the pool (it's rated at 5-ATM water-resistance). Besides monitoring important exercise statistics while you work out, this watch acts as a 24/7 activity tracker that monitors your steps taken every day, active minutes, calories burned, and sleep schedule. It also functions as a training watch for pushing your limits, offering Race, Goals, Zone, Laps, and Interval modes for competitive use. Additionally, it comes bundled with a USB charging/data transfer cable and user guide. Please note that it comes in two strap sizes, with the recommended wrist size for each respective strap noted in the dimensions specs on the left side of the product display page. read more

Wahoo Fitness
$429.99

Since it made its name producing indoor suffer machines (some might call them trainers), we've long associated Wahoo Fitness with ...pain. The company has recently expanded its purvey to include GPS-enabled head units, though, so the ELEMNT Bike Computer Bundle has begun changing that association from stationary pain to mobile, fully engaged exploration. The ELEMNT itself is well-equipped for navigating routes and charting data, but the addition of a TICKR heart rate monitor, RPM speed sensor, and RPM cadence sensor expand its capabilities to include even more ride metrics. All of this means we'll still be using it to more effectively inflict pain on ourselves (intervals and hill repeats are calling), but we'll at least be on actual roads instead of dripping sweat onto the living room floor while doing it. Keeping with its bent for innovation, Wahoo created a free ELEMNT app designed specifically to set up and manage screens, pairings, and general settings wirelessly from your smartphone. It's available for iPhone (models 4S and newer) and Android 3. 2 smartphones with Bluetooth 4. 0. The bad news is that you can't set up or really use the ELEMNT without a smartphone, but the exceptionally good news for those of us who do have a smartphone is that managing settings from the app makes getting started and using the ELEMNT about a million times easier than any other cycling computer on the market. No more digging into a rabbit warren of menus, sub-menus, and sub-sub-menus while squinting at a tiny screen, hoping you don't accidentally fat-finger the wrong item and have to start over. Instead, it's just easy peasy scrolling through user-friendly, highly-readable screens on your smartphone. In addition to the included ancillary sensors, the ELEMNT can pair with Wahoo's KICKR line of power trainers and transition seamlessly from the road to indoor torture time. This functionality allows riders to control workouts from the head unit without any fuss from trying to make s... read more

Garmin
$499.99

Your high school track coach may have been channeling the '70s by carefully metering water rations to reward grueling hill repeats... with sparse drops of sustenance and that old school "no pain, no gain" approach to endurance training, but that doesn't mean you have to be stuck there, too. Hills can still be your frenemies as you welcome new technology with the Garmin Forerunner 735XT HRM4-Run Bundle and stride into a smarter way of tracking progress. Most notable when compared to other smart watches available, the 735XT incorporates Garmin's new and proprietary Elevate optical sensor at the wrist. Garmin couches Elevate as freedom from heart rate straps on race day and includes its HRM-Run strap in this bundle for precise data tracking during training and additional features such as ground contact time balance, stride length, and vertical ratio running dynamics. While Garmin claims Elevate is appropriate for tracking intense activities and training zones, it may be a good idea to make use of the included chest strap for interval sessions and other key training sessions until Elevate's accuracy is proven, given the issues with many of the other optical sensors currently on the market. The Forerunner 735XT is GPS-enabled to track routes, distance, speed, and other metrics depending on your choice of activity, and all of that date can be uploaded to Garmin Connect for in-depth analysis. It connects to Garmin's app store, Connect IQ, which opens the unit up for virtually limitless customizability through third-party apps and features. It also brings the usual functionality that we've grown to expect from smart watches and wearables, including text and call notifications, steps taken, calories burned, and sleep patterns so you can stay on top of nutrition and recovery. read more

Garmin
$499.99

Your high school track coach may have been channeling the '70s by carefully metering water rations to reward grueling hill repeats... with sparse drops of sustenance and that old school "no pain, no gain" approach to endurance training, but that doesn't mean you have to be stuck there, too. Hills can still be your frenemies as you welcome new technology with the Garmin Forerunner 735XT HRM4-Run Bundle and stride into a smarter way of tracking progress. Most notable when compared to other smart watches available, the 735XT incorporates Garmin's new and proprietary Elevate optical sensor at the wrist. Garmin couches Elevate as freedom from heart rate straps on race day and includes its HRM-Run strap in this bundle for precise data tracking during training and additional features such as ground contact time balance, stride length, and vertical ratio running dynamics. While Garmin claims Elevate is appropriate for tracking intense activities and training zones, it may be a good idea to make use of the included chest strap for interval sessions and other key training sessions until Elevate's accuracy is proven, given the issues with many of the other optical sensors currently on the market. The Forerunner 735XT is GPS-enabled to track routes, distance, speed, and other metrics depending on your choice of activity, and all of that date can be uploaded to Garmin Connect for in-depth analysis. It connects to Garmin's app store, Connect IQ, which opens the unit up for virtually limitless customizability through third-party apps and features. It also brings the usual functionality that we've grown to expect from smart watches and wearables, including text and call notifications, steps taken, calories burned, and sleep patterns so you can stay on top of nutrition and recovery. read more

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