FR70 Rose avec HRM
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- Garmin FR70. Résolution de l'écran: 31 x 56 pixels
- Taille de l'écran (HxV): 27,9 x 20,3 mm (1.1 x 0.8"). Dimensions (LxPxH): 38 x 13 x 50 mm
- Poids: 38g. Systèmes d'exploitation compatibles: Windows XP Mac OS 10.4.11. Type de batterie: CR2032
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Garmin FR70 rose
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The FR70 delivers great functionality and performance in a watch that can be worn on a daily basis. The menus are very user friendly and the display is large and easy to read. The form factor of the watch is very well built and feels comfortable on the wrist. I wear this watch as my every day timepiece and have enjoyed it.
This watch has a timer, dual alarms, and a very useful interval feature among many others. The interval functionality is something I can foresee using very much and have not seen on other exercise watches that I reviewed. It allows for a user to program the amount of time or distance of active exercise along with the amount of time or distance for rest along with the quantity of intervals or sets that you will be performing in a workout. It even allows for you to mix the criteria. For example, you can program that you would like to run for a mile (using the footpad to track the distance) and then rest for 2 minutes and perform this set five times. Additionally, you can program a warmup and cool down at the beginning and end of the workout.
The one thing that prevented me from giving this watch a full five stars is the difficulty in pushing the buttons on the side and top of the watch. I have only had the watch since Christmas (9 days) so perhaps the buttons will break-in and become easier to push in the future. I guess the benefit of this is that the buttons should not get accidentally pushed.
One other item that was troublesome is that the strap has a rubber notch on the top of the loop that the end of the strap fits in. This notch, makes the watch strap very difficult to pull the strap out when you want to take your watch off. The fix I found for this that works very well is to rotate the loop 180 degrees so the rubber notch is on the back side of the strap. This fix works well and I feel it will prevent the strap from wearing down in the future.
I previously owned the FR50 and was very happy with its functionality; however, the strap broke from repeated exposure to Chlorine. This was a concern to me when researching the FR70. Much like the FR50, the design of the FR70 incorporates the watch straps into the watch body itself. This is worrisome because when the straps on my FR50 broke, it basically rendered the watch useless. I contacted Garmin about fixing the broken straps on the FR50, they stated that it would be 60 dollars to get the watch refurbished. I did not want to invest this amount of money into a 3 year old device so I began to look for a new watch at this point. Other reviews of the FR70 stated that the material the FR70 straps are made of are supposed to be more durable but only time will tell. I already had purchased the foot pod and bicycle pod, so it made sense to stick with a Garmin product. That being said, after reading up on the new Suunto Quest and Polar offerings as well as touching and feeling those devices at my local sporting good store, I would have made a change if I felt the functionality of the FR70 was not equal to the other watches on the market. In fact, I feel the FR70 excels in the menus and functions that are offered.
I have only owned this watch for 9 days. Thus far, I am happy with my Christmas present and look forward to using this watch more.
I have the FR60 and I bought this watch for my wife. I also own a GPS watch.
If you are absent minded and always forget to charge your GPS watch, it won't do you any good on a run. This watch will last about six months on one coin size battery.
If you run in the forest on a cloudy day, you don't have to worry about losing signal on your GPS.
If you run on an indoor track or treadmill, this will still log your workout and feed you information in real time. A GPS watch will not do that without a footpod.
Once you calibrate this watch on a known distance track (I would at least go 1 mile), it will be accurate within 2-3% during your runs. Many GPS watches have similar variences.
Many reviews have commented about the buttons. This watch has a rubber cover over the buttons. So, if you do not press the button straight on, it will just 'squish' to the side and not register. I honestly have not found it much of an issue.
One thing this watch will not provide is elevation information. I just add a note to my Garmin Connect log that says "Hill Sprints" or "Stair Run."
Overall, I would give this watch serious consideration for the average runner. I would also consider buying this watch as a race day backup in case your GPS watch decided to pick the big day to act up.
The buttons on this watch like many of the other reviewers had stated, are very hard to press, in part because this watch is waterproof to certain depth, so you can see how the buttons are wrapped by the rubber material that covers most of the watch. Nevertheless, once you get used to the hard press on them, it's really no big deal.
Finally, the Garmin FR70 does offer a slew of data that you can upload to the Garmin website via your computer, if you like to keep track of your activities. All in all, for its price, accuracy, compatibility with other equipment, and the amount of information it provides, the Garmin FR70 is a solid winner all around!