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Soleus GPS Mini Digital Running Watch - Plastic Strap (For Men and Women)

Closeouts. Soleus' GPS Mini digital running watch tracks your distance, pace, calorie burn and lap time all on your wrist. The small device has a built-in GPS and recharges via USB so that you're always ready to race!

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Danette from IN on Wednesday, April 18, 2018
    I purchased this watch for my 11 year-old cross country runner. Her wrists are tiny and I have had a lot of trouble finding a watch with these functions for a kid. We had to secure the watch on the smallest size and it was still too big. We would have kept it and just had her wear a sweat band under it, but the band would disengage where the charging piece is before she would even get it on. It also arrived without a protective covering over the crystal and it was a bit scratched. We had to return the watch for these reasons.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by BearwallowNV from NWNevada on Wednesday, March 28, 2018
    An inexpensive running watch. Caution: do not pull out to disconnect the watchband for battery charge. Lift up; rotating left and right. See Youtube. And, you'll have to download instructions from the internet. Otherwise, a good buy. Can't comment on the GPS. Not my thing.
  • Reviewed by Will from Colorado on Saturday, March 24, 2018
    So far, Ive had this watch for just over three weeks, Ive been on several runs with it and wear it most days. Ive had a number of GPS watches/devices from other brands like TomTom and Garmin and this watch has had, by far, the fewest features. Both prior GPS watches had bluetooth connectivity, linked with cadence and speed sensors (for cycling) and kept track of HR either through a chest strap or the Blue/green wrist lights. Both watches lasted less than three days on a charge and seemed to always have significant glitches. This watch does two things: keeps track of time and distance. It's true that it is not great looking, and the GPS seems to take on average between 5-8min to acquire a signal, and it is not overly durable (both the case and display are plastic), however, I have yet to run out of battery, lose GPS signal or have it freeze or freak out. The GPS keeps excellent track of pace and distance and uploading to Strava is a Breeze. This is by far the least expensive GPS watch Ive purchased and the most functional/accurate.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by David G from Louisiana on Tuesday, February 27, 2018
    Pros-provides accurate mileage run-connects to PC easily and shows your information-charges easliy-mucho information stored.
    Cons-take a few to contact GPS satellites.
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