Too complicated to use and not intuative
Reviewed by Jim the poor runner from New Jersey on Monday, October 22, 2012
The watch has very nice features with training zones, walking test, etc. However, after using it for a couple of weeks, I finally gave up and returned the unit --- The dial is too hard to read if your older (I'm 54). I could not figure out how to use it just to read you HR (without entering a trainging zone)- I'm an engineer. Finally, it kept losing the HR in the middle of a run. The Polar RS100 is a much better watch for my purposes for the same general price and much easier to use. It has a much larger display, better backlignt and has not lost the HR once.
- Best Uses: Running
- Cons: Unreliable
- Describe Yourself: Gym Rat
- Was this a gift?: No