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Garmin Forerunner 910XT GPS Fitness Monitor

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    Garmin Forerunner 910XT GPS Fitness Monitor

    You're a swimmer, a cyclist and a runner, and you crave data and details. Get the Garmin Forerunner® 910XT GPS fitness monitor to track your performance and help you hit a new personal record. See details

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    You're a swimmer, a cyclist and a runner, and you crave data and details. Get the Garmin Forerunner® 910XT GPS fitness monitor to track your performance and help you hit a new personal record.

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    You're a swimmer, a cyclist and a runner, and you crave data and details. Get the Garmin Forerunner® 910XT GPS fitness monitor to track your performance and help you hit a new personal record.

    • Water resistant to 50m (165 ft.), 910XT handles open-water and pool swimming; watch measures swimming distance, identifies strokes and tracks strokes and pool lengths
    • Computes your "Swim Golf" (SWOLF) score, which is determined by adding the number of strokes taken per lap to the time it took to swim the lap, to help improve efficiency
    • On land, the 910XT uses GPS technology to accurately capture your time, distance, speed, pace and more to help you meet your running and biking goals
    • High-sensitivity GPS receiver stays locked onto satellites, even near tall buildings and under tree cover; HotFix® satellite prediction locks onto satellites quickly
    • GPS also captures the path you travel while swimming in open water so you can analyze it later to help improve your technique
    • Virtual Racer™ feature lets you race against your previous best time or challenge other users' times that have been uploaded to the Garmin Connect™ website
    • Virtual Partner® allows you to compete against a static pace that you set before heading out for your run
    • Interval training function lets you set up custom exercise sessions and automatically see your pace for each interval
    • Switch between sport modes with just 1 button press, so you don't waist precious time in transition
    • Barometric altimeter provides accurate elevation data, including ascent, descent and grade
    • Mark locations, save locations or navigate back to the starting point with the basic navigation capabilities
    • Customize the display of training pages for each sport; set up vibration alerts to nudge you when you hit a split time, need to eat or want feedback so you can stay on track
    • ANT+ wireless technology lets you automatically transfer data between your computer and Forerunner without even taking the watch off; compatible with Mac and PC computers
    • Use the Garmin Connect community website to track your time, speed, distance, swimming metrics and calories burned; store and share routes with other athletes on the website
    • In Garmin Connect, you can see the route you traveled on a map, view a summary of your workout, create goals and find new courses
    • Built-in, rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides up to 20 hrs. of battery life for ultra endurance athletes
    • Optional heart rate strap (sold separately) lets you track heart rate and calories burned; add the strap and gain access to customizable heart rate zones
    • Adding the strap also lets you measure the impact of your workout on your fitness with Training Effect; calculation based on user profile, heart rate and activity difficulty
    • Optional foot pod (sold separately) transmits speed/distance data without the use of satellites, so the Forerunner 910XT can also be used indoors
    • Forerunner 910XT tracks your cycling workouts when paired with a GSC 10 Speed and Cadence Sensor, sold separately
    • ANT+ wireless technology allows the Forerunner 910XT to communicate with other ANT+ enabled power meters (not included)
    • Includes: Garmin Forerunner 910XT wrist unit, USB ANT stick, AC adapter, charging clip, expander wrist strap and owner's manual

    Please note: Garmin products can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.

    Items with a lithium battery can only be sent via Standard ground shipping, and can't be shipped to P.O. Boxes, Alaska, Hawaii, U.S. Territory, APO/FPO, or International addresses.

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    Garmin Forerunner 910XT GPS Fitness Monitor Specs
    Specification
    Description
    Best use
    Cross-training
    Digital
    Pressure-based
    0
    100
    Optional
    Optional
    No
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
    20 hours
    No
    50 meters
    Backlight
    No
    No
    Yes
    Yes
    No
    Windows / Mac
    Composite
    Elastomer
    2.4 x 2.1 x 0.6 inches
    1.3 x 0.8 inches
    Unisex
    Analog or Digital
    Altimeter
    Number of routes
    Number of waypoints
    Cycling functions
    Heart rate sensor type
    Tracks calories burned
    Speed/distance
    Exercise log
    Wireless communication
    Average battery life
    User replaceable battery
    Water-resistant depth
    Illumination
    Date display
    Alarm
    Stopwatch
    Countdown timer
    Compass
    OS compatibility
    Construction
    Watch band material
    Dimensions
    Face diameter
    Gender

    Garmin Forerunner 910XT GPS Fitness Monitor

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    Garmin Forerunner 910XT GPS Fitness Monitor is rated 4.2941 out of 5 by 17.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Quality Investment for Triathletes So I held off on purchasing one of these for my first few triathlons. Then I had the opportunity to rent one from the Garmin Store in Chicago for the week I was visiting for work. WOW! I was hooked. Many other reviews online cover the specific features of the watch (DCRainmaker's review is the most comprehensive, as usual). I'll cover how I personally use the watch and maybe that will help you make the decision on whether to purchase. Previously, I was just writing down my pool swim workouts and speeds. I was using a Garmin Edge 500 for my bike workouts and a Forerunner 610 for my running. The 910xt changed my training life. Swimming: First of all, great for outdoor swimming! It's actually waterproof (unlike the 610) and maps/measures distance outdoors in water. This is great because otherwise it's pretty tough to log outdoor lake-type workouts. For the pool though, this goes above and beyond. Set it to the pool length you're in and you are good to go. What really is great about this is the data from the swim. Upload it online and it shows EVERYTHING. Max speed, strokes per length, averages, total distance, lengths, stroke type. EVERYTHING. Before I was a lot less consistent on timing. Now I have every piece of swim data at my fingertips. Helped me improve tremendously and stay consistent in my workouts (and better track online my totals). One of my favorite parts is that you can set it up to beep/vibrate at certain distances. It's nice because I can set for 600yds for my initial warm-up and then just zone out and swim until it vibrates. MUCH easier than counting laps and losing count. When I do longer distance swims, I set it to beep every 500 yards, so I know I swim until it has beeped 4-5 times and I can reassess my pace at each 500yd interval. I have improved significantly since I got the watch because it inspires me to put the numbers up and because I can focus more on my stroke and less on counting how many laps left or whatever. Truly outstanding going from a regular watch/nothing to this. It's like comparing kid's tee ball to the NY Yankees. Biking: Great for biking! I tried the quick release kit and was not a fan though. I like lots of data and this really didn't do it for me. Four fields per screen and I have to scroll to get more? Nah. My Edge 500 will remain a fixture on my bike because it has 8 data fields, which I use for the basics + heart rate and power. And the quick release really makes this watch more bulky in my opinion. Where this watch really shines during biking I think it that I can hit start at the same time as on my Edge (wearing the 910 on my wrist) and it will simultaneously track my workout with the Edge. Why is this beneficial? Because the Edge will last for a couple weeks between recharges so it can stay on the bike and I don't have to think about it. The 910 ANT+ syncs with my computer as soon as I walk into the house. Basically making it MUCH more convenient to sync with my computer and Garmin Connect. No more finding the Edge's cable, connecting it, opening the software, importing, exporting, etc. Now I just walk into my house post-ride and it's usually synced with the computer and Garmin Connect before I even sit down. Can't beat that! Plus it doesn't hurt to have two copies of the data (on 910 and on Edge) in case something is lost. Running: Functions as a normal running watch! Great, large display. Accurate (since the update) GPS. I like that I can double-tap the screen to get the backlight to come on. Racing: It's king in racing. Multi-sport mode lets you log everything without hassle. Just press start multisport before the race and press lap as you run into and out of the transitions! Really easy to use. Other: Used it to track my climb up Mt. Rainier. Worked flawlessly even in the cold. I was impressed that the battery lasted. Gripes: One thing I liked about my Forerunner 610 is that it was a watch until you put it into sport mode. Told time and didn't use GPS or anything other than marginal battery life in day-to-day use. The 910xt is a sports watch first. There didn't seem to be any provisions for just using it as a watch. There is a workaround where you make "Time of Day" take up a full screen and just use it like that. However if you do this in any mode but "Pool Swim" mode, GPS stays on until you go into the settings and change it to be off. This is annoying because when I'm headed out to bike or run, I would like it to just function as a watch until I press a button (like on the 610) to get everything into sport mode and turn GPS on. A good solution, in my opinion, would be to allow GPS to stay off in the "Other" sport mode. Because I use this so rarely, I could just switch to that mode and have a clock. That, or have a "Clock" mode where the face displayed the traditional clock and calendar date with GPS and sensors off. Other than the Clock thing, it's been a great watch. Very durable and I use it for all my triathlon training as well as hiking and mountain climbing (though the Suunto Ambit would be better for the latter two if you're a serious climber and need a good gps watch).
    Date published: 2014-04-11
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works as advertised This product works as advertised. It seems to be accurate, but who really knows? I bought it for counting laps in the pool, tracking open water swim distances, running functions, and for triathlons. It seems to do all those things well. It is not a good bike GPS unit, so I still use my Garmin 500 for that. It is difficult to use and the screen is small, but I am not aware of a superior alternative. I have been using Garmin Connect for a couple of years now and it is very helpful for tracking all my swims, rides, and runs. I would buy this again.
    Date published: 2014-03-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked pretty good Had the unit for a couple of weeks and used it on a 50K race (31mi) on the Skyline to Sea trail through Big Basin State Park. Grabbed the satelittes quickly and held on through out the day, under some pretty heavy tree cover and canyons. It was pretty cool and re-assuring to get the mile vibrations and the split times during the 7+ hours on the course. Only showed 29 miles total, but did the math on the 11,000 elevation changes and worked out to being pretty close. I have also used it on my local training routes and it is spot on. Plan on using it regularlly in the future and for other sports.
    Date published: 2014-03-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from All in One watch with GPS After a couple of years using a Garmin FR60 as my goto triathlon training watch the band finally broke. I've been looking at the FR910xt and the FR310 but i really couldn't stand the color and the bulkyness of the watch. Given it is much sleaker in design than the FR305 with better waterproofing the Orange color just was a big turn off. The FR910xt has much more functionality when used as a swim/bike/run watch and I also use it during my weight/cross training. That is something a true running or swimming watch couldn't do. This one does it all, Since I'm used to programming Garmin pages I set everything up just like I want and have the data during training or racing I need to perform the best I can. #thumbsup
    Date published: 2014-03-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice piece of equipment. Like this the best of all my Garmins. Didn't want to spend the money but it is worth it. Nice solid piece of equipment and the battery life makes it worth it. I was really disappointed in the Garmin 610s battery life but this one is great. Really like the altimeter for mountain running.
    Date published: 2014-03-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great watch for triathletes This was purchased for my 18 year old daughter who is a competitive triathlete. It is her second Garmin as she unfortunately had her first one "disappear" at the gym not long ago - ouch! She swears by her Garmin and uses it for all her swimming, biking and running workouts. There is a learning curve to understanding the setup and all, but once that is covered, it is an invaluable tool for triathlons and a great way to track your progress by loading data on the computer. She is small with very small wrists, so it is pretty bulky on her, but once she got used to it, she doesn't even notice it's there.
    Date published: 2014-03-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Garmin Forerunner 910XT I compete in triathlons and running races. If this worked all the time, I would give it 5 stars! There is no other GPS that does what this one does. That being said, there are definite drawbacks. It is finicky and breaks easily. The heart rate monitor designed for Garmin is junk. It stops working by either not reading your heart rate, reading it too high, and/or reading it too low. It has done all three within the period of 5 minutes. It is bad enough that it stops working during training, but it can be devastating during a race. I have run 2 half marathons where it stopped working, and three triathlons. Mine has never kept track of swimming yardage on an outdoor swim. It is difficult to set up the programming, and where certain settings are is not intuitive. I love it when it works, and hate it when it does not. Usually, it will not read my heart rate accurately for anywhere from the first five minutes of a run up to the first 4 miles. This one was areplacement as I ordered one in September 2012 that stopped working properly and developed water under the screen despite the claim that it is waterproof. If Garmin would develop a new heart rate monitor strap that worked as well as a Polar, I would be much happier. In fact, I specifically bought my Garmin from REI because REI has such a super return policy and I knew from personal experience and internet research, how reliability is a huge problem for the Garmin 910XT.
    Date published: 2014-03-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awsome The only trouble I have and I am sure it is me. I have done a 24 mile bike ride and it recorded everything. Now when I do the route it stops recording at mile 20 yet the time is still going. then I switch to run mode and it does it thing. But I am missing the 4 miles from the bike.
    Date published: 2014-03-28

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