Rated 4 out of
Pretty Good WatchI got this to replace my Garmin FR70 that died after using it for a year. The watch itself is great; it has a nice big display and modes for everything from running to Frisbee (no joke). When paired with the GPS it fulfills all the functions of a foot pod but more accurately (speed, pace, distance, etc). The GPS itself is lighter than competitors (such as Polar) and worked well for me even in cloudy weather. The only advantage my Garmin had over it was more information fields during training modes (3 as opposed to the Quest's 2) and the Garmin would cycle through pages of fields automatically (for the Quest you need to press a button). Overall however, the Quest is bigger, lighter and of more useful if you do other things besides running/cycling. Lastly, the software it uses is very useful for changing the settings on the watch, but be careful that you don't inadvertently download any adware programs that gum up your browser.,,,,Happy running/cycling/whatever!
Date published: 2014-05-27
Rated 5 out of
Great sports watch, you can customize using your computer.You can keep statistics using moveslink of your every workout and activity that you define and download in your Watch. The GPS gives you the speed and distance of everything you do and downloads in moveslink. Great product over all. It even gives you the time and date!
Date published: 2014-02-23
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