Did you ever think that when the guy who invented the wristwatch thought we'd be using watches to do so much more than tell time? Of course he did! The man was a visionary for crying out loud. Years upon years before the advent of lithium-ion technologies and water proofability and bright neon colors this guy was out there dreaming the big dreams, knowing that one day man would match technical prowess to his innovative designs.
Sure, telling time is important, but you know what's really cool? Being able to track yourself with a globally positioned satellite from outer space. It's this sort of technology that enables you to go on accurate trail runs, set an everyday pedometer or order a pizza. Well, the pizza thing is still in beta, but the rest of that works for real.
Come alive with the power of the sport and training watch. It's what the inventor of the wristwatch would have wanted. That man's name? Albert Einstein.