Review by p14001
April, 03 2009
Pros: Super-accurate, great battery life, easy to use.
Cons: Garmin 201 Size may annoy some.
Review by geoffart
August, 22 2007
Pros: device definitely helps in the motivation stakes of personal fitness
Cons: wouldn't recommend this unit for navigational purposes. It could in theory support/be some use though...
Review by elrose
January, 23 2007
Pros: Lots of features, easy to use, adds technology to your run
Cons: some spikes with heart rate, minor
Review by christy1c
January, 05 2007
Pros: Simple to use, convenient Velcro wrist strap.
Cons: Doesn't work indoors.
Review by bayareabiker
December, 30 2006
Pros: Combination of pedometer/cyclometer and heart rate just the thing for outdoor workouts
Cons: Heart rate monitor sometimes loses signal
Review by cowboybaseball
July, 26 2006
Pros: Instant feedback for HR, distance and pace
Cons: Somewhat bulky, HR is spotty
Review by duzzy
February, 22 2006
Pros: Good for tracking your runs, lots of readable information at your fingertips.
Cons: Heart rate monitor not the best, as apposed to my old Polar.
Review by Quebecoise
January, 23 2006
Pros: Great training tool; fairly accurate; easy to use
Cons: Loses GPS signal occasionally. Software doesn't work with Apple computers
Review by jmbates
December, 21 2005
Pros: Lightweight, good battery life, easy to read screen.
Cons: Training Center software is a little weak.
Review by blondziegbart
November, 24 2005
Pros: Distances reasonably accurate. Reliable if maintained. Heart rate and other AVERAGES useful.
Cons: Loses GPS signal under even moderate forest cover. Keep clean and lubed, or suffer consequences.
Review by herc1
October, 22 2005
Pros: No foot pedometer (pod)to wear on your shoe.
Cons: Heart rate monitor(HRM)imperfect in performance. Trees and buildings do impact the GPS signal.
Review by y2khardtop
September, 13 2005
Pros: Small size, good battery life
Cons: weak gps/antenna, no mapping capability
Review by jaster_mereel
August, 06 2005
Pros: Size, Rechargeable battery, WAAS functionality, and Price
Cons: Rechargeable battery, No USB interface, and Non-mapping.
Review by hwz1
July, 08 2005
Pros: Easy to use, accurate, lightweight, options
Cons: Takes some getting used to, software could be better
Review by steve39
June, 16 2005
Pros: Good product for tracking distance and location when running.
Cons: Falls short when signal is lost and is clunky to wear.
Review by yba30
May, 19 2005
Pros: Claimed features
Cons: Nothing works. Elevation, calories, distance, weak GPS signal, "moody" device
Review by boccie
May, 15 2005
Pros: Nice design, ease of use, easy to use software, overall a pretty good training tool.
Cons: Can't print from software, not precise data, indoors its just a heart rate monitor.
Review by epinionated535
May, 01 2005
Pros: track my mileage, show routes
Cons: SOFTWARE IS USELESS!
Review by theuerkorn
April, 19 2005
Pros: GPS based track record, heart rate monitor, basic GPS function, training programs, PC link
Cons: Spotty GPS reliability in thick forest, one user only, chest strap unreliable, useless indoors
Review by kosherdave
April, 07 2005
Pros: ease of use great features and accuracy
Cons: loss of signal in wooded areas, or around skyscrapers "rather" bulky size
Review by zchristy
February, 24 2005
Pros: Simple to use, accurate, easy to read, not too heavy
Cons: Very limited problem with calorie reading