Garmin 110 is a sport watch that is equipped with heart rate monitor and GPS sensor, makes it easy to track your training. The watch is easy to use, you just need to press start and then you can begin to walk or run with it. Here are some of features of this watch that I would like to share with you;
- It’s easy to analyze the result of your training
Garmin Forerunner 110 uses GPS to record your speed, time and distance while you are running. The data of your training then is stored in the unit but you can check it later and review the result of your last training. You also can use Garmin Connect to analyze the data for more detailed information.
- Easy to Use
The Garmin watch 110 is one of the simplest sport devices available currently on the market. There are nothing standing in your way, when you first time buy it, you only need to charge it, go outside to find the GPS satellites and then you can press start button to begin running or walking. And once you are done, you can press stop to end your training session. It’s easy, isn’t it?
- Track your heartbeats
The Garmin 110 watches have some version that built with a heart beat monitor that is the watches colored in gray/pink for women and black/red for men. The watches use calorie computations technology to accurately track your heart rate in beats per minute and your calories burned. The Garmin 110 colored in black/gray doesn’t come with heart beat monitor but you can use an ANT+ heart rate monitor that you already own or you can buy a Garmin heart beat monitor separately.
- Store, Analyze and Share
As a Garmin user, you can use Garmin Connect for analyze your training data. Many advance runners always review their data because it provides meaningful feedback for your improvement and motivates you to keep move forward. When you upload your data from your computer via Garmin Connect, you can create workout plans, view summary of your training data, the route you have traveled on a map and share with your friends.
- Fast and Accurate
The Garmin Forerunner 110 has a feature called HotFix satellite prediction, with this feature your Garmin watch locks onto satellite in no time, and the sensitivity GPS sensor to keep it locked onto satellites, even under tree cover or near tall buildings.
- Dimension: 5.3 by 5.3 by 2.6 inches
- Weight: 1 pound
- Display Size: 1 inch
- Battery Life: 8 hours
- Warranty: 1 year Manufacturer’s Warranty
The Garmin 110 with a Heart Rate Monitor Reviews
Here are some of the comments from users after having been using the watches:
- The size is small, looks like a regular watch.
- The displayed numbers are big enough and make it easy to read on the run
- It has a few of navigation menus
- The GPS accuracy and locking works fine even under trees
- You can set up auto-lap every 1 mile or a specific distance
- The battery life is long