**CASIO GPR-100 Release** >>>>> TIMEX: Eat ya heart out!

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    Cool **CASIO GPR-100 Release** >>>>> TIMEX: Eat ya heart out!

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    Re: **CASIO GPR-100 Release** >>>>> TIMEX: Eat ya heart out!

    Oh no, this could cost me! LOL
    Im interested in this CASIO too!

    Id also like to have one of the old SEIKO running watches!

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    Re: **CASIO GPR-100 Release** >>>>> TIMEX: Eat ya heart out!

    Haha:-D Yellow would decide me.

    I don't know much about these running watches but I noticed the new CASIO had the GPS, although possibly more of a gimmick than a needed function.

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    Re: **CASIO GPR-100 Release** >>>>> TIMEX: Eat ya heart out!

    Actually its WONDErFUL!

    For me, its always a pain to plot out runs. Driving around trying to add a little more here or there to make a desired distance. With the GPS units its all right there!

    I have a Nike Trix CV10 unit that has a "foot POD" After a bout an hour of trial and error on my local track, I got it pretty dialed in. It measures my stide and performs magic to determine my speed and distance.

    All VERY useful info to hard core runners!

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    Wink Re: **CASIO GPR-100 Release** >>>>> TIMEX: Eat ya heart out!

    I am actually looing for the Garmin Edge Bundle with Barometric Altimeter, HRM and cadans meter. Afterwards you can show printouts of all parameters (altitude, location, heart rate, speed, you name it, it shows it).





    This GPS Unit has the new improved strong antenna that Garmin uses now. Still the unit is not too expensive (Bundle costs me €380,-, while a CSx60 costs me €500,- here in the Netherlands).

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    Re: **CASIO GPR-100 Release** >>>>> TIMEX: Eat ya heart out!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sjors
    I am actually looing for the Garmin Edge Bundle with Barometric Altimeter, HRM and cadans meter. Afterwards you can show printouts of all parameters (altitude, location, heart rate, speed, you name it, it shows it).

    This GPS Unit has the new improved strong antenna that Garmin uses now. Still the unit is not too expensive (Bundle costs me €380,-, while a CSx60 costs me €500,- here in the Netherlands).

    Cheers,

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    And I thought the PROTREK was big:-X :-D

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    Re: **CASIO GPR-100 Release** >>>>> TIMEX: Eat ya heart out!

    Quote Originally Posted by OZZIE
    And I thought the PROTREK was big:-X :-D
    LOL! Try to put that thing on your wrist!
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    Re: **CASIO GPR-100 Release** >>>>> TIMEX: Eat ya heart out!

    Quote Originally Posted by ColdHit
    LOL! Try to put that thing on your wrist!
    :-D :-X

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    Wink Re: **CASIO GPR-100 Release** >>>>> TIMEX: Eat ya heart out!

    No problem if you want it on your wrist, then take the Forerunner model. I believe about the same features and can be worn on the wrist!

    http://www.garmin.com/tv/media/motio...tionbased.html

    http://www.garmin.com/products/forerunner305/#



    I rather have the Bar mounted Edge, because I like to wear my G-Shock's too

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    Re: **CASIO GPR-100 Release** >>>>> TIMEX: Eat ya heart out!

    Forearm model:-D

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