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Garmin Fenix Chronos Steel Watch

Wearables, while ever popular, aren't generally known for their style and often leave us choosing between tracking our health and wearing more situation-appropriate yet less technological time pieces. Garmin's new Fenix Chronos Steel Watch brings you the best of both worlds, with all the massive activity and training tracking capability we've grown to love in the most recent version of the Fenix 3 with the added bonus of a sleek steel package, brilliant Chroma display, and sapphire lens that'll get noticed for all the right reasons. Hiding under that elegant exterior against your wrist is Garmin's Elevate optical heart rate sensor, which eliminates the hassle and restriction of a chest strap. It lets the Fenix Chroma fulfill all of the features that usually would require a heart rate monitor to perform, including sleep monitoring, calories burned, V2 max estimation, recovery advice, and more. Suffice it to say, the Fenix Chrono is a stand-alone fitness platform that encompasses every a...  More Info
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Garmin eTrex 10 GPS

Quickly locking onto satellites for painless location pinpointing, the Garmin eTrex 10 GPS delivers reliable navigation and rugged dependability for outdoor enthusiasts venturing deep into the wilderness. Simultaneously tracking both GPS and Russian-based GLONASS satellites, the eTrex 10 GPS finds your position approximately 20-percent faster than traditional GPS receivers. Suddenly, locking onto a GPS signal is incredibly quick, as GLONASS adds 24 additional satellites for speedy signal transmission. Plus, HotFix satellite prediction gives regular users even faster satellite acquisition by predicting the positioning of GPS satellites up to three-days since its last use. Offering no-nonsense functionality, the eTrex 10 GPS features built-in memory, with the ability to store up to 50 routes to follow, 100 completed tracks, and 1000 waypoints. While it lacks the topographic and shaded relief basemaps of Garmin's premium offerings, the eTrex 10's Worldwide basemap guides you to remote loc...  More Info
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Garmin Forerunner 935 GPS Watch

Designed for the savvy athlete looking to step up their running and triathlon training, the Garmin Forerunner 935 GPS Watch offers a slew of advanced exercise features in a slimmed-down design. Advanced running and multi-sport features include a barometric altimeter for tracking elevation changes, built-in GPS for tracking speed and distance, wrist-based heart rate, training status to determine if you're overdoing it, and rich running dynamics like lactate threshold and VO2 max. Increased battery life allows you to train longer and run farther, lasting up to 24 hours in GPS mode and 50 hours in UltraTrac mode. Not only is it ideal for running, swimming, cycling, but it supports cross-country skiing, paddling, trail runs, hikes, and strength training, among others. To customize its use to your preferred outdoor activities, you can create tailored workouts with the Garmin Connect app (for both iPhone and Android). For additional running statistics, you can pair the Forerunner 935 with a ...  More Info
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Stages Cycling Dash GPS Bike Computer

As the brand who changed the landscape of power meters for self-sponsored cyclists and weekend warriors, Stages holds a special place in many riders' efficiently beating hearts. After years of sticking to power meters only, Stages has introduced its next innovation. The Dash system includes both a GPS Bike Computer as well as a cloud-based training platform called Link, and the system offers cyclists using Stages power meters already or those just starting out to sync their entire power and training systems under the gaze of one hyper-intelligent training system. No, we're not trying to call Dash a robot. But don't say we didn't warn you that it's pretty damn smart. Rely on the Dash GPS Bike Computer to keep track of and display just about any metric you could want while you're out on a ride. As you tighten up your training regimen ahead of a busy race season, this streamlined head unit will focus your workouts using all of the classic power-based metrics. If you choose to use Stages' ...  More Info
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Garmin Edge Remote

If you've ever tried to change screens or adjust settings on your Garmin while riding, you know that removing your hand to push the right combination of buttons is just an accident waiting to happen. The Garmin Edge Remote was specifically designed to interface wirelessly with your Edge 1000 to make seeing all of your metrics quick and simple. This simple, three-button remote allows you to mark laps and scroll through pages. Additionally, the third button is programmable from a preset list of functions so that you see exactly what you want to see. It is easily mountable to your handlebars and can sit so you just lift a thumb to press it. Red and green lights indicate button presses, pairing, and sleep modes. The Garmin Edge Remote comes with two handlebar mounts--one for a road bike and one for mountain. The CR2032 battery is also included.  More Info
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Lezyne Macro GPS Bike Computer

Lezyne's GPS line has long made a name for itself by packing the cosmic power of GPS navigation into the smallest possible space, but the Macro GPS Bike Computer takes a slightly different approach. It essentially packages the same improved functionality of the updated Mini GPS in a larger, more user-friendly footprint. It's still a barely noticeable addition to the cockpit, but the larger screen--equal to the Super GPS's screen and almost twice the size of the Mini--provides an option for those who want a supremely affordable GPS head unit with intuitive simplicity but an easier-to-read screen. Compared to the more expensive Super GPS model with which it shares a screen size, the Macro GPS drops features like Glonass connectivity, ANT+, and the built-in barometer and accelerometer, none of which hamper its essential mission of providing satellite-generated data to record and improve your ride experience unless you're planning on a gravel tour through the former Soviet Union. Those omi...  More Info
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Wahoo Fitness ELEMNT BOLT GPS Bike Computer Bundle

The ELEMNT BOLT Computer Bundle is a streamlined update to the original ELEMNT, offering an impressive 1. 5-watt savings with 50% less air resistance. This might not seem like a big deal, but it saves something in the magnitude of 12. 6 seconds over a 40-kilometer time trial at 21 miles per hour, which can be the difference between winning and losing. Not only is it incredibly svelte for a slippery profile, but the integrated out-front mount provides a cleaner aesthetic while tilting ever-so-slightly for quick reading. Seeing as how the original was a hit around the office and with riding partners alike, the ELEMNT BOLT is a solid choice for competitive riders seeking all the bells and whistles of the original ELEMNT, but in a sleek, aerodynamic package. Gaining watts is only half the story, with the ELEMNT pleasing the tech-savvy gurus in all of us with its GPS-derived stats, alongside a host of bundled ANT+/Bluetooth Smart sensors for gaining heart rate, cadence, power, and speed dat...  More Info
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Garmin VivoSport

Not content with the current crop of activity trackers on the market, Garmin created the VivoSport with a sleek, eye-catching design paired with a colorful touchscreen display, and built-in GPS for tracking exercise outdoors. Like most activity trackers, it's packing an accelerometer that works from the swaying motion of your hand and wrist, meaning it'll track overall steps taken throughout the day, as well as provide accurate tracking of indoor training routines with its preloaded gym activity profiles. Everyday activity tracking quantifies steps taken, floors climbed, sleep duration and restfulness, as well as giving you helpful reminders to get up and move throughout the day. Wrist-based heart rate monitoring gives you an accurate indication of your overall workout intensity, as well as estimating vital statistics like VO2 max and fitness age for finding out how fit you are. The built-in GPS works for cycling and running outdoors, so you can take this to your favorite neighborhood ...  More Info
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Garmin Forerunner 645 Music GPS

Get the most out of every run and find your motivation with the heart rate tracking and wireless music streaming of the Garmin Forerunner 645 Music GPS. Setting itself apart from the standard Forerunner 645, this particular version holds up to 500 songs and streams your favorite tunes to any pair of Bluetooth ear buds or headphones (headphones are sold separately). It's hooked up with Garmin Pay wireless for cashless convenience at the checkout, so you don't have to bring cash or carry a wallet around town. Wrist-based heart rate monitoring and run-savvy measurements give you all the tools you need to get faster and more fit, regardless if you're training for an upcoming marathon or just getting back in shape after a long winter. Pair this Forerunner 645 Music GPS with Garmin's Running Dynamics Pod (not included) to gain a whole host of key running stats, including ground contact time balance, stride length, and vertical ratio. Besides its running and music streaming features, the Fore...  More Info
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Garmin Edge 1030 Bundle

Ride longer and faster while staying connected is the mantra for Garmin's new Edge 1030 Bundle Bike Computer. The addition of the bundle adds additional sensors to get the most out of the computer and your training. Updates include a larger, higher-resolution touchscreen display, increased battery life, ability to race Strava live segments, and trendline popularity routing for finding rides in unfamiliar territories. Rider-to-rider messaging means you can send prewritten notes from your Edge 1030 to other rider's Edge devices letting them know if you'll catch up or if they head up the road or trail. Preloaded Garmin Cycle Maps, Garmin Varia radar compatibility, and live tracking, ensures that the Garmin Edge 1030 is the top-shelf computer in the cycling world.For the new screen, Garmin increases its diagonal size from 3. 0in on the 1000 to 3. 5in on the new 1030 and improves the graphics. The included in-line flush mount keeps the device in-line with your bar, giving it a lower profile...  More Info
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Lezyne Mega C GPS Bike Computer

Featuring a large 2. 2-inch, 240 x 320 high resolution color screen with color graphics that help you quickly and easily identify specific data fields, the Lezyne Mega C GPS Bike Computer is jam-packed with tech features to help you get the most out of your ride. It pairs with any iOS or Android device through the free Lezyne Ally V2 app, and provides turn-by-turn navigation, Strava Live Segments, and phone notifications (incoming calls, texts and message app notifications) to help you stay connected in the middle of an all-day ride. Among the many features of this computer, the Mega C GPS enjoys Glonass connectivity, ANT+, and a built-in barometer and accelerometer. It still connects to the GPS network and broadcasts via Bluetooth, but the added features make it even more effective. This is especially true of the barometer and accelerometer, which reduce the dead spots and wonky readings that occasionally result when a handheld device is communicating on a sub-meter scale with a posit...  More Info
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Garmin Fenix 5S Sapphire

Setting out to improve upon the ever-popular Fenix 3, the Garmin Fenix 5S Sapphire retains the original's sport-savvy capabilities, but in a streamlined 42-millimeter case that's ideal for smaller wrists. Updated to be more user friendly than ever, this version gives you the ability to seamlessly swap QuickFit bands without messing with tools. In fact, Garmin bundled an additional QuickFit silicone band, so you can quickly transfer between home, office, and gym without skipping a beat. This particular version is upgraded with a sapphire crystal face for greater resistance to unsightly scratches, should you inadvertently bump it into overhanging trail vegetation, rock outcroppings, and rugged terrain. The 5S Sapphire version is upgraded with Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing you to quickly upload workout and activity data to your smartphone app. For times when Wi-Fi isn't available, the Fenix 5S Sapphire syncs with Bluetooth for uploading activity data out in nature. It's one of the most com...  More Info
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Garmin Varia Bike Lights Bundle

Garmin wouldn't just make a bike light. Not its style. What it would do, though, is create a GPS-powered, highly technical, completely revolutionary illumination system like the Varia Bike Light Bundle. Paired with a compatible Garmin Edge computer, the beams of the Varia are actually controlled by incoming GPS data in real time, so you always have exactly the illumination that's most helpful for the situation. In the front, for instance, the beam extends farther in front when you ride faster, and comes closer when you slow down. At dawn and dusk, there's an automatic high-beam cutoff so you don't blind oncoming drivers and cyclists, because a blinded driver is a driver that's more likely to run into you. Garmin's data showed that 40% of cycling accidents happen when the rider is hit from behind, so it gave the rear light even more functionality. When you start slowing down, it increases in brightness, just like a car's brake lights. You can also mount two tail lights together and use ...  More Info
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Lezyne Mini GPS Bike Computer

Ever the tinkerers, Lezyne spent much of the last product cycle fiddling with its GPS designs, and not even the simple Mini GPS Bike Computer was left untouched. We set simple off in quotation marks because the Mini GPS is small, but its colossal data collection and route management abilities are rarely duplicated--even in much larger and more expensive models. And despite its Brobdignagian breadth of function, the Mini GPS remains one of the--yes--simplest, most intuitive GPS and training metric interfaces we've used. The biggest change between model years is the advent of Bluetooth compatibility, which was previously only enjoyed by its decidedly non-mini stablemates like the Super and Power GPS models. This update makes the Mini GPS a full-fledged head unit, giving it wireless access to power meters, heartrate monitors, and any other ancillary device that speaks Bluetooth. It also means that, though there may be GPS units or wired speed and cadence computers that are lighter than it...  More Info
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Garmin Fenix 5S

Improving upon the ever-popular Fenix 3, the Garmin Fenix 5S retains the original's sport-tracking capabilities, but in a streamlined 42-millimeter case that's perfect for the smaller wrists of female wearers. Updated to be more user friendly than before, the QuickFit band can be swapped out without the need for tools or screws (additional bands sold separately). This gives you the ability to quickly swap bands when you're traveling between work and the gym. One of the most comprehensive sport watches on the market, the Fenix 5S features a wrist-based heart rate monitor, alongside pre-loaded sport and activity profiles for athletes and outdoor enthusiasts. This means you won't have to deal with a chest strap monitor, which is a big plus for day hikes in the mountains, bike rides after work, and rigorous outings on the weekend. For dedicated athletes seeking the most accurate heart-rate data, it still retains compatibility with Garmin's ANT+ chest strap offerings. Advanced Performance M...  More Info
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Lezyne Micro GPS HR Loaded Watch

Like you, our lives in the outdoors extend beyond the saddle. Camping, hiking--whatever, we spend almost as much time on foot in the mountains of Northern Utah as we do on our bikes. Almost. Lezyne's Micro GPS HR Loaded Watch equips us for that lifestyle with a wrist-based GPS unit and an included heart rate monitor, giving us the flexibility to enjoy exploration by foot or bike but the glut of data we've come to expect for training. The included Heart Rate Flow Monitor takes advantage of the Micro GPS Watch's Bluetooth capabilities to send biometric data from your chest to the display, so you can track your effort during intervals on the bike or ignore it while taking in natural vistas on foot. Though its name suggests otherwise, the Micro GPS Watch enjoys an expanded list of features that put it on par with Lezyne's more robust GPS units. The Micro picks up features that the Macro drops, including Glonass connectivity, ANT+, and a built-in barometer and accelerometer. It still connec...  More Info
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Garmin Fenix 5x Plus Sapphire GPS Watch

Ultra-rugged and fully-featured with cutting-edge tech, the Garmin Fenix 5X Plus Sapphire is the ultimate essential for serious adventurers and athletes alike. This suped-up version has all the same top-end sport and smart features as its predecessors, like GLONASS and GPS activity tracking, barometric altimeter, wrist-based heart rate, on-screen topo maps, and quick notifications, but has also been upgraded with wallet-free payments, music storage, more in-depth navigation and, perhaps most significantly (and only in the 5X Plus, mind you) a pulse oximeter to measure blood oxygen concentration--the first sports watch with such a capability. Primarily useful for excursions into the alpine, the Pulse Ox Acclimation sensor uses the same laser technology as those hospital finger clips that read your vitals. It shines two beams through your wrist and measures how much light reaches a detector on the other side. In the case of sports, this helps determine how your body responds to high alti...  More Info
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Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire Titanium Training Watch

Fuel your outdoor lifestyle in refined style with the Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire Titanium Training Watch. Bucking the industry trend of placing a cheap plastic band on a powerful training watch, the Fenix 3 Sapphire Titanium exudes a well-polished look with its upscale titanium band. And for athletes worried about the titanium band getting in their way during high-octane workouts, this watch comes with a spare silicone band that's much lighter and more flexible. This sophisticated training watch tracks nearly every aspect of your adventurous lifestyle. Its incredibly versatile and ingenious features include GPS tracking, sport-tuned profiles, exercise physiological metrics (with separate heart rate monitor), and Bluetooth smartphone syncing. The 1. 2 inch sunlight-readable Garmin Chroma Display promotes easy reading in bright outdoor conditions, with a high-strength sapphire lens that withstands regular use and abuse. Ultimately, this watch is a great choice for dedicated athletes and out...  More Info
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Garmin VivoMove HR Premium

The Garmin VivoMove HR Premium is an elegantly appointed smartwatch that effortlessly transitions from afternoon workouts to upscale dinner dates. One of the most low-key smartwatches on the market, the VivoMove HR Premium features dedicated watch hands alongside an OLED touchscreen display that's cleanly situated in the background. This means you'll have a stylish watch that doesn't look like a space-age gadget when you're just wearing it in a casual setting or office environment. However, don't let its seemingly casual disposition fool you. It's loaded with tech-savvy features such as numerous fitness monitoring tools, a wrist-based heart rate monitor, and smartphone notifications to keep you on-track with incoming messages. Seeing this Premium version gets a genuine leather band, it's probably best for casual workouts, daily commutes, and light-duty yoga sessions. If you desire something a little more sweat-friendly, you can always swap out the provided leather band for a silicone o...  More Info
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Garmin fenix 3 Bundle

The new Garmin fenix 3 is designed to be your one watch to rule them all, as it were. Utilizing EXO+ GPS and a GLONASS antenna, the fenix 3 records data such as: how fast you're going, how far you've gone, calories burned, elevation gained and lost, number of ski runs you've taken, and even how well you're sleeping. Included in this bundle is the HRM-Run heart rate monitor strap, so that you'll have better insight into exactly how your body's performing. In addition, the fenix 3 is compatible with all ANT+ devices, so you can get readings from your bike's power meter, and other ANT+ heart rate straps directly to the watch's 51mm face. You can even pair it with your mobile devices to get email, text message, and stock updates on the go. And, since you'll be wearing this watch when you're in all kinds of inclement weather, the fenix 3 is water-resistant to 10 atmospheres.  More Info
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Garmin Vivoactive HR GPS

Whether you're cycling, running, swimming, skiing, or golfing, Garmin's Vivoactive HR GPS is equipped to monitor every and any activity with precision all while maintaining the stylish convenience of a wristwatch. The Vivoactive HR GPS features Garmin's innovative Elevate wrist heart rate technology, which not only tracks your heart rate (except during swimming) but also translates this data so you can easily quantify the intensity of your activities. It's GPS-enabled sports app allows you to track a multitude of metrics including distance, speed, cadence, routes, inactivity, etc., and they can be easily shared with Garmin Connect, giving you immediate insight on your activity to help to you train smarter and harder. The Vivoactive also offers the gamut of modern amenities we've come to expect from most smartwatches, including text and call notifications, social media alerts, playlist control and calendar syncing so you have the convenience of connection whenever you need it.  More Info
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Garmin HRM-Run

The migration from simple stop watches to working out with computers on our wrists began with heart rate, and even now, most of the data measured by Garmin's fleet of scary-smart gadgets has something to do with that metric. Access everything your new watch can do and learn how hard your heart works during different activities, whether you're working towards heart rate-based training or are just curious, with Garmin's HRM-Run. It pairs with the brand's newer devices and features an acclerometer to keep track of how fast you're moving inside or out on the roads. Whether you're barrel-chested or petite, the soft, stretchy strap will adjust to fit around your rib cage, and once you have it adjusted, the strap will stay out of your way while you work up a sweat.  More Info
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Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire Performer Bundle

If you're sick of being the one that no one's able to recognize when you're not in athletic wear, Garmin had you in mind when it released the Fenix 3 Sapphire Performer Bundle. Start with the Fenix and a pair of jeans, and you'll feel like a whole new person, while still being able to keep a close eye on your resting heart rate. Once it's time to change into training clothes, grab your running shoes or sneak out of the office for a few holes of golf without having to swap watches; the Fenix 3 comes complete with all of the standard Garmin tech you've come to depend on over the years, in a sleeker, decidedly classier silhouette built to fit into your daily routine. In addition to being a fitness watch, the Fenix 3 boasts fitness tracking capabilities as well, so rather than just reporting on your overall pace, distance, heart rate, and calories for a run, it'll keep a close eye on your sleep schedule and daily steps too. The built-in accelerometer and GPS capabilities mean you'll have m...  More Info
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Garmin Fenix 5X Sapphire

Bringing colorful cartography to your wrist, the Garmin Fenix 5X Sapphire comes with 100K topographic maps of the entire US, so you can explore far-flung areas without ever getting lost. GPS and GLONASS receivers quickly lock onto satellites, meaning you won't have to endlessly wait for reception when you're trekking through the wilderness. For users desiring greater detail, Garmin offers a slew of aftermarket maps for different regions of North America, including their popular 24K topographic maps. Besides being an incredibly useful tool for wilderness navigation and far-flung adventures, the Fenix 5X Sapphire is upgraded with a sapphire crystal face for greater resistance to unsightly scratches, as well as Wi-Fi connectivity for seamlessly uploading data to your smartphone app. Both colors enjoy the robust durability and refined appeal of a stainless steel case, with the choice between a black silicone band or a stainless steel band. Please note, the stainless steel band comes with a...  More Info
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