Time and place

Garmin Fenix

This was the market's best GPS clock for long distance races and competitions lasting for several days. Holds for 50 hours, has on / off button, track back function when you want home, barometer, tempratur and altimeter. What I'm not so happy with is a little tongue-laden menu and the physical back of the clock. The back is [...]

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Sunto Ambit 2

Great watches with tough design. They have oval backside and GPS transmitters "on the belt" at the time, which causes discomfort to wear them on the wrist over time. I did not find any on / off function for the clocks, which is an important factor in running over several days and often without power. Got in retrospect [...]

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Garmin Forerunner 910 XT

Undoubtedly the best running and multi-clock I've tested so far (1.12.13). At that time I connected further to Tanita's «scales». The weight showed weight, water in the body, bone mass, fat and viscous fat. When the clock summed up its own training data from the clock, it produced the worst of all "physical age!". With a calculated [...]

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Rolex Explorer II

When I attend races lasting more than a day, I use the best suitable equipment available on the market.
Time is an important factor and the time I trust most is my Rolex Explorer II.

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Garmin Forerunner 310XT

Fantastic clock, but a little lumpy. It was quickly replaced when 910xt came on the market. The advantage of this rather than pulsar and sunto watches was that it had easily available function keys on the front of the clock.

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Garmin Forerunner 405CX

Tuch-fuel from .... The tank is good in hot coats, but with cold, gloves and cold bells this did not work optimally. The functions in the clock itself were good.

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