|Sale:||£79.90 FREE UK delivery.|
|You Save:||£60.09 (43%)|
Style Name: Non HRM | Colour Name: Grey
Forerunner 110 is a simple-to-use GPS running watch for runners of all abilities. Whether you're training to complete your first 5k or you want to get faster and fitter, accurate workout data is the key. Forerunner 110 is GPS-enabled so it knows how far and how fast you run. Its data-friendly display makes it simple to read on the run with the all-important time, distance and average pace always there when you need it. Save up to 1000 laps of training data in Forerunner 110's history and review previous sessions in a glance. Predetermine when a lap is logged by distance and view pace for the previous lap.
With virtually no setup required, you can just press start and run or walk with your Forerunner 110. It's automatically set up to show your current mile pace and will capture and display the split time for every mile you run. Alternatively, you can adjust this to kilometres if you prefer, or even change the distance to get more frequent splits. The Forerunner 110's rechargeable battery lasts for up to 3 weeks when used as a watch or 6 to 8 hours when training.
Forerunner 110 features HotFix satellite prediction, which means it locks onto satellites quickly so you can be out the door and on with your run in no time. It also has a high-sensitivity GPS receiver to stay locked onto satellites, even near tall buildings or under tree cover.
Beginner and advanced runners alike know that reviewing data from your run can be motivating and provide meaningful feedback for improvement. Data from each run is stored in the unit, so you can go back and see how you did last week or last month.
Make the most of your Forerunner 110 by joining a worldwide community of Garmin users who track, explore and share their activities via Garmin Connect , our website for free data analysis and sharing. Just upload to Garmin Connect from your PC or Mac, then see the route you travelled on a map, view a summary of your workout data, create goals and more.
Keep all of your workout data stored at Garmin Connect for comprehensive analysis. Garmin Connect presents your data in clear and easy to understand evaluation. Reports are also a great way to track your fitness goals and progress. Run reports by activity or event. Activity Type reports allow you to see statistics on the specific activities you're involved with, for example, road cycling or downhill skiing. Event Type reports allow you to group events such as races, training or recreation. You can also run reports by day, week, month or year.
In addition Garmin Connect allows you to create fitness goals and send them to supported devices. As you complete activities toward your goals they are tracked in your device and Garmin Connect. On the Goals page, create new goals, track historical progress and gauge your progress against active goals.
To see how hard your body is working and accurately track calorie-burn information, you can buy a Garmin heart rate monitor separately for your Forerunner 110 or use your own *ANT+ heart rate monitor.
*ANT+ wireless technology on this Forerunner works only with an ANT+ heart rate monitor, no other accessories.
Fantastic watch. Easy to use. Great at picking up the GPS. Would highly recommend.Published 7 days ago by S. lucas
Very good not had any problems at all and I am running even more nowPublished 10 days ago by Ryan Mcintosh
The garmin 110 is a great running watch. Its light, its great for beginners! You can look at your time, distance and pace all on the same screen. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Tara
One of the best investments I ever made with regards to running. Recently upgraded, but this served me well for a long time and many many runs. Read morePublished 18 days ago by George Baker
This watch is awful. The battery died after 6 months. No one would fix it. It even went back to Garmin and still no one fixed it! Will never buy another Garmin product againPublished 20 days ago by Brenda Klare
So useful! Easy to use and upload to the laptop. Can sometimes take a while to find satellites though.Published 20 days ago by Hannah Bryer