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Timex Easy Trainer GPS Watch

by Timex
1 customer review

RRP: £99.99
Price: £39.26 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • Includes alarm, countdown and lap timer
  • Protective scratch-resistant hard mineral crystal lens
  • Square high-performance and durable resin case with digital display
  • Durable and strong resin 17mm wide strap with buckle
  • Water resistant to 50 metres
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  • ASIN: B00E0CS65K
  • Date first available at 18 July 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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The Timex Easy Trainer GPS Watch allows you to log your pace, distance, speed and calories burnt. Featuring GPS powered by SiRFstarIVTM provides fast, accurate positioning. Store up to 30 workouts, with up to 100 laps per workout. The Timex Easy Trainer features an indigo night light to ensure easy viewing in low light conditions. Another feature of the East Trainer allows you to view two time zones in either manual or world time selection, with the choice of 106 countries. The rechargable Li-Ion battery has a life of up to 8 hours in full GPS mode.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By m s willocks-watts on 15 April 2014
Size: One Verified Purchase
Utterly disappointed with this purchase. After spending a long time choosing a replacement for my trusted Garmin205 I feel I've wasted money. After 2 uses, battery died and watch will not turn on at all even after a full charge time. It's completely dead, no screen, nothing. Wish I'd stuck with Garmin now.
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36 of 36 people found the following review helpful
Accurate and easy to use. 28 Oct. 2013
By Morticia Addams - Published on
Size: One
This is my first GPS watch and I am glad that I bought this one because I feel like it was a good value for the money. It is easy to charge by plugging the included cable into a USB port. I usually turn on the GPS by pushing the button on the side and letting it sit outside for 10 minutes, unobstructed from the sky, to get a signal. After running with my brother who uses his cell phone to track his runs, we compared stats and it is just as accurate. I like that it also breaks down the pace & time per mile in addition to overall. Running in a wooded area, I did lose the signal (which I'm sure would be expected of any GPS watch?) but when it did reconnect in a clear area, the watch did a good job of estimating how far I had run since the signal was lost. It also lasted several runs before I had to recharge it.
26 of 29 people found the following review helpful
Easier but not easy enough for many people 7 Mar. 2014
By Chemist (NW, retired) - Published on
Verified Purchase
This is a sturdy watch that does what it claims to do. But to do time and distance it takes a bit of learning (the manual is not clear enough for the simplest use). Here is how to use this watch like a simple stopwatch to measure the elapsed time: A stopwatch measures elapsed time with two buttons: START/STOP and RESET (to zero). The Easytrainer does that too. The Start button is called START/SPLIT and the Stop button is called SAVE/STOP. To measure the distance, we need an additional button: the red ON/OFF button.
Recommended: Before starting a run, charge the watch, and delete all or most prior runs.
Starting a RUN outdoors (using GPS)
1. TURN ON GPS. Press the red ON/OFF button for a few seconds and release. The GPS icon in the upper right corner will start flashing. When the GPS icon stops flashing and becomes continuous, the GPS is ON. The number of bars indicates the strength of the signal.
2. Press and release the MODE button until RUN appears. The watch will then automatically cycle through the battery life message and the memory remaining message. You will then see on the first line of the three line display for the elapsed time: 000000 (the first two zeroes are minutes, the next two seconds, and the last two are tenths and hundredths of a second. The second line of the display the distance as 0.00 in km or miles. The third line shows one of four choices: pace, current speed, calories burned or the primary time in hr:min:sec.
3. Press RUN as you start running!
If you wish, at any time during or before your run, use the OK/View red button to cycle through the four choices on the third line. The first two lines (time and distance) remain the same.
4. After you finish, press and release SAVE/STOP. Then if you are really finished, press and hold SAVE for a few seconds (you must do this to stop the timer and reset it whether you want to save the run or not).
5. Turn off the GPS with the red ON/OFF button

If you wish to review the run or delete it, press and release the MODE button until REVIEW appears. Toggle (press and release) the OK/VIEW button to select a run and until you see VIEW, DEL and ALL. To delete all runs, press and release the SAvE/STOP button until the ALL flashes, then press OK/VIEW.
I hope this helps. Someday designers and programmers will learn that customers sometimes want a very simple to use device and will design it accordingly. (I give five stars to the Timex help team on the internet site).
20 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Basic GPS Watch 8 Oct. 2013
By Conrad Agincourt III - Published on
I had been using a Garmin Forerunner 10 prior to purchasing the Timex Easy Trainer and I would have to say the Garmin has a much easier to use interface. The Timex's menus seem buried behind numerous button pushes and the numbers are difficult to read on the display, especially when bouncing around when running.

Battery life seems ok as well as GPS accuracy and the price is a bit cheaper than the Garmin. After the Garmin strap broke on me twice within five months I decided to go back to Timex watches, hopefully this strap is more durable.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Nice & Basic GPS Watch 10 Dec. 2013
By Christopher Silverton-Thong - Published on
Size: One Verified Purchase
Distance, pace, time and calories, you pay for what you get. Fast GPS connection, very easy to use, and it fits comfortably. Great and simple GPS watch for anyone.
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Great watch! 10 Sept. 2013
By Charles Blades - Published on
Size: One Verified Purchase
Great inexpensive GPS watch! As good as the $300 big brother version and the low end Garmin. I would recommend to anyone.
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