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Ultrasport GPS watch NavRun 200

8 customer reviews

Price: £20.74 - £95.21
  • State of the art training watch with charging cable
  • Charge from a computer via USB
  • Displays: speed, run time, laps etc.
  • Water resistant up to 3 atm
  • Compatible with the current Ultrasport running collection

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  • ASIN: B00JUG94I4
  • Date first available at 22 April 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 396,488 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Product Description

Box Contains

1x GPS Pulse Computer

From the Manufacturer

Overview of functions
  • 12/24 hour time format
  • Chronograph
  • World time
  • Double time T1 and T2
  • 5 daily alarm functions
  • RUN mode
  • Chronograph mode
  • Timer mode
  • Data mode
  • Night mode
  • Set mode

Ultrasport GPS Watch NavRun 200

The compact training computer for the wrist

Anyone who jogs, walks or is regularly active in other ways should consider purchasing a GPS watch if they are interested in improving their performance. GPS watches are excellent training tools for ambitious sports enthusiasts. These days the models are neither bulky nor complicated--instead they are compact, reliable and equipped with a built-in GPS receiver and antenna. The watch can and should be configured to your user data (weight and height).

This watch is water resistant up to 3 atm. However after immersion the watch should be dried before it is used or charged. Caution: the watch is not designed to work for swimming or under water!

The perfect data cable: data transfer and charging cable in one

The NavRun data cable has a special contact clamp on one end which fits all NavRun pulse computers or GPS training watches. On the other end of the cable is a USB plug for connection to a PC. It is included in the set, and at the same time also separately available here at Amazon.

Charging or evaluation of data via the PC

Both versions of the training watch have a rechargeable battery which can be charged via the USB connection on your PC by using the included charging cable. The enhanced version also includes a data cable which can be used for evaluation and processing of the newly created data.

Where am I?

The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a navigation system with a network of 24 or more satellites. GPS functions worldwide and 24 hours per day, but works at best in clear weather. High buildings can influence GPS precision. The wristwatch determines a two-dimensional GPS position (latitude and longitude) when three satellite signals are received.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Richard Kelly TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 18 Jun. 2014
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This is a fairly basic GPS watch, this basic edition does not include HR function or Data upload to a PC. I'm comparing it to my wife's Garmin Forerunner 110 which is similar in both price and functionality. First impression was that it looked very similar, it's just a large slab of charcoal coloured rubberised plastic, it's quite large but it fits fairly comfortably. After charging I've had loads of problems getting it to sync the GPS, it does it eventually but every time I do it it takes about 5 minutes, where as my wife's one usually connects within 30 seconds. When running they do show pretty much the same distance run, but only in a direct line with the sky. I stopped to have a chat with someone whilst out in a slightly covered area and noticed that when I moved on I had done 1.5k, the watch had continued to show me as moving even though I wasn't and it was showing the same pace as I had been going before I stopped (again the Garmin didn't). There are plenty of other functions but the menu system is quite convoluted and the instructions are quite difficult to follow - its relatively straight forward to set the GPS on and then run though. The watch does maintain its charge much better then the Garmin one does, but you only really need it to maintain charge whilst you are out running so unless you are doing 10 hours that shouldn't really be an issue. Charging is via USB and it's easier to get the pins lined up on this over the Garmin one.

If I had to choose between this one and the Garmin Forerunner 110 I'd go with the Garmin one as it syncs faster and gave more accurate readings under covered conditions.
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By marcoscu TOP 500 REVIEWER on 26 Sept. 2014
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I have been running for several years now and average around 45 miles a week street running. I have used a range of GPS watches and other devices and recently switched from the excellent Garmin Forerunner 910XT GPS Multisport Watch with Heart Rate Monitor to the equally expensive Polar V800 GPS Sports Watch with Heart Rate Monitor. So I was interested to learn how a more inexpensive device would stand up against high end devices several times the price.

It is perhaps not really fair to compare an entry level device to a costly high end device and it would be foolish to expect the many arcane and little used sophisticated features of a £350 watch. That said, it is perfectly fair to expect the essential core features to be present and working on even a budget unit.

This watch is available in several variations, the version I received did not include a heart rate strap nor a data cable, just the watch itself and the charging cord. I believe both the missing items are available for separate purchase.

Getting started with this watch is not as easy as it could be. The documentation is sparse, poorly printed and hard to follow and that supplied on the included mini-CD is little better. Luckily, I have spent many fruitless hours in the past struggling with running watch manuals and after a while managed to get it figured out... I think.
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I've used (or tried to use) this GPS watch a fair few times now and I'll have to be honest, I just haven't really got a clue whether I am being successful in starting it properly and then saving the run. On my first try I eventually managed to get it started after waiting about 10 minutes for the GPS to lock on but I had no idea if I had stopped it and saved the run correctly when I had finished. Upon connecting it to my PC to view the data (using their supplied software), I found out that luckily it had recorded my run (and to be fair it was just as accurate as my Garmin is on the run I completed). But it had also recorded 4 others which were obviously the ones I had started and stopped after the run when I was trying to save it!

The instructions come on a CD as well as a 4 sheets of paper instructions, 2 of which are quick start guides and the other 2 tell you 'How to change views in run mode' and 'How to view current data after your exercise before saving'. No idea why you need 4 separate sheets, a small booklet would have been much more sensible. The instructions are just so vague as well, they are just a series of pictures set in a flow chart and for me, just not very good at all. On my first run I was left thinking, I wish I had brought those 4 sheets of paper with me because I have not got a clue what I'm doing here ;-)

To be fair, the watch is nice, it looks good in my opinion, it looks remarkably similar to another GPS watch on the market! It's comfortable in use as well and the strap is plenty big enough. The data you can view on your PC is pretty good too, however, I have yet to find a way of uploading a tcx or gpx file so I can add to Strava, Endomondo etc.
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