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Ultrasport NavRun 600 GPS Heart Rate Monitor with 2.4 GHz Chest Strap


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  • State-of-the-art training watch with GPS-based compass
  • ECG accurate heart rate monitoring with included chest strap (2.4 GHz)
  • Data exchange and charging with the PC via USB
  • Shows: distance, time, calories burned, speed, heart rate, height measurement, lap number, etc.
  • Water resistant up to 3 atm

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 200 g
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  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 311700000031
  • ASIN: B00HEZFQ0S
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 5 Feb. 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 406,374 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Ultrasport NavRun 600 GPS Heart Rate Monitor with 2.4 GHz Chest Strap
A running coach on your wrist

If you regularly ride your bike, you ought to consider purchasing a GPS cycling watch, especially if you have a serious interest in improving power and performance. These little helpers are serious training equipment for ambitious athletes. The built-in GPS receiver with antenna reliably determines your position and calculates a variety of easily retrievable data. The watch can easily be customized as gender, age, weight, and height can be set.

Everything you need

The training watch has an included chest strap for accurate pulse measurement. Electrodes inside the strap transmit heart rate data wirelessly to the mini-computer. The NavRun600 can show the following data: distance, speed, heart rate, calories burned, altitude, direction, times, length of time and distance. The instrument is water resistant up to 3 atm (equivalent to a depth of 30 m), but should be thoroughly dried after before it is used or charged. Note: the watch is not designed for use while swimming or under water!

Communication and power via the PC

The NavRun600 is easy to connect to your PC via the included USB cable and coordinating software. Store your training performances to check or create new routes. Another added feature of this training watch is the rechargeable batteries that can be charged on your PC via the same USB cable

About Ultrasport

We have successfully produced ranges of products for sports and outdoor categories for many years. We distribute these products exclusively through Amazon under the brand name Ultrasport. Discover more exclusive offers, great bargains, and product highlights - new each month in the Ultrasport product world

Where am I?

Global Positioning System (GPS) is a navigation system comprised of a network of 24 or more satellites. GPS works worldwide and 24 hours a day- preferably in clear weather. High buildings can affect GPS accuracy. The cycle computer determines a two-dimensional GPS position (latitude and longitude) when three satellite signals are received, and a three-dimensional GPS position (i. e. the altitude at which you are) when four or more satellite signals are received.


Overview of functions
  • 12/24-hour format
  • Chronograph
  • Universal time
  • Double time T1 and T2
  • 5 daily alarm functions
  • RUN mode
  • Chronograph mode
  • Timer Mode
  • HRM mode (2.4 GHz)
  • Altimeter mode (GPS-based)
  • Compass mode (GPS-based)
  • Data mode
  • Night mode
  • Set mode

System Requirements

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Fireball Dragon HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 17 July 2014
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I am a long distance runner, and was excited when I receive this watch. Unfortunately, it did not live up to my expectations in the ways in which I had imagined.

Firstly, the watch seems to be a little poor in overall finish and quality. It is also a little uncomfortable on my wrist due to the type of buckle system it utilises. I much prefer the stud fasten system implemented in the Nike+ GOS running watches.

It accurately measured my heart rate, no problems there. The display is a little dim and could do with being sharper. And more crisp. GPS signal was quick to connect, but not very accurate. A route I know to be 10km was measured as 7.9km by the watch.

The overall instructions are also not great, and a little difficult to follow. Setting up the watch requires multiple button presses and steps, and this is the last thing I want to do/learn before a run.

Software was a little fiddly and I did not like the cable I have to attach to the watch each time to upload workout data. Wireless syncing would have been great.

Overall, improvements are needs if this watch is to compete in an established market with the likes of Adidas MiCoach, Nike+ and Garmin. 3/5
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By possessed.by.a.lemon TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 26 Jun. 2014
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Plenty of features and a nice design but it's a bit cumbersome coming to this from a Garmin. It's not user friendly out of the box and takes you a while to get your head around everything. The included paper instructions aren't ideal and I never trust a 3cm CD in my Mac's drive.

The charger is far from the best too. It takes me numerous attempts to get a connection and charge going. Not sure what the reasoning behind this design is.

Runners aren't the most patient of people and this watch requires exactly that. Once (or if you can be bothered) to overcome that, you've got a very dependable GPS watch and heart rate monitor.

Room for improvement, then, but a solid base from which to build.
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By Michael Sutherland VINE VOICE on 29 May 2014
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I was very pleased to receive the Ultrasport NavRun 600 GPS watch - as an occasional runner, a GPS watch seems like a huge luxury. Unfortunately, this glow didn't last long. The instructions are incredibly hard to decipher - they're a very bad German translation which seems to have been run through Google Translate - but I even wonder how easily native speakers would find it. For example, there's one section which simply says "before you use it, set the alarm" - but doesn't tell you how to do it.

There's a CD supplied with the software for the watch on it, but there's no autorun, so it took a while to figure out which program to run on it. There are a number of sets of instructions on the CD, but they all relate to different models - this is the 600, but the instructions on the web are for the 500 and on the CD it talks about the 400 as well as the 500 and 600. The software also looks like something from Windows 98 and doesn't offer a great deal of functionality.

The watch charges via a USB clip that attaches to the back of the watch, which seems to work ok, and the watch itself tells you how much charge and memory it has left when you attach it.

I didn't find the interface on the watch user friendly at all - there is a lot of functionality (including pairing with the heart rate monitor, a stopwatch, the GPS settings, the time settings) but it's very fiddly - before you know it, you've set a different mode and you're doing something you don't want to. It also doesn't pick up a GPS signal very easily - the first time I used it, it took about four - five minutes to find it, and the next time I just gave up and started running, only for it to find it in about three minutes again. I've not had a GPS watch before, but my phone finds it much faster than this.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Navigator on 11 July 2014
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Functionally this does pretty much all you'd want it to. The problem is how it does it.

In terms of its human interface its a throwback to the early digital watches with their 25 functions, any of which needed Asbergers syndrome and a degree in computer engineering to fathom out. This is never once user friendly. the quickstart instructions on paper (included) don't really allow you to start quickly, because its never very clear what you are starting. the four buttons round the watch, which might arguably be labelled 1,2 3, and 4 are labelled S1, S5, S7 and S11.

What each of these buttons do is hardly crystal clear from the labels, and when you get to the instructions proper they start "following are 4 possible ways to turn on GPS" - of which there are 3: as an example the first reads: "press S1 in TIME mode (whatever time mode is) The watch will display GPS/INDOOR selection screen. Press S1 or S11 to select GPS and press S5 to confirm. the watch will start searching rof the GPS signal and go into RUN mode." Still keen on going for that run?

I didn't like the clunky USB connection - a 1960s East Euopean style crocodiel clip isntead of what is now everyday technology

Finally it is expensive compared to other ultrasport watches which appear to have the same functionality and which are available on amazon for around 1/3 of the price of this (i haven't done a detailed comparison so this is just an impression). Its also not very different in price from a basic Nike running computer - which are nicely designed and easy to use without much recourse to the instructions

All in all its somewhat cheaper than the competition, but a clunky, hard to use alternative.
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