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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.
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!
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
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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.