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5.0 out of 5 stars
Simple GPS watch that works well, 11 Oct. 2010
I've had a Garmin 205 for a while and was attracted to the 110 for it's small size and ease of use. The sattelite connection is much faster that the 205, no more hanging around in the cold waiting for the connection to complete. It lacks the ability to plan training sessions but I so rarely used that feature that I can happily live without it. You can switch off the default lap counter and just use the lap button to record lap times, so you can still record an interval workout - so long as someone else is calling out the time for each effort to start and stop!
The UBS data and power clip is a bit fiddly, you have to have the connections just right for it to work - I'm not sure why they didn't use a cradle as with the 205.
If you just want to track your pace and distance then I'd really recommend this watch. It does that job really well.