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Garmin Forerunner 310XT GPS Multisport Watch - Grey
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- Swim-proof GPS watch
- Ideal for triathletes and dedicated athletes
- 20 hour battery life
- High-sensitivity GPS receiver and Hotfix satellite prediction
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- Garmin Forerunner 310XT
- USB ANT stick
- AC charger
- Charging clip
- Owner's manual on disk
- Quick Start guide
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It fits nicely in the wrist and is lighter than the 305 and more comfortable than both the 305 and 405 that both feel a little rigid due to the satellite receivers. It has the great satellite pick up of the 405. Its waterproof so great for swimming and triathlon. The virtual runner shows both time and distance ahead or behind (305 only shows time). You can vary your target pace as you run (like the 405). The screen is easy to see whereas the 405 can be a bit difficult. The screens are more easily customisable than the 305 and 405 and has extra options such as actual speed e.g. 12.5kph when running rather than just pace.
The buttons for scrolling are simple and faultless (the 405 bezzel is a nighmare when wet when it rains or you are sweaty)
It has the ANT wireless and pairs easily with your computer
It doesnt have the pre loaded runs like the 305 such as 10k, half marathon but they take seconds to set up via the custom option on the watch or training software so they can be reused.
It also has vibrate alerts so you know when a split has been taken or you have started the timer etc as well as the usual beep option - I didnt think I would be to bothered by having it but now Ive used it its pretty handy.
Its a bit more expensive than the 305 and 405 but worth every penny
The watch is a good size and not heavy at all. The size is bigger than the 405 but you wouldn't wear it as a normal watch anyway, so this is fine for me.
Here are the positives for me compared to other models:
1. The GPS pick-up is superb! It is quick, even if you move locations. I moved from Abu Dhabi to Brussels and it picked up satellites in less than a minute. It even worked in my kitchen!
2. The vibration alert is really useful as you don't always want the watch beeping during events. Also if you have music on you don't have to rely on hearing it.
3. The charging cradle/lead is really easy to use and small enough to travel with.
4. The virtual partner function is very useful again.
5. The ease of uploading data to my Mac. The watch automatically pairs with the supplied USB 'dongle' once initially setup. It then transfers data to your computer very quickly.
As a final positive, the Garmin Connect software is superb. It tracks maps on Google and shows you split times, etc at each lap. The stuff you can do with this software is excellent. It seems that Garmin are committed to improve the software/firmware as updates seem to be worked on regularly and a firmware update was available for me yesterday. I have not used this online software before but it really is very easy to use and shows great information. Much better than the Polar online stuff!
The only negative thing would be the...orange strap!
Firstly, I had problems installing the USB stick driver onto my PC. Having contacted Garmin support they suggested I turn off or uninstall all my security software (anitvirus / firewall etc.) and try to reinstall. I shut down as many programs and services as I could, after first disconnecting my PC from the internet, and tried again, but to no avail. Eventually I found the answer on a forum after searching on google, and it seems many people are experiencing the same problem. In the end I had to start the installation as usual, until my computer hung. Then reboot windows into safe mode, to complete the installation, then reboot back into normal mode and start the ANT program running.
After successful installation it began to upload runs to my PC without any problem. However, in the last week, the software has now started to error when it first attempts to upload a run. When I restart the software it appears to upload the run successfully, but doesn't always work successfully, meaning I have lost some of my runs.
As far as the GPS goes, this is not perfect either. Last week I ran near my home, but by the time I had walked (a couple of minutes) to where I was going to start, the watch had not found the satellites, so I started running anyway. Three-quarters of a mile later the watch had found the satellites. I'd been running in an open park area, and there were no trees or buildings that should have blocked the signal.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent basic Multisport watch. Accurate tracking no matter what the activity. Never had a fault with it.Published 54 minutes ago by Marc Davies
Good piece of kit. A bit tricky to enter in data for custom workouts to start with. Have difficulty in connecting to Garmin Connect even with Ant stick in place,
I have set up... Read more
I bought this in Jan 2017 for my trail runs, cycling and maybe summer swimming. I'm very happy with it even knowing it's a product with 7/8 years. Read morePublished 1 month ago by JCunha
Leaked in the pool after 2 and a half years use & died. HRM packed up after less than a year. Worked pretty well up to that point although it did have a tendency to freeze -... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Initial set up is easy and it connects easily with Garmin Connect. It picks up GPS quickly, seems accurate and the multisport function from the watch face is excellent. Read morePublished 3 months ago by graham
I use this watch for flatwater kayaking and love the waterproofness of this device. I mainly use it to record sessions on the river doing sprints and it is very accurate. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Aaron P.
Excellent watch -battery lasts ages, which was the reason I bought it, so very pleasedPublished 3 months ago by mrs p f topham