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Garmin Forerunner 110 GPS Running Watch with Heart Rate Monitor - Grey/Pink (discontinued by manufacturer)
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- High-sensitivity GPS receiver accurately locates and tracks position even near tall buildings/under tree cover
- Stores up to 1000 laps of training data for review as you run
- Garmin's simplest GPS running watch for runners of all abilities - switch on, press start and go
- Record, relive and replay your workout sessions on Garmin Connect™, our free online training community
- Includes ANT+ heart rate monitor to track your training intensity and collect accurate calorie-burn information.
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Garmin Forerunner 110 Women’s HR
Quick and Simple-to-use
The Garmin Forerunner 110 is an easy-to-use GPS sportswatch that measures your time, pace, distance and tracks your calories burned. There is virtually no setup required, so it is ideal for runners who simply want to step outside, acquire satellites and start their workout. Once satellite signals are found, press start and walk or run with Forerunner 110 – it will automatically start logging your workout.
Easy to use
Forerunner 110's data-friendly display makes it simple to read on the run with the all-important time, distance and average pace always there when you need it. An estimate of calories burned is also provided.
Forerunner 110 is automatically set up to show your current mile pace and will capture and display the split time for every mile you run. Alternatively, you can adjust this to kilometres if you prefer, or even change the distance to get more frequent splits.
The lap history saves up to 1,000 laps of training data within the internal memory. You can also upload that information to your computer for further analysis and storage.
Review, Relive and Replay
Whether you’re training to complete your first 5k or you want to get faster and fitter, accurate workout data is the key. As well as storing all the information about your walk or run in the watch itself, you can also view it online. .
Tracking your data is simple with Garmin Connect. Visit the Garmin website for free data analysis and sharing. Just upload to Garmin Connect from your PC or Mac, then see the route you travelled on a map, view a summary of your work-out data, create goals, monitor your progress and more.
This makes it easy to go back and see how you did last week or last month and hopefully see your progress.
Follow Your Heart
Forerunner 110 comes bundled with a heart rate monitor to track and display your heart rate in beats per minute so you can see how hard you’re working.
Fast and Accurate
Forerunner 110 features HotFix satellite prediction, which means it locks onto satellites quickly so you can be out the door and on your run in no time. It also has a high-sensitivity GPS receiver to stay locked onto satellites, even near tall buildings or under tree cover.
Forerunner 110 can be worn as a watch even when you’re not working out. The battery lasts up to eight hours in training mode and two weeks in power-save mode and is easily rechargeable through a plug-in docking system.
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You can upload all the data to Garmin Connect and you can see a map of your run through the Google maps interface and you can look at your heart rate and pace along the length of your run. You can set an autolap so that the Forerunner records data every mile, for instance and for most runners this is surely enough.
It's really easy to use and perfect for anyone who wants an automatic record of their runs.
After about 18 months of occasional use, my Forerunner 110 intermittently became unable to find satellites. The problem got worse and worse, and, after getting bored of standing outside my flat for 20 minutes in the cold before a run, I decided to send it back to Garmin for repair - paying a £60 maintenance fee. I promptly received a reconditioned watch back from Garmin, with a 90 day warranty.
After 91 days, the reconditioned watch started experiencing the same problem, even worse than my original. It wouldn't find satellites at all. On calling Garmin support I was condescendingly told that, obviously, it was a software issue (of my own making), because I hadn't run a software update when I received it (since they send out hardware with out-of-date software installed as standard).
This did nothing to alleviate the problem. Garmin Support now (condescendingly, again) insist that, because it's outside of the warranty period, my only course of action is to pay another £60 maintenance fee and get another reconditioned watch.
Do not buy Garmin products.
I had tried on some of the 105, 205, 310, and 405 watches and I was generally unhappy with the size / comfort of them. Especially the 405 range - they're really uncomfortable for someone with small wrists, as even though you'll be able to adjust the strap to fit you okay - the back facing on the 405s don't fit snug against the forearm part of your wrist (again that's just for people with small wrists.)
The 110 fits very comforably. I went for the version without heartrate as I don't have a requirement for heartrate. I think the watch looks plain but nice. You could get away with wearing this as a normal watch. It also looks nice when the blue backlight is operated.
Functionality. This is the ideal watch for me. I haven't connected it to a pc yet as I was I'm only just back from injury and haven't had much time to check out pc features yet. I deliberately went for the simpler option of the 110 gps as I don't want to get too caught up in after training analysis (Analysis is Paralysis!)
The watch comes with a small user manual that's very easy to read and understand so I'd advise any purchaser to read that.
In the set up you can select your 110 gps watch to measure your PACE or your SPEED. You can amend your set up at any stage in the future so don't be afraid to experiment. I have mine set up to measure my PACE. You're also asked to set the units at miles or km. And you're also asked to set lap distances. I have my watch on Miles, and I set my lap distance to 0.25 Mile. You can turn the alarm beep on / off (it beeps every lap unless you turn the beep off.)
My watch takes about 1 minute approximately to locate the satelites at which point you can press the start button to begin your run.Read more ›
I have now been using the Garmin 110 for about a month and there are aspects I like, but several that I do not!
It looks fine. It is very easy to use. It locates satellites fairly quickly (noticably more quickly than my 305).
BUT it does not display actual speed/pace whilst running! Why not? Why would anyone prefer to look at average speed/pace? You can set it to auto lap and use very short laps so that the avarage is close to your actual but that causes probelms dowloading the run to Sporttracks as this then sees each lap as a separate run!
Downloading to Sporttracks directly also seems not to be possible so I use Garmin Training Centre and can then export runs from there to Sporttracks.
Also it has frozen on me twice now, on each occasion as I connected to my PC. Re-setting the watch as directed is supposed not to cause you to lose data, but it does! All of your stored runs and all of your entered personal data and setting preferences! The connecting device is also slightly fiddly.
Finally I was caught out at the start of my first race using it as I got it set up to go in anticipation of the race (satellites found) but there was thena short delay before the race actually started and the watch went back to watch mode. I failed to notice this meaning I started the race fiddling with my watch to re-locate satellites etc!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
watch just ok, basic for runners, keep having to re install software to recognise watch on pc , poor for the cost of the watch, usb lead for recharging hopelessPublished 12 days ago by Bill Bittlestone
As a runner, I love the 110gps, easy to use, use it as a standard watch too.Published 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
Although this is an older Garmin, it does the job really well. The charge lasts a while and always gives an accurate measure. Heart rate monitor also works well!Published 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
Takes a little while to pick up satellite but simple to use and easy to adjust settings. Comfortable to wear.Published 29 days ago by Anna
Bought this for my 12 year old daughter who is a runner & this does exactly what she needs.Published 1 month ago by L Kean
Do not buy this product, the lifespan is not good. I bought this watch for my partner as a birthday present and he didn''t even get 2 years out of it due to the strap breaking. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
My husband brought this watch less than 2 years ago and the strap has already broken. The plastic strap has broken off on the band and looking ro see if we can get a replacement... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Julie C
Seems pretty accurate (enough for my game !) battery struggles to do 36 holes.
Can annoyingly revert back to main menu if you have not interacted with it in a few holes. Read more