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No you can't really, you can connect to a foot pod perhaps. Thinking as I type, you could use the walk / run feature where you set how long walk is how long run is, and use that for reps / rest, but that's about it. And perhaps the heart rate monitor. But if that's all you are using it for you may as well get a cheaper… see more No you can't really, you can connect to a foot pod perhaps. Thinking as I type, you could use the walk / run feature where you set how long walk is how long run is, and use that for reps / rest, but that's about it. And perhaps the heart rate monitor. But if that's all you are using it for you may as well get a cheaper version. see less No you can't really, you can connect to a foot pod perhaps. Thinking as I type, you could use the walk / run feature where you set how long walk is how long run is, and use that for reps / rest, but that's about it. And perhaps the heart rate monitor. But if that's all you are using it for you may as well get a cheaper version.
By Djarn on 14 March 2014
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Hi, if you select use indoors when locating satellites it will give you just the stopwatch option, hope this helps
By Stephen Heath on 04 June 2014
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yes you can. It will record your workout as running, but when you upload the activity to the Garmin connect website, you can edit the activity and change it to cycling.
By Eclectic individual on 26 January 2014
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It won't help you get up them, but it does chart your altitude. It shows ascents and descents in figures and in graphs, with reference to sea-level. For example, I have a 10km circular route and It tells me that I climb 35m and descend 32m, starting my run at about 128m above sea level.
By Andy Reilly on 20 May 2014
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I have assumed it's the usual one year warranty.
By Karen on 08 July 2014
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The Heart Rate Monitor is separate to the watch and is worn round the chest. It connects wirelessly to the watch to give you the readings on the watch.
By MR CHRISTOPHER BARBER on 21 January 2014
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Yes there's the option for indoor use, meaning you can still record your workout. When you upload the activity on Garmin Connect you can log it under the activity type i.e spinning, treadmill etc and you'll still get statistical data showing your heart rate throughout the activity.
By Cidgirl on 09 January 2014
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Yes it works in any part of the world as there are no region specific map. Which app do you use? You can use this watch with Strava and it will give you more more accurate timings than the iPhone as well has the ability to use the Garmin heart rate monitor.
By Mr. K. Drain on 06 July 2014
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It's more water resistant . I have had no problems in the rain with it but haven't had it submerged in water
By Zip on 24 March 2015