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Simply amazing value for money,
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This review is from: Ultrasport GPS NavRun 500 Heart Rate Computer (Sports)
I've had this watch for three months now.
The level of functionality is simply amazing for the money...
Not only do you get GPS, Heart Rate Monitor but it also provide very useful things like Count Down, Alarm Clock, good lap memory (for interval training).
In fact, there is so much functionality in it that I find it a bit difficult to learn it all.
I reckon the manual needs reading a couple of times before one is really confident.
I find the included software brilliant and it helps me analysing my run afterwards (looking for alternative footpaths I might have missed along the way).
On the (slightly) negative side, the Hear Rate Monitor occasionally gives weird readings but this normally goes back to normal immediately, so I find I often gets two readings before believing it. I also read negative comments about the altitude and I agree it seems "bizarre" at times. However, the software has an option to correct these issues so it does not bother me that much.
Overall, it's a shame I can give it only 5 stars!
PS: this is the third one I bought as I had initially bought two for my daughters and found it so good I could not resist buying myself one!
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Initial post: 9 Oct 2013 19:04:15 BDT
kevin Frodsham says:
Hi, do you know if it is syncable with endomondo or runkeeper?
In reply to an earlier post on 9 Oct 2013 22:28:20 BDT
Eric M. says:
From what I understand (...), you use the software included (GPS Master) to download the data from the watch to the computer where you use you records within that software.
Then you can export each record (one at a time I think) to various file formats (*.pth, *.kml, *.gpx, *,nema and *.csv).
I don't think you can export all records in one go nor that you can synchronise with anything else. :-(
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