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CatEye Stealth Evo Plus Bike Computer CatEye Stealth Evo Plus Bike Computer
You want a slim, lightweight computer, but you also want GPS functionality and full share capabilities' That's a tall order, but the CatEye Stealth Evo Plus Bike Computer fills it in style. The Stealth Evo sets up quickly and easily and uses GPS to calculate your position--it only takes a second. Aside from all the basic stuff, the Stealth Evo features current altitude, manual start/stop, and a programmable display so you can see the data that's important to you whenever you need to. Once the ride is over, you can upload your data and share it on CatEyeAtlas, Strava, or Training Peaks.
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CycleOps Powertap SL 2.4 Speed/Cadence Sensor CycleOps Powertap SL 2.4 Speed/Cadence Sensor
The CycleOps PowerTap 2. 4 Speed/Cadence Sensor can be used as a standalone speed sensor in case you're riding with your Cervo 2. 4 or Joule CPU, but not your PowerTap hub. Beneath the battery of this unit is a small switch that toggles between speed and cadence. By switching it to "speed", it turns your cpu into a wireless bike computer. It's your choice: You can use this sensor to read wireless speed and distance or actual cadence if you'd like to get a more accurate, real-time measure of how many times you turn the pedals over per minute as opposed to the virtual cadence that a PowerTap Hub gives on its own. In other words, a PowerTap Hub calculates your cadence based on the positive torque applied to hub. It's accurate over the course of the entire ride, but there might be instances when it might seem slightly "off", such as in extremely high cadence situations, or when your pedal stroke is especially smooth. The PowerTap 2. 4 Speed/Cadence Sensor is wireless, communicating to your CPU via ANT+ technology. It only takes about a minute to install. One sensor will do either speed or cadence. Buy two if you want both measurements.
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Garmin ANT+ Stick (ANTUSB-m) Garmin ANT+ Stick (ANTUSB-m)
Whether you're cross-training with one of Garmin's Forerunners, cycling with the revolutionary Vector power meter pedals, or just monitoring your body metrics with a vivofit wearable, the diminutive-yet-mighty Garmin ANTplus Stick makes for instant connectivity between your device, your computer, and the wide world of Garmin's virtual training aids.
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Garmin Edge 1000 Bike Computer Garmin Edge 1000 Bike Computer
A long ride is a great way to take refuge from the stress of daily life, but that enjoyment can vanish pretty quickly if you come to and discover that you're actually pretty lost, it's getting dark, and food supplies are exhausted. Mount Garmin's Edge 1000 Bike Computer onto your bars, though, and you'll be able to see where you are on a map and find out how to get home, or at least make the dreaded "I'm lost, can you pick me up'" phone call, order a pizza while you wait, and share the whole ordeal instantly on social media. The Edge 1000 is capable of just about everything, so it's not some small, super-sleek device. It's about the size of a smartphone, but the large touchscreen enables you to see and use the mapping feature, easily toggle between race, training, road, mountain, and cyclocross modes. You can choose a category for every ride, so the Edge will keep your different disciplines separate, eliminating any confusion. It tracks and records all the usual cycling-specific info, and also has connectivity up the wazoo, so you can link to heart-rate monitors, Android and iOS phones, Shimano's Di2 electronic drivetrain, Garmin Connect, ANT+ enabled devices, and every social media platform imaginable. Sharing your ride data with friends and coaches, taking texts and calls on the go, and checking the weather are just some of the benefits of this enhanced connectivity. At its heart, though, the Edge 1000 is a GPS unit, and its real-time mapping capabilities are top-notch. You can select a pre-chosen route, design your own, or just go out and ride, and the Edge will record your movement, show you where to go, and store it all so you can look at it later. The included USB cable makes it easy to upload everything to your laptop (although you can also view everything in the Garmin mobile app). The Edge accepts microSD cards, and it has up to 15 hours of battery life, so you won't miss a detail. It's fully waterproof, the touchscreen is designed to work with glove...
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Garmin fenix 3 Garmin fenix 3
The Garmin Fenix 3 provides so much information that it's ideal for runners, hikers, cyclists, swimmers, skiers, snowboarders, mountaineers, endurance athletes, and the list goes on. And if you think that it stops at speed, distance, calories burned, location, and GPS-tracking, you'll be excited to know that it even counts elevation gain, how many ski runs you've done, how your swim stroke looks, and even ... how soundly you are sleeping. If that isn't like having your own personal coach, we don't know what is. And you'll always be able to see the numbers because Garmin uses a high-resolution, sunlight-visible, Chroma display. Inside of this seemingly innocuous looking stainless steel housing is an EXO+ GPS and GLONASS antenna that is the point of departure for all the location marking and more advanced route-planning features of the Fenix. Besides the location finding, the Fenix goes a step further to ensure you're always connected with email, text, and even stock alerts delivered to your wrist. Once your workout is complete, data upload is instant.
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Garmin fenix 3 Bundle Garmin fenix 3 Bundle
The new Garmin fenix 3 is designed to be your "one watch to rule them all," as it were. Utilizing EXO+ GPS and a GLONASS antenna, the fenix 3 records data such as: how fast you're going, how far you've gone, calories burned, elevation gained and lost, number of ski runs you've taken, and even how well you're sleeping. Included in this bundle is the HRM-Run heart rate monitor strap, so that you'll have better insight into exactly how your body's performing. In addition, the fenix 3 is compatible with all ANT+ devices, so you can get readings from your bike's power meter, and other ANT+ heart rate straps directly to the watch's 51mm face. You can even pair it with your mobile devices to get email, text message, and stock updates on the go. And, since you'll be wearing this watch when you're in all kinds of inclement weather, the fenix 3 is water-resistant to 10 atmospheres.
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Garmin Fenix 3 HR Training Watch Garmin Fenix 3 HR Training Watch
Tracking nearly every aspect of your adventurous lifestyle, the Garmin Fenix 3 HR Training Watch is incredibly versatile and ingeniously smart with its GPS tracking, sport-tuned profiles, exercise physiological metrics, and Bluetooth smartphone syncing. The 1. 2 inch sunlight-readable Garmin Chroma Display promotes easy reading in bright outdoor conditions, with a high-strength sapphire lens that withstands regular use and abuse. Helpful upgrades make the Fenix 3 HR Training Watch a great candidate for high-level endurance athletes training for upcoming events and outdoor enthusiasts maximizing every available opportunity for exploration and physical fitness. Improving its signal reception, the omni-directional EXO antenna tracks both GPS and GLONASS satellites for quickly locking onto your precise location. The altimeter, barometer, and 3-axis electronic compass help you navigate through remote stretches of forest without getting lost. GPS track logging creates a "bread crumb trail" as you move across desolate stretches of wilderness, allowing you to navigate back to your starting point with the TracBack feature. The Elevate wrist heart rate technology measures your heart rate without the use of bulky chest strap monitors. Physiological metrics crunch your resting heart rate variability to estimate exercise stress level, VO2 max, and lactate threshold. These metrics help you maximize every workout session when you're training for an upcoming race or event. Advanced running dynamics measure vertical oscillation of your running movements, ground contact time, cadence, and stride length for monitoring your running symmetry. Custom apps and watch faces customize the watch's interface through the use of Garmin's Connect IQ store. It communicates wirelessly with your smartphone, giving you text messages, emails, and severe weather alerts when your phone is stashed away within your pack. Also, it uploads all of your data to Garmin's Connect online fitness community, as...
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Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire Performer Bundle Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire Performer Bundle
If you're sick of being the guy that no one's able to recognize when you're not in athletic wear, Garmin had you in mind when it released the Fenix 3 Sapphire Performer Bundle. Start with the Fenix and a pair of jeans, and you'll feel like a whole new person, while still being able to keep a close eye on your resting heart rate. Once it's time to change into training clothes, grab your running shoes or sneak out of the office for a few holes of golf without having to swap watches; the Fenix 3 comes complete with all of the standard Garmin tech you've come to depend on over the years, in a sleeker, decidedly classier silhouette built to fit into your daily routine. In addition to being a fitness watch, the Fenix 3 boasts fitness tracking capabilities as well, so rather than just reporting on your overall pace, distance, heart rate, and calories for a run, it'll keep a close eye on your sleep schedule and daily steps too. The built-in accelerometer and GPS capabilities mean you'll have multi-sport distance metrics you can depend on, plus wireless uploads to Garmin Connect to keep your training log organized in one place. Garmin also gave the watch its own ski/board mode, complete with an auto stop function that will pause the watch while you're waiting in lift lines. Since the Fenix 3 is equipped to be your everyday watch, it can deliver information you rely on your phone for during the day as well, so emails, texts and social media notifications are all just a glance away whether you're sitting in a meeting or logging a few extra miles on the trails.
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Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire Titanium Training Watch Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire Titanium Training Watch
Fuel your outdoor lifestyle in refined style with the Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire Titanium Training Watch. Bucking the industry trend of placing a cheap plastic band on a powerful training watch, the Fenix 3 Sapphire Titanium exudes a well-polished look with its upscale titanium band. And for athletes worried about the titanium band getting in their way during high-octane workouts, this watch comes with a spare silicone band that's much lighter and more flexible. This sophisticated training watch tracks nearly every aspect of your adventurous lifestyle. Its incredibly versatile and ingenious features include GPS tracking, sport-tuned profiles, exercise physiological metrics (with separate heart rate monitor), and Bluetooth smartphone syncing. The 1. 2 inch sunlight-readable Garmin Chroma Display promotes easy reading in bright outdoor conditions, with a high-strength sapphire lens that withstands regular use and abuse. Ultimately, this watch is a great choice for dedicated athletes and outdoor enthusiasts looking to maximize every available opportunity for training and adventure. Improving its signal reception, the omni-directional EXO antenna tracks both GPS and GLONASS satellites for quickly locking onto your precise location. The altimeter, barometer, and 3-axis electronic compass help you navigate through remote stretches of forest without getting lost. GPS track logging creates a "bread crumb trail" as you move across desolate stretches of wilderness, allowing you to navigate back to your starting point with the TracBack feature. Although not included, this watch is compatible with ANT+ heart rate monitors, delivering a wealth of training and physiological information. When used with a compatible ANT+ heart rate monitor, the Fenix 3 Sapphire Titanium crunches your running speed, heart bpm, and heart rate variability to estimate your VO2 max during critical training and racing scenarios. Other fitness metrics include a recovery advisor and timer, both of which...
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Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire Training Watch Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire Training Watch
Wearing a rubberized band that looks more like hazard tape or a rave party glow stick is potentially against the grain with most of life's situations, such as when in the office or at dinner with the family. The Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire Training Watch's classically styled leather strap not only sets your tone of professionalism and character, it also suggests that just like you, this watch is more than meets the eye.The Fenix 3 is loaded with features that let you take your adventures out of the gym and office. These include golf course distance downloads and fitness information from paddle sports and running, features that beg you to etch a broader definition of yourself. It also tracks lactate threshold, heart rate, and stress scores, and it maps new roads to travel with the EXO+GPS and GLONASS antenna. And if being physically distant from your urban lifestyle is all you need to make an adventure, then you can still receive email, text, and stock updates when you need it.
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Garmin Forerunner 230 Bundle Garmin Forerunner 230 Bundle
Add some sporty style and -- more importantly -- massive metric-tracking capability to your suffer sessions with the Garmin Forerunner 230 Bundle. The Forerunner 230 tracks and saves workout data and daily biometrics for analysis at your leisure. During your daily life, this watch tracks steps, distance, calories, and sleep to accurately assess your non-exercise time. For workouts, it tracks distance, pace, time, and -- when paired with the included Garmin Premium heart rate monitor -- heart rate and estimated VO2 max. The housing and crystal-clear face conceal a GPS and GLONASS antenna, which is the basis for all the activity-tracking capabilities of the Forerunner 230. It can tell you how fast you're going, how far you've gone, whether you're on pace, how fast your heart's beating, how many calories you've burned, how much elevation you've gained, how soundly you're sleeping, and host of other metrics. It even provides custom, goal-oriented workouts that are downloadable with Garmin Connect. For indoor sessions, the 230's built-in accelerometer accurately captures distance and pace on the treadmill -- no need for bulky foot pods. Once the Forerunner 230 has tracked all of these things, it can save them or automatically share them with Garmin Connect so you can see what you've done, the progress you've made, and start planning for the future. Among other things, it's compatible with ANT+, which lets your tracking devices talk to each other and share even more data. The 230 boasts a water-resistance rating of 5 ATM to withstand the forces of up to 50 meters of water, and the bundle is finished with a charging/data clip and user manual.
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Garmin Forerunner 25 Garmin Forerunner 25
Rather than making you choose between a wearable activity tracker and a running watch, Garmin combines both in the new Forerunner 25 to strike a Goldilocks-approved balance in price and metrics. Offering a considerable amount of data for a watch that's considered one of Garmin's entry-level models, the Forerunner 25 gives enough information to enhance your training without weighing you down when you just want to get out and run. As you head out the door and start running, the watch will display your pace, distance, and total time on one or more of its customizable screens, and if you train with a compatible heart rate strap, you'll be able to track your heart rate and calories throughout the run as well. Garmin also includes a built-in accelerometer, so you'll be able to track your distance on indoor tracks and treadmills without requiring you to use a foot pod. The accelerometer joins features like a virtual pacer and personal record notifications in a flood of trickle-down tech from Garmin's pricier models. Once you're done with a workout, the watch can stay in activity tracking mode for up to ten weeks, providing feedback on everything from your sleeping habits to how many steps you take per day.
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Garmin Forerunner 630 Garmin Forerunner 630
We'd be a few years late in saying that the days of stopwatches gracing the wrists of every runner we see are behind us, but with Garmin's latest additions to its data-loving family, we'd go so far as to say that the days of watches that only tell us pace, distance, and calories are numbered too. The new Garmin Forerunner 630 offers a substantial mix of features and training metrics that give serious athletes and aspiring amateurs alike the opportunity to be coached directly from their wrists. If you're a minimalist, this watch is probably not for you; but for runners interested in taking a strategic, data-driven approach to training, the Forerunner 630 makes a formidable training companion. As you'd expect, the Forerunner 630 calculates all of the basics: pace, distance, calories burned, and time. When you pair the watch with an ANT+ heart rate strap, you gain access to a significantly more detailed group of measurements, including ground contact time balance, stride length, performance condition, VO2 max estimate, and lactate threshold. Stride length and ground contact time balance both address form inefficiencies, while performance condition relies on heart-rate data from training to estimate how you'll do in a race. So, when you show up to a race and find the temperature is 20 degrees warmer than what you trained for, you'll be able to watch in real time how much harder your body has to work to maintain pace -- no more writing mile splits on each palm then having to mentally recalculate when the race doesn't go to plan. As you train, Garmin's stress score provides a way to measure workouts against one another and aims to address common overtraining tendencies in amateur athletes. If you're going too hard, the watch's built-in recovery advisor can tell you when to let your body stop and rest, especially after a hard race or workout. Garmin Connect, Garmin's online training and data-storing platform, aims to make analyzing and organizing data easier with a ho...
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Garmin Forerunner 630 Bundle Garmin Forerunner 630 Bundle
Garmin continuously challenges the limits of how much data is accessible to endurance athletes from their wrists, never content with sitting still and offering the same mix of features for long. Its latest virtual coach, the Forerunner 630, improves upon the impressive 600 series of watches Garmin has been making for the past few years, adding and enhancing features that make it nearly unrecognizable when compared to its older, simpler predecessors. The Forerunner 630 Bundle includes Garmin's compatible heart rate strap, so you'll get full access to many of the watch's features right out of the box. As you'd expect, the Forerunner 630 calculates all of the basics: pace, distance, calories, and time. When you pair the watch with an ANT+ heart rate strap, you gain access to a significantly more detailed group of measurements, including ground contact time, stride length, performance condition, VO2 max estimate, and lactate threshold. Stride length and ground contact time both address form inefficiencies, while performance condition relies on heart rate data from training to estimate how you'll do in an actual race. So when you show up to a race and find the temperature is 20 degrees warmer than what you trained for, you'll be able to watch in real time how much harder your body has to work to maintain pace -- no more writing mile splits on each palm then having to mentally recalculate when the race doesn't go to plan. As you train, Garmin's stress score provides a way to measure workouts against one another and aims to address common overtraining tendencies. If you're going too hard, the watch's built-in recovery advisor can tell you when to let your body stop and rest, especially after a hard race or workout. Garmin Connect, Garmin's online training and data-storage platform, aims to make analyzing and organizing data easier with a host of color-coordinated training charts and graphs, and the Forerunner 630 uploads workouts automatically to the site when it's co...
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Garmin Forerunner 920XT Bundle Garmin Forerunner 920XT Bundle
Designed to be fully compatible with a heartrate monitor and power meter, the 920XT is just as impressive when used as a standalone training partner. It measures sleep and calories burned, so you can calculate your base metabolic needs. Added to that, it counts swim strokes, drills, and distance for laps. It even features a metronome that helps you to keep your stroke or cadence at your optimal speed, for those days when your mom isn't following you blowing a whistle. When paired with the included HRM-Run heartrate monitor and/or an optional power meter, the 920XT jumps to the next level of "wow." Not only will it estimate VO2, it even has the ability to know how long your feet stay on the ground during your run to assist with running form metrics. If that isn't smart, what is' Using any of Garmin's ANT+ power meters, you're able to receive the full list of power metrics through the 920XT. The Garmin 920XT also has smart alerts for emails and texts so you can seem like you're working when you're really getting in that second run. The 920XT weights a mere 61 grams, and given all the features, we think that's pretty impressive. The battery lasts up to 24 hours in training mode and 40 in UltraTrac mode. And of course, it also has a standard watch mode. Outside of all the features you can possible use in training, Garmin also is a part of the virtual world of Garmin Connect. The 920XT connects via a smartphone app, computer or even wirelessly. It uploads your workout files and allows you to track your training and compare data with friends. It also is compatible with the Russian GLONASS system so you won't get lost if you're ever on a long run in Siberia.
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Garmin Tactix Bravo GPS Garmin Tactix Bravo GPS
Sometimes training for your chosen outdoor passion can feel like your own top-secret mission. Sure, it's all legal, but most of your friends and family have no idea why you choose to put yourself through such rigorous efforts, perplexed as you spend entire weekend days out on the roads with your bike or train to jump from a plane high above the ground. To complement your punishing, or as some would say, masochistic, training schedule, make Garmin's Tactix Bravo GPS your operation companion. It'll give you an unparalleled amount of information to help you get the most out of your training. As any operative knows, blowing your cover is one of the most dangerous parts of any operation. As such, Garmin designed the Tactix Bravo with a non-reflective body and back-lit display that can be set to a level that won't attract the attention of night vision goggles, allowing you to stay under-the-radar when the cover of darkness is your friend. Seeing your way through dark, dense areas would normally be a challenge, but with the Tactix Bravo's compass, you'll be able to guide yourself anywhere without dragging along cumbersome maps. And in case you find yourself caught up in a quick escape or unplanned crash, the watch's antenna sits encased in a carbon protective shell, with the rest of the watch reinforced far beyond the realm of the everyday to withstand what's necessary out in the field. For more complex skydiving or underwater pursuits, turn the watch to U. S. Tide and Jumpmaster mode. It'll provide you with data on high-altitude release points and calculate when you've jumped to guide you to a desired landing point using its built-in navigation features. Once you hit the ground, use the GPS and compass to navigate your way to safety, and check the sun/moon chart and hunt/fish calendar in the event that you're in charge of dinner for the night. Though the Tactix Bravo has some seriously impressive tactical and navigational features, it's built to adapt to rigorous ...
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Garmin Vivoactive Garmin Vivoactive
Garmin's Vivoactive is an intuitively simple wearable that -- when paired with compatible sensors -- displays biometrics gathered from the myriad aspects of your life on a bright, vibrant touchscreen. It brings the usual functionality that we've grown to expect from smart wearables, including text and call notifications, calendar synching, playlist control, steps taken, calories burned, sleep patterns, and even social media alerts, so you know the moment someone snakes one of your Strava segments. The training functions display speed, distance, and pace and heart rate alerts so you'll stay on track to reclaim your KOMs. In addition to all of these relatively standard capabilities, the Vivoactive can connect to Garmin's app store, Connect IQ, which opens the unit up for virtually limitless customizability through third-party apps and features. It does also come with some unexpected features, like activity goals that are assigned based on inveterate activity levels and sedentary alarms, which warn you when life at the desk is threatening to hamper your metabolism. For all these included and potential features, the Vivoactive's strongest selling point may be its body. The screen is a huge, always-on affair that's readable even under the bright Kona sun. Despite the impressive display, Garmin still manages to keep the claimed weight to just 38g, and the 8mm profile is slim enough to transition seamlessly from saddle to pool to track or even to the golf course in the event you want to ruin an otherwise restful recovery day with a frustrating 18 holes.
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Garmin Vivoactive HR GPS Garmin Vivoactive HR GPS
Sleek enough to pass acceptably through your presentation to the board, the Garmin Vivoactive HR GPS stealthily utilizes wrist-based heart rate reading to take your daily activity tracking and training data analysis to the next level. Whether you're keeping tabs on your daily steps, training for a multisport event, or running after your adventure cat who has just squirmed out of its harness, this watch is there to capture it all. The big news about the Vivoactive HR GPS is its ability to continuously monitor heart rate through its proprietary Elevate optical sensor at the wrist, eliminating the need for a bulky, uncomfortable chest strap. The continuous data stream lets the watch not only provide feedback on current heart rate, but also accurately assess your resting heart rate in addition to all its other activity tracking features. This can help indicate fitness and health changes over time and is a huge perk for athletes looking to catch early signs of overtraining. While Garmin claims Elevate is appropriate for tracking intense activities and training zones, it may be a good idea to stick to your traditional chest strap for interval sessions until Elevate's accuracy is proven, given the issues with many of the other optical sensors currently on the market. The Vivoactive is GPS-enabled to track routes, distance, speed, and other metrics depending on your choice of activity, which can be uploaded to Garmin Connect for in-depth analysis. It connects to Garmin's app store, Connect IQ, which opens the unit up for virtually limitless customizability through third-party apps and features. It also comes with some unexpected features, like activity goals--assigned based on inveterate activity levels--and sedentary alarms--which warn you when life at the desk is threatening your daily activity goals. The Vivoactive HR GPS also brings the usual functionality that we've grown to expect from smart wearables, including text and call notifications, calendar synching, playl...
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Garmin Vivofit 2 Garmin Vivofit 2
Garmin's Vivofit 2 is an updated version of the minimally sized wearable that opens up a world of biometrics. New additions to the Vivofit 2 include a backlit screen and automatic synching with the data storage, sharing, and management of Garmin Connect. Meanwhile, the host of features that made its predecessor fit for life in the active community return virtually unchanged. Our personal favorites of the returning features include the accelerometer, which tracks indoor, stationary workouts without the need for an additional footpod, and the Move Bar activity alarm, which keeps you on point by actively reminding you to avoid staying sedentary for too long. The Vivofit 2 is also ideal to track recovery between training sessions, with a sleep monitor that marks periods of restless or restful slumber. It also counts calories, including base metabolic rate, and suggests daily goals based on your personal activity history. This means that, even when you're in the office instead of the saddle, the Vivofit 2 helps you maintain a conscious awareness of your overall activity level.
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Garmin Vivofit 2 Bundle Garmin Vivofit 2 Bundle
The Vivofit 2 Bundle combines the updated version of Garmin's popular, minimally sized wearable with a compatible heart rate monitor. The Vivofit 2's updates include a backlit screen and automatic synching with the data storage, sharing, and management of Garmin Connect. The heart rate monitor means you can immediately take advantage of the host of features that made its predecessor such a common sight in the active community. Our personal favorites of the returning features include the accelerometer, which tracks indoor, stationary workouts without the need for an additional footpod, and the Move Bar activity alarm, which keeps you on point by actively reminding you to avoid staying sedentary for too long. The Vivofit 2 is also ideal to track recovery between training sessions, with a sleep monitor that marks periods of restless or restful slumber. It also counts calories, including base metabolic rate, and suggests daily goals based on your personal activity history. This means that, even when you're in the office instead of the saddle, the Vivofit 2 helps you maintain a conscious awareness of your overall activity level.
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Garmin Vivofit 3 Garmin Vivofit 3
If you take a look around at a popular outdoor running loop or your local gym, you're bound to see plenty of wrists sporting wearable fitness gadgets whether their wearers are walking, running, hiking, or hitting the weight racks. For a whole host of practical, well-deserved reasons, wearable fitness trackers have taken off faster than carb-free, anti-fat diets or group fitness crazes. Small and light, wearables like Garmin's Vivofit 3 are designed to be worn comfortably all day with an easy-to-read screen that displays information like distance, overall steps, and calories burned without overburdening you with unnecessary information. With its battery boasting a one-year lifespan, you can feel just fine about leaving your Vivofit 3 turned on all the time to track how you're sleeping and how often you're moving. This also facilitates automatically syncing to Garmin Connect, Garmin's training platform and app that stores your data so you can monitor your progress. If you have a job that requires you to sit for long stretches, you can program the Vivofit 3 to notify you when you've been sitting longer than is recommended for overall health, as well as set daily goals for overall steps and distance, helping keep you accountable for getting enough exercise and letting you know when you don't hit your marks. Whether you're working to maintain a rigorous training schedule or are looking to start one, the Vivofit 3 comes with Move IQ built-in, intuiting your change in activity so you don't have to risk tripping mid-run while toggling through separate screens to switch activity modes. If you want to also keep track of your heart rate, you can do so by wearing Garmin's heart rate monitor and syncing it with your Vivofit during activities.
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Garmin Vivomove Activity Tracker Garmin Vivomove Activity Tracker
We're thoroughly impressed with the amount of daily activities Garmin's featherweight wearables can detect unobtrusively from our wrists, but sometimes, we miss classic leather bands and analog displays. With the growing availability of small touchscreen computers that can be worn at the wrist, seeing simple timepieces, even at the office, is becoming a rarity. The forward-marching tech pioneers at Garmin recognize this and created the Garmin Vivomove Activity Tracker for the nostalgic among us who can still benefit from activity tracking throughout the day. Slim and light, the Vivomove looks like a simple analog watch at first glance, with activity tracking features subtly integrated into its face so that they're easily visible if you're looking but not overtly noticeable at a passing glance. The Vivomove quietly counts steps throughout the day, monitoring how much you've moved with a red bar on the right side of the display. It gently reminds you when you've been sitting too long, and provides the option to track your sleep if you're having trouble getting the right amount of shut-eye. The Vivomove won't inundate you with excessive stats and data during your day, but it will automatically upload to Garmin Connect several times throughout the day so that you have access to your daily activities and can keep an eye on your weekly or monthly progress. Unlike complicated fitness watches, the Vivomove doesn't require frequent recharging and a host of cables; its coin cell battery has a lifespan of around a year, so you can make the watch an everyday part of your wardrobe without feeling like you're tethered yet another electronic device.
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Garmin Vivomove Premium Activity Tracker Garmin Vivomove Premium Activity Tracker
You spend most of your free time making dreamy eye contact with the touchscreen, full-color miniature computer you wear on your wrist as you work out, convinced it may actually be more intelligent than you are. When you trade getting feedback on vertical oscillation and cadence for real world responsibilities, you don't want to be without data entirely, but you also don't want to be weighed down by your 920XT when you're sitting at a desk. As with everything else they do, the forward-thinkers at Garmin anticipated what we needed before we did, giving us the Garmin Vivomove Premium Activity Tracker to add a dose of nostalgic-yet-savvy style to daily life. In this age of futuristic wearable fitness trackers, seeing a classic timepiece around is becoming more and more of a rarity. Adopting an analog display, steel casing, and a leather band, Garmin gives a nod to the more traditional among us, subtly integrating a daily step gauge and move bar into the display so that it's visible only if you're looking for it. The Vivomove Premium's capabilities are concise: step tracking, accelerometer for indoor workouts, sleep monitoring, a move bar, and the option to create auto goals for steps. That's all Garmin feels you need to know during your day-to-day life, and we admire the decision to not overload us with unnecessary training info when we aren't working out. As with all other Garmin products, the Vivomove comes with access to the Garmin Connect data platform, and the watch updates continuously throughout the day on its own, with no need for cables or computer access. Its simpler features mean that its replaceable coin cell battery lasts for up to a year, refreshingly making it one of the few devices you don't have to charge every night before bed.
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K-Edge TT Mount for Pioneer K-Edge TT Mount for Pioneer
If you train with a power meter, keeping track of your power output during a tri or time trial is crucial. Thankfully, you can still mount your Pioneer power meter head unit onto your aerobars with K-Edge's TT Mount for Pioneer. Made of rigid, durable aluminum, it locks the computer in place between your aerobars, away from your arms, and keeps it positioned so that you're able to easily see it with a quick glance down. It uses a double locking system for added security and is compatible with 22. 2mm aluminum and carbon bars.
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Magellan Cyclo 315 HC GPS Cycling Computer Bundle Magellan Cyclo 315 HC GPS Cycling Computer Bundle
Short of dropping around an additional $1,000 for an ANT+ power meter, the Cyclo 315 HC GPS Cycling Computer Bundle equips Magellan's most popular GPS head unit with every training metric an aspiring racer could ask for. The included heart rate monitor and speed and cadence sensor transmit wireless data to the versatile Cyclo 315, and -- this being Magellan -- you know the lengthy menu of SiRFstarIII GPS features and functionality give you enough route planning, recording, and detail parsing options for even the most seasoned veteran. As far as space-age exploration is concerned, the Cyclo 315 features all the same navigational genius of the more expensive 505 with two exceptions: no Bluetooth or smartphone connectivity. Detractors may complain that this means they won't get text, e-mail, and phone call updates on their head unit -- to which we say: this is a cycling accessory. Quit worrying about the phone and ride. It ANT+ connectivity does mean it can hook up with a compatible power meter, and it'll also pull info from a Di2 setup running with Shimano's D-Fly wireless system. Like the 505, the Cyclo 315's pre-loaded maps include cycling-specific notations; restaurants, bike shops, and generous shoulders and dedicated lanes are all called-out, keeping you informed of possible coffee stops and pleasant alternatives to gravelly, debris-strewn shoulders on sketchy highways. By creating a rider profile, you can also ensure that you don't find yourself traversing punishing grades on a rest day or hitting dirt or gravel roads on your carbon rims and supple race tires. For off-road riding, it will also ensure that you spend the maximum amount of your ride navigating lines through rock gutters and root lattices instead of traffic furniture. If you'd rather introduce an element of exploration to your ride, the Cyclo 315 also shares the 505's Surprise Me feature. Surprise Me automatically generates three prospective routes for you to choose from. Just to make you're your...
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Tate Labs Bar Fly iPhone Case + Mount Tate Labs Bar Fly iPhone Case + Mount
We all love to ride for the freedom it provides, but it's the 21st century, and there's something to be said for modern conveniences. So if your phone is one of the devices you just can't be without, consider the Tate Labs Bar Fly iPhone Case + Mount. It clamps to your handlebar, providing a solid mount for your iPhone 5, and shrouds it in a waterproof casing to keep it safe. Now you don't have to leave the world behind just because you're going for a ride. The Bar Fly fits to any handlebar with a 31. 8mm clamping diameter. The rotating phone mount allows you to mount your phone vertically or horizontally, to optimize the display for your needs. This kit includes a waterproof hard case for an iPhone 5. The Tate Labs Bar Fly iPhone Case + Mount is available in one size, and in the color black.
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Tate Labs Bar Fly iPhone HRM Bundle Tate Labs Bar Fly iPhone HRM Bundle
A phone is a very different animal than it was just a few short years ago. You can use it as a GPS, you can shop online, and now, it even functions as a heart rate monitor. So if you're ready to make the jump, the Tate Labs Bar Fly iPhone HRM Bundle lets you mount your iPhone 5 securely to your bike, and use it to track your workouts. The Bar Fly fits to any handlebar with a 31. 8mm clamping diameter. The rotating phone mount allows you to mount your phone vertically or horizontally, to optimize the display for your needs. This kit includes a waterproof hard case for an iPhone 5, as well as a 4iiii heart rate monitor. It's also compatible with ANT+ displays, such as Garmin, for example. When it's set up, it allows you to use your iPhone 5 to track your heart rate. In other words, your training just got a lot more precise.The Tate Labs Bar Fly iPhone HRM Bundle is available in one size, and in the color black.
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Topeak PanoBike BlueTooth Heart Rate Strap Topeak PanoBike BlueTooth Heart Rate Strap
Turn your smartphone, tablet, or any Bluetooth Smart (BLE 4. 0) device into a personal training and health management device with the Topeak PanoBike BlueTooth Heart Rate Strap. Simply find an app (Strava, MapMyRide, Runtastic, Endomondo, ext.) of your liking and sync it with the Topeak PanoBike Heart Rate Strap. The Bluetooth smart algorithm extends the included CR2032 battery's life up to an incredible 1800 hours (approximately five years with an hour-a-day use). The transmitter is water resistant so sweat or light precipitation will not ruin the device. And, it has a transmission range of 33 feet so you can use laptops/desktops/tablets when training indoors, or a handlebar/pocket location while on the bike. The Topeak PanoBike BlueTooth Heart Rate Strap fits chests from 60 - 110cm, and can be increased to 90 - 140cm with the chest strap extension.
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