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SP_COACH_NANCY SparkPoints: (158,833)
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12/29/12 11:59 P

Hi KERRIELYNN719,

I have had the Garmin 210, 405 and currently have the 610. I think any model you get will be a great option, it just depends on how much data you want to collect and how much money you want to spend. The 610 is still pretty pricey, although I have seen the 405 come in under $200 (not too sure if that includes the HRM) but the foot pod is always an added cost regardless of the monitor you select.

Coach Nancy

KERRIELYNN719 SparkPoints: (22,681)
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12/29/12 11:40 P


I'm relatively new to running, and trying to find some motivation and a way to analyze my runs. A family members owns a garmin watch from a few years ago. I tried it out and really liked it.

I know I don't need all the bells and whistles. I've been investigating their website and don't really know what me to pick.

I really like the garmin forerunner 210 because it can come with a heart rate monitor and the foot pod. I need that for the winters here when being on the road is seriously unsafe.

Does anyone own one of their watches or have any ideas on it?

Any advice would be appreciated!


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