I've used the 301 and 305 series in monsoons before and they've been fine. The waterproof thing means that it's rated for being totally submerged in water (like when you swim).
I had a long chat with the Garmin rep a couple of weeks ago and I'm still not convinced of the relative merits of the 310 vs. the 305. I can do the "one button sport change" thing on my 301 and I know it can be done on the 305. Apart from the submergence thing, the only other major difference between the 305 and the 310 is calculating HR zones (8-10 instead of 5) and calories (now takes into account HR, but I have major concerns about that too).
Multisporters should definitely stay away from the 405, that's running only.
Edited by: WONGERCHI at: 6/5/2009 (16:44)
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