This is the watch for you who exercise a lot. It's not for someone driving sometimes. Then you can instead buy "polar loop". It provides activity data and it is enough for all of you who trains at times.
For those of you who train but not serious in training, there V400 instead. It gives you a little less data but enough that most people will be happy.
Then we have the V800 is complete. It gives info on how the body has been loaded and everything in between. For those of you who are at Elite then this clock. There is much data to go through to max out your workout and provides great feedback on the most part.
Easy to use.
Easy to synca // Mobile + PC.
Much data that it processes.
Good quality on the clock
Good battery life
A little too big! Can it be about 20% smaller then it would be fine.
Heavy. It feels that it has the Pasig so to speak.
A watch that is made for those who really are training and are interested in a lot of data. For those of you who are not gadget mad or not practice a lot with chest strap, there are other solutions. For my part, it is a new step in the training anyway when I myself almost uniformly have chest strap.
I decided to take my training to the next level. So I decided to buy a multifunction clock .. But since there was a plethora of watches? Garmin, Polar, Suunto &.
After much reading, I came to this.
Garmin is superior when it comes to GPS and pure running. (Eg Garmin 220 & 620)
Polar is good at doing cool multisport watches
Suunto is a truly tri-athlon clock. But personally I think they look a little dull.
Now I have had my V800 for a week ..
6 mil running and about half as much cycling (commuting)
-Many Great features
-Good & Fun software
-Good Functions for most sports both indoor & outdoor
-Feedback On your training
-It Is not possible to have the display illuminated all the time. As you run you in the dark, you get either tap the display or press a button to see the numbers. Personally, I would not need to drop handlebars on a mountain bike trail to get the lights to light up. But it is a habit.
-Very Features so it may take some time to get going with everything. I recommend that you sit an hour and buttons around the menus in order to understand better.
So I would recommend this watch to anyone else? Yes, absolutely!
The time has far more features than a hobby jogger ever need. But it is cool! And is it a prylbög you should definitely hit!