My first GPS watch has no direct comparison. Very pleased with the clock itself, however, has Movescount-side part to be desired. The key lock had been happy to be difficult to reach, even if I did not managed to turn it inadvertently yet.
Fast GPS contact
Quick contact with Chestbelt
Try rugged design and easy
Good to be able to customize what you want to see in the windows during training.
Good to set the accuracy of GPS intervals to save power. (Longer hikes need not as accurate GPS to measure speed. More importantly for running distances)
Excellent battery life.
Good sync with the app Movescount.
Only GPS and no support for Glonas (Do not, however, marked by poor satellite connection - on the contrary, think the clock works fine)
Then maybe the time will be larger and more gps support is built.
Chose this time in front of the Garmin because tests showed that Suunto will find gps faster and Suunto are prettier.
Use the watch daily. Although I do not practice. I felt great in the beginning because the gps but you get used to.
Runkeeper mobile in all its glory but it is nicer to be able to measure your workout in a watch that is easier to carry around during the session. In addition, the battery is much more durable at the clock during long trainings such as trekking because GPS settings.