"I was torn between the Suunto Core and this Casio Protrek. On paper the specs between the two watches are pretty similar.
But once you check them out in person, there is no contest. The Casio is"... (read full reviews)
"Comfortable strap, non-obtrusive body and light weight. It's handsome, well made and easy to read. After one and a half years of constant use I still haven't managed to scratch the crystal. As a"... (read full reviews)
"I bought this watch 3-4 months ago and wear it daily. Everything works great as advertised, zero issues with it's performance. I found a lot of reviews complaining about the black background screen"... (read full reviews)
"I have been waiting for this watch to be available at my local MEC. It is a chunky watch, which is what I wanted. It has many features that I will use and master in time.
This watch will take a"... (read full reviews)
"Picks up the ANT+ signal from my Garmin speed/cadence sensor and my Garmin HR monitor - great for use with a laptop and software like TrainerRoad to get live cycling-training info."... (read full reviews)
"Very light watch and very soft band. I love the look of this watch on my wrist. I have had this for about a month now and I do just about everything with it. I always wanted to have a watch to be"... (read full reviews)
"This is my first GPS watch, and I have been using it primarily to train for an upcoming marathon, as well as for hiking, swimming, and biking. As a lady with small wrists (I have been using a child's"... (read full reviews)
"This is a great watch, I had lots of casio watches but this is the first no-battery one. Although these with batteries last for more than 5 yrs (models that I've had), having a solar no-baterry needed"... (read full reviews)
"I just recently preordered and received my Suunto Ambit 2 R after immense research and reading a review on a site that reviews mainly fitness watches. So overall for the past week that I have used"... (read full reviews)
"I spent many geek hours looking online. I was sure that I wanted a Momentum watch because they're Canadian, well built and have a clean style. I wanted something classic that was durable.
These days"... (read full reviews)
"I use a garmin310xt for this very solid footpod. It is a relatively small two piece unit, with one piece that looks like a cradle slides underneath the laces and the transponder piece snaps into it."... (read full reviews)
"This sensor is sold under the Timex, Wahoo Fitness, and B'twin brands (and probably others as well)...
I've been using mine for two months now in conjunction with a Garmin Edge 500 and a WahooFitness"... (read full reviews)
"This item is a must for owners of suunto. It enables the watch to upload workout information directly to the movescount.com website. Never had a problem connecting the watch to it, very simple"... (read full reviews)
"this is a must if it's compatible to your watch.
Had this for over a year and haven't needed to replace the battery. It turns off after not being used in case you forget!
Comes with two clamps, which"... (read full reviews)
"I was already using the GPS pod, but found it often dropped the signal. After installing the Road Bike POD I am stoked with how easy this is to install, and how reliable the signal is. Because its"... (read full reviews)
"Fits comfortably and paired easily with my garmin 910 xt. I choose this over the premium strap for 2 reasons it was in stock at my local store and the poor reviews on the premium model. Also like the"... (read full reviews)
"I've been using my ambit for about a year and a half and it hasn't let me down yet. Previously I've owned the suunto observer, t6c, and t6d - all great watches but the Amir really shines with the ant+"... (read full reviews)
"Bought this a few days ago to start monitoring my heart rate during long cycling rides. In my case, it connects with my Garmin Edge 500 to provide realtime heart-rate data, but it can also be used as"... (read full reviews)