Saturday, October 29, 2011

Runner's Watch List

Running experts suggest that before we buy any watch for casual running or for serious training, we consider a watch that measures and records - speed, distance and time.

My running attire and paraphernalia are almost complete except for the hydration pack that I shall be buying after this post and the runner's watch at budget - friendly price tag.

I managed to research on commercial runner's watch that offer various data like the heart rate, burned calories, distance, pacing among others.

The following are the options you can consider for a runner's watch:

Timex Ironman that shows lap and speed at less expensive rate;
Garmin Forerunner 305 or 405 for wider features like GPS and data transmission but at more expensive price;
Polar RS800CX for complete and ideal runner's choice but way too expensive;