A step counter is one thing, but if you’re serious about your fitness, say, on the triathlon-level of seriousness, you need a companion that’s ready to roll with you through a multitude of activities.
The Garmin Forerunner 920XT sport watch, a follow-up to the popular 910XT, is 15% lighter than its predecessor, and it does a ton of stuff that the 910 did, like knowing what type of stroke you were using as you swam, but also much more. Cyclists get your standard speed, distance, and duration, but also more stats on your cadence, heart rate, and power if hooked up with compatible sensors. Runners get readouts on their pace, distances, time, speed, and the like, but also, the built-in metronome with vibration and audible alerts will let you keep your cadence on track. Plus you can save, plan and share your activities, letting friends and family follow your progress (if they deserve it). [Purchase]
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