Timex’s Personal Training GPS Smartwatch Was Made For Triathletes

Feb 28, 2020

Category: Tech

Smartwatch technology is finally at the point where it is both approachable and accessible for just about everyone. In fact, nowadays it seems like there’s an option for everyone from teachers to triathletes. It’s the latter group that we’re concerned with today, as Timex has just unveiled their Ironman R300 GPS smartwatch.

With a name like Ironman attached, you’d think this high-tech timepiece is loaded to the gills with athletic-focused features. And you’d be exactly right, as the watch comes equipped with things like onboard phone-free GPS navigation, a continuous heart rate monitor, guided coaching, and even a 24/7 activity monitor — which tracks things like distance traveled, steps taken, calories burned, and even sleep quality. As if that’s not enough, the thing is also water-resistant to 30 meters, has a battery that’s good for up to 25 days, and even has Bluetooth connectivity for getting notifications sent directly to the watch. Available in a trio of colors, this triathlete smartwatch is set at $120.

Purchase: $120

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