To date, GPS watches have been very pricey and complicated.
This leaves them usually unavailable to the average weekend warrior athlete.
Garmin has provided an easy-to-use, less expensive option by foregoing any Virtual Partner, pedal cadence device or power meters.
Garmin Forerunner 110: Main Features
As a GPS-enabled watch, the Garmin Forerunner 110 provides a satellite-based time and provide trustworthy speed and distance data.
The 110 features the all-new SIRF StarIV receiver that keeps satellite lock even in forests and near tall buildings.
Speed of movement, distance covered, heart rate, and heartrate-based calorie burn computations, all within a sleek and stylish watch with simple button operations.
Additional features of the Garmin Forerunner 110 include a rechargeable battery that holds a 6-8 hour charge in GPS functioning mode.
Garmin Forerunner 110: Design
Available for men or women, the Forerunner is available with a silver-gray strap that comes with an understated pink detail on one side for women, and a black strap that comes with a red detail on one side for men.
Garmin Forerunner 110: Compatibility
To keep data, the Forerunner is both PC and Mac compatible.
A chest strap serves as the heart rate sensor.
The Garmin is also ANT+ compatible, which means that the data features operate with other remote sensing equipment.
This allows for all participants within a race to be monitored by satellite for position, speed, and their heart rate can be monitored for safety. You won't have to deal with interference.
It allows amateur athletes and people who simply want a better workout to have a reliable way of monitoring their heart rate, calorie burning, and overall progress in speed and distance without having to fork out enormous amounts of money.