Sports Watches: The Group Test
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With the summer fast approaching and the London marathon getting us in the mood, it's time to don those shoes and hit the graveled track. Baring that in mind these GPS enabled watches can track your route, pace and vital statistics and are easy to check whilst running. The best of them are also stacked with online features, allowing you to track your progress and compare with fellow runners around the world.
Timex Iron Man Global Trainer
Love: Multi-sport features
Hate: Complex setup. Poor GPS. Bulky. Buttons tricky to use while running
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Best: Tight budgets
Adidas Adistar GT
Love: Bright screen. Basic but effective features
Hate: Complicated setup, awkward controls. No GPS or online functions
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