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"the trick is to keep losing weight until your friends and family ask you if you've been sick. then you know you're within 10 pounds. if they start whispering to each other, wondering if you've got cancer or aids, you're within 5. when they actually do an intervention, you're at race weight." - Slowman
But, top each their own tons of phenomenal options out there.
"If you have a dream, pursue it as hard as you can. The world needs more of that." - Jordan Rapp
But i look forward to actually seeing one of these in the flesh... I wonder if it will be backwards compatible with 305 cadence sensors...
Run like you stole something
Formerly Fueled by ZYM
bike speed- check
running speed- check
Swim proof- check
15 hour plus battery life- check
Can receive/record power info- check
IF the 310 can do all this then isn't it the "holy grail" of multisport watches?
I am unabashedly geeked out right now...
"When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro."
Hunter S. Thompson
I think the Polar WearLink strap is probably the way to go, but I don't have one yet.
I recently bought one here: http://www.hrmusainc.com/a-strap-wearlink.shtml
< $20 and free shipping.
Edited to add: I just got the replacement strap since I already had a WearLink transmitter. The whole thing is $55.
Our biggest challenge isnít someone else. Itís the ache in your lungs. The burning in your legs. And that voice in your head that yells ďCANíT,Ē but you donít listen. You just push harder. And then you hear that voice whisper, ďcanĒ and you discover that the person you thought you were is no match for the person you really are
I was just thinking the same thing. I'm building a custom CX bike right now and every time I turn around something gets more expensive. The $300 fork I wanted is no longer available, so I'm getting the $500 one... just tack this new Garmin onto the quickly-mounting list of expenses, i guess.
"Unless you have a ... GF who might put out that night and that night only ... skip it and race." - AndyPants 3-15-2007
The two major changes - double battery life and waterproof - were the no brainer changes.
I was really hoping the form factor would be improved. It still looks huge and clunky on the wrist. Less than the 305, sure, but still. I was hoping for something more along the 405 form, but without the bezel, and with all the new features.
Up in the air. Was hoping for something more (color, maps, etc.) or game changing. This is just evolutionary.
-- Aaron Davidson