If it lasted more than a year and a half it would be worth it
Michael A. Marshall, Amazon
20 January 2015
Summary: If it lasted more than a year and a half it would be worth it. The 910xt was an ambitious product with a lot of features. However, those features slowly started failing until the device just stopped altogether.
Summary: I recently learned how to swim and wanted to compete in triathlons. I figured the 910 would be a great upgrade since it is waterproof. I have owned it for about 9 months and I seem to have issue after issue.
Summary: Ok, I wanted to LOVE this watch. I really did. I'm not only a runner, but a triathlete as well. I wanted an attractive (forget the Grey/Orange of the FR310XT), slimmer fit, GPS watch that not only could be worn while swimming (either open water or pool) and give useful data, but do pretty much...
Summary: it is sad that this product has an issue which i have not heard of or experienced in any of the older models, have been using the 305 for over 2 years now, loved it, just needed something with more battery power.had heard this issue exists in this model but i am surprised that it has not been...
Summary: Watch worked good for 2 months, I loved it and thought there was no better product to match it. Then problems started..would lose GPS tracking on the biking, therefore not keeping accurate workouts.. this I know can happen..but, poor support policies are no excuse..
Summary: For biking and running I have no complaints. The first time I took into pool for swimming, it came out with the face full of water. You pay a lot of money specifically for the waterproofing and it is the one thing that failed me.
Summary: I bought this GPS watch for use on trail running. I am really dissapointed with it. The barometric elevation system is a crap (even with firmware v2.4). I tested it on hills and during a moutain race (42 Km). It gives me about 5 to 10% of more distance than others GPS watches.
Lots of features, painful to use, Garmin is missing the boat with smart watches
Olaf V., Amazon
20 March 2015
Summary: Lots of features, you read about them above. The interface and user configuration is painful. scroll endlessly through options. Why not allow the user to do this onscreen of the computer? as a standalone its ok, good if you race.
Summary: I bought this product on the world famous day "Black Friday" at what I thought was a steal of a price after looking to buy a GPS watch for a few months. With the brand of Garmin I thought I couldn't go wrong.