The Garmin 910XT is a vary versatile GPS with many great features!
9 April 2014
Summary: This GPS watch is awesome! I bought it to replace my 8 year old Garmin 350. Battery life is fantastic and I really like being able to download my runs wirelessly. Although I don't plan on doing triathlons it's nice to know I have the option. The price is a bit steep however hopefully it will last many years like my previous one. I am very happy with my purchase.
A must-have if you want to keep track of your progress
Chris Lissner, Amazon
19 March 2014
Summary: This watch is very powerful, and takes some time to set up properly. That said there are numerous ways to set it up so that everything one would care about can be tracked. It downloads to both Garmin and Wahoo, from Wahoo you can send the data just about anywhere. It would be nice if it would directly link to mobile devices via Bluetooth like the Garmin 510, perhaps it will come in the next version.
Summary: My last garmin was a great watch. 10 years later (and at twice the price) this blows the old one away. Long battery life, TONS of data. Swim mode is excellent. Foot pod and cadence are nice for cycling. No complaints.
Summary: Signed up for my first Triathlon this Spring. With both Strava and Garmin Connect, I'm able to track my training progress including pool lap swimming. Lots of data choices to pick from, with up to 4 at a time. With the bike mount and wrist mount, it is easy to switch off the bike to the run. With the heart rate monitor, I can track my effort along with my speed.
This is hands down the best device for multi-sport athletes.
5 March 2014
Summary: I bought this Garmin model because I need something that can track all of my triathlon training. This device does that very well. It's easy to use and it does an extraordinary job outdoors. My only complaint would be that during the off season, I have to train indoors quite a bit and this is the only place the 910XT falls short. This is especially true in the pool. It sometimes doubles my length times when it loses track of where I'm at.