Summary: This watch is junk. I had an earlier one which was about 8 months old which I threw away. I bought a new one on 7/22/15 thinking odds are it would be ok. Same problem. The watch memory fills up fast and runs cannot be deleted to make room for new runs.
Summary: Dont buy this watch! Especially from the seller! Bought this watch and upon charging the battery meter immediately shows 90% and then just after a few minutes it shows 100% full. I charge it for 4 hours as instructed in the manual but after just 5 minitusbof tinkering the watch it immediately died..
Summary: Watch is still laying in my bedroom since December.It was a Christmas gift.I only charged it twice but I just couldn't get it to work.A manual came with it but had to go to You Tube to watch how it works and still couldn't make it work.I am not tech-savy so maybe it's just me.I like the watch,it's...
Great for the price. Not entirely great for my purposes.
Nicole L. Summy, Amazon
28 January 2015
Summary: Pros: round shape makes it move through water really smoothly...hardly know it's there. works good for counting laps in the pool. so far, seems totally waterproof. really nice for keeping track of mileage while hiking.
Summary: The watch works. I use it for running and the overall pace it gives is accurate. I have tested against the GPS on my phone and by running on a track. The biggest drawback is that when you change your running pace, the watch will take about a minute to reflect your new pace.
GPS is picked up almost instantly with the Garmin and the numbers are large and clear enough to be easily read.
Keith J. Karnok, Amazon
9 November 2014
Summary: If a person had no experience or comparison with other sport watches (GPS, stopwatch, etc), maybe this watch would be okay. But I doubt it. I have a Garmin that cost about $20 more and it is light years ahead of this watch. The primary problem is it won't pick up a GPS signal.