- Best GPS for running (and a bike)
Likewise. I have had the 310XT for a couple of years now and the only thing I do not like about it, well apart from Garmin’s occasionally self destructing software/firmware, is the chunkyness. The 910XT is a bit slimmer, but not worth the extra just for that.
Unfortunately, you have missed Amazon’s Xmas sales, where the 310XT + HRM was £150. Cheapest I have seen of late is at Handtec.
I do wish Garmin had a viable competitor though. It would drive prices down, and innovations up.Posted 5 years agoconvertSubscriber
I’ve got a 910xt and like it – but then again I do a lot of swimming so it’s worth the difference from the 310. I don’t rate the navigation aspect though. If navigation is your thing a smartphone app and waterproof case maybe a better bet. My Iphone lives in a lifeproof case which slots into an arm belt thingy for running or bike mount. On a route I know it just stays out of the way in my back pocket or at home.Posted 5 years agopetrieboyMember
I just got a 310xt from handtec last week. £166 delivered for the watch and HRM. Refurb unit but unmarked.Posted 5 years ago
Really impressed so far. Not used it for navigation yet but I sometimes use my old garmin edge 305 to do that and find that fine or my needs (I just drop waypoints at junctions in the trail)
The 310xt does os grid ref which was always the key missing functionality from the 305.
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