Sport watches have more functions than ordinary watches and are necessary for everyone. In terms of form, its beautiful shape is worthy of being a decoration for every consumer, becoming a show-off capital, a symbol of avant-garde. This GPS Watch With HRM For Running And Cycling is a type of watch that people can wear in various sports and have the functions required for one or several professional sports. It requires an auxiliary guiding significance for the environment and the process of walking. More specifically, a sports watch is an instrument, not just a watch, it should be a portable outdoor instrument with a watch.
MG353 Sports GPS Watch support heart rate monitor (GPS info / speed / compass / time elapsed / altimeter / barometer / odometer / pedometer / calories / distance / stopwatch / hrm / ant+sensor data and so all)
Waterproof: IPX-7, 5ATM
80×80 FSTN, Circular display:
Li-polymer Battery (280mAh),
Battery life: 7days(watch mode), 8hr(GPS mode)
The electronic compass function has azimuth tracking, azimuth indication, north-south indicator, etc., so even in an unfamiliar area, you can find the right direction without worrying about getting lost.
The step counting function can record the number of steps, speed and distance of the athlete at any time, and cooperate with the training function, which can effectively prevent the athlete from improperly injuring the body, so that the athlete can grasp his or her physical condition at any time, so that the transceiver can be sent to the best. Exercise effect.
GPS Watch With HRM For Running And Cycling has a training plan function, especially for running people, training plan and training intensity function can keep you the frequency and intensity of science during exercise, and ensure the expected exercise under the premise of healthy exercise. purpose.
At present, many sports watches on the market have added record storage functions, and some products can even store 2 months of motion data information. This allows the athlete to accurately grasp the frequency of his or her own movements, so as to better organize the rhythm of the exercise.