“You don’t need massive budgets with posh heat champers and six sports scientists (Bret Sutton taught me that) Just a tumble dryer, a wet towel, and a CompuTrainer.”
Hi, Ray.I buying my first don’t think I fit in any of your caiteorges, and like an Anonymous that wrote in January im missing a recommendation for the WATCH that’s best for cycling(combined with running).I stand between the 610, RXC5 and perhaps 910(drawback is sice), and would like your view on witch is better. The most important for me is HR/time and speed/distance(for cycling only). Since i don’t want to use a speed sensor(or should I get one?) I want the GPS-device that is the most accurate(regarding speed).As you can see I don’t need the most advanced watch, but I don’t mind paying extra for cool gadets(barometric altimeter is tempting) since the price difference between the 3 watches doesn’t matter.If you don’t answer me personally I guess many people would like your input on the best running/cycling-watch.Cheers, Bekks.
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