Watch was pretty nice. It took some time to to learn to navigate through the menus. GPS finds satellites in a couple minutes and seemed accurate. What frustrates me is I'm trying to find a basic GPS runners watch that I can use as an everyday watch, running watch and for when I'm backpacking I can turn on the GPS, see my lat/lon coordinates and find my location on my paper map. Beware: I looked up the manual for this watch and the result I got was for a more expensive advanced watch that had waypoints with Lat/Lon coordinates. Someone please make a simple, accurate, durable and good looking runner's watch that displays coordinates please!
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