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Garmin Forerunner 920XT Bundle

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    When you need all the info, all the time.

    Designed to be fully compatible with a heartrate monitor and power meter, the 920XT is just as impressive when used as a standalone training partner. It measures sleep and calories burned, so you can calculate your base metabolic needs. Added to that, it counts swim strokes, drills, and distance for laps. It even features a metronome that helps you to keep your stroke or cadence at your optimal speed, for those days when your mom isn’t following you blowing a whistle.

    When paired with the included HRM-Run heartrate monitor and/or an optional power meter, the 920XT jumps to the next level of “wow.” Not only will it estimate VO2, it even has the ability to know how long your feet stay on the ground during your run to assist with running form metrics. If that isn’t smart, what is? Using any of Garmin’s ANT+ power meters, you’re able to receive the full list of power metrics through the 920XT. The Garmin 920XT also has smart alerts for emails and texts so you can seem like you’re working when you’re really getting in that second run.

    The 920XT weights a mere 61 grams, and given all the features, we think that’s pretty impressive. The battery lasts up to 24 hours in training mode and 40 in UltraTrac mode. And of course, it also has a standard watch mode.

    Outside of all the features you can possible use in training, Garmin also is a part of the virtual world of Garmin Connect. The 920XT connects via a smartphone app, computer or even wirelessly. It uploads your workout files and allows you to track your training and compare data with friends. It also is compatible with the Russian GLONASS system so you won’t get lost if you’re ever on a long run in Siberia.

    • Altimeter, heartrate monitor, speedometer, odometer, time, cadence, run metrics, sleep metrics, email, and text alerts
    • ANT+ Compatible for heartrate and power meters
    • GPS, GLONASS
    • Works with Garmin Connect
    • Item #GRM003O

    Tech Specs

    Altimeter
    yes, barometric
    Heart Rate Monitor
    yes, HRM-Run
    Speedometer Functions
    current, average, maximum
    Chronograph
    no
    Bike Memory
    multiple profiles
    Wireless
    yes, Ant+
    Cadence
    yes, step, swim stroke
    Odometer Type(s)
    trip, total
    Clock
    yes
    Mount Type
    wrist
    Battery Type
    rechargeable lithium-ion
    Recommended Use
    cycling, running, swimming, triathlon
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Wear it Every Day

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    I've worn this watch every day since Christmas '14 - to work (professional job), casually, to bed, and for exercise. It has held up well with no scratches or visible wear fatigue. Likewise, the battery remains robust without rapid drain/fatigue - I will usually charge once a week, which is also stupid fast. This is my first Garmin, having previously owned Polar products for the past 13 years. Each evolution has been an improvement and this one is the best yet.
    Activity/exercise use: I've used it for running (up to 26.2), biking (road and trail up to 4hrs), swimming (open water and pool), hiking (backcountry, primitive up to 3d), and kayaking.
    The Good: accurate GPS for everything but the kayaking (odd - not sure why the difference). Easy wireless download of the activity automatically via garmin app on iPhone. My wife can keep up with my whereabouts via 'LiveTrack' using the same app - this means I need to have my phone with me, but I always do anyway. Comfortable. Easy to navigate and somewhat customizable display screens.

    The Cool: step counter, sleep tracker, and triathlon mode.

    The annoying: no user configurable modes other than the triathlon-specific ones included (though they do work well). I would like a mode for hiking, kayaking, fitness training, etc. Also, the pool mode for swimming is limited to a pool length of 18 yards - less than ideal for my pool that is 15 yards long. Also, no accomodation for swimming with a current generator. The band strap frequently comes loose and flaps, especially with swimming. Occasionally, the bluetooth pairing with my phone is lost (usually after charging) and it takes awhile to reconnect. When changing time zones, there is lag in reflecting the current time of the zone I am in - this is usually corrected by starting an activity (run/bike/swim) with the phone paired.

    This is a brief review of my use of the 920XT for the past 11 months. As with any device, you will quickly find its limits as I have with this one. Overall though, I love it and still wear it every day.

    What's in the bundle ?

    I want to buy Garmin Forerunner 920XT Bundle, Red/White (item#: GRM0030). The problem is that a small number of Forerunner 920XT devices had reduced water resistance and or battery performance issues. These issues affect Forerunner 920XT watches within the serial number ranges indicated in the link below.



    https://forums.garmin.com/showthread.php?163284-Forerunner-920XT-Replacement-Program



    Is any of the 920XT in your inventory within the serial number ranges?