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Secure the New Balance GPS Runner Watch around your wrist and monitor your pace while en-route to crushing your old personal bests on the trail or the road. At first glance this watch might see too small and compact to feature GPS tracking, but appearances can be deceiving. Satellite-based GPS monitors your speed, distance, and pace so you can track your stats in real-time, and the multi-view display lets you customize the information you see. As an added bonus the Runner has an auto-lap function that takes basic lap functionality to the next level, allowing you to pick a set distance and automatically record a lap once that distance has elapsed. A more compact alternative to competitor's bulky GPS-watch offerings, the Runner expands the information you have to work with when you're honing your performance on your feet or on your bike.

  • GPS functionality uses satellite-based tracking to record speed and distance and then calculate and display your pace and/or calories burned
  • GPS function can be disabled to conserve battery life when inside or out of reach of satellites
  • Customizable information interface gives you the power to display the data you want to see and eliminate the rest
  • 30-run memory with data recall lets you store your personal bests, and mark times to improve on
  • Auto-Lap feature allows you to pick a set distance and automatically record a lap once that distance has elapsed with a limit up to 3,000 laps
  • Dual time zones let you easily synch with your race destination
  • Basic time and alarm displays are available with a quick push of a button
  • Watch uses simple USB-charging interface to ensure you always have enough juice for the run
  • Editor's note: the USB cable does not transfer data, so you can't upload your workout to an online training log or plot your run on a map
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Why No Lat/Lon???

    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!

    Highly recommended GPS Watch

      I am new to running, so this is the first GPS watch I have ever purchased. It was pretty easy getting set up and the functions are exactly what I was looking for. I would strongly recommend this watch to anyone looking for a good GPS watch.

      does this watch offer "live pace"? I want...

      does this watch offer "live pace"? I want to know what my pace is at the moment i look at the watch, not an average.

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      Need the USB charger-lost it Could you...

      Need the USB charger-lost it

      Could you please help me or tell me how to charge the battery?

      how long is the battery life? (fully...

      how long is the battery life? (fully charged, how long will the watch stay on for before it dies)

      Do you have a watch: 1) that displays...

      Do you have a watch:
      1) that displays position - Lat Long
      2) Compass and bearing
      3) Speed in MPH and/or ft/sec
      4) altimeter based upon Satellite