Running Watch Reviews For 2019

Do you want to find the best running watches for your fitness schedule? Gadget Review offers running watch reviews for all types of wearables, from the simplest fitness bands to the most complex smart watches. Yes, you can use the latest apps on an Apple Watch to help track running, but do you really need to spend that much money if all you want is quality step and calorie tracking? Likewise, some fitness and GPS watches may be too heavy for you to comfortably use – the best running watches are lightweight and easy to wear, but also offer a full sweet of features.

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7 Heart Pumping Features of the TomTom Runner Cardio GPS Watch (list)

7 Heart Pumping Features of the TomTom Runner Cardio GPS Watch (list)

If you’re a fitness freak,  you already know the importance of tracking your heart rate, right? For those who aren’t as fitness savvy, a heart rate monitor lets you know how your body responds to any physical activity and if you want to burn calories and fat, knowing what your heart…
The Garmin D2 Pilot Watch Puts Complicated Avionics On Your Wrist

The Garmin D2 Pilot Watch Puts Complicated Avionics On Your Wrist

There’s nothing scarier, to a pilot, than when the navigation goes out on an airplane. Being on something that’s not supposed to be in the air, flying really fast, and having no idea where you’re going is not a great combination. Fortunately, Garmin now sells a watch that doubles as…
Suunto Ambit2 S Review

Suunto Ambit2 S Review

I don’t fancy myself much of an athlete.  By the very nature of my job I spend a good chunk of my day sitting.  Fortunately, the space I’m now in offers standing desks.  A treadmill desk would be less practical, but more beneficial to my over all health.  But for…
TomTom Unveils New GPS Watches with One Button Control, Runner and Multi-Sport

TomTom Unveils New GPS Watches with One Button Control, Runner and Multi-Sport

Today, TomTom unveiled what they’re claiming to be the industry’s first one-button control GPS Sports watches, the TomTom Runner and TomTom Multi-Sport . It’s been a while since I heard from TomTom, and ever since Google released free turn-by-turn maps app for both Android and iPhone I had written them off.  Looks…
Garmin fēnix Rugged Outdoor Watch Will Keep You Alive

Garmin fēnix Rugged Outdoor Watch Will Keep You Alive

Garmin’s line of Forerunner GPS watches have long catered to those that can’t bear to sit on the couch, and instead prefer to spend their time laying foot to trail, or swimming laps in the Pacific ocean.   In fact, triathletes and marathoners might be the bread and butter of the company,…
Garmin Swim Monitors Laps so You Don’t Have to

Garmin Swim Monitors Laps so You Don’t Have to

Garmin has long provided workout data to runners and just about any one that performs rigorous (or not) excercise on land. But one category they’ve long failed to cover, is those that submerge themselves in that cool liquid called water, better known as a pool.  That is until now. The Garmin…
Suunto Core Alu Watch

Suunto Core Alu Watch

We’ve been under the assumption that Timex’s Tide Compass watch was the only time piece we’d ever need for our outdoor excursions.  After all, it measures the water and air temperature, tells you when the tide is rolling in and where magnetic North lay thanks to the built-in compass.  Boy…
Garmin’s Approach S3 Touchscreen GPS Golf Watch (video)

Garmin’s Approach S3 Touchscreen GPS Golf Watch (video)

[GR]N_cLxtp-I3w[/GR] Garmin announced its new Approach S3 touchscreen GPS golf watch that’s sleek enough to wear everyday, while coming in very handy on your next golf trip. The stylish, rugged and waterproof, high-resolution glove-friendly touchscreen watch from Garmin comes preloaded with 27,000 worldwide golf courses, with more being added, all…
Garmin Forerunner 610 Review

Garmin Forerunner 610 Review

It’s an understatement, but Garmin’s Forerunner GPS watches boast a vast breadth of features.  Fold in their Connect service which takes your workouts social and you’ve got a product with unrivaled info that can take any athlete to the next level.  So it was only logical that the next evolutionary…
Garmin Forerunner 910XT

Garmin Forerunner 910XT

Garmin’s line of Forerunner products has long been the choice of athletes across the globe.  They track just about every stat an exercise fanatic would like to know, such as heart rate, distance, speed, calories burned and more.  But triathletes, those who not only bike and run, also swim, and…
Garmin Edge 200 Cycling Computer Costs just $150, Appeals to Budget Riders

Garmin Edge 200 Cycling Computer Costs just $150, Appeals to Budget Riders

Garmin’s no stranger to the cycling world, which can be attested to by the release of the Edge 500 and 800.  However, both of those options are pricey, costing $250 and 450 respectively.  So the budget minded cyclist, the one that simply can’t justify spending a few thousand on a…
Garmin Intros Forerunner 610 Touchscreen Fitness Watch, Costs $350

Garmin Intros Forerunner 610 Touchscreen Fitness Watch, Costs $350

Garmin unveiled their next flagship GPS fitness watch today, the Forerunner 610.  Like their previous fitness watches, the 610 includes auto lap, pace, heart rate, distance and time.  Runners can modify the screen to show up to 4 of these stats at any given time, or cycle through info by…
Garmin Forerunner 210 GPS Watch Review

Garmin Forerunner 210 GPS Watch Review

[rating:4/5] Pros: Easy to use interface Light weight and stylish enough to wear daily Includes heart rate monitor Cons: No manual disengage option of GPS function Battery life is somewhat questionable for everyday use Charging isn’t a simple plug in and walk away affair The Forerunner 210 is a relatively…
Garmin Approach S1 Golf Watch Keeps Tabs So You Don’t Have To (video)

Garmin Approach S1 Golf Watch Keeps Tabs So You Don’t Have To (video)

New to golf?  If so you’ll inevitably struggle with not only the mechanics of the game, but what club to choose for each appropriate hole.  Enter the Garmin Approach S1 golf GPS watch.  Aside from acting as an everyday watch with alarm and auto time zone detection, it includes info…
Garmin Intros Forerunner 210 And 410, Daily GPS Watches

Garmin Intros Forerunner 210 And 410, Daily GPS Watches

Today, Garmin expanded their line of GPS watches and introduced the Forerunner 410 and 210. As you’d assume, both track cadence, pace, distance, calories burned, heart rate and route.  When finished you can upload the data wirelessly using the ANT+ technology, which is transmitted to an included USB stick that…

Learn More About Running Watches

Common names in the market include Magellan and Garmin as well as Apple, Misfit, and Pebble. However, the more complex running watches tend to be most useful if you love to run on trails or find new, exciting routes through your town or city. If you spend most of your running time at the gym, then all you may need is a simpler running watch that tracks calories burned, steps taken, and other important information. However, don't underestimate a good sleep tracker ability, too! For more data on which watch to choose, Gadget Review is here to help!

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