Until I started training for triathlons, the most sophisticated watch I owned did little more than tell time. As I got more serious about the sport, I started to run longer distances for Ironman races, and began integrating heart rate into my workouts. I knew I needed an upgrade to get me to the next level.
That’s why I was happy to be able to test the latest GPS watches to see how they stacked up while I swam, biked and ran. The $450 Garmin Forerunner 920XT proved to be the best: not only was it the fastest to connect to a GPS signal, it also delivered the most comprehensive data in an easy-to-use interface. Plus, this watch has a lot of enticing extras, such as Wi-Fi syncing. Here’s why the Garmin 920XT deserves to be at the top of the podium.
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