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Training watches have been around since the dawn of time, or people who exercise have measured their performance with a very long time. While there has been a rapid implementation of smart features in the other world of things, so has training watches have not been as sexy. Sure heart rate monitoring has been around a long time and there has been some testing with GPS functions and now it has started to happen. In addition to the aforementioned functions are planning and evaluation of training is increasingly developed by several manufacturers. To further tie users to their social functions become increasingly common.
Models we tested come from Nike, Suunto, Polar and Garmin. There are watches that are very different from each other, the common denominator is that all watches are using GPS. Should I be honest it's not just training watches, but little training computers and test models can be far more things than we've tested. But for it to be an interesting test as possible for you readers, we have focused on running and use during your workout, it's something that most people use their bell. Alongside it we'll write a little about producers' services for the processing of your training results when it is important when choosing a watch. They have different battery life depending on whether you have GPS enabled, if you use it as a watch and so on, but during our tests, battery never a problem and therefore we have not included this in the assessment, either.