Sports/Fitness

Magellan-Launches-Switch-Fitness-Watches

With the expanding interest in both wrist top computing and integrated fitness watches it is of little surprise that CES would be host to some interesting new product announcements. Magellan, widely known for their handheld and in-car GPS solutions, launched their Switch and Switch Up series of fitness watches in a pre-CES press release this past Friday. As you might imagine, the functionality of ...

Casio-Lady-G LWA-M140-7ACF

A review today of a women's watch from Casio's Baby-G series that does it all. The LWA-M140-7ACF is quite the powerhouse, packed into a casually-styled look that belies its inner geek: Tough solar power (the dial is a solar panel). 5-band atomic timekeeping (US, UK, Japan, Germany). Water resistant (depth...

Timex-Lap-Brights-Collection

Yesterday Timex announced a new collection of Ironman watches called "Lap Brights." Similar to the profusion of competitor G-Shocks, the Lap Brights have a competitive list of features: 30-lap memory. 100-hour stopwatch. Countdown timer. Alarm. Dual time zones. 200m (660ft) water resistant. Available in white (shown), yellow, violet, pink, blue,...

Suunto-X10m

Up for review today is the Suunto X10m, an improved version of the X9i I reviewed in 2007. It's a GPS watch with a long list of features that belie its understated appearance: GPS: Routes, waypoints, tracks, speed distance, 1 meter (3ft) resolution. Plan and visualize tracks on a PC...

The Nike+ SportBand

In January, we told you about the Nike Amp+ iPod watch which doubles as a remote control for your iPod Nano. Recently, Nike introduced the Nike+ SportBand which seems to be a variation on the theme with a slightly different focus. The SportBand answers the question "What if I don't...

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