I love this watch for my everyday training. I have had no issues for either running or biking (w/speed and cadence sensors) training sessions. The only issue I have with this device is that if Garmin Express isn't working (fairly regular issue) there isn't a way to manually transfer data. The interface Garmin made to transfer via ANT+ is terrible.
Bought both of these items separately to use with my KK bike trainer. They paired easily and have worked since coming out of the box. No issues so far and they provide great data to my watch and computer running MaximumTrainer.
This is a pretty cheap, pretty good item to help with swim form. It produces muscle memory so you can have good arm position in your swim.
Great product for what I use it for, running, swimming and walking.
Despite it's short comings regarding the back ground of these two champions, the vast majority of the book was entertaining and easy to get lost in the race painted beautifully by the author. I ran 13 miles without thinking about it as I could see myself at Iron War while listening via audible book version.
I had seen these at the running store for $100, so when I saw them online for half that, I jumped on them. I believe that I'll be happy with them. The shoemaker is certainly a niche market company, but they may very well be onto something. The difference in these shoes is the "cloud pillows" that are on the soles of the shoes. Basically, they look like someone attched small circles of garden hose to the soles of the shoes, which is what I had heard was the original idea behind them. The claim seems to be that the circles provide a good deal of cushion to the shoe and in my out of the box walk test, this really proved to be true. I was a bit concerned that I'd be losing some "road feel" and while this might be true for some folks, for this heelstriker they provide a comfort level that I haven't had in any other trainer. I rather doubt that I'll be racing in them, but as an everyday trainer, they hit the nail right on the head. If you are searching for something that looks a bit different and provides a comfortable and cushioned foot fall, these should be part of your search.
I am a huge and unapologetic Felt fan. That being said, I love this bike! While researching Tri bikes, I almost switched to the Guru, but when I compared the bikes side by side I just couldn't justify the extra cost. In the end, I'm so glad I stuck with my original feeling and went Felt. There really is no comparison of the value you get for the cost.
Felt makes a great bike that handles smoothly, is very comfortable and easy to adjust to get a great fit!
This is my first-ever tri bike as a beginner triathlete and has enabled me to progress rapidly in this passion that I hold.
overall it has been a great first road bike and I will be using it to transition into competing in my first triathlon.
Still love these shoes though I can't wait till they find a way to make the tread last longer.
The logo on the pack isn't gigantic so to me looks great.
My wife picked this watch and HRM set for me as a Christmas gift. It's been the best piece of training equipment I've gotten yet. I also combine it with my speed/cadence sensor for rides, and footpod for treadmill runs. Does everything I need a multi-sport watch to do so far.
Overall, I've enjoyed the several months I've had on the Cobb Randee. While it's still not my ideal saddle, it's been good to me and I'd definitely will come back to it if I can't find that "golden saddle."
so far I really like the Power2max unit. I bought it with rotor crankset for my latest Tri bike. Seams very accurate compared to Computrainer. Easy to calibrate.....just let it sit there. Seams to be a very good value.
Love it - when it dies I'll buy another one.