I like it alot. I don't use it except for racing and some rides before.
A good value if you can get them on sale or clearance priced. Would be nice if they would last a bit longer.
This seems to be a reasonable priced, full featured heart rate monitor. Time will tell ho it hold up but based on construction I would say it will do just fine.
Worked well for the first year, then quit, apparently a common problem.
Wouldn't race without it.
All in all not a bad package for the price.
Overall a very good product, I'm very happy with it.
Good value and fast... plus is it good looking.
Overall, I'd recommend the Nike Plus, particularly to beginners or those in need of extra motivation. I found the Nike Plus Challenges very beneficial in getting me to keep up with my goals.
Good product, but they need to come up with a solution to the yellow sponge thing.
Would not recommend to people interested in a serious running shoe.
With many hybirds ( shoes or bikes) you seem to get the worst of both worlds. An item not really suited for anything. Not true with the Brooks ASR's they handled mud sand gravel hills roots and asphault very well.
I've read a lot of bad reviews for this product that I attribute to operator error. (Norman Stadler uses this exact model...if it really sucked as bad as these other reviewers say, would a pro Ironman champion with unlimited funds use this? Come on now). Yes, if you fill it all the way to the absolute top of the bottle you will get your drink all over you. So leave some room at the top...my training route has some very rough roads and train tracks, and I have never spilled a drop of fluid. The comment about the straw not being long enough is easily solved by attaching the desired length of vinyl tubing, available at any hardware store. I love this thing & recommend it. I will say the negative comments about the sponge are spot on, though - that thing is ridiculous.
I have an upgraded race mtn bike now, but I still love this bike!
I have purchased four different pairs of this shoe. I went over 2 years without being able to find a shoe that my feet and body liked. I finally stopped in at a speciality running store and tried on nearly a dozen different shoes before settling on the Kayanos. Since then I haven't changed models at all. I do ALL my training runs and have raced every distance in them without problems.
I have now trained with mine for over 9 months and also raced an HIM, IM and several other tris while wearing it. I enjoy the GPS function, though I don't use it as much as I should. The 305 has so many different functions that one will probably never utilize everything (e.g. auto partner, alerts, auto timed laps). However, I enjoy the comfort of knowing that if I wanted, I could upload a map and having something like directions on the 305. To me the possibilities are nearly endless with this product.