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2015-01-07 1:17 AM

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Subject: 910 vs 920 swim metrics
I'm using a 910 and noticing, in my swim, it's counting elapsed time to calculate my average pace. So if I do a set then talk to a coach for 3 minutes (pause Garmin), and repeat that 5 times, it's going to count 15 minutes worth of non-movement into my swim pace (see 910 screenshot).

I was looking at a friend's swim metrics and at the bottom I noticed there's more data (see the 920 screenshot). So what's the deal with the average pace? Is this a known issue with the 910?



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2015-01-07 12:16 PM
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Subject: RE: 910 vs 920 swim metrics

I have the 910 and mine shows moving time.  Not sure why yours doesn't.  Switch your Connect Garmin to classic view.  Do you see it there?  I'm still running Software 2.80.0.0.

2015-01-07 10:38 PM
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Subject: RE: 910 vs 920 swim metrics

I have the 920, and if I edit the file via the phone app, it messes up the time like you are showing in the first screen shot. If I don't touch the file and upload it normally it shows like the second screen shot.

2015-01-08 12:31 AM
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Subject: RE: 910 vs 920 swim metrics
Originally posted by GAUG3

I have the 910 and mine shows moving time.  Not sure why yours doesn't.  Switch your Connect Garmin to classic view.  Do you see it there?  I'm still running Software 2.80.0.0.



Switched to classic view, no luck.

If you look at the 910 screenshot, at the blue graph - far right, you'll see an overlay of moving time. That's the only place it shows up. Strange!
2015-01-08 12:33 AM
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Subject: RE: 910 vs 920 swim metrics
Originally posted by jetsers

I have the 920, and if I edit the file via the phone app, it messes up the time like you are showing in the first screen shot. If I don't touch the file and upload it normally it shows like the second screen shot.



I was Googling this problem and saw a few people say the same: if you edit the file in any way it'll mess it up. I guess I'll find out after Thursday's swim.
2015-01-08 4:57 PM
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Subject: RE: 910 vs 920 swim metrics

Yeah just don't edit the file unless its just the name and description, but only from the web page not the app.

as you can see here it kept the data you were looking for on my swim today.

http://connect.garmin.com/modern/activity/669003395

 



2015-01-09 4:40 AM
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Subject: RE: 910 vs 920 swim metrics
I hit the lap button at the end of a set then stop the timer I stop the timer. This works.
2015-01-09 7:08 AM
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Subject: RE: 910 vs 920 swim metrics

Originally posted by ettringite23 I hit the lap button at the end of a set then stop the timer I stop the timer. This works.

 

I do the same.

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