Timex Bodylink System - Fitness Watches: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Timex Bodylink System - Fitness Watches: Reviews

   Photo: Mark Wiens

SEASONED PROBy relocating the bulky GPS antenna to a separate arm-mounted pod, Timex kept the watch relatively svelte and undeniably light on the wrist. For gram-shaving racers, this is big; they can train with the GPS and the chest strap, then leave both at home when they step up to the starting line.

Bonus: Scroll through the ten data-display options with one button instead of fidgeting with steps involving multiple keys—nice when cycling in a pack at 25 mph.

Bummer: You can't download your workouts to a PC.

Filed To: Men's, Sport Watches

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