Garmin has introduced a new version of its most ‘smart’ sports watch, the so-called Garmin Forerunner 920XT. An evolution regarding its 910XT, 2011, which takes advantage of the passage of this time to improve many of its characteristics.
Garmin Forerunner 920XT continues within that category of advanced clock to be a quantifier that puts great emphasis on the sport activity, showing multiple data in its screen, of 2.9×2,1 centimeters and 205×148 pixels of resolution. It includes measurements of given steps, distance traveled or spent calories, with the possibility of creating daily goals to enter also in that gamificación so fashionable in recent times.
A very interesting aspect of this watch is that it has integrated GPS to register the position at any time, so that you can keep a more extensive record on which places have traveled. You can also connect to a Garmin HMR-Run chest monitor to measure even more parameters such as heart rate or race quality, and all this information can also be displayed on the small clock display.
Without a doubt a much more complete quantifier than the more domestic options ( Fitbit Flex , Jawbone Up24 , etc.), and that is why its main objective are the athletes of the highest level. Its price, equally, is not anything low, since Garmin Forerunner 920XT will sell for $ 449.99 in the United States, or 499.99 if we choose a pack along with the monitor HMR-Run