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Garmin Mobile XT brings Garmin software to mobile phones
Garmin Mobile XT brings Garmin software to mobile phones By Stuart Miles

Garmin has announced the launch of a new software solution called the Garmin Mobile XT that promises to give users the Garmin software experience on their GPS-enabled smartphone. Seeing more and more phone manufacturers including the GPS technology into... Read more

Timex iControl Ironman watch
4.5 stars Timex iControl Ironman watch By Stuart Miles

Sports watches are a great training aid, but what about getting them to do something else, like controlling your iPod? We get out on the track with the new iControl from Timex. Should you tune-in or change the channel? Read on to find out. Based on the... Read more

Suunto Lumi - first outdoor performance watch range for women
Suunto Lumi - first outdoor performance watch range for women By Amy-Mae Elliott

Suunto has announced the launch of the new Lumi range, the world's first outdoor performance watch designed exclusively for women. The Suunto Lumi combines an altimeter, barometer, and compass functions with sunrise and sunset times, personal day counter,... Read more

Garmin launches Edge 705 and 605 for cyclists
Garmin launches Edge 705 and 605 for cyclists By Amy-Mae Elliott

Garmin has launched the Edge 705 and Edge 605 – the latest in the line of integrated personal training systems for recreational and advanced cyclists. The Edge 705 and Edge 605 provide mapping capabilities, street navigation and a 2.2-inch colour display... Read more

Suunto X9i watch
4.0 stars Suunto X9i watch By Stuart Miles

If you're of the more adventurous type a watch that just tells you the time and maybe offers you a stopwatch isn't going to cut it, you need something a lot more beefier than that if you are going to show your tough credentials. In steps the Suunto X9i... Read more

New Nike+ watch for iPod partnership pics leaked
New Nike+ watch for iPod partnership pics leaked By Amy-Mae Elliott

Fans have long been hankering after more official products in the Nike+iPod sports partnership.A new range of Nike watches have been promised for a while now and leaked pictures of one of these models hopefully suggest the models are coming soon.Nike's... Read more

Garmin launches entry-level Forerunner 50 fitness range
Garmin launches entry-level Forerunner 50 fitness range By Amy-Mae Elliott

Garmin has launched the Forerunner 50 range of five fitness products in the States. At the centre of the range is an advanced fitness watch which interfaces wirelessly with three other devices - suitable for either runners, walkers or cyclists. The system... Read more

Nike+ runners have logged over 22 million miles
Nike+ runners have logged over 22 million miles By Amy-Mae Elliott

Nike has announced that Nike+ runners have logged over 22 million miles on nikeplus.com. This, they inform us, is the equivalent of completing more than 800,000 New York City marathons and burning off the calories of more than five million slices of pizza.... Read more

Polar give more power to cyclists
Polar give more power to cyclists By Chris Hall

Polar have announced the most intelligent cycling products in the company's 30-year history - the new CS400, the most accurate computer on the market today and the CS600 w/ Power, the most complete power measurement system at an affordable price. For... Read more

Suunto launches "hard core" wristwatch computer
Suunto launches "hard core" wristwatch computer By Amy-Mae Elliott

Suunto has launched the Suunto Core - a new outdoor wristwatch computer. The Core is a altimeter, barometer and compass as well as offering new features like a depth meter, sunrise and sunset times, a revamped user interface and a menu in four languages.... Read more

Polar AW200 launch innovative technology to make monitoring exercise easy
Polar AW200 launch innovative technology to make monitoring exercise easy By Chris Hall

Polar, the leading innovator of sports instruments and heart rate monitors, has launched a new watch that offers a brand new way of accurately measuring your activity levels. Unlike specialist pedometers and heart rate monitors, the new Polar AW200 is... Read more

Garmin Rinos launch in the US
Garmin Rinos launch in the US By Amy-Mae Elliott

Launched in the States by Garmin, the Rino 520HCx and Rino 530HCx are two-way radios with integrated GPS technology. The new Rinos are rugged, lightweight and waterproof (in 1 metre of water for up to 30 minutes). Building on a previous Garmin Rino product... Read more

Nike rumoured to be releasing Nike+ watches
Nike rumoured to be releasing Nike+ watches By Amber Maitland

Nike's partnership with Apple seems to have been a success, as the companies are bringing out new products for the Nike+iPod sports range. They'll be releasing three hybrid watches and a remote control to be worn around the wrist, says iLounge.com. First... Read more

JML Fitness Watch
3.5 stars JML Fitness Watch By Chris Hall

Some say that fit is the new rich and JML think that their Fitness Watch is just the job for helping you on your way and beating that post-Christmas bulge. But does it have what it takes? We take it out for a run to find out. The Fitness Watch from JML... Read more

Garmin Training Center software now available for Mac OS X
Garmin Training Center software now available for Mac OS X By Chris Hall

Garmin Training Center software is now compatible with Mac OS X version 10.4 "Tiger", making Garmin the first major GPS manufacturer to offer direct Mac support. Garmin Training Center software is used with Garmin's Forerunner and Edge series fitness... Read more

Nike+ system challenges to be broadcast on Nike website
Nike+ system challenges to be broadcast on Nike website By Amber Maitland

Nike has launched added features to its Nike+ website to help runners and athletes achieve their goals in the new year. At the company's dedicated website, users of the Nike+ system can set up an account and challenge themselves as well as friends to... Read more

Nike and Apple to release Nike Amp+ Bluetooth wristband
Nike and Apple to release Nike Amp+ Bluetooth wristband By Stuart Miles

Nike and Apple are about to release a new add-on to its Nike + iPod running system. Called the Nike Amp+ the bracelet, which is worn by runners will allow them to change tracks and check times without having to fumble for their iPod in their jacket or... Read more

Wanted: Would-be explorers for extraordinary Polar expedition
Wanted: Would-be explorers for extraordinary Polar expedition By Chris Hall

A call for volunteers to undergo intensive and comprehensive Arctic training using Sir Ernest Shackleton's advertisement of 1912 has been issued by seasoned explorer, Jim McNeill, for the Ice Warrior Expedition February/April 2008. Founder of the Ice... Read more

Garmin's Foot Pod monitors athletes speed and distance
Garmin's Foot Pod monitors athletes speed and distance By Amber Maitland

Garmin has added an accessory to the Forerunner 305 GPS training device, in the form of the Foot Pod. The Forerunner 305 Foot Pod lets athletes monitor their activity when out of range of a GPS. The shoe-mounted device wirelessly communicates with the... Read more

Suunto new heart rate monitors go POD crazy
Suunto new heart rate monitors go POD crazy By Chris Hall

Suunto are proundly announcing their new range of heart rate monitors from the t-series. The t-series offers a range of monitors to suit all users needs, from the recreational to the professional. The website even lets you answer a series of logical questions... Read more

adidas offer comprehensive mobile portal for the FIFA World Cup
adidas offer comprehensive mobile portal for the FIFA World Cup By Chris Hall

The adidas global mobile football portal has become the most comprehensive of its kind ahead of the eagerly anticipated World Cup in June 2006. The adidas mobile football portal serves the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Spain and have now added... Read more

Polar cs100 bike computer
4.5 stars Polar cs100 bike computer By Stuart Miles

The reason people go to the gym to run on the treadmills isn’t because they like oogling at the girls also in the gym or the fact that they prefer to run inside rather than out, it's because of the stats. How fast, how far, what incline are just some... Read more

Suunto gear for hardcore sailors
Suunto gear for hardcore sailors By Chris Hall

Sailing fanatics will be itching to get their hands on the DS Series Dry Suit from Suunto. The DS Series is a complete foul-weather system that will stand up to the worst that the weather will throw at you, so you can get on with the serious business... Read more

CES 2006: Garmin launch Forerunner 205 and Forerunner 305 personal GPS watches
CES 2006: Garmin launch Forerunner 205 and Forerunner 305 personal GPS watches By Stuart Miles

Garmin has launched the Forerunner 205 and Forerunner 305, the next generation of its popular GPS-enabled fitness product line. "The new Forerunners are ideal for any outdoor activity - from a leisurely stroll to a competitive marathon", said Gary Kelley,... Read more

Garmin Forerunner 201
4.5 stars Garmin Forerunner 201 By Stuart Miles

Training on a treadmill gives you a host of stats to pace and race against. Whether it's the speed you are going or the distance you have travelled it's all in front of you. Go out into the field however and it's a different story. Sure you can work out... Read more

Garmin eTrek
4.0 stars Garmin eTrek By Stuart Miles

As Garmin's basic GPS locator, the eTrek is designed to offer just that - the basics, but can being too basic be its downfall? We head out into the wilderness to see if we can get lost. For those not in the know, a GPS locator allows you to pinpoint your... Read more