You can also create three separate interval workouts using this easily programmable watch, with up to 16 intervals that you can set to repeat for a killer workout. The watch holds up to 150 laps and on long runs and rides it flashes reminders to eat and drink — kind of like having your mom on your wrist.
This watch is considered an entry-level watch; it has no heart rate monitoring capabilities and no GPS, but it's waterproof, making it great for swimming. Before entering the pool, or heading out on a ride for that matter, be sure to adjust the tap sensitivity to hard. Otherwise the watch can register bumps in the road or the friction of the water as a tap creating a lap when you don't want it to.
I like the large face of the watch, which makes it easy to read. And it's lightweight too. On days, when I want to slip out the door minus the HRM, the GPS, and the iPod, this watch is perfect.