THE NEWEST GARMINS ARE ON THEIR WAY TO FLEET FEET SPORTS BALTIMORE
You loved the 210 and 610 ... but NOW ... the new age of Garmin Watch Technology is almost here.
ENTER THE GARMIN 220 AND GARMIN 620 with New Heart Rate Strap! Just in time for Holiday Giving!!
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We have a delivery of watches coming in shortly... and then some more in December. Call the store (410-484-6565) to ORDER and SAVE one of these beauties for yourself or a loved one!
For now... Here's some info for you!
Color options for the Forerunner 220 (left) and Forerunner 620
Since the Garmin Forerunner 220 and 620 were announced in September, runners have been dying to get their hands on them! The next in the long line of Garmin Forerunner endurance sport watches, the Forerunner 220 and 620 are the result of consumer feedback and new innovation.
Which one, which one?
The number one question I get from customers and staff members alike is, “Which one should I get?” I recently met with our Garmin Sales Manager, Tyson Willoughby and he recommended starting with looking at the features of the mid-range Forerunner 220.
The Garmin Forerunner 220 offers an easy to read color display
Retailing at $250 without heart rate monitor, here are some of the key features that sets the Garmin Forerunner 220 apart from the rest of the mid-tier GPS products:
The Forerunner 220 offers a fantastic, flexible feature set that will meet the needs of many runners and walkers.
The next step
The Garmin Forerunner 620 offers next-gen running efficiency tracking
Starting at $400, the Garmin Forerunner 620 is a big investment, but for the life-long runner provides a plethora of valuable data in an easy to use package.
A truly next-generation feature set, the Forerunner 620 paired with the HRM-RUN monitor provides feedback for the modern runner looking to dial in their efficiency.
If you’re feeling a bit overloaded with information, you’re not alone. Many people prefer their runs to be the simplest part of their day. For some runners, the Forerunner 1o might actually be their best option with its basic time, pace, and distance tracking. You may want to consider is limitations though before just settling for the simplest option. The Forerunner 10 ($130 retail) offers an advertised battery life of 5 hours versus 10 hours of active use from the 220/620. Also you won’t be able to track heart rate data with this model.
Great stuff for 2014!