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Garmin Announces Forerunner 910XT GPS Watch, Perfect for Triatheletes

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Written by Shane McGlaun | October 4, 2011

If you are one of the people that are very serious about your exercise and training, you will want to pay attention to this. Garmin has just unveiled a new watch called the Forerunner 910XT and it is packed with all sorts of tech for monitoring activity built-in. The watch is the first from Garmin that is able to provide detailed metrics for swimmers as well as cyclists and runners.

Garmin 910XT

The watch is water-resistant to 50 meters. It records swim metrics including swim distance, stroke identification, stroke count, and pool length. The watch is low profile so you can get a wetsuit on and off easily while wearing it. The watch can also be fitted with a mount for bike handlebars and has a battery inside good for 20 hours of use.

Garmin 910XT

A Virtual Racer feature lets the user race against a previous time. Garmin also includes support for wireless ANT+ sensors and a lot more. The Forerunner 910XT will be released sometime this quarter, and will sell for $399.99. You can pre-order it over at Garmin’s website now.