On a day where we saw two Ethiopians victorious at the Chicago Marathon and a new record set, we released the new Special Edition Forerunner 210 and Forerunner 610 GPS-enabled running watches. With vibrant color schemes these industry leading training tools will bring a new energy to your winter training.
Both watches combine the same features and capabilities as the well known and trusted existing Forerunner 210 and 610 and their bright and energetic color options will turn your running device into a stylish day-to-day watch. The special edition Forerunner 210 & 610 will be available at local running shops this fall.
“Winter is the time where runners lay the ground-work for a successful spring race season and with the morning and evening sessions getting darker our latest Forerunner special editions will ensure you stand out from the pack,” says Stan Brajer, Garmin’s Sales and Marketing Director, Fitness. “There is no reason you shouldn't look stylish while hitting the pavement, track or trails and with these Special Edition Forerunners you can do just that.”
Forerunner 210 – press start and run: Make every session stand out with the Garmin Forerunner 210 special edition, just set your goal and run with it. GPS-enabled so it knows how far and how fast you run, it also guides you through interval training and measures your heart rate zones (with accessory). There’s virtually no setup required, so you can just press start and run. Train with Garmin, upload to Garmin Connect and join the world’s biggest running community. The special edition Forerunner 210 will be available in local running shops for $199.99.
Forerunner 610 – it’s all at your fingertips: The first to put GPS on runners' wrists just tipped off a whole new race with its special color edition. With a touch, tap or swipe, Forerunner 610 lets you get on with your run while it tracks all the details. The unique virtual racer feature on the Forerunner 610 can turn any training session into a virtual matchup, letting you race your previous bests or challenge any activities uploaded to Garmin Connect, and it also allows you to plan, download and follow detailed training plans. The special edition Forerunner 610 comes packed with an USB Ant Stick for wireless transfers and will be available in local running shops for $349.99.