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63% Discount on Garmin fenix 2 GPS Watch - Deal Alert

The $399.99 list price on the Garmin's fenix 2 GPS Watch is currently discounted by a staggering $250. At 63% off, you can pick this one up on Amazon for $149.99. The fenix 2 currently averages 4 out of 5 stars on Amazon by over 410 people (see reviews).

The watch features high-sensitivity GPS positioning, and a 3-axis compass with altimeter and barometer, and is designed for a multi-sport athlete. Take it with you running, climbing, hiking, riding, swimming, skiing -- the fenix 2 quickly switches between feature sets. It delivers real-time performance data such as time, distance, pace, calories, speed, lap data, and heart rate (when paired with a monitor: see here).  When paired with HRM-Run monitor2, fenix 2 provides feedback on Running form by measuring cadence (number of steps per minute), vertical oscillation (bounce in your Running motion), and ground contact time. 

The fenix 2 provides comprehensive navigation and tracking functionalities, as well as trip information to guide you on and off the beaten track. It records a track log creating a GPS “bread crumb trail” as you move. It also allows you to mark waypoints, such as a start/finish line, course check point, or a campsite, vehicle or other point of interest. You can create and follow routes, mark up to 1,000 waypoints and store up to 10,000 track points. Its built-in sensors provide information on heading, elevation and weather changes. And is built to endure the toughest outdoor conditions. This feature-packed GPS from Garmin is heavily discounted for today only. See it now on Amazon.

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