Дата публикации: 2018-06-27 19:42
Thanks for the thorough review. It appears that the Surge is not going to be the activity tracker / GPS watch that fills the gap inbetween workouts. I am a professional athlete (track mid) and am still looking for a 79 765 7 HR and sleep tracker. At the moment my hope rests with the Charge HR and the UP8. I so far used to own a 865xt, a 665 and most recently I am using a 675 paired with a mio link. When choosing a GPS watch I always heavily relied on rays reviews. The said watches perfomed exactly as reviewed and suited my needs perfectly. Thanks Ray!
It 8767 s 5:55 am and I 8767 m in Hamilton during a heat alert. This soup is great both ways but I wanted to let u know without the coconut milk it 8767 s to die for!
78. Today we are seeing in many pastoral workers, including consecrated men and women, an inordinate concern for their personal freedom and relaxation, which leads them to see their work as a mere appendage to their life, as if it were not part of their very identity. At the same time, the spiritual life comes to be identified with a few religious exercises which can offer a certain comfort but which do not encourage encounter with others, engagement with the world or a passion for evangelization. As a result, one can observe in many agents of evangelization, even though they pray, a heightened individualism, a crisis of identity and a cooling of fervour. These are three evils which fuel one another.
I upgraded to the Surge because of the second hand market thanks to the apple I-watch, there seems to be a few flooding the market as users switch over to the dark side. It 8767 s nice not lugging around the mobile phone when going for a quick 5k blast!
Nope, that 8767 s just saying that during GPS/excercise it records at 6s which is the same as most other devices on the market. But for 79 765 7 HR, it 8767 s recording at 5s, which is also kinda common (. Basis is reduced as well).
Thanks for the review Ray. I don 8767 t normally post on here (except for the contests), but since it looks like I 8767 ll be the first, I decided to post. I was originally planning to get the Garmin FR65, but once I heard about the Surge with the optical heart rate monitor, held off until your review. Is there any training functionality on the Surge like walk/run or interval? Also am disappointed in the HR monitor for training. Any thoughts on the FR65 vs Surge?
Meanwhile, Fitbit did announce at CES that Strava support is on the way so that would in theory mean you 8767 ll get at least GPS, and hopefully HR data as well there. Still, given every other product on the market today supports exporting to some form of file from a web control panel, it 8767 s a definite downside to the Surge lacking any way at all to do that.
In addition to the indoor running mode and the cycling outdoors you can also jump into a general ‘Exercise’ mode which has a few other sub-modes below it for capturing your activities.
Yep, you got it! The unsweetened coconut milk you get in the cans. I hope you enjoy the soup when you make it, and that it keeps you nice and toasty.:) And thanks for the congrats wishes, they 8767 re much appreciated!
Thanks for the review. I have the Forerunner 765 and wanted to upgarde. I thought this would be a fun one to go to. I 8767 m training for Boston. As in your summary, would you not recommend this as a training tool?