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Feeling Lost, Again?

Navigation is the most critical adventure racing (AR) discipline, and is very often completely overlooked until the last minute. Navigation is also the only AR discipline that is a constant throughout the entire race, be it a mountain bike leg, a run or a paddling leg. This skill is almost always left up to one team member, unless you are lucky enough to have two competent navigators in your team. Physically, you can be a […]

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Nike+ SportWatch GPS

Nike+ SportWatch GPS Claimed to provide the most dynamic and motivational running experience in the world thanks to its unique functionality, beautiful design and direct connection to www.nikeplus.com, the world’s leading running community with almost four million members. The SportWatch features a Tap Screen for setting laps and activating the backlight, Run History with data from past runs, Personal Records including those imported from nikeplus.com and heart rate monitor compatibility. The interface has added personalisation […]

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Garmin: On the trail, Outdoor GPS (May/June 2011)

Garmin OutdoorHike, camp, hunt, explore and geocache with confidence. Garmin offer a wide range of Outdoor products for wherver your spirit of adventure takes you. Garmin Outdoor products track exactly where you are and where you’re going. Explore your world with Garmin Outdoor. T: 0861 GARMIN (427 646)E: info@garmin.co.zaW: www.garmin.co.za

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GARMIN forerunner 110

GARMIN forerunner 110 It’s said to have a similar battery life to the Forerunner 405 unit (its battery lasted eight hours between charges). The 405 initially wowed us with its touch bezel but ultimately disappointed with its relatively short rechargeable battery life and haphazard bezel performance in the wet. The new Forerunner 310XT solves the battery life issue (20 hours), so why even consider the FR110 with just eight hours of run-time?

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