'Free traffic updates'
'high-end global positioning system receiver'
'Easy to use'
'It was fine but limited in what it could offer boaters and hikers; plus, it was a sluggish performer.'
'powerful, sharp-looking, and compact device'
'unparalleled data and accuracy'
'good, lightweight training device'
Street name announcement.'
'Garmin has given its interface a mild update, for a slightly cleaner appearance.'
'Lane guidance is available for most multi-lane roads and there's full-screen junction view graphics, complete with real-world photos, for motorway exits.'
'Maps of North America and Europe.'
'It's lightweight, it has a crisp 4.3in touchscreen, and it offers plenty of features.'
'inaccurate POI data'
'even big screens can be difficult to read in direct sunlight.'
'Full-featured run, bike, and swim modes - well-suited to triathletes.'
'The 310XT can use audible signals and/or vibration alerts, to ensure that you are aware of your milestones. '
'Designed for triathletes, the 310XT collects data such as speed, distance and time for bicycling and running, and it is waterproof up to 50 meters for swimming as well.'
'You can purchase the Forerunner 310XT with or without a new (more comfortable than previous models) waterproof, soft-strap heart rate monitor.'
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