The First Color Screen GPS Watch Can Predict Your Race Times
Both watches feature Garmin's one-inch Chroma display and Bluetooth connectivity, but the 620 adds the option to connect to a Wi-Fi network for tracking your stats on an accompanying app, as well as a touchscreen that works even while wearing gloves.
Both use a built-in accelerometer to track your steps and strides, and combining that with
So it's not surprising that the 620 will set you back $400 this fall, while the 220 is slightly more affordable at $250 . And if you want to take advantage of all the features both watches offer, you'll need to cough up an extra $50 for bundles that include a heart rate monitor. But look on the bright side, they're still cheaper/less annoying than a personal running coach. [ Garmin via Engadget ]