Posted November 6th, 2013 @ 12:38pm by Erik J. Barzeski
I just got an email that Garmin was sending me a 620 watch (I asked for orange and white) to replace my 610. The 610 they sent in exchange for a review that I wrote long ago, but they made no mention of reviewing the 620.
It's no secret that I haven't been running much lately. The counter on the right sidebar hasn't incremented in months, and though I've run a few times without my watch, it's nowhere near a regular event the two or three months. I've had the usual excuses1 - it's been very rainy, windy, and I'm busy - but there's nothing like a new toy to re-spark the desire and willpower. I always enjoyed importing my runs into rubiTrack and looking at the data, seeing whether I'd improved, and trying to push the run totals. At one point I ran at least a mile a day for 100 days in a row. That's small beans to a lot of people, but it was important to me. I don't feel that I'm really built to be a distance runner.
As usual, DC Rainmaker has a great review of the 620. My 610 was nice, but I like the changes made to the 620, particularly ditching having to run that ANT+ app with the little USB stick.
- Additionally, the last time I went out, I strained my right arch and it's just now feeling better.↩