The device is designed to run about a year on the user-replaceable battery. The device has two pieces, the main accelerometer piece, and the plastic clip. Despite thousands and thousands of miles of running – from snow to sand to dirt to mud – I’ve never had one fall off. More information here. Q: Which Garmin devices support the foot pod?A: The Forerunner 305, FR310XT, FR405, FR405CX, FR410, FR610, FR210, FR50 and FR60. Note that the FR205 is NOT foot pod compatible. Q: Does the Forerunner 110 support the foot pod?A: No…and unfortunately won’t in the future. Back then the solution was looked at as a way to capture both distance inside and outside. In the past, it was rather bulky as well. Товаров в наличии Артикул в наличии Пожалуйста, выберите размер. и цвет Вашего товара Пожалуйста, выберите размер Декатлон От 599руб.
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Many of you from the ‘way-back’ era of…well…2000-ish, probably remember foot pods as the defacto way that sports watches could measure distance and speed – this being well before GPS fitness devices. These guides are all listed on this page here. P.S. – If you’re looking at the ANT+ Speed/Cadence sensor for cycling – here’s the same style ‘All you ever wanted to know’ post for that sensor. Once it’s connected, you’re good to go! As long as you don’t adjust the position, you’ll never have to touch this menu again.