Took me a bit to get comfortable w/ features, navigation, etc. But now it's a great, dependable tool. Interface and synch always run smoothly. Nice to go back through the map and to look at the elevation and heart rate info. I use my Move while mountain biking and definitely upgraded from a slim Garmin both with the device and the software.
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The display of data and usefulness of it is great (for running). The app acts as if you will stay connected/paired via Bluetooth forever/at all times though, and this is a big problem for me. Essentially, it makes it so that I have to add a new watch every time I want to connect to my phone because I always turn bluetooth off (on both my phone and watch). This is very annoying. Despite this, I love the data, the formatting, and the planning capabilities.
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It's OK, even thought it links up to Strava and Google fit, it doesn't sync the info regularly, or even properly. It doesn't even track steps correctly, I've had cheaper devices that did a better job. The GPS is very slow at connecting as well, so when you want to track something, it doesn't capture everything properly. It doesn't matter how many updates you do, they all still suck.
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