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Gear and shoes (CBus' world) (Read 79 times)


Smashy!!!

     

    this thing is approx 6 months old, maybe. Probably more like 3-4 months.

     

    Then, can't help you. Try the hard reset. But if that doesn't work, then I don't know what to say.

    PRs: 21:35 (5K); 1:46:46 (HM); 4:30:46 (FM)

    cmb4314


       

      this thing is approx 6 months old, maybe. Probably more like 3-4 months.

       

      Is it still under warranty then?  If draining it/refilling it doesn't reset the battery gauge and solve the problem, you should call Garmin.  They will probably send you a new watch for free.

      My wildly inconsistent PRs:

      5k: 24:36 (10/20/12)  

      10k: 52:01 (4/28/12)  

      HM: 1:50:09 (10/27/12)

      Marathon: 4:19:11 (10/2/2011) 


      White Lightning

        Roll, I have a 910 and the battery was shot within about a month after recieving it.  Garmin replaced it no questions asked, was just a two week turn around.  I only sent the watch back and they sent a whole new unit, box and everything, so I have two of everything which is kind of nice

        Play the Game Hard!

        DetroitTigerFan


          So what's everyone using for hydration gear these days ?

           

          • I use an obsolete Camelpak Catalyst for short races and runs under 10 miles
          • For longer runs I use amphipod lite belt (velcro) with 2 bottles and an added on storage pouch for food items,etc....

          PB's     10K 47:15 (9/13)     HM 1:45 (9/13)     M 3:57 (10/13)

          Running Blog   http://davesdigitaldestinations.blogspot.com/


          Ball of Fury

            I pretty much just wear my Camelbak  for all runs.  I have a hydration belt (some cheap brand from Wal-mart....had a Nathan and an Amphipod but didn't love them) but rarely use it.  For races, I just use my Spi-belt for fuel and on course hydration.  I do have a to core try cool Camelbak jersey I wear for longer trail races and obstacle races that have few (if any) water stops.

            PRs:  5K 22:59, 10K 46:54,HM: 1:51:15


            White Lightning

              So what's everyone using for hydration gear these days ?

               

               

              I've tried my camelbak and I have a fuel belt that holds 4 bottles but I always go back to regular 12 oz water bottles and just carry one in my hand for each 5-6 mile loop, set them on the hood on my car, grab one each time I pass by.

              Play the Game Hard!

                 

                I've tried my camelbak and I have a fuel belt that holds 4 bottles but I always go back to regular 12 oz water bottles and just carry one in my hand for each 5-6 mile loop, set them on the hood on my car, grab one each time I pass by.

                 

                I want to do this but as a germaphob I am paranoid that passers-by may tamper with my water/fluids

                PR's : HM 1:51:15  -  5K 21:27

                 

                 

                  ****MIZUNO PEOPLE**** check out the clearance

                   

                  http://www.runningwarehouse.com/catpage-SALETHINGM.html

                  PR's : HM 1:51:15  -  5K 21:27

                   

                   


                  Ball of Fury

                    If anyone orders from runningwarehouse, I have a permanent 15% off code!

                    PRs:  5K 22:59, 10K 46:54,HM: 1:51:15

                    nachosgrande


                      So what's everyone using for hydration gear these days ?

                       

                       

                      I don't bring water on any run less than 10 miles.  Anything over that and I bring two small (10oz?) handhelds.  I've tried the fuel belt thing and I hate it.

                      SprinklesRunner


                      Whippet

                        So what's everyone using for hydration gear these days ?

                         

                        • I use an obsolete Camelpak Catalyst for short races and runs under 10 miles
                        • For longer runs I use amphipod lite belt (velcro) with 2 bottles and an added on storage pouch for food items,etc....

                         

                         

                        I use a fuelbelt - not sure what the brand is - its turquoise and has two small bottles on it. Doesn' bother me so much in the winter but in the summer it chafes like crazy.

                        13.1: 1:45 | 26.2: 3:55

                        LCanida


                        LC Runs

                          I didn't use a fuel belt until training for the 50K Trail Run.. I normally just work a water stop in my running route.  There has been so many water stops during the marathons i've ran that i hadn't needed to carry a hydration belt.  I do wear a spi belt during the marathon that carries gu.

                           

                          Thanks Rollcast for the heads up from Runners Warehouse... I've became a hardcore  Mizuno gal!!  Was brand loyal with asics until I finally realized the narrow shoe was causing me blisters, tried Brooks, tried the Mizuno for the pretty color, and won't be going back.  I have a fresh new pair waiting on me to break them in Smile

                            RW has Mens Ronin on clerance for $50 and Mens Musha for $55. FYI > Mizuno lovers

                            PR's : HM 1:51:15  -  5K 21:27

                             

                             

                              Cross posted:

                               

                              Well until Mizuno comes up with a decent successor to the Wave Universe 3 (or the 4 without the heel lip) I'll keep trying other shoes.  I just ordered a pair of Merrell Men's Sonic Glove Barefoot Running Shoes. (Interesting, why doesn't that link appear as a link?)  Zero heel/toe drop.  Smile

                              jedigunnie26.2


                              BQ in 2013

                                Rollcast - $42 if you use FB15D code. Just bought another pair of Ronins yesterday and some Balega socks too.Smile

                                 

                                RW has Mens Ronin on clerance for $50 and Mens Musha for $55. FYI > Mizuno lovers

                                PR's - 5K - 20:15 (2013) | 10K - 45:14 (2011)  | 13.1 - 1:34:40 (2013)  | 26.2 - 3:47:47 (2012)

                                 

                                2013 Goals - 3000 miles (940m May'13) | sub20 5k | sub 43 10K  | sub1:35 13.1 | sub 3:15 26.2

                                 

                                2013

                                Saginaw 5k - 1/19/13 - 20:15 PR

                                Chambersburg Half Marathon - 3/9/13 - 1:36:22 PR

                                Frederick Half Marathon - 5/5/13 - 1:34:40 PR

                                 

                                Up Next:

                                Shippensburg Fair 5k - 7/27/13

                                RnR Philadelphia Half Marathon - 9/15/13

                                Philadelphia Marathon - 11/17/13

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