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Garmin Foot Pod [Retail Packaging]

August 23, 2013 - Comment

This tiny foot pod is small enough to attach to your shoelaces or fit in the mid-sole pocket of compatible shoes. It’s always ready to use, and a small, replaceable watch battery powers the foot pod for a year of training. Unlike simple pedometers, this foot pod uses advanced MEMS inertial-sensor technology to analyze your

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This tiny foot pod is small enough to attach to your shoelaces or fit in the mid-sole pocket of compatible shoes. It’s always ready to use, and a small, replaceable watch battery powers the foot pod for a year of training. Unlike simple pedometers, this foot pod uses advanced MEMS inertial-sensor technology to analyze your movements and is responsive to stride-length changes to achieve 98 percent accuracy for speed and distance. Additionally, this sensor measures running cadence to help you optimize your training.

Compatible products for this item are:
Forerunner 210
Forerunner 305
Forerunner 310XT
Forerunner 405
Forerunner 405CX
Forerunner 410
Forerunner 50
Forerunner 610
Forerunner 910XT
FR60
FR70
Garmin ANT+ Adapter for iPhone

Product Features

  • Attaches to shoe
  • Transmits distance and pace data to Garmin Forerunner 305

Comments

Lee Abraham says:

Works Well I bought the foot pod so I could use my 405CX on an indoor track and have been pleased with the results.Calibration was easy. On the you can calibrate it using the GPS or a 400m track. I chose to use the GPS and it had me run .66 of a mile. Was easy and seems to be pretty accurate. The only issue is that you need to calibrate it…

NOV8TR says:

Works well I purchased this unit with the intention of using it on my elliptical trainer during those times when it was too late or too wet/windy to walk/jog outside. My Forerunner 305 already accurately records distance and speed without the Foot Pod as long as I’m outside (my preferred method of exercise), and the cadence tracking capability was not all that important to me (I’m an old man, not an athlete in training). It took several iterations to make this gizmo work with the elliptical trainer…

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