Comments: I'm a serious 59 year old runner averaging 45 miles per week and running 6 or 7 days. I used a 610 for 3-1/2 years and had problems with charging as many have. I decided to go with the 220 instead of the 620 and I am very pleased. The watch is great, and the 2 screens plus workout screens and virtual racer is more than enough data for me !! So, for price/value, I think this is the best. Everything works as advertised. I really like having the cadence built in. For distance measurements, this watch seems to have less variance than the 610 did (that is when running an identical route, how much difference does the watch measure on different days).
From: Basil, Kapaa, HI, USA. May 22nd 2014
Comments: I've only used it a few times so i haven't learned ALL the features yet, but I set up a basic 2 mi. run and i wanted to maintain between 7 and 9 pace and it buzzes to alert you... so far coolest thing I've ever had. on the hard ware side, its SUPER light and you can barely feel it on your wrist, battery under GPS is supposed to last 4 hours... but I don't see that as an issue un less my Marathon times severely lack. As a watch, after 5 days (we had a bad freeze) it still said 100% like it wasn't on at all! but in that mode it gives you time and date. Over all, best GPS I've used (switched from Nike) Also the online interface is really great, it can do so much more than Nike.
From: Will, Fort Worth, TX, USA