Garmin Forerunner 10 Small

Price: $99.95 MSRP: $130.00
Garmin Forerunner 10 Black/Silver
In Stock: 2+
  • Color: Black/Silver
  • Accessory Size: One Size
Garmin Forerunner 10 Green/White
In Stock: 2+
  • Color: Green/White
  • Accessory Size: One Size
Garmin Forerunner 10 Pink/White
In Stock: 2+
  • Color: Pink/White
  • Accessory Size: One Size
Garmin Forerunner 10 Violet/White
In Stock: 2+
  • Color: Violet
  • Accessory Size: One Size

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Model Number: 010-01039-

The Garmin Forerunner 10 is a simple-to-use GPS run watch that tracks and records pace/distance with the ability to upload your data and routes to Garmin Connect™ online afterward. Virtual Pacer™ lets you know when you're ahead or behind your pre-set goal pace, or use Walk/Run alerts to help pace yourself through a long run. Auto Pause and Auto Lap features accurately time your run without having to push a button; 'small' version features a more slender band and smaller watch face.

*Check the Garmin Video Vault and see Forerunner 10 in action!

Includes:

  • Forerunner 10 GPS sport watch
  • USB charging/data clip cord
  • Owner's manual

Colors

  • Black/Silver (010-01039-19)
  • Green/White (010-01039-01)
  • Pink/White (010-01039-07)
  • Violet/White (010-01039-17)

Details

  • Easy-to-use, push button GPS-enabled sport watch tracks and records run workouts
  • High-sensitivity GPS receiver & HotFix™ technology: helps keep GPS signal even in dense forest areas
  • Upload and share run workout data, view your routes, and keep tabs on your training progress with Garmin Connect™ online
  • 7 workout and 2 PR history; upload to Garmin Connect after 7 runs to keep complete records of your training
  • Displays 2 data fields per screen
  • Choose between 6 screen options:
  • 1. Time / Distance
    2. Time / Current Pace
    3. Time / Calories
    4. Pace / Distance
    5. Pace / Calories
    6. Distance / Calories
  • Pace Option: Lap Pace or Average Pace
  • Speed Option: Lap Speed or Average Speed
  • Virtual Pacer™ alerts when you are 'ahead', 'behind' or 'on target' of your pre-set goal pace
  • Fastest Mile, Longest Run, Fastest 5k, Fastest 10k PR's alert on screen and record in watch history
  • Run/Walk alerts sets unlimited number of intervals for alternating between running and walking
  • Auto Lap® option records splits at pre-set distances without pushing a button
  • Auto Pause® option automatically pauses timer when you stop mid-run; useful for routes with stop-lights
  • 'Indoor' mode utilizes timer functions without GPS
  • Time of day (12/24h) sets automatically with GPS connection
  • Set 1 daily alarm
  • Set distance to either miles or km
  • Switch 'pace' to 'speed' for biking
  • Backlight for viewing at night or dark conditions
  • Battery life: up to 5 hours in training mode with GPS on; 5 weeks in power save mode
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
  • Distance accuracy: 99% with clear view of sky
  • Water-resistant to 50m (164 ft.): swim-friendly
  • Temperature range: -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C)
  • Size: 4.01 x 5.22 x 1.57 cm
  • Display: Black and White, 55 x 31 pixels
  • Weight: 1.3oz (36g)

Accessories (sold separately)

  • AC Wall Adapter US (010-10635-00)
  • AC Adapter International EU & UK (010-10635-01)
  • Green Replacement Bands (010-11251-19)
  • Pink Replacement Bands (010-11251-20)
  • White Replacement Charging/Data Clip Cord (010-11029-05)

Comments: Not exactly the best overall watch out there. Sure, it's good for tracking your pace and mileage, but that's it. Tempos, long runs, easy runs are all great to have this watch. It's very accurate and is more reliable than some of the other GPS watches out there. However, it's absolutely awful for interval workouts. The split feature is very aggravating because it only gives you the cumulative time and a brief glimpse of the interval split when you hit the split button. Running any kind of pace work is nearly impossible. The watch is a solid GPS watch, but if you want a good overall watch, I recommend the Nike GPS watch. Either that, or have a standard watch for interval days.
From: Max, Texas, USA. June 6th 2014

Comments: Love the watch, but was extremely dissapointed when the band came off only 4 months after I bought it.
From: Homer, Chicago, Il, USA

Comments: This is far more reliable than the Garmin 110. It doesn't look as good but who cares. It's great for trail runners, who really just want time and distance. It will satisfy those who want "instant" pace or whatever it's called when you can see your pace at the moment. The best part of the watch is that there are no fogging issues and no issues hooking the thing up to the computer. The connection thingy really latches on. No frills. It also picks up the signal well. The Garmin help-line told me the secret--delete your history constantly. It works. It picks up the satellite in ten to fifteen seconds in front of my house. Battery life has not been an issue for me but my longest runs peak out around 3 hours. One last bit, the help-line at Garmin also says they get very few calls about this watch. No frills here (no heart rate monitor capabilities) but it does the job it's supposed to do. Oh, I do wish it had the lap feature (meaning clicking on it to set a lap yourself) but there are some other interesting features, like run/walk which I have yet to take advantage of.
From: Avy, Oneonta, NY, USA

Comments: I love this watch easy to use. Simple.
From: 49, Louisville, KY

Comments: Don't even think about it if you ever go to a track to run intervals. This watch will not show you time and lap time together, ONLY ONE OR THE OTHER. That is completely useless. Even a basic Timex gives you that. If you never go to the track it's fine for long runs with time, distance, pace and mile alerts. 
From: Anonymous

Comments: What a great little watch! Gives me everything I need- time,distance and pace and more, like auto pause, per mi lap alert and goals achieved.  Easy to read large numbers, light weight and extremely easy to use and setup. I agree with the other reviewer that the band is a little short-should be an easy fix for Garmin.  Had the 110 a while back, but returned it due to crystal fogging problems. This watch shouldn't have this problem as it is waterproof not water resistant.  
From: Mac, New Orleans, LA

Comments: This thing is basic. But it WORKS. It's very easy to get started, quick to acquire satellite reception, easy to view on the run, and provides everything you need for basic feedback during a run. If you are into hardcore data analysis you might want to pick up the 210, 610, or 910 but for a basic GPS watch that has the capability to upload data, you can't go wrong with this! 
From: Rob, Lowell, MA

Comments: What a great GPS watch. Very simple and easy, gives me all the information I need. Love how it uploads to Garmin Connect. Only minor concern is the wristband length. I'd like to see an optional longer one for the winter months. I like wearing a watch on the outside of cold weather gear.
From: Bob, Farmington, NY USA

Comments: Never used to run with a watch and generally hate running with gadgets, but this is the perfect size for small wrists and it gives all the basics you need without all the extra fuss. Only downside as with all GPS watches is sometimes if you run where there's tall buildings the signal will give you some crazy fast pace, but overall it's quite accurate. Nonetheless, love its small size, ease of use, and functionality. Highly recommend. Now if only they'd make one in sky blue ...
From: Claire, NY, NY

Comments: This watch does not provide elevation correction so if you plan to use it for trail running and want accurate elevation numbers this is not the watch for you.
From: Lisa, Santa Clara, CA

Comments: What a great little watch! Gives me everything I need- time,distance and pace and more, like auto pause, per mi lap alert and goals achieved.  Easy to read large numbers, light weight and extremely easy to use and setup. I agree with the other reviewer that the band is a little short-should be an easy fix for Garmin.  Had the 110 a while back, but returned it due to crystal fogging problems. This watch shouldn't have this problem as it is waterproof not water resistant.  
From: Mac, New Orleans, LA

Comments: I have been running for 4 1/2 years. I'm consistent but not a high-mileage runner (only 15-20/wk). I enjoy reading and learning all I can and I love trying new shoes and apparel, but I've never been interested in gadgets. I don't run with music outdoors and I only sometimes wear a digital watch. Since I don't put much stock into heart rate training, I definitely don't want or need a HRM. But this year I started logging all my miles, religiously using mapmyrun.com to map routes, and that was getting old. And then this little watch came on the market! I love the minimalist trend in running shoes and I'm glad Garmin also sees the value of a less-is-more approach in GPS watches. I got mine about two weeks ago and have used it for a couple of late-season trail races. It's light as a feather and easy to use. I can plug it into my laptop and upload my data to the Garmin Connect. I can't wait to use this in my planned half marathons next summer. The Virtual Pacer feature is perfect for me. I need to average 9:00 min miles or better to set a new PR and this watch lets you simply plug in your target pace. The Forerunner 10 will tell you each mile whether you're on pace, ahead, or behind. That's all I need! I predict this will be a hit with many people like me, who want just enough data but not too much. Simple = Great!
From: DJ, Montana


 

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