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The Soleus GPS 1.0 Digital Watch tracks distance, pace and speed via built-in GPS technology with traditional run watch features and functionality. Track your workouts with the 24-hour chrono, 100-Lap memory, and an optional Auto Lap feature to mark and record your splits without having to push a button.


  • GPS 1.0 Digital Watch
  • USB charging/download cord
  • Owner's manual


  • Black/Pink (011)


  • Click here for Quick Start Guide
  • GPS-enabled sport watch with high-sensitivity receiver
  • Records and displays total time, lap splits, distance, speed, pace and calories burned
  • 4 run data viewing options
  • Chronograph with manual or auto lap splits, flashes completed lap time for 10 seconds
  • Optional Auto Lap feature automatically records lap splits at selected units of .5, 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 miles/km
  • 100-lap, 30-hours and 30 run file memory
  • Gender, age & weight based calorie computation
  • Option to turn GPS off using 'Indoor' mode
  • 10 second backlight with optional 'Night Mode'; backlight active from 6:00 PM to 7:00 AM based on T1 time zone
  • 2 Time Zones; select from 106 cities worldwide covering all zones to auto set time with GPS active
  • Optional manual time & date set with Daylight Savings
  • Optional 12 or 24 hour time, miles or km distance
  • 5 daily alarms
  • Battery life: 8 hours with GPS active
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
  • USB charging cord; plug into USB port to charge watch (no computer data transfer capabilities)
  • Water Resistant to 30 meters (not for use while swimming)
  • Display size: 1.0" x 1.0" (2.5cm x 2.5cm) diameter
  • Unit dimensions: 1.75" x 2.5" x 0.75" (4.4 x 6.4 x 1.9 cm)
  • Weight: 2.1oz (59.5g)

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Customer Reviews

Comments:First class service from Running warehouse when I ordered this watch.  I like it, mainly for the price. I don't need all the gizmos like uploading stats to my computer, so this watch does the trick for me. GPS is good- just start it a couple of minutes before you plan to run because it takes a while to find a signal. I am happy with my choice. 
From: Eric, Lewiston, NY USA

Comments: I think this watch is great for what it is meant to do. If you are a techy runner and have to upload all your runs then it is not for you. Got my wife one and then bought my own after trying hers out. No frills, not too big and very inexpensive. I wear it all the time and charge it once a week at work and it easily handles 30+ miles of GPS use and basic watch functions on top of that. No complaints.
From: Z, Charlotte, NC, USA

Comments: i just received the watch yesterday and after one run I LOVE IT.  Easy set up (directions are useless - there's a youtube video that is great.).  Easy use and despite what some may say, the display is big enough to see while running (i dont have the best eyes).  Perfect example of KISS.
From: Dan, Edison, NJ, USA

Comments: The watch band broke off the main unit today as I was putting it on. I've had it about 2 1/2 months and run with it about 25 times. I like the watch functions OK. It's great for the price, but I'm not happy about it breaking so easily, though.
From: Fivjon, Houston, TX, USA

Comments: ..comfortable and easy to use...received the usual perfect service from Running Warehouse...
From: Dino, Port St Lucie, Fl, USA

Comments: I've had this for a week or so.  I've been wearing it 24-7, and took it off only to charge.  GPS runs battery down during use but GPS is otherwise off and battery will last a week or so even with say 5-6 hours of running.  Charging was very fast - 1 hour to go from 40% to 100% charged.

Very comfortable and not very big although it might look large on a petite female.   Functions / buttons have taken some time to learn.  Seems to show exact pace when running (as opposed to average lap pace), but it will auto split average mile pace (or 1/2 mile, etc).  I generally don't care exactly what pace I'm running so I set it up so that pace does not show when I glance down at it - it will then beep every mile and display average pace for last mile (and average pace for the run at the end of the run).  I don't care about uploading the data to a computer so it is perfect or me.
From: Anonymous