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Forerunner 101 offers athletes and recreational walkers and runners an entry-level
personal training device with GPS. It has the same features as the Forerunner
201, but operates on two AAA batteries. The Forerunner 101 stores lap histories
for up to two years to provide an archive of workout performance over time. Users
can retrieve lap data for previous workouts by date, week, month, or over a specific
time interval. For business travelers who want to train on the road, the Forerunner
101 also doubles as a navigator. Users can mark their hotel as a specific location,
see their current position on the plotter display, and follow an electronic breadcrumb
trail back to their starting point.
out with the Forerunner 101 means you're never alone in your personal training,
because the unit provides a "Virtual Partner". This feature allows you to set
your training goal by configuring your Virtual Partner's pace and workout distance.
You'll get a graphic perspective of your performance by viewing your pace in relation
to your Virtual Partner's pace, so you can always see at a glance if you're keeping
up or falling behind.
note: The difference between the Forerunner 201 and the Forerunner 101 is
the Forerunner 101 does not have PC interface capabilities, runs on 2 AAA batteries,
and has larger unit dimensions. Forerunner
GPS sensor provides precise latitude, longitude,
and altitude data for exact location information.
Mark specific locations,
and then look-up and navigate to these points using an electronic map.
Retrace your steps to a starting point or reverse your normal route for routine
Amount of calories burned can be tracked and calculated
over the course of a workout.
Automatically records up to 5000 laps
by day or week; stores approximately two years of data.
data can be automatically archived and calculated to provide an accurate record.
Automated stopwatch provides auto-lap and auto-pause features.
Lap timer indicates when a certain speed is reached or when you've fallen
below a pre-set level.
Pace whistle sounds alert when you begin traveling
slower or faster than your desired pace.
Distance whistle sounds when
you reach a specified duration or distance in your workout.