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Andrew Wike

Andrew Wike

Andrew Wike

Andrew Wikewrote a review of on July 30, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Not much to say beyond what's already been detailed here, but this is a great piece of gear for data nerds. I use it for running, mountaineering, and ski touring. The Movescount app works infinitely better than Garmin Connect and the watch itself is far more intuitive than any comparable Garmin product. As always, GPS watches suffer when you gain a ton of vertical in a very short linear distance (rock climbing), but outside of that, I've had no problems with this product.

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Andrew Wike

Andrew Wikewrote a review of on July 12, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This has become an essential part of my post workout routine. It doesn't seem to matter if I'm running, climbing, ski touring, or hitting the gym, Ultragen tastes good and seems to significantly reduce soreness the following day. If you're serious about doing hard workouts on consecutive days, this product is a must. I've sampled all the flavors, my current favorite is Cappuccino, but the Fruit Punch is a close second. Try it, you will not be disappointed.

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Andrew Wike

Andrew Wikewrote a review of on June 6, 2013

5 5

I'm a geek in the sense that I want to know where I've gone and what I've done on my adventures. This watch does that well, without overwhelming with a bunch of data. It won't tell you anything beyond mileage/pace/elapsed time while it's in use, but you get a GPS track of your route, elevation loss/gain, and a whole bunch of other metrics at home when you've downloaded the data to your computer. Works well and functions as a normal watch (not bulky or cumbersome like other options).

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