FIELD TEST: 5 Watches Every Runner Should Consider

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There are two types of runner: The minimalist who, along with a stripped-down shoe, prefers to run with the bare essentials—shoes, shorts, and shirt (optional)—and runners like myself—runners who prefer cushioning over barefoot, being fully-clothed, and who can't resist the temptation of gadgets (in this case watches) for a bit of added motivation to hit the track or trail.

We've tested the best running watches on the market to parse out the cream of the crop. Each offers distinct features that connect with individual runner's needs. To that end, these are the 5 Watches Every Runner Should Consider. 


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  • Eran Even-Kesef

    So what you are saying is that they all suck.