When it comes to fitness watches as well as GPS watches, there are many examples out there in the market for the discerning consumer to pick one from, but it can be a rather tricky thing to do if one is not too sure of the reason for purchasing one – perhaps even out of peer pressure. Well, just when you thought that all Epson did was to roll out printers and projectors, here we are with the Epson Runsense SF-110 that is said to merge daily activity monitoring alongside GPS capability into a new fitness and running wearable piece of tech – a location knowing, fitness calculating timepiece, if you will.
Just which particular target group will the Epson Runsense SF-100 train its sights on? Well, it has been specially designed for the likes of runners, hikers and other fitness-minded individuals who have the intention to keep track of their workouts as well as to monitor their daily activities. The Runsense SF-110 would merge the daily activity monitoring of a fitness tracker alongside Epson’s GPS technology, all of them rolled into a single compact design that can measure the number of steps taken, calories burned, distance, pace, time, laps, and altitude, among others.
Not only that, the Epson Runsense SF-110 is lightweight and water-resistant, where you will be able to pick from three different colors, including black, green and bright blue. Users are able to set a trio of customizable screens that will include up to nine real-time measurements on the easy-to-read LCD display.
Runsense SF-110 users will also be able to synchronize their data with the Epson Run Connect mobile app that is available for iOS and Android devices, or you can also opt to have those to run with popular running apps including MapMyRun, Strava and others. Users can also take advantage of AGPS (Assisted GPS) via the Run Connect app in order to download the GPS satellite data straight to the watch for a faster initial GPS connection. The Epson Runsense SF-110 will come with an asking price of $139 if you are interested in picking one up.