I started to wear sock because I was supposed to, then I even moved to double layer moisture wicking special fancy dancy running socks, I gave up the baby powder for the Body Glide, no more T-Shirts but Dry Fit moisture wicking tight as hell running shirts, and I no longer wear mesh shorts because my thighs would catch on fire but only tight pants, ALL THE TIME.
So on Saturday when I went on my run I had to wear 2 watches. One that told me how long I had been running because I was on a time crunch and the other told me my interval splits. I cant make one watch do both things at the same time. So I ran for 4 some odd miles with two watches on my wrist, and all I kept thinking was I have two watches on and I still don't know exactly how far I ran. And I am not going to add another watch to the mix. Seriously...
SO, the two watches started a new search that has become my focus for the last 2 days. I showed you all the watch that I liked, you know the Green Monster that does everything. Well, its a little bit out of my personal price range but if it is the exact thing that I need then that is just what it is. In my reading the reviews for this Forerunner watch I came across a different Garmin Forerunner that seemed cool too, so now I don't know which one would be better for me.
I am officially asking for help. There are positives and negatives for each watch, one is way more technical than the other but do I need all the bells and whistles or would the basic one be sufficient for a beginner runner. Oh!!!! I am so confused.
I know lots of the functions of the Forerunner 405 because all of my friend have this one (and they rave about it), but I am looking for someone who has the Forerunner 110 who could give me a review of this one because I am hesitant to take the advice from people I don't know in a ratings rankings on random websites. If you have any input it would be greatly appreciated.
Sorry for ranting away but I cannot do the searches anymore, I'm putting it in your hands now!