By the time you’ll have read this, you’ll have no need for the official manual – which you can also download here.Perhaps the most noticeable aspect of the new Run Trainer is simply the size.Now that we’ve gone through all the overview stuff, let’s actually start using it. To do so you’ll hit the orange button, and then choose one of the workout times (Chrono or Interval Mode), which I’ll talk about in a moment.When you do so it’ll ask you if you want to connect to sensors.🙂Last but not least, for those ladies with small wrists – I brought in my wife.Her wrist size is 14cm (or 5.5 inches), meanwhile my wrist size is 17cm (or about 6.5 inches).
We’ll dive into the data pages in a bit, but you can iterate through the data pages by pressing the display button in the lower left corner.
Of course, to really appreciate how much smaller it is, you need to add grandpa to the mix: The Timex Global Trainer.
Yes, that beast towers over them all – figuratively and literally.
Next up is size comparisons to other units in the same general market, or units that are commonly asked about as to which one should an individual choose. Perhaps a hair bit bigger than others, but more than fine.
Here’s the usual lineup: As you can see, it sits roughly in the middle from a size standpoint. From a thickness standpoint, the Run Trainer is also about average for running watches.