Old 01-09-06, 11:37 AM
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BillyBob
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What is the point of having a GPS cyclocomputer that uses a speed sensor? I can understand having a cadence sensor, but the speed sensor is redunant.

I have a Forerunner 201 and its navigation abilities appears to be similar to the 305. Based on my experience, for navigation, I would rather have a cheap GPS that I could use downloaded maps/routes. The rudimentary navigation in the 201 is great for out and back type things, but not to figure out where you are or where you are going.
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