Garmin 305 or 110 which would you buy?

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Jan 2012
11:21am, 24 Jan 2012
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Debstir
'hijacked' even...
Jan 2012
1:58pm, 24 Jan 2012
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Philippe Flop
I'm on my 2nd 110 due to the fogging issues. I love the simplicity of it and had no fogging issues with the 2nd one (about 3 months old).
Jan 2012
3:03pm, 24 Jan 2012
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Autumnleaves
I've had my 110 since New Year - like it very much, nice and simple to use and not too huge (small wrists!). Uploading to Garmin connect really easy.
Jan 2012
3:41pm, 24 Jan 2012
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Hackett
Picked up a 110 in the Sweatshop sale for £74.99 and only used it twice but happy with it and for that price cant go wrong.
Jan 2012
4:03pm, 24 Jan 2012
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Badger
Sharkie, you might want to look at the 210 instead of the 110 - it lets you programme intervals so it can let you run 8 minutes or 1 mile or something, then beep automatically to tell you to slow down; you don't need to press lap unless you want to work it that way. It also has a lap page display, so you can, if you want, see your current lap pace there & your overall average pace or current pace in the main timer page. Otherwise it's identical to the 110.

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It's not for me I'm happy with my forerunner 305, as is daughter no1 also a marathon runner.
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