Setting time

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Aug 2016
8:51am, 23 Aug 2016
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Icelandic Trigirl
Hey, I am in Italy this year (and traveling variously) but my runs are still coming in at Icelandic time which makes me look very perky indeed.

On my Garmin site, it is on the right time but clearly I have set it up on Icelandic time yonks ago and now cannot remember how I did it.

Can someone help me change it to Italian time?
Aug 2016
8:53am, 23 Aug 2016
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Nelly
I can't see anything specific to time, but I would guess it's based on your location, so Profile > Settings > Country ?
Ted
Aug 2016
9:07am, 23 Aug 2016
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Ted
ITG, I think that your Garmin time is auto-magic and updates to your local time.

I think that on FE the base time is GMT so all runs a skewiff by however many hours.
Aug 2016
9:11am, 23 Aug 2016
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GlennR
Ted is right, it's all magic.

There is an issue with times from Garmin on Fetch which I raised with his Lordship a while back. He'll fix it eventually.
Ted
Aug 2016
10:24am, 23 Aug 2016
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Ted
TBH, I think the only time when training timings - to the hour - are correct in FE is when we move into Winter. #WinterIsComing
Aug 2016
2:57pm, 23 Aug 2016
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Molesy
#YouKnowNothing
Aug 2016
3:53pm, 23 Aug 2016
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Ultracat
Fetch always has me running an hour before I have actually run, for example if I run at 9am fetch always says I ran at 8am
Aug 2016
4:00pm, 23 Aug 2016
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Icelandic Trigirl
I've reset myself to Genova so hopefully it will have the right times now. I was in danger of getting a few unearned badges!
Aug 2016
10:39am, 26 Aug 2016
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Icelandic Trigirl
meh, still putting me down as a perky 5am runner.

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