Piatok, 2016, februára 12 | Verzia 0.7-upd_J-upd
By its nature it takes a couple of minutes to lock onto the pace but once that's done this is a very good data field and better than instant pace or lap pace. I did a run aiming for a steady pace today, and it worked well. The 2-minute timeframe means there are still some fluctuations if the watch drops gps or otherwise misses a beat but I doubt they can be eradicated altogether. And they pass quickly enough. I think I may try the 1-minute version.
A simple but smart idea well executed. Thank you!
Sobota, 2015, apríla 18 | Verzia 0.7
I used this data field because F3 pace was unusable. I experienced it during Paris Marathon, It worked perfectly all along the run. Many Thanks for this.
Streda, 2015, apríla 1 | Verzia 0.7
Great field, really helpful!
Utorok, 2015, marca 31 | Verzia 0.7
Very well functioning data field, so far I have encountered no problems.
The 2 min Average gives a very good indication of your current pace, without reacting to every little change you might have (short inclines/declines, people/bikes/rollerbladers blocking your path, and of course bad GPS data points).
I use it on any and all steady runs (slow runs, long runs and tempo runs), and (after two minutes) mostly also for long intervals (3km+).
I also look forward to the added functionality when they enable user input (trying out if mayby 1:30 would be as good), but until Garmin releases that I think that 2 minutes works very well.
A whole-hearted recommendation.
Nedeľa, 2015, marca 29 | Verzia 0.7
Nice field for pacing. I like it better than the garmin pace field. It would be good to have adjustable times rather than just a 2 minute avg, however I understand that's a current limitation that's beyond your control. Great job and thanks for your work in this. Would there be a way to date the revisions to the field? I assume after a rev is published we have to manually redownload the field so a date on each rev in the history would be helpful.