Beyond that, it’s basically identical to the existing units.
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Lastly, at the end of the day keep in mind I’m just like any other regular triathlete out there.
But first, we’ll look how it compares to other units in the running and triathlon realm.
I tried to put as many competitive units as possible into the same picture, including those that compete with both the Runner and Multisport editions.
But likely more importantly is because the rubber edging acts as a light barrier.
Light is the evil arch enemy of the optical sensor. Just to be clear, I’ve tested the old pods in the new strap, and it works great.
I write these reviews because I’m inherently a curious person with a technology background (my day job), and thus I try and be as complete as I can.
But, if I’ve missed something or if you spot something that doesn’t quite jive – just let me know and I’ll be happy to get it all sorted out.
This is used to to both charge the unit as well as to synchronize activities via your computer (PC or Mac).
The cable is identical to the existing cable, and works with new and old units alike.
And, for fun, you can also place the new pod in the old straps (not sure why you’d want to, but you can).