Thursday, October 19, 2017

Suunto T4c Review – A heart rate monitor with a coach inside

April 28, 2009 by · 23 Comments 

I am injured. I injured myself because I was trying to do too much too fast. Specifically, I have a non-serious, but rather painful overuse knee injury. However, the type of injury I currently have is not important. The point is that I tried to do too much too soon in hopes of ‘speeding up’ […]

Suunto Road Bike Pod Review

April 6, 2009 by · 30 Comments 

As some of you may know, I’m really into cycling. I think it is partially due to the tech that is inherent in the sport, but also because of the freedom you get at self-powered speeds. In order to track my progress in not only improving my fitness, but also in my distance from point […]

Digital Display Wrist Watches: An identity crisis?

December 17, 2008 by · 17 Comments 

Image by late night movie via Flickr Ever since I can remember, I have been into watches. I have had just about all the cool ones you can have as a kid (calculator watch, radio watch, original G-shock, etc) as well as some of the cool ones you can have as an adult (the Swiss […]

Nike Triax Speed 100 watch review

December 7, 2008 by · 93 Comments 

Ever since I started cycling more and more, using an analog watch on my bike started becoming more of an issue since the vibrations can damage mechanical movements. So, I ventured on a quest to find a cheap, reliable, and highly visible digital watch for me to use whilst I biked. After much research, I […]

Old Skool Swatch Watches bring back memories…

December 11, 2007 by · 7 Comments 

We all remember our first watch… probably because we very much wanted one and our parents finally caved in, or perhaps because it made you feel grown up and important… You actually had to keep time and a schedule. For most of us my age and thereabouts, our first watch was a Swatch. I remember […]