Garmin continues to expand its huge range of GPS products with the release of the Forerunner 910XT, a multi-sports watch that can be used for cycling, swimming and running.

Over the years the company's products have steadily been getting smaller and sleeker, and the 910Xt is the latest example. With a very compact design it looks better than anything that has come before, yet it boasts a large clear screen that displays data from heart rate, speed, distance and much more.

For those really into their training, the 910XT’s Training Effect feature lets you easily measure the impact of every ride on your aerobic fitness. Training is also enhanced with Virtual Racer, charting your progress against previous activities logged on the 910XT or downloaded from Garmin Connect. We're running out of excuses for not training more now...

And if you swim as a way of boosting your fitness or you’re into triathlete events, the 910XT is designed with swimming in mind. It’s water resistant to 50m and offers extensive data like stroke count and swim efficiency.

“Forerunner 910XT marks a revolution in triathlon and multisport," says Andy Silver, EMEA Product Manager Fitness. “It is unique in that it provides precise swim data in the pool and in open water, as well as accurate speed, distance and altitude readings in real time when cycling and running helping the athlete to pace him or herself perfectly and overcome the challenges of the triathlon and multi sport events. Forerunner 910XT will record, motivate and guide every stroke, every pedal rev and every step of the way, making this the world’s most complete training watch ever."

Forerunner 910XT will be available mid November 2011 with a suggested retail price of £359 without HRM & £389 with HRM.

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