There’s a lot to love about the Soleus GPS 1.0, particularly at its $99.00 MSRP. Even though it’s one of the most affordable watches we offer with GPS functionality, it’s far from “cheap.” This model is proving to be a durable training companion for many runners.
Our customers have commented positively on its comfort, ease of use and long list of features, including speed and distance calculation, 100-lap data storage, and auto-detect lap splits.
So what’s Soleus up to now? They’ve added a few select features to the GPS 1.0 to create the GPS 2.0, now in stock.
All About the GPS 2.0
The $149.00 price tag for this model gets you all of the features of the GPS 1.0, along with the option to upload your run data to a Soleus computer application (currently PC compatible only), letting you slice and dice the data to evaluate your runs and track your improvement. It also boasts interval timing, with the ability to set up to five individual timers. The new GPS 2.0 combines both of these perks with all of the features of the GPS 1.0, making it a direct competitor with the Garmin Forerunner 210 and Timex Ironman Run Trainer GPS S+D.
OK, But I Need Heart Rate Data
Well stay tuned. At an MSRP of $199.00, the upcoming GPS 3.0 gives you all the features of the 2.0 along with a fabric chest strap heart rate monitor (HRM). This chart tells the full story of Soleus’ GPS line.