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Info GB-580P and GH-625XT
« on: August 03, 2011, 08:29:07 am »

Hello TWG_TECH4
 I would like to ask you a few question: I have a Globalsat GH625M and I use it for running and mountain biking. When I use the bike the battery does not last long if I use it with the heart rate monitor and then use it only to record the GPS track.

 I would like to buy a new device that has a battery that lasts more than, for use primarily in mountain bike out very long by 3 hours of ... For distances up to 20km.

 This is my graph made with the GH-625m and translated to be loaded on the Garmin website;-p

 http://connect.garmin.com/activity/103678839

 I hope you get to see :-)

 I was thinking Globalsat GB-580P for mountain biking and Globalsat GH-625XT for the race, unfortunately, I have not found any online store that sells them.

 A question on the Globalsat GB-580P, how long does the battery last? Comes equipped with speed sensor and heart rate monitor?

 What price have the GB-Globalsat Globalsat GH-580P and the 625XT? I can be shipped to Italy?

 Thanks for the information you want to provide.

 Joseph Zupo
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Re: Info GB-580P and GH-625XT
« Reply #1 on: August 03, 2011, 11:22:23 am »

JOseph I think your 625M battery has some problem because it should last more than 3 hours even with HRM. Maybe you should send it for repair?

Here are the answers for gb-580:
http://www.gs-sport.com/products.php?en_product_id=2

Battery life

GPS 3D fix, Backlight off – 18 hours

GPS 3D fix, Backlight on – 14 hrs

We are in beta testing for this product so not yet available to my knowledge.

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Re: Info GB-580P and GH-625XT
« Reply #2 on: August 05, 2011, 01:13:34 am »

Hello TWG_TECH4
 I would like to ask you a few question: I have a Globalsat GH625M and I use it for running and mountain biking. When I use the bike the battery does not last long if I use it with the heart rate monitor and then use it only to record the GPS track.

 I would like to buy a new device that has a battery that lasts more than, for use primarily in mountain bike out very long by 3 hours of ... For distances up to 20km.

 This is my graph made with the GH-625m and translated to be loaded on the Garmin website;-p

 http://connect.garmin.com/activity/103678839

 I hope you get to see :-)

 I was thinking Globalsat GB-580P for mountain biking and Globalsat GH-625XT for the race, unfortunately, I have not found any online store that sells them.

 A question on the Globalsat GB-580P, how long does the battery last? Comes equipped with speed sensor and heart rate monitor?

 What price have the GB-Globalsat Globalsat GH-580P and the 625XT? I can be shipped to Italy?

 Thanks for the information you want to provide.

 Joseph Zupo

Hi Joseph,

GH-625XT is used for training propose, the battery life is over 18 hours @ operation mode.
GB-580 is used for cycling exercise, you also can ask a wrist band to wear it as watch device.
The battery life is 18 hours @ operation mode.

We are facing material shortage of GB-580 now, the problem should be released soon. GH-625X is planed to mass production by Sep.
Do you mean you intend to distribute our goods in Italy? Please send email to Claire.deng@globalsat.com.tw and me for price and rule information.

Sincerely,

Geoffrey

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Re: Info GB-580P and GH-625XT
« Reply #3 on: August 05, 2011, 05:20:12 pm »

We have few GB-580P models available. If you are interested, please send email to info at team226.net

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Re: Info GB-580P and GH-625XT
« Reply #4 on: October 23, 2011, 03:21:19 pm »

Hi, I also have question about GB-580P.

Is there option to define multiple heart rate zones, and incorporate that with wanted time I want to spent in each zone?

To simplify...

Is it possible to input training like this:

10min warmup (90-145 HR)
8min interval (180 - 190HR)
10min slow (120 - 140 HR)
8min interval (180 - 190HR)
10min slow (120 - 140 HR)

As I manage to find in manuals in model GH-625 XT have that option.

I am from Croatia, and here in our stores is not possible to buy your products.

Is it possible to buy directly from some official online store?

Thank you in advance.

Br,
Krešo

EDIT:
I found on Dcrainamkers blog option that Garmin have for adding comlete training in wanted zones. Is something like that possible to create on GB-580P?

http://www.dcrainmaker.com/2008/09/how-to-download-workoutsrace-plans-into.html
« Last Edit: October 24, 2011, 01:32:47 pm by trdi »
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Re: Info GB-580P and GH-625XT
« Reply #5 on: October 25, 2011, 12:33:48 pm »

Can anybody help me with this?

It seems that I will try with Garmin Edge 500....
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Re: Info GB-580P and GH-625XT
« Reply #6 on: October 26, 2011, 03:41:08 pm »

Hello trdi,

I apologize for the delay. As for your inquiries regarding the GB-580P, I will check with our engineers about this.

Regarding the GH-625XT, perhaps you could take a look at this: http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-GlobalSat-GH-625XT-GH-625-Sport-GPS-Watch-/370552564311#ht_3082wt_825
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Re: Info GB-580P and GH-625XT
« Reply #7 on: October 26, 2011, 04:19:35 pm »


10min warmup (90-145 HR)
8min interval (180 - 190HR)
10min slow (120 - 140 HR)
8min interval (180 - 190HR)
10min slow (120 - 140 HR)

Hi Trdi,

Sorry I missed your post.

625xt have intervals options but not 580p yet.

But both have cardio setting:


[MAIN MENU] > [CONFIGURATION] > [CARDIO SETTING]

1.   You can select USE MAX or CUSTOM to set up your heart rate zone or guiding Max heart is calculated by 220-age.

2.   CUSTOM means you can set your own heart rate zone by yourself. You can select any percentage  or bmp for viewing.

3.   CUSTOM means you can set your own heart rate zone by yourself.
   
   

   
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