March 21 2018
Evelyn Gosnell, head of product development and behavioral science at Shapa, explains the science behind the new, numberless scale.
GPS Gets Thrifty!
Unless you want all the bells and whistles, you no longer have to pay more than $200 for a watch that tracks your speed and distance. Whether you’re a newbie who wants the satisfaction of counting every step, or a longtime runners looking to trade in your clunky wrist computer from 2008, a new crop of GPS devices allows you to invest without dipping into your savings.
A. New Balance GPS Runner 50086 GN $109, newbalance.com
B. Garmin Forerunner 210 $199, garmin.com
C. Timex Marathon GPS $125, timex.com