Hi, Now a question...I do not have a Garmin, I calculate my distance with post codes from one place to the other with the Road Map using Bing Maps. (I use the same route all the time up until now, since I think about W3 or so.) Therefore the distance may not be 100% accurate. Then I saw Garmins on sale at Tesco, then after more research, on e-bay, and then everywhere else. Can anyone/everyone let me know the suggestions regarding this please? I can afford to buy it, just wonder whether I can justify it. As some of you may know I signed for this year’s Race for Life and just started this fantastic running thing. So, due to the fact that I am a new Runner (since Laura said that I am now an official Runner!) I had to buy almost everything that I need to do my running which means I spent a fortune on myself. I always feel a bit bad when I spend a lot of money on me; maybe it is a bit of a ‘Mummy’ thing. Anyway now I really would like to know the distance of my runs as my aim is to complete my 5K under 30 minutes if I can help it, when I do Race for Life. I would love to buy a Garmin for me. So any suggestion, pros and cons are very much appreciated!! Many thanks!
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