We would not normally do the sales promotion thing here on the Titaniumgeek – however, we are rather keen on this brand and this is a super offer to you, our Titaniumgeekers. It’s been a tough year, where time spent with loved ones has been limited, so instead of buying for themselves on Black Friday,…
Don’t get me wrong, the Sunnto 9 is an incredible piece of engineering. It’s battery lasts for a long time – from 25 to 120 hours – depending on the mode selected. Personally, I’m a big fan of the Apple Watch and Apple’s approach of the app being king. What I mean by this is…
The NPE Runn treadmill sensors is a fire & forget way of turning a standard treadmil into a smart fitness device. On to the NPE Runn Review
I’ve been a fan AfterShokz for a while. When I initially saw the AfterShokz Xtrainerz, I thought they’d made a crippled device. I was wrong
Sports electrolyte drinks are vital during training, but your zwift cycling session & health may suffer if you don’t get the right balance
Suunto keeps pushing the boundaries of sport watch battery life. What has filtered down to the Suunto 5, and what didn’t make the cut?
Zwift RunPod has landed! Well, we said landed, but should we perhaps say appeared! We know that Zwift has the coding chops to produce amazing 3D worlds, but do they have the expertise to get into the hardware game? Well, the Zwift RunPod has a little secret…
Suunto has been gradually refining the Spartan line of watches over the years. The Suunto 9 is the companies latest top of the line watch, and they have made some very competitive improvements
Garmin Fenix 5 Plus Review: When More Can Mean Less OK cards on the table. To my mind, the Garmin Fenix series has never been a looker. Particularly when you compared it to the lines seen on any of the Suunto Spartan watches, and especially the new Suunto 9 – reviewed here Personally, I feel…
At the end of last year, the 200-pound fitness gorilla which is Garmin decided to get into the running power game. In typical Garmin style, they haven’t done it in the simplest of ways. Garmin Running Dynamics Pod is perhaps the most straightforward way to access Garmin’s power data. Let’s take a look!
The AfterShokz brand of headphones have been around for a few years now, but have always had a couple of minor niggles. Whether that was the weight, fit, or the hands free function. So will the AfterShokz Treks Air be a home run, or another headphone curio?
Wahoo has a range of heart rate monitors in the TICKR line, all using the standard chest strap. As optical heart rate devices have proliferated on smartwatches, we are also seeing the growth of stand-alone optical HRM units. How has Wahoo tried to differentiate themselves with the Wahoo TICKR fit?
I made no secret of the fact that in my mind the Suunto Spartan was a bit naff. The Suunto Sport HR, was a little bit less naff, with optical HRM. So is third time the charm for the Suunto Spartan range? Let’s see what the Suunto Spartan Trainer Wrist HR has to offer!
Optical heart rate monitors have advanced over the last few years, such that they are found on devices across the wearable spectrum. Polar has now taken the tech full circle with the launch of the Polar OH1, stripped of any associated watch, we have a stand-alone optical heart rate monitor to be attached to your…
Not all running tech costs the earth! Nowhere is that more evident than with Garmin’s Forerunner 35, which I’ve been putting through its paces over the last couple of months. So the question has to be if Garmin does a budget price, does that mean you only get budget performance? Let’s see!
For 2017 the Polar M460 receives a small spec bump from the original Polar M450. But Polar clearly shows that tight dimensions and even tighter pricing doesn’t mean you have to skimp on features. Plus if you ice the cake with Strava Live Segments, you might have a winning device!