@chrisbmx116 - did they let him go after he told them what it stood for? If so then that is design intent.
We could go phonetic 'luf-gus', but then that will really piss people off when they find out it is not an abbreviation.
Gonna see how it goes, just leaving work now. Will see how soaked I am by the time I reach Hammersmith. Maybe there around 7.30ish.
The Eagle - I will try and pop in on Thursday - providing nothing to drastically wrong happens at work.
Been using the Charge2 for a few weeks now. Pretty damn good. It does automatically recognise ad-hoc bike rides so I don't have to mark the activities as being 'rides' - but it does mean that the GPS has to be active if I want a proper trace to use with RWGPS. The dashboard is really good way better than what I had with the Moov. Also the app is really much better than I expected.
Yeah looking at the spider, just single chainring bolts should do the trick. It's voucher month for me! Going to start planning my mods.
I am think for my main use cases which is the sleep and activity tracking perhaps the Charge2 is the way to go after all. For the proper rides, the garmin have to do for now.
It would seem the Blaze and Charge2 need to use your phone's GPS via the app. The Surge has its own GPS so it just works. Bending to the Surge.
Apple Watch = never gonna happen.
Fenix = I like garmin stuff - but to be honest Garmin needs to wiseup. My Edge Touring has served me well, and I still use it for those Audax rides and tours. But in this age OSM+RideWithGPS App does a better job. If someone just made a generic long running Android device with GPS + 4G data. I would switch to it.
So the Surge and Blaze are at the top of my list. What do you do in the app to mark an activity as being cycling, a walk or a run. I assume when cycling the pedometer is ignored - or not? For a long ride can you export the GPS trace to RWGPS (or other)?
Got it- scratch vivosmart!
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