Motorola MotoActv GPS fitness tracker: Video unboxing
By BikeRadar UK | Wednesday, February 15, 2012 3.20pm
The Motorola MotoActv Paul Stevenson/BikeRadar.com
We got a first glimpse of Motorola's MotoActv - an all-in-one training device, GPS tracker, cycle computer and music player - at the recent London Bike Show. And now here it is in full unboxing glory as presented by Cycling Plus Editor Rob Spedding.
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Keen runner and cyclist that he is, Rob has been pounding the pavements reviewing the product for future issues of Triathlon Plus (39 - on sale 6 March) and Cycling Plus (261 - 2 April). But the MotoActv is much more than a running watch and attached to a bike mount (which comes included as standard), it becomes a very able bike computer.
The £249.99, 35g device has many of the bells and whistles of its competitors, recording distance, speed, pace, calories, routes and heart rate (with optional £39.99 sensor). It's waterproof and has a claimed battery life of five hours for outdoor use (10 hours indoors), 8GB of storage, FM radio capability and a 1.6in colour screen.
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