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Swimming with Rocket Science

Satellite System for Greatest Accuracy

In the 1970s, the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) developed a new and exciting satellite system for global positioning to achieve the greatest accuracy with rocket navigation.

With a simple goal in 1989 – to create navigation and communication devices that can enrich lives – Garmin began as a handful of engineers around a card table. Their brainstorming session led to the company’s legendary focus on products based on the DOD’s global positioning system (GPS).

Garmin Delivers Water-Training Device

Now with Forerunner® 310XT from Garmin, adventure seekers have a GPS-enabled training device that’s not afraid of the water. Forerunner® 310XT will accurately estimate open water swim distance and average speed. It’ll also accurately compute time, distance, pace, elevation, and heart rate for land training. And it goes from wrist to bike in seconds with optional quick-release mounts. But wait, there’s more: when you’re done training, Forerunner® 310XT can wirelessly send the training data to your computer!

Water resistant to 50 meters, the Forerunner® 310XT is your all-in-one GPS-enabled training device.

  • New vibration alert
  • Faster satellite acquisition
  • Battery life: up to 20 hours before recharging

Garmin at Best of Kentuckiana

Improve your swimming with GPS rocket science today with a Forerunner® 310XT from Ken Combs Running Store.

Ken Combs Running Store has your best selection of GPS-enabled training devices and everything else you need for walking, running, swimming, and multi-sport training in the Kentuckiana region. It’s why more people in the region say the Best of Kentuckiana sporting goods is Ken Combs Running Store – come by or call us today!

P.S. Special offer: Save $100 when you buy a Forerunner® 310XT – only at Ken Combs Running Store while supplies last!

Ken Combs Running Store
4137 Shelbyville Road
Louisville, KY 40207
Tel: (502) 895-3410

Store Hours
Mon – Fri: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. | Sat: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. | Sun: 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.

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