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GPS Gets Thrifty!
Unless you want all the bells and whistles, you no longer have to pay more than $200 for a watch that tracks your speed and distance. Whether you’re a newbie who wants the satisfaction of counting every step, or a longtime runners looking to trade in your clunky wrist computer from 2008, a new crop of GPS devices allows you to invest without dipping into your savings.
A. New Balance GPS Runner 50086 GN $109, newbalance.com
B. Garmin Forerunner 210 $199, garmin.com
C. Timex Marathon GPS $125, timex.com