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The Draw: Ultra-Long Battery Life Without The High Price

The Epson ProSense 347 is a mid-range multisport watch with an optical heart-rate sensor which easily tracks your heart rate, pace, and distance across swim/bike/run—no printer required. Interestingly enough, the ProSense 347 is actually just one of a series of units Epson offers, and if you don’t need the 46-hour GPS-on battery life, you can save $100 and grab the 307, which offers identical software/features at $249 instead—making it the least-expensive full-featured triathlon watch available. The one caveat: As of this writing, it doesn’t support cycling cadence sensors, though it sounds like that may be in the works. Still, it’s definitely an option to consider if you’re looking for something a bit different, if a tad clunky.


Review by Ray Maker

Jan Frodeno Reflects on His Final Ironman World Championship

Immediately after finishing 24th place at his final Ironman World Championships, the Olympic medalist (and three-time IMWC winner) explains what his race in Nice meant to him.