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Six Uses For The Garmin GTU 10

Garmin recently released a nifty little device called the GTU 10 that uses GPS technology to let you follow a person or object.

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Garmin recently released a nifty little device called the GTU 10 that uses GPS technology plus web-based tracking to let you follow a person, object or anything you want from your computer or cell phone ($199.99, Buy.garmin.com).

Here’s how we might use it:

» Track someone during a race on the bike/run

» Take it on a Saturday ride so significant others can see where you are without calling

» Leave it in a bike box as it’s getting shipped to a race

» Put it in your precious tri luggage

» Ask your faster training partner to hold it in case you get dropped

» Attach it to your dog (in case it chases a bird on your run)