Lee Crane

Lee Crane

Lee Crane's career in action sports spans print, TV, and digital media; his work and handsome mug have appeared in and on Fox Sports, ESPN, and Transworld Media. Lee currently publishes several action sports websites and spends way too much time riding bikes and tracking those rides with all manner of digital gadgetry. He lives in Southern California with his wife and two children.

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Garmin’s Vivoactive 3 Is Ready to Pay

With the new Vivoactive 3, Garmin left the big behind and delivered a GPS multisport smartwatch that’s smaller, more refined, and a nice reminder that watches don’t have to be big and burly to deliver the goods.
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Garmin's vivosport is a powerful smartwatch disguised as a scrawny fitness band

The Vivosport may look and feel like a simple fitness band, but its onboard tech puts it on a par with many larger, more expensive smartwatches.
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Garmin’s new Edge 1030 cycling computer does it all in a big way

Garmin’s new top-of-the-line, feature-rich Edge 1030 GPS cycling computer puts all the info a cyclist needs right on the handlebars. We took the device for a spin to see if that extra data is worth it.
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Garmin puts you on the map with the Fenix 5X GPS multisport watch

The fenix 5X may be Garmin’s biggest, most expensive GPS multisport watch ever, but the maps alone make it worth the extra effort and expense.
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It. Does. Everything. Garmin makes the best fitness watch we've ever tested

With the Forerunner 935, Garmin packed all the features native to its category-leading Fenix 5 line into a smartwatch that’s heavy on functionality while remaining light on the wrist -- a feature any runner would appreciate.
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Suunto's Spartan HR tracks almost every sport, but can't seem to master life

With stunning on-screen graphics, stats, and performance metrics, the Spartan Sport Wrist HR is a great training watch, even if it does come up a little short concerning its nearly non-existent notification ability.