The application displays, right in your field of vision the key information that matters to track and improve your performance.

On the Android/IOs mobile application, the following real time data can be displayed in your glasses.

Please check here the list of data that can be monitored through the Garmin application.

Note that some of the below data display require the pairing of external sensors for the data to be displayed: Heart rate monitor, cadence or power sensor. Sensor are not provided.

Duration : Time elapsed since the launch of the activity.

Speed : Instantaneous speed. It is calculated from GPS data or, if connected, from your speed sensor. Remember to set the size of your wheel in the corresponding menu to obtain the correct speed.

Average speed : Average of your speed since the start of the activity.

Maximum speed: Maximum speed value recorded since the start of the activity. Note that instabilities in the reception of the GPS signal can generate erratic values ​​which may distort the maximum value.

Distance : Distance covered since the start of the activity. Erratic values ​​received by the GPS may distort the total distance traveled, especially over long stationary periods. In this case, consider pausing the activity.

Altitude: This data is calculated from the information returned by the GPS.

Elevation gain: Cumulative change in altitude since the start of the activity.

Ascent speed : The ascent speed represents your vertical speed: a positive elevation per unit of time.

Pace : Average time per kilometer.

Average pace : Pace since the start of the activity.

Heart rate: Requires connection of an external sensor. Make sure your sensor is working with a Bluetooth connection. Connection is made in the 'settings' tab (4th tab) of the application.

Average heart rate : Your average heart rate since the start of the activity. Requires connection of an external sensor.

Maximum hear rate: Your maximum heart rate since the start of the activity. Requires connection of an external sensor.

Cadence: Cadence of pedaling as part of a 'cycling' activity. Requires connection of an external sensor. Connection is made in the 'settings' tab (4th tab) of the application.

Avg. cadence. : Your average pedaling pace since the start of the activity. Requires connection of an external sensor.

Max. cadence : Your maximum pedaling pace since the start of the activity. Requires connection of an external sensor.

Power : Your instantaneous developed power. A smoothing factor (0 to 10 seconds) can be defined in the 'settings' tab of the application. Requires connection of an external sensor. Make sure your sensor is working with a Bluetooth connection. Connection is made in the 'settings' tab (4th tab) of the application.

Avg. power : average power developed since the start of the activity. Requires connection of an external sensor.

Max power : The maximum power developed since the start of the activity. Requires connection of an external sensor.

Normalized power : Normalized power is a measure of the average power as actually 'felt': by overweighting the power peaks and discarding the rest times, it is more representative of the overall effort than the average power. Its evaluation requires the connection of a power meter.

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