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Product composition������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������4

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Charging the battery ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������4

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Switch on and set the product ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������4

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Installing the heart rate monitor belt ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������5

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Key functions������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������5

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The watch’s main menus �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������5

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Activities offered by your GPS��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������6

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Starting a session�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������6

8.1. Searching for the satellite signal

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8.2. Searching for heart rate (ONmove 710 only)

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How to use in free mode ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������7

9.1.

Specifying activity options

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9.1.1. Target zone

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9.1.2. Lap information

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9.2.

Select a route

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9.3 Session progress

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9.3.1

Starting the session

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9.3.2.

“My indicators” display

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9.3.3.

Taking lap times manually

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9.3.4.

Pausing and stopping a session

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9.4.

Other displays available during session

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9.4.1. The “My rhythm” display

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9.4.2. “My route” display

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9.5.

Summary of session

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10� How to use the training mode �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������9

10.1.

Modifying a training programme

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10.1.1.

Structure and modification of a interval training programme

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10.1.1.1. Structure of a interval training programme

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10.1.1.2. Modifying a interval training programme

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10.1.2.

Structure and modification of a pyramid training programme

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10.1.2.1. Structure of a pyramid training programme

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10.1.2.2. Modifying a pyramid training programme

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10.2. Creating my training programme

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10.3. Consulting a training programme

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10.4. Using a training programme

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10.4.1. Specify activity options

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10.4.2. Progression of training

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10.4.2.1. Warm-up

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10.4.2.2. Series

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10.4.2.3. Series-break

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10.4.2.4. The Cool down

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10.4.2.5. End of training

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10.4.2.6. Other available training displays

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11� Using the challenge mode �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������17

11.1.

Free race

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11.1.1.

Free race with route

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11.1.1.1. Set your run

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11.1.1.2. Start the race

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11.1.1.3. End of the race

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11.1.1.4. Other displays available during your race

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11.1.2. Free race with distance

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11.1.3. Unlimited free race

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11.2. Self-challenge

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11.3. Maximum aerobic speed (MAS)

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11.3.1. Definition and purpose of MAS

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11.3.2. Doing the field test

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12� How to use guiding ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������20

12.1.

Create and select a route

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12.1.1.

Create a route

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12.1.1.2.

Using a previously saved session

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12.1.1.2.1. Select a route

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12.1.1.2.2. Route direction and guiding pop-up

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12.2. Access to start of route

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12.3. Guiding along the route

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12.3.1. Using the “my route” display

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12.3.2. Using guiding pop-ups

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12.3.2.1. Directional pop-ups

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12.3.2.2. Pop-up alert out of track

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12.3.2.3. Wrong way pop-up alert

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13� Using the stretching mode ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������22 14� Using the indoor mode ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������23

15� The library �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������23

15.1. Consult a session

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15.2. View a route

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15.3. Consulting and managing the memory

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16� Settings �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������24

16.1. Activity options

 

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16.2. Personalising the interface

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16.2.1. Display

 

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16.2.2. Fast Touch (ONmove 710 only)

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16.2.2.1. Fast

Touch

functions

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16.2.2.2. Fast Touch sensitivity

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16.2.3. Beeps

 

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16.2.4. Vibrator (ONmove 710 only)

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16.2.5. Lighting

 

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16.3.

General

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16.3.1. Language

 

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16.3.2. Time

 

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16.3.3. Units

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16.4. User

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16.5. HR belt (ONmove 710 only)

 

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16.5.1. Pairing with cardio belt monitor

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16.5.2. Deactivate HR monitor function

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16.5.3. Activate the HR monitor

 

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16.6.

Upgrade/maintenance

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16.6.1. Upgrading product

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16.6.2. Default settings

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17� Safety functions����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������29

17.1. Return to start line of previous session

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17.2. Display GPS position

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18� Transfer data to your PC��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������29

18.1. Install MyGeonaute

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18.2. Connect your watch to your PC

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18.3. Importing your sessions

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18.4. View your sessions

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19� Troubleshooting ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������30

19.1. Abnormal speed and distance

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19.2. Detecting HR monitor belt (ONmove 710 only)

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19.3. Abnormal heart rate (ONmove 710 only)

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19.4. Heart rate information display not present or has no values (ONmove 710 only)

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19.5. Low watch battery

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19.6. Restore default settings

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19.7. The watch has frozen and is not responding

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19.8. The watch’s memory is low

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20� Summary of available functions �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������31 21� Technical features ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������31 22� Compatible accessories ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������32 23� Change HR belt battery (ONmove 710 only) ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������32 24� Recommendations for use ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������33 25� Guarantee��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������33 26� Contact us �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������33 27� Index ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������34

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word from the product manager

Thank you for choosing this product for your running sessions. The ONmove 510 watch or ONmove 710 heart rate monitor have been specially designed to meet the needs of runners. They provide support during exercise, whatever your approach to running. If you want to improve, use the training mode. If you want to run freely but monitor your effort, use the free mode and target zones. If you like to discover new routes when running, take advantage of our guiding options. If you are very competitive, the challenge mode is perfect for you. After your session, you’ll be able to view the routes you’ve completed, analyse your sessions and monitor your progress using MyGeonaute. The navigation menu, which is available in 7 languages, will ensure that you quickly become familiar with the product. You can also personalize the screen which means you can access any information you want and only the information you want. We hope you enjoy your running sessions using your new product.

1� Product composition

 

ONmove 510

ONmove 710

GPS Watch

GPS Watch
GPS Watch

USB cable to charge the battery and transfer information to your PC

USB cable to charge the battery and transfer information to your PC
USB cable to charge the battery and transfer information to your PC

Heart rate monitor belt

 
Heart rate monitor belt  

2� Charging the battery

Plug in the USB power adapter to a USB plug and the pincers to your watch.

power adapter to a USB plug and the pincers to your watch. Connect to a USB

Connect to a USB port

Connect to your watch

INPUT: INPUT: XXXXX XXX XXX X MADE IN XXX XXX XXXXX XXX XXX X MADE
INPUT:
INPUT:
XXXXX XXX XXX X
MADE IN XXX XXX
XXXXX XXX XXX X
MADE IN XXX XXX
S/N: 000000
S/N: 000000
W KALENJI 300 GPS
W KALENJI 300 GPS
000000 S/N: 000000 W KALENJI 300 GPS W KALENJI 300 GPS The 4 metal connectors of

The 4 metal connectors of the pincers must be completely inserted into the 4 corresponding slots on the back of the watch.

80%
80%

When the watch is switched off and the USB cable plugged in, the battery indicator shows the battery charge level.

You are advised to switch off the product after use to extend battery life.

3� Switch on and set the product

Switch on the watch by pressing the

Set your product by entering: language, time, units, gender, date of birth, weight, height, max HR (maximum heart rate), max resting HR (resting heart rate). Maximum heart rate is automatically calculated from your age but can be adjusted manually. Keys used for setting:

age but can be adjusted manually. Keys used for setting: ON key. The first setting screen,

ON key. The first setting screen, “language”, will appear.

key. The first setting screen, “language”, will appear. Return to the previous screen Increase the previous

Return to the previous screen

Increase the previous value or choose in the list

language English
language
English

Validating the setting

Reduce the value or choose the next in the list

the setting Reduce the value or choose t h e n e x t i n

On/off (long press).

4� Installing the heart rate monitor belt

This chapter only relates to the ONmove 710 model.

1 Sensors
1
Sensors
Setting up the belt 2
Setting up the belt
2
3
3
Reception cone *118.08 inches
Reception cone
*118.08 inches

5� Key functions

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6

2

4 activities
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activities

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1. top: previous choice from list, increase a value, previous page of indicators from “my indicators” display, zoom in on “my route” display.

indicators” display, zoom in on “my route” display. 2. bottom: next choice from list, decrease a

2. bottom: next choice from list, decrease a value, next page of indicators from “my indicators” display, zoom out on “my route” display.”

3. start/pause: enter main menu of GPS, confirm a choice, start/stop the stopwatch during a session. Unlock product (hold down) when in energy saving mode.

Unlock product (hold down) when in energy saving mode. 4. back: return to the previous menu

4. back: return to the previous menu or screen.

5. : turn the product on or off (hold down), illuminate screen.

The side keys only work once a session is underway.

screen. The side keys only work once a session is underway. 6. screen: to change display
screen. The side keys only work once a session is underway. 6. screen: to change display

6. screen: to change display during the session.

underway. 6. screen: to change display during the session. 7. lap: to take lap times manually.

7. lap: to take lap times manually.

6� The watch’s main menus

After setting, and then each time you switch the watch on, your GPS will display the time, date and battery level.

on, your GPS will display the time, date and battery level. To access product functions more

To access product functions more quickly, you can press OK to eliminate the "Kalenji" and "Geonaute technology" screen animations that appear when you switch your watch on.

Energy saving mode

appear when you switch your watch on. Energy saving mode After 5 minutes of inactivity, the

After 5 minutes of inactivity, the watch will automatically switch to energy saving mode, indicated by a closed padlock sign at top right hand corner of screen. To exit energy saving mode and access main menu, hold down the OK key.

Press OK to access the GPS menu.

The

4 menus are listed and can be accessed by pressing OK . To navigate between menus use the

OK key. To display the time again, press the

key lets you return to the time.menus use the OK key. To display the time again, press the key. and keys. To

the time again, press the key lets you return to the time. key. and keys. To

key.

the time again, press the key lets you return to the time. key. and keys. To

and

the time again, press the key lets you return to the time. key. and keys. To

keys. To enter the menu of your choice, press the

activities
activities

my libraryactivities settings functions safety The activities menu lets you access the watch’s different modes, most notably,

settings
settings
functions safety
functions safety

The activities menu lets you access the watch’s different modes, most notably, free session, training, challenge, stretching and indoor activities, on which you will find a detailed presentation in the following chapter.

The library menu gathers the detailed reports of your sessions, your route and updates you on memory storage capacity.

The menu settings let you adjust the product interface (display, sound etc.), the general parameters (language, time etc.) or user information (age, weight etc.). They also let you manage the heart rate monitor belt (for the ONmove 710) and access the product maintenance menu (default settings, upgrade).

The safety menu functions lets you locate your GPS position or be guided to to the start or finish line of a previous session.

7� Activities offered by your GPS

of a previous session. 7� Activities offered by your GPS Free session: run at your own
of a previous session. 7� Activities offered by your GPS Free session: run at your own
of a previous session. 7� Activities offered by your GPS Free session: run at your own
of a previous session. 7� Activities offered by your GPS Free session: run at your own
of a previous session. 7� Activities offered by your GPS Free session: run at your own

Free session: run at your own rhythm and regulate your pace using target zones or activate auto lap information based on time and distance. You can be guided if a route has already been created or downloaded to the product.

Training: here you will find the most popular running sessions ( training) or you can create your own training session (new training) then let your watch guide you during the session.

Challenges: challenge yourself using a mode that lets you race against a virtual competitor (free race), yourself (challenge myself) or assess your MAS (maximum aerobic speed). You can be guided if a route has already been created or downloaded to the product.

Stretches: stretches are suggested for the various muscle groups in order to improve recovery following exercise. You can launch a list of predefined stretches. You can adapt this list to your own needs.

Indoors: this mode deactivates the GPS for indoor activities (treadmill, indoor athletics) while enabling you to save your session and check your heart rate (ONmove 710 only).

8� Starting a session

8�1� Searching for the satellite signal

Select your activity using the and keys and confirm by pressing OK� The GPS measures speed and distance. When entering free session, training and challenge modes, the watch will search for the signals of the nearest satellites.

The flashing satellite sign and the partially complete progress bar show that the watch has not found sufficient satellites to provide information on speed, distance and guiding.

to provide information on speed, distance and guiding. ok options route ok options route The filled-in,
to provide information on speed, distance and guiding. ok options route ok options route The filled-in,
ok options route
ok
options
route
ok options route
ok
options
route

The filled-in, non-flashing satellite icon and guiding.

The filled-in, non-flashing satellite icon and guiding. shows that the watch has located sufficient satellites to

shows that the watch has located sufficient satellites to provide information on speed, distance

satellites to provide information on speed, distance It is strongly recommended that you wait for a

It is strongly recommended that you wait for a satellite reception before exercising, otherwise:

- the distance and speed values given will be incorrect.

- the watch will struggle to receive the signal if you have already started running.

When the product is not used regularly or if it is used outside the usual area, it may take longer to search for a satellite signal (1-2 minutes), the time it takes to receive a signal from the satellites covering your position.

receive a signal from the satellites covering your position. Bad satellite reception conditions. The quality of

Bad satellite reception conditions.

The quality of satellite reception is affected by the environment and movement. In order to facilitate reception, it is recommended wherever possible to:

- Stand in an open area away from buildings and not to stand under trees.

- Stay still while the signal is detected.

Wait for GPS signal Start without speed and distance
Wait for GPS
signal
Start without
speed and
distance
retry indoor help
retry
indoor help

If you press OK before the satellite signal is found, you will be asked if you wish to continue your search. But you can also start your activity without measuring speed and distance.

If the search for the satellite signal is not completed, you will be asked to start the search again. But you can also use the indoor mode.

8�2� Searching for heart rate (ONmove 710 only)

When you enter one of the free session, training or challenge modes, the watch will also check that it detects a heart rate.

the watch will also check that it detects a heart rate. For your watch to detect

For your watch to detect your heart rate correctly, the belt must be well positioned and dampened as shown in chapter 4. Installing the heart rate monitor belt.

ok options route
ok
options
route

The flashing heart indicates that the watch is searching for the heart rate monitor belt.

ok options route
ok
options
route

The filled-in, non-flashing heart icon

ok options route The filled-in, non-flashing heart icon indicates that the watch has detected the belt.

indicates that the watch has detected the belt.

If the watch has not detected the belt after 15 seconds of searching, you will be asked either:

restart pair belt without belt
restart
pair belt
without belt

- to begin another search attempt to locate belt.

- to pair your belt (chapter 16.5.1. Pairing the heart rate monitor belt). In order to prevent the watch connecting with another belt, you must stand at least 20 metres away from other ant+ heart rate monitor belts. This is only necessary during the pairing procedure which memorises your unique belt identifier. You do not need to follow this procedure when searching for your belt at the start of the free, training and challenge modes. If the watch does not successfully pair with the belt, please refer to chapter 19.2. Detecting cardio belt.

- to continue without the belt, if you have forgotten it or don't wish to use it. To prevent the screen from becoming cluttered with useless information, your product will no longer display any heart rate-related information during this session.

any heart rate-related information during this session. If, when you begin your session, the watch has

If, when you begin your session, the watch has not detected the belt and you have not been offered the options outlined above, then your watch will not relay the relevant heart rate information (these figures will be replaced by “--”).

9� How to use in free mode

free
free

You are advised to use free mode when using for first time. This will help you become more familiar with the product and make it easier to use before moving onto other suggested activities, especially training and challenge.

9�1� Specifying activity options

ok options route
ok
options
route

When entering this mode, the watch will search for satellites and heart rate (ONmove 710 only). While it is doing this you can check and adjust your activity options.

options zone 150 -160 bpm auto lap every 1.00 km
options
zone
150 -160 bpm
auto lap
every 1.00 km

The activity options let you set a target zone and automatic lap information. You can also change activity options during the session (chapter 9.3.4. Pausing or stopping a session).

9�1�1� Target zone

options zone zone 150-160heart ratebpm auto lap speed off
options
zone
zone 150-160heart ratebpm
auto lap speed
off

The target zone can be based on:

- Heart rate in beats per minute (BPM) or as a percentage of maximum heart rate (% max HR). (CW 700 GPS only).

- Speed expressed in km/h, minutes/km (’/km) or as a percentage of your Maximum Aerobic Speed (% max) if this has been entered (chapter 11.3. Maximum aerobic speed).

If you have activated a target zone (example speed between 10 and 12 km/h), the watch will alert you, for a period of 5 seconds, that you have left your target zone.

A beep will alert you every time you leave your target zone provided that you have activated the pop-up alerts in the settings/personalised interface, beeps menu.

Alert showing you have exceeded your target zone

Alert showing you have not reached target zone

13 . 0 10 . 0-12 . 0 slow down
13 . 0
10 . 0-12 . 0
slow down
9 . 6 10 . 0-12 . 0 speed up
9 . 6
10 . 0-12 . 0
speed up

9�1�2� Lap information

options auto lap zone 1 150-160distancebpm auto lap time every 1.00km off 3 5'30''15 10
options
auto lap
zone
1 150-160distancebpm
auto lap time
every 1.00km off
3
5'30''15
10 . 9
km/h

Lap information can be based on:

- Distance (eg. every km).

- Time (eg. every 5 minutes). In both cases you can choose a value from the list.

If

none of the values suit, select “user” from the list and enter another value using the

If none of the values suit, select “user” from the list and enter another value using

and

If none of the values suit, select “user” from the list and enter another value using

keys.

If

you have activated automatic lap information, when the setting time or distance has elapsed, the watch will display the lap number, time

or distance covered during the lap and the average speed per lap, for a 5 second period.

A beep will alert you at the start of each lap provided that you have activated the alerts pop up in the settings/personalised interface, beeps

menu.

ok options route
ok
options
route

To start the session, once you have selected your options, return to the satellite signal screen by pressing the select OK to go to the next screen.

screen by pressing the select OK to go to the next screen. key several times and

key several times and

9�2� Select a route

The free mode also lets you choose a route and guides you along this route. Choose the route menu and select the route that you wish to take. All information relating to the creation of a route and guiding options (direction and guiding pop up) are explained in chapter 12. How to use guiding.

9�3 Session progress

9�3�1 Starting the session

ok options route
ok
options
route

Once you have selected your setting options, to start the session, return to the searching for satellite signal screen by pressing the several times and then select OK to move on to the next screen.

times and then select OK to move on to the next screen. key 9�3�2� “My indicators”

key

9�3�2� “My indicators” display

When in free mode, the watch will automatically show the “my indicators” display with useful information for your session provided in list form. 4 pages of indicators are available. If you have chosen a route (in this case see section 12. How to use guiding), the my route display will automatically be shown.

1/4 00:00’00 0km 0km
1/4
00:00’00
0km
0km
will automatically be shown. 1/4 00:00’00 0km 0km The watch displays the first 4 pages of

The watch displays the first 4 pages of available indicators with the stopwatch, distance and instant speed. On this first page CW 700 GPS users can also access instant heart rate in beats per minute. By pressing the and keys, you can access the 3 other pages.

By pressing the and keys, you can access the 3 other pages. The settings/personalize interface/display menu
By pressing the and keys, you can access the 3 other pages. The settings/personalize interface/display menu

The settings/personalize interface/display menu allows you to configure these pages of indicators as you wish: number of pages (1 to 4), number of indicators per page (1 to 4) and choice of indicators (chapter 16.2.1 Display).

- Press OK again to start the stopwatch and begin recording the session.

9�3�3� Taking lap times manually

Press the

5 seconds.

key to time a lap manually. The watch will then display the lap number, the lap time and the average speed during that lap, for a period of

time and the average speed during that lap, for a period of 3 5'30''15 10 .
3 5'30''15 10 . 9 km/h
3
5'30''15
10 . 9
km/h

If you press the

For example: Auto lap info set for every km. At the 1.5km mark, you start the manual lap info (press

The next auto lap info will start at 1.5km + 1km = 2.5km + 1km = 2.5km, then 3.5km, then 4.5km…

9�3�4� Pausing and stopping a session

During your session, you can pause the session and stop the stopwatch by pressing OK.

You can select one of the options, in the next menu, using the

can select one of the options, in the next menu, using the key, although you have

key, although you have set auto lap info (section 9.1.2 lap info) the next auto lap info will change accordingly.

lap info) the next auto lap info will change accordingly. key). and keys and then OK

key).

info) the next auto lap info will change accordingly. key). and keys and then OK .

and

the next auto lap info will change accordingly. key). and keys and then OK . continue

keys and then OK.

continue stop restart settings go back coordinates
continue
stop
restart
settings
go back
coordinates

Continue: re-start session where you left off. Stop: stop and save session (select yes on next screen to confirm that you wish to stop session or no to return to the pause menu). Re-start: return to the start of the session without saving (on next screen, select yes to confirm that you wish to stop session and no to return to pause menu). Settings: accessing product settings, activity options and product parameters (chapter 16. Settings). Go back: the watch will guide you back to the start line (chapter 12. How to use guiding). Coordinates: viewing current GPS coordinates.

9�4� Other displays available during session

In addition to the classic display on the indicators page, your watch also offers an alternative view of your session. To access this, press the

my indicators
my indicators
my rhythm
my rhythm
my route
my route
To access this, press the my indicators my rhythm my route key. 9�4�1� The “My rhythm”

key.

9�4�1� The “My rhythm” display

The “my rhythm” display provides very visual information about your pace. This page is particularly useful if you have a defined target zone.

The indicators shown are defined automatically depending on the various parameters (example: use or otherwise of the heart rate monitor belt with the ONmove 710) and speed or heart rate target zone etc The following example illustrates the my rhythm display during a session without a heart rate monitor belt and with a speed target zone.

Running time Target zone indicator with moveable cursor indicating position in target zone. With the

Running time

Target zone indicator with moveable cursor indicating position in target zone.

With the ONmove 710 model, if you have not chosen a target zone and you use the HR monitor belt, the watch will indicate your effort range depending on your heart rate:

- Recovery: below 70% of maximum HR,

- Endurance: between 70% and 80% of maximum HR,

- Soft resistance: between 80% and 88% of maximum HR,

- Hard resistance: above 88% of maximum HR.

9�4�2� “My route” display

The “my route” display is only available when a route has been selected at the beginning of the session (chapter 12. How to use guiding).

9�5� Summary of session

Once the session is completed and saved, you will automatically have access to a summary. Scroll down the session information by pressing the OK key.

stretching playlist detailed report exit to main menu
stretching
playlist
detailed report
exit to main
menu

At the end of this consultation, you can:

- start a stretching session.

- see a detailed session report, including lap information.

- return to main menu.

10� How to use the training mode

training
training
training
training

In the training mode, you will find different menus to meet all your different training needs.

In the training menu, you will find 4 different types of running training that you can select by using the ▲ and ▼ keys:

- Interval training consisting of 30 seconds of running followed by 30 seconds recovery, repeated 10 times. This is the famous 30/30.

- A training session involving 3 soft resistance repetitions, each lasting 5 minutes, with an equivalent recovery time.

- A full pyramid training with effort phases over 200m, 400m, 600m, 800m, 400m and 200m, alternating with adapted recovery times between each distance.

- Gradual acceleration training.

For the ONmove 710, the soft resistance and gradual acceleration training sessions are set with HR target zones.

interval 1 series of
interval
1 series of
start modify
start
modify

The name of the training session and the brief description beneath will help you quickly identify the type of training chosen.

Once you have selected the training, you can start or change the training at will. These training programmes are, therefore, also a good way of quickly creating a training programme using an existing base.

10�1� Modifying a training programme

training sessions are constructed in two different ways to cover the different possible types of training and to help you quickly devise your own training programme:

- Interval training.

- Pyramid training.

10.1.1. Structure and modification of a interval training programme 10�1�1�1� Structure of a interval training programme

interval 1 series of
interval
1 series of

In interval training, you simply specify a time or distance for the effort phase (action) and a time or distance for the recovery phase (recovery). Then you specify the number of repetitions (between 1 and 99 inclusive) and a number of series (between 1 and 6 inclusive). This format allows you to quickly create training programmes with a repeated action/recovery sequence. The 30/30 interval and soft resistance training plans are structured in this way.

The first line of the description indicates the number of series, the second shows the number of repetitions and duration or distance of the action/recovery phases. In this instance, 1 series of 10 repetitions of 30’’/30’.

You can use the 30/30 interval training, for example, to create an interval training programme with 3 repetitions of 500m/1 min.

10�1�1�2� Modifying a interval training programme

key to return to the menu

or a higher level. Example of how to modify the 30/30 interval training programme to create a programme consisting of 2 series of 5 repetitions of 1km with 2’00’’ recovery

time. Choose 30/30 interval training, then choose “modify”.

Use the ▲ and ▼ keys to choose the fields or amend the values, use the OK key to confirm and move to the next field and the

and ▼ keys to choose the fields or amend the values, use the OK key to
warm up on target off
warm up
on
target
off
warm up on target off ok
warm up
on
target
off
ok
warm on up target off ok
warm on up
target
off
ok
warm up limit distance time no limit
warm
up
limit
distance
time
no limit
warm up limit
warm up
limit
warm on up Target off ok
warm on up
Target
off
ok
warm up zones heart rate speed off
warm up
zones
heart rate
speed
off
warm up zones
warm up
zones
warm up zones zone
warm up
zones zone
warm up on ok
warm up
on
ok

The warm-up phase is automatically selected. The cursor is positioned on the Press OK to modify or press ▼ to select the number of series.

OK to modify or press ▼ to select the number of series. icon representing the warm-up

icon representing the warm-up phase.

The cursor is positioned on the On key. If you want to cancel the warm-up, press the OK key and select off.

The warm-up is automatically set for 20’00. To change the warm-up time, select the value 20’00 and press OK .

You can then adjust the warm-up time by modifying either distance or time. In both instances, an alert will notify you at the end of the anticipated warm-up time. But you can also increase or decrease this time. If you choose an unlimited warm-up, there will be no alert at the end of the warm-up period.

In this example, we chose to base our warm-up on distance by selecting distance on the previous screen. Choose one of the values from the proposed list or specify the value yourself by choosing user and by changing the value using the ▲ and ▼ keys.

Once you have chosen warm-up time or distance using the ▲ and ▼ keys and then confirmed with OK, a summary of your warm-up programme will appear on your screen. You can adjust the intensity of the programme by selecting the target zone which is automatically switched to off.

You can base your target zone on speed (in km/h or minutes/km) or, in the case of the ONmove 710 watch, on heart rate (beats per minute or as a percentage of maximum heart rate). Select off if you do not wish to use the target zone.

In this example, the target zone is based on speed in km/h. Select km/h to amend values of target zone.

Select the lower limit and change the value using the ▲ and ▼ keys and then press OK to amend the upper limit in the same way. Press OK to confirm the target zone.

Select OK using the ▼ key to confirm your warm-up programme.

warm up on
warm up
on

The cursor will again move to the

programme. warm up on The cursor will again move to the icon representing the warm-up phase.

icon representing the warm-up phase.

series ok
series
ok

Using the ▼ key, select the

the warm-up phase. series ok Using the ▼ key, select the icon, representing series and press

icon, representing series and press OK to amend the content.

The cursor will move to the action phaserepresenting series and press OK to amend the content. . Press OK to amend or ▼

amend the content. The cursor will move to the action phase . Press OK to amend

. Press OK to amend or ▼ to change the recovery phase

.
.
action target off
action
target
off

As with the warm-up phase, you can also amend the distance or time of the action phase and set a target zone.

action target off
action
target
off

In our example, a distance of 1km has been chosen for the action phase and the target phase has not been activated.

Once you have specified the settings for the action sequence, press the phase .

the settings for the action sequence, press the phase . key then the ▼ key to

key then the ▼ key to move the cursor to the recovery

. key then the ▼ key to move the cursor to the recovery Press OK to

Press OK to amend the recovery phase in the same way as the action or warm-up OK to amend the recovery phase in the same way as the action or warm-up phase.

1.0km 2'00'' x 10 x1
1.0km
2'00''
x 10
x1

In our example, the time duration, 2’00’’ has been chosen for the recovery phase and the target zone has not been activated.

Once you have specified the settings for recovery, press the

is automatically set to 10 for each training programme.

the is automatically set to 10 for each training programme. key then the ▼ key to

key then the ▼ key to move the cursor to the number of repetitions which

1.0km 2'00'' x 5 x1
1.0km
2'00''
x 5
x1
1.0km 2'00'' x 5 x1
1.0km
2'00''
x 5
x1

You can amend the number of repetitions by pressing OK, then the ▲ and ▼ keys to change the value. In our example, this has been set to 5.

Once you have amended the number of repetitions, press OK to confirm then the ▼ key to move the cursor to the number of series (X1) and press OK.

number of series
number of
series

Change the number of series by pressing the ▲ and ▼ keys.

number of series x 2
number of
series
x 2

The number of series has been set at 2. The

of series x 2 The number of series has been set at 2. The icon indicates

icon indicates that the number of series has been doubled.

Press OK to move the cursor to the OK to move the cursor to the

has been doubled. Press OK to move the cursor to the icon representing the number of

icon representing the number of series.

cool down on 5'00'' target ok off
cool down
on
5'00''
target
ok
off

Press the ▼ key to select the

without a target zone. Press OK to amend this phase. To do this, please refer to the instructions on modifying the warm-up phase as the method is exactly the same.

icon representing the cool-down phase. In this training programme, the cool-down phase is set at 5’00’’

programme, the cool-down phase is set at 5’00’’ save as save as training new start main

save asprogramme, the cool-down phase is set at 5’00’’ save as training new start main menu new

save as training new
save as
training new
start main menu new training saved
start
main menu
new training
saved

trainings mysave as training new start main menu new training saved interval 1 2 series of Once

interval 1 2 series of
interval 1
2 series of

Once you have set the cool-down phase, select the

series of Once you have set the cool-down phase, select the symbol and press the OK

symbol and press the OK key to save the training programme.

It is not possible to amend a training programme; you are therefore advised to save it as a new training programme.

Once the training programme is saved, you can:

- Start your training.

- Return to main menu.

To recover this training programme, start at the main menu, choose activities, training and my training.

The name of your training programme will automatically appear. It replicates the type of structure used (interval or pyramid) and the number

created. The description indicates the number of series (2) then the number of repetitions (5) and the duration or distance of the action and recovery phases (1.00 km/02’00’’).

10.1.2. Structure and modification of a pyramid training programme 10�1�2�1� Structure of a pyramid training programme

In a pyramid training programme, each phase of training is individually defined and constitutes a block. This means that the duration or distance of each phase can differ from the preceding phase. Furthermore, each block created can be described as an action phase or recovery phase. You can increase the sequence created by changing the number of series which can range from 1 to 6.

complete pyramid 1 serie of: 200m/400m/600m 800m/600m/400m 200m
complete
pyramid
1 serie of:
200m/400m/600m
800m/600m/400m
200m

The complete pyramid and gradual acceleration training programmes are based on this structure. The first line describes the number of series and then, the second the duration or distance of action sequences only.

You can use this structure to create any type of training which involves different distances or time intervals during the session.

10�1�2�2� Modifying a pyramid training programme

The principles for modifying a pyramid training programme are the same as for an interval training programme. Use the ▲ and ▼ keys to select the fields or modify the values, the OK key to confirm and move to the next field and the key to return to the menu or a higher level.

the values, the OK key to confirm and move to the next field and the key

Example of modification of a complete pyramid training to create a training programme that includes:

- A warm-up phase.

- 4 series of 300m action phase/100m recovery. 200m action phase/100m recovery.

- A cool down phase.

Select complete pyramid training then select modify.

warm up on target off
warm up
on
target
off
series ok
series
ok
then select modify. warm up on target off series ok The warm-up phase is automatically selected.

The warm-up phase is automatically selected. The cursor is positioned on the

- Press OK to amend (see chapter 10.1.1.2, modifying a interval training programme).

- Press ▼ to select the series.

training programme ). - Press ▼ to select the series. icon representing the warm-up phase. The

icon representing the warm-up phase.

The cursor moves to the

icon representing the warm-up phase. The cursor moves to the icon, representing the series. Press the

icon, representing the series. Press the OK key to change the content.

The screen displays the first blocks of the series (identified by the number of the block, the time or distance, action or recovery) and the number of series.

Icon representing an action phase.or distance, action or recovery) and the number of series. Icon representing a recovery phase. The

Icon representing a recovery phase.the number of series. Icon representing an action phase. The cursor is positioned on the first

The cursor is positioned on the first block. Press OK to amend the content of the first block.

type action rest
type
action
rest
action target off
action
target
off
limit distance time
limit
distance
time

limittype action rest action target off limit distance time action target off You can modify the

action target off
action
target
off

You can modify the type of block by selecting action and recovery and confirm by pressing OK�

You can now amend the block parameters: distance or time, target zone. Position the cursor on 200m and press the OK key.

Select distance and press OK.

Use the ▲ and ▼ keys to select 300 m from the list of proposed distances and press the OK key to confirm. If the desired distance is not available, select “personalise” from the list to add the desired value, using the ▲ and ▼ keys.

Once you have confirmed the distance, you can select target off to adjust target zone (see chapter 10.1.1.2, Modifying a interval training session). In this example, the target zone remains off.

Press the

key to amend the next block.). In this example, the target zone remains off. Press the Block n° 1 displays the

Block n° 1 displays the distance 300m set during the previous stage. Press the ▼ key to select block 2.zone remains off. Press the key to amend the next block. type action rest rest target

type action rest
type
action
rest
rest target off
rest
target
off

Press the ▼ key to select “recovery” and adjust the distance over 100m in the same way as for block 1 as seen in the previous stage.

Press the

key to return to the previous screen.Press the

Press the

key to select the next blocks.Press the

Amend the next two blocks to set the distance of the second action phase (200m) and the second recovery phase (100m).screen. Press the key to select the next blocks. The original training programme used to create

The original training programme used to create our target training programme includes other blocks which are of no use for this programme.

200m 8 6 100m add remove ok x1
200m
8
6
100m
add
remove
ok
x1

Press the ▼ key several times to move to the end of the blocks list and place the cursor above “delete”. Pressing the OK key allows you to delete the last block on the list. Repeat the process until there are only 4 useful training blocks remaining.

add remove
add
remove
add remove
add
remove

To restore a block that you have accidentally deleted or which is missing from your training programme, place the cursor over + add and press OK.

Position the cursor over the x1 and press the OK key to access the series settings.

number of series
number of
series

The cursor is positioned over the number of series. Amend the value using the ▲ and ▼ keys. The number of series has been set to 4.

icon representing the number of series is increased as the number of series created is increased. Press the OK key to check the

The

number of series.

Press the OK key to check the The number of series. series The cursor is positioned
series
series

The cursor is positioned over the

number of series. series The cursor is positioned over the icon, representing the number of series.

icon, representing the number of series.

cool down target off
cool down
target
off

on Press the ▼ key to select the icon, representing the relaxation phase. In this training programme, this is set at 5’00’’ with no target zone. Press the OK key to amend this phase. To do this, please refer to the information on modifying the warm-up phase which follows an identical procedure (chapter 10.1.1.2. Modifying a interval training programme).

10.1.1.2. Modifying a interval training programme ). save as save as training new Press the ▼
save as
save as
save as training new
save as
training new

Press the ▼ key to position the cursor over OK save as and press the OK key to save the training programme.

As it is not possible to amend a training programme, you are advised to save it as a new training programme.

start main menu
start
main menu
trainings my
trainings my
pyramid 1 4 series of 300m/200m
pyramid 1
4 series of
300m/200m

Once the training has been saved, you can:

- Start your training.

- Return to the main menu.

To recover this training programme, starting from the main menu, select activities, training, my training programmes.

The name of your training programme is created automatically. It gives the type of structure used (interval or pyramid) and the number of

the programme created. The description indicates the number of series (4) and the duration or distance of the action phase (300m/200m).

10�2� Creating my training programme

We have just looked at the chapter 10.1.1.2. Modifying a interval training programme on how to create a training programme using a training programme. The second method consists of creating a training programme using the 2 menus suggested for this purpose: new interval or new pyramid training.

new interval training
new interval
training
new pyramid training
new pyramid
training

To choose the right training structure, refer to chapters 10.1.1.1. Structure of a interval training programme and 10.1.2.1. Structure of a pyramid training programme.

The “new interval” and “new pyramid” training menus are pre-set automatically to make them easier to understand and make it quicker to create a training programme.

The process of modifying these pre-set training programmes is exactly the same as modifying a training programme. To learn how to modify a training programme, please refer to chapters 10.1.1.2. Modifying a interval training programme or 10.1.2.2. Modifying a pyramid training programme.

trainings my
trainings my
interval 1 2 series of
interval 1
2 series of

To locate a training programme that you have already created, select activities, training, my training from the main menu.

The name of your training programme is automatically created. It gives the type of structure used (interval or pyramid) and the number of

the programme created. In the case of interval training, the description indicates the number of series (2) then the number of repetitions (5) and the duration or distance of action and recovery phases (1km/02’00’’).

complete pyramid 1 serie of 200m/400m/600m 800m/600m/400m 200m
complete
pyramid
1 serie of
200m/400m/600m
800m/600m/400m
200m

In the case of pyramid training, the description indicates the number of series and the time or distance of the action phases only.

10�3� Consulting a training programme

You consult a training programme in the same way that you amend it (see chapters 10.1.1.2. Modifying a interval training programme ou 10.1.2.2. Modifying

a pyramid training programme).

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Interval 1 serie of
Interval
1 serie of
start modify
start
modify
warm up on target off
warm up
on
target
off
0'30'' 0'30'' x 10 x1
0'30''
0'30''
x 10
x1

In the training menu, choose training or my training. You can only consult your training programmes if you have already created one (chapter 10.2. Creating my own training programme or chapter 10.1. Modifying a training programme).

Choose consulting training programme and press OK.

To consult or modify a training programme, select “modify”.

Select the training phases (warm-up Press OK to view details.

the training phases (warm-up Press OK to view details. , series , cool down by positioning

, series

phases (warm-up Press OK to view details. , series , cool down by positioning cursor over

, cool down

(warm-up Press OK to view details. , series , cool down by positioning cursor over the

by positioning cursor over the appropriate symbols, using ▲ and ▼ keys.

In the series phase, the number of

icons, but you can view the number of series at the bottom right hand of the screen.

the number of series at the bottom right hand of the screen. icons indicates the number

icons indicates the number of series. After series 3, the screen is no longer able to display all the

To view details of the action

time or distance of action or repetition and press OK.

(effort phase) or the recoverytime or distance of action or repetition and press OK . and view, in particular, the

or repetition and press OK . (effort phase) or the recovery and view, in particular, the

and view, in particular, the settings of the target zones, you must place the cursor over the

modifications? save yes no
modifications? save
yes
no
start modify
start
modify
interval 1 serie of
interval
1 serie of
start modify delete
start
modify
delete

Once you have consulted the programme, press the

Select no and press OK if you have not made any changes or don’t wish to save them.

you have not made any changes or don’t wish to save them. key as many times

key as many times as necessary to reach the “save modifications?” screen.

You will then return to the next screen.

Press the

key to exit viewing training programmes.screen. You will then return to the next screen. Press the training programmes can be amended,

training programmes can be amended, in which case a new training programme will be created and become available in the “my training” menu. My training can be amended, in which case you will then have the choice of erasing the original training programme or creating a new training programme. My training can also be deleted.

10�4� Using a training programme

training
training

In the training menu, choose your training program from the training programmes or my training.

interval 1 number of serie
interval
1 number of serie
start modify
start
modify

Once you have selected the training programme, press OK.

Select “start” and press OK.

10�4�1� Specify activity options

ok options
ok
options

After youʼve chosen your training programme and selected start, your watch will display the searching satellite signal screen and the heart rate monitor belt (CW 700 GPS only). Please consult chapter 8.1. Searching for satellite signal and 8.2. Searching for heart rate for all information relating to this stage.

options zones pop-ups on
options
zones pop-ups
on

While the watch is searching for a satellite signal you can activate or deactivate the target zone pop up in the menu option then press the key to return to the previous screen.

option then press the key to return to the previous screen. 10�4�2� Progression of training ok

10�4�2� Progression of training

ok options
ok
options

Once the satellite signal is detected, select ok and press the OK key.

10�4�2�1� Warm-up

The watch will display the first programmed phase for this training session which, in the case of a training programme, is “warm up

which, in the case of a training programme, is “warm up ”. warm up 10.0-12.0 The

”.

warm up 10.0-12.0
warm up
10.0-12.0

The target time or distance for warm up will flash at the top left hand side of screen. If no time or distance has been entered, the countdown will be replaced by a stopwatch displaying value 0.

A reminder of the session objective is displayed in the black box in the centre.

If the target zone has been set, it will appear at the bottom of the screen.

Press the OK key to start the session. The countdown will start. If you have specified a distance, you will see this decrease as soon as you start running. This countdown helps you visualise the remaining time or distance.

A few moments after the start of the sequence, the black box will disappear leaving a full view of my rhythm with the following information:

18 52 212 m km/h , 10.0-12.0
18 52
212
m
km/h
,
10.0-12.0

- on the first line, the distance or time remaining (see previous screen),

- on the second line, the time elapsed or distance covered since the start of the sequence,

- at the bottom left, a reminder of the sequence objective,

- in the lower right of the screen is the information relating to your target zone (current value and reminder of zone).

The watch will alert you when you have completed the specified time or distance for your warm-up. You can also decrease the envisaged warm-up period by pressing OK.

In either case, you can select from the following menu, one of the suggestions using the ▲ and ▼ keys and the OK key.

completed warm up continue next series stop restart settings go back coordinates
completed warm up
continue
next series
stop
restart
settings
go back
coordinates

Continue: to continue the warm-up. next series: to go to the next series� Stop: to stop and save the session (on the next screen, select yes to confirm that you wish to stop the session and no to return to the pause menu).

Re-start: return to start of session without saving (on next screen, select yes to confirm that you wish to stop session and no to return

to the pause menu).

Settings: accessing product settings, activity options and product parameters (chapter 16. Settings). Go back: let the watch guide you to the start line (chapter 12. User guide). Coordinates: viewing the current GPS coordinates.

To continue training, select “next series”.

10�4�2�2� Series

If you haven’t programmed a warm-up phase, the first phase of your training will undoubtedly be an action phase

.
.

In this case, the black box will show the number of the current repetition and the total number of repetitions in the series for interval training.

next action
next action

As soon as you have started a series, the watch will continue, without stopping, to the action

the watch will continue, without stopping, to the action and recovery phases. 00 20 52 m

and recovery

will continue, without stopping, to the action and recovery phases. 00 20 52 m km/h 14

phases.

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20
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As happened at the beginning of the warm up, the black box which signals the next phase will disappear after a few seconds and will instead be replaced by “my rhythm” with the following information:

- On the first line, the remaining distance or time.

- On the second line, the time elapsed or distance covered since the start of the sequence.

- At the bottom left an icon recalling the sequence objective.

- At the bottom right, information relating to the target zone (the instant value and reminder of zone).

At the end of the action phase, the next phase is announced in the black box. It starts immediately (in our case, the first recovery).

00 30 next rest 01 / 10
00
30
next rest
01 / 10

And it continues in the same way until the end of the first series. You can pause your session at any time during the series by pressing OK.

and

You can select one of the suggestions from the next menu using the

the series by pressing OK . and You can select one of the suggestions from the
the series by pressing OK . and You can select one of the suggestions from the

keys then OK�

continue next rest series break stop restart settings go back coordinates
continue
next rest
series break
stop
restart
settings
go back
coordinates

Continue: to restart the series where you stopped it. Next rest ou next action: to go the next phase (recovery if you were in an action phase or action if you were in a recovery phase). Series-break: go to the next series-break phase which separates the 2 series. Stop: to stop and record the session (on the next screen, select yes to confirm that you wish to stop the session and no to return to the pause menu). Re-start: return to start of session without saving (on next screen, select yes to confirm that you wish to stop session and no to return to the pause menu). Settings: accessing product settings, activity options and product parameters (chapter 16. Settings). Go back: let the watch guide you to the start line (chapter 12. How to use guiding). Coordinates: viewing the current GPS coordinates.

10�4�2�3� Series-break

series break
series break

The series-break is the recovery phase which separates the 2 series.

As in previous sequences, after a few seconds, the black box indicating the series-break phase will disappear and be replaced by “my rhythm” with the following information:

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00 45
102
m
km/h
9 8
,

- On the first line, the time elapsed since the start of the series-break.

- On the second line, the distance covered since the start of the series-break.

- At the bottom left, a reminder of the sequence objective.

As the target zone cannot be set for series breaks, there is no reminder in the “my rhythm” display.

As the duration or distance of this phase cannot be set, it’s up to you to end session by pressing OK when you want to move onto the following series.

You can chose one of the options from the following menu using the

chose one of the options from the following menu using the and keys and then OK�

and

one of the options from the following menu using the and keys and then OK� continue

keys and then OK�

continue next series stop restart settings go back coordinates
continue
next series
stop
restart
settings
go back
coordinates

Continue: continue your series where you stopped. Next series: to go to the next series. or Relax: go to the cool down phase when the last series is in progress. Stop: to stop and save the session (on the next screen, select yes to confirm that you wish to stop the session and no to return to the pause menu). Restart: return to start of session without saving (on next screen, select yes to confirm that you wish to stop session and no to return to the pause menu). Settings: accessing product settings, activity options and product parameters (chapter 16. Settings). Go back: let the watch guide you to the start line (chapter 12. How to use guiding). Coordinates: viewing the current GPS coordinates.

10�4�2�4� The Cool down

If it has been set, this phase will end your training session. After the last repetition of the last series, the next pop up will announce the cool down phase.

05'00'' cool down 01 / 10
05'00''
cool down
01 / 10

The target time or distance for warm up will be counted down at the top left hand side of the screen. If no time or target distance has been entered, this countdown will be replaced by a stopwatch which will display the value 0.

A

reminder of the session objective is displayed in the black box in the centre.

If

the target zone has been set it will appear at the bottom of the screen.

A few seconds after the start of the cool-down phase, the black box will disappear and be replaced by “my rhythm” with the following information:

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0412
105
m
km/h
11 , 2
150-160

- On the first line, the distance or time remaining (see previous screen).

- On the second line, the time elapsed or distance covered since the start of the sequence.

- At the bottom left, a reminder of the sequence objective.
- At the bottom right, information relating to the target zone (the instant value and reminder of zone).

If you don’t wish to continue with your cool down until the end of the planned time or distance, or you wish to stop it, if you haven’t fixed a time or target distance for this phase, press OK.

You can select one of the proposed options from the next menu using

select one of the proposed options from the next menu using and keys then OK� continue

and

one of the proposed options from the next menu using and keys then OK� continue stop

keys then OK�

continue stop restart settings go back coordinates
continue
stop
restart
settings
go back
coordinates

Continue: restart series where you stopped it. Stop: to stop and save the session (on the next screen, select yes to confirm that you wish to stop the session and no to return to the pause menu). Restart: return to start of session without saving (on next screen, select yes to confirm that you wish to stop session and no to return to the pause menu). Settings: accessing product settings, activity options and product parameters (chapter 16. Settings). Go back: the watch will guide you back to the start line (chapter 12. How to use guiding). Coordinates: viewing the current GPS coordinates.

10�4�2�5� End of training

There are two ways of finishing training:

- Wait for the end of the training programme.

The next pop up will signal the end of your training session. You will then be given the choice to continue or stop.

finish yes stop no
finish
yes
stop
no

Select yes to finish and save your training.

If you choose to continue, the watch will interpret this additional training time as a cool down session.

- Stopping voluntarily

stop and save? yes no
stop and save?
yes
no

To do this, press the OK key at any stage during your training session then select stop (see different phases above) and confirm by selecting yes on the next screen.

However you choose to finish your training session, once saved, you will receive an overall report of your session. Press the OK key to scroll through the information.

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stretching
playlist
detailed
report
main exit to menu

At the end of this consultation, you can:

- start a stretching session

- see detailed report of session, including information broken down by sequence.

- return to main menu

10�4�2�6� Other available training displays

During your training, you can access other displays relating to your session by pressing the

other displays relating to your session by pressing the key. In addition to the “my rhythm”

key.

In addition to the “my rhythm” display automatically available in this mode, you can also view the “my indicators” display and the “my session” display.

“My indicators” display

1/4 00:00’00 0km 0km
1/4
00:00’00
0km
0km

“My indicators” display lets you display the precise information you require on the screen. The watch displays the first 4 pages of indicators available with the stopwatch, distance and instant speed. If you have a CW 700 GPS, on the first page, you also have instant heart rate in beats per minute.

By pressing the

The settings/personalize interface display menu lets you configure these pages of indicators as you wish: number of pages (1 to 4), number of indicators per page (1 to 4) and choice of indicators (chapter 16.2.1. Display).

“My session” display

(chapter 16.2.1. Display ). “My session” display and keys you can access 3 other pages. series

and

(chapter 16.2.1. Display ). “My session” display and keys you can access 3 other pages. series

keys you can access 3 other pages.

series 2/2 3/10
series 2/2
3/10

The my session display lets you see what stage you are at in your training session at any moment: warm-up, series or cool down. In this example, the phase in progress is the 3 rd recovery of the second series.

11� Using the challenge mode

The challenge mode combines a fun mode based on simulating a competition with a virtual competitor and a fitness test, the maximum aerobic speed test.

11�1� Free race

free race
free race

The free run can be done in three different ways:

- By following a memorised route stored in the watch.

- By following a free route where you can specify the distance.

- Unlimited mode: no distance defined. You can stop when you want.

11�1�1� Free race with route 11�1�1�1� Set your run

race type route distance no limit
race type
route
distance
no limit

To do this, choose the “route” menu and select route to follow. All information relating to the creation of a route and guiding options (direction and guiding pop up) are explained in chapter 12. How to use guiding.

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competitor
moderate
vs. me competitor 11 , 0km/h
vs.
me
competitor
11 , 0km/h
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ok
options
options every auto lap 1,00 km guiding pop-up off
options
every auto lap 1,00 km
guiding pop-up
off

Once you have specified the route and options, adjust the speed of your virtual competitor by pressing the ▲ and ▼ keys then press OK.

During the race, the black figure shows your position and the white figure that of your competitor. Press the OK key again.

Your watch displays the searching for satellite signal screen and heart rate monitor belt screen (CW 700 GPS only) Please consult chapters 8.1. Searching for satellite signal and 8.2 Searching for heart rate signal (ONmove 710 only)) for all information relating to this phase.

While the watch is searching for the satellite signal, you can activate and set a lap time. Consult the chapter 9.1.2. Lap info. At this level, you can also activate or deactivate the guiding pop-ups.

Press the

At this level, you can also activate or deactivate the guiding pop-ups. Press the key to

key to return to the previous screen.

11�1�1�2� Start the race

ok options
ok
options

Once the satellite signal is detected, select ok and press the OK key.

start: signal is detected, select ok and press the OK key. The watch will automatically display the

The watch will automatically display the “my routes” display to take you to the start line. The dotted line indicates the direction you need to take from your current position to reach the start line.

See chapter 12. How to use guiding for all information related to how to use my route display.

the you start reached line press ok
the you start reached line
press ok

ready use my route display. the you start reached line press ok next: Once you’ve reached the

next: my route display. the you start reached line press ok ready Once you’ve reached the start

Once you’ve reached the start line, press the OK key.

You are ready to start the race. Press the OK key again; a 3 second countdown will begin; start running when this has finished.

The watch will automatically show the “my route” display which allows you to follow your race itinerary. Your position is shown by a black figure.

Race leader pop-ups:

you have just lost the lead ! !

The auto lap pop-up:

At the start of the race, and then at each change of position, the watch will indicate whether you or your competitor is in the lead.

10 , 9
10 , 9

If you have activated auto lap info, when the time or distance set has elapsed, the watch will display for a period of 5 seconds the number of the lap, the time taken or distance during the lap and the average distance for the lap. See chapter 9.1.2. Auto lap for further information.

11�1�1�3� End of the race

When you have reached the finish line, the watch will indicate whether you or your competitor has won the race.

You have won

Finish!
Finish!

Your competitor has won

Finish!
Finish!

Press the OK key; your race is automatically saved and you can then access a summary of your session. Scroll down the session information by pressing the OK key.

playlist stretching detailed report exit to main menudown the session information by pressing the OK key. At the end of this consultation, you

At the end of this consultation, you can:

- start a stretching session.

- see a detailed session summary including information per sequence.

- return to main menu.

11�1�1�4� Other displays available during your race

During your training, you can access other displays about your race by pressing the

can access other displays about your race by pressing the key . The “my rhythm” display

key.

access other displays about your race by pressing the key . The “my rhythm” display lets

The “my rhythm” display lets you see who (black figure or your competitor, white figure) is in the lead, your respective speeds and the distance between you.

The “my session” display lets you see the remaining distance to the finish line and the time elapsed since the start of the race.lead, your respective speeds and the distance between you. 11�1�2� Free race with distance race type

11�1�2� Free race with distance

race type route distance no limit
race type
route
distance
no limit

The free race with distance works in exactly the same way as the free race with route except that:

- You select a distance to cover instead of choosing a route.

- The default display here is “my rhythm”.

- The “my route” display is therefore not available in this mode. You can use this function if you want to run without following a specified route.

distance Increase or decrease target distance using ▲ and ▼ keys and press OK key. Apart

Increase or decrease target distance using ▲ and ▼ keys and press OK key.

Apart from a few specific details outlined above, the race with distance works in a similar way to the race with route. Please consult chapter 11.1.1. Free race with route for all information relating to race modes.

11�1�3� Unlimited free race

The unlimited free race works in the same way as the free race with distance but without specifying a target distance. You can stop the race yourself whenever you wish. This means you can use this mode as a fun pace setter. Please consult chapter 11.1.1. Free race with route for all information relating to race modes.

race type route distance no limit
race type
route
distance
no limit

11�2� Self-challenge

challenge myself
challenge
myself

The self-challenge mode lets you compete in a race against yourself running in a previous session.

When you choose this mode, you are asked to choose a session which has been previously stored in your product’s memory. Your race will take the same route followed during this session. Your competitor’s speed will be your average speed during the previous session.

This method is a fun and motivating way of finding out if you have made progress compared to your previous session.

The remainder of the mode is identical to the race with route mode. Please consult chapter 11.1.1. Free race with route for all information relating to race modes.

11�3� Maximum aerobic speed (MAS)

11.3.1. Definition and purpose of MAS

max aerobic Speed
max aerobic
Speed

The Maximum aerobic speed mode is a test mode that lets you assess your maximum aerobic speed which is the lowest speed at which an individual consumes the most oxygen (VO2Max). The MAS, assessed in tests of 5-10 minutes duration, is a good indicator of a sportsman’s potential performance and corresponds to middle distance races. For longer efforts such as long distance races, the MAS provides you with a rough estimate of potential performance although this is not entirely accurate and depends on the runner’s stamina. All endurance athletes (long-distance and middle-distance) aim to improve their MAS. They mostly do this through “interval” training including a series of successively intensive efforts, working in the region of 95-110% MAS, followed by short rest periods (of shorter duration than effort phase), calculated to allow for only partial recovery. There are several ways of assessing one’s MAS. The method used is very easy. It consists of covering a distance of 2,000m in the shortest possible time. It requires an intense effort. You are strongly advised to consult your doctor before undertaking this test.

MAS estimation: adjust do the test
MAS estimation:
adjust
do the test

After selecting Maximum Aerobic Speed from the “challenge”, menu and pressing the OK key, you can start the test or adjust your MAS manually if you know it. Providing information about your MAS or doing the test, means that you can activate a product option which allows you to set your target zones (free session or training) as a percentage of your MAS.

11.3.2. Doing the field test

Select “do the test”.

okMAS. 11.3.2. Doing the field test Select “do the test”. ok Your watch displays the searching

ok11.3.2. Doing the field test Select “do the test”. ok Your watch displays the searching for

Your watch displays the searching for satellite signal and heart rate monitor belt screen (CW 700 GPS only). Please consult chapters 8.1. Searching for satellite signal and 8.2. Searching for heart rate signal (ONmove 710 only) for all information relating to this stage.

Once the satellite signal is detected, select ok and press the OK key

You are ready to start the race. Press the OK key again; a 3 second countdown will begin; start running at the end of OK key again; a 3 second countdown will begin; start running at the end of this countdown.

will begin; start running at the end of this countdown. FINISH 1 estimation: new MAS save

FINISH 1will begin; start running at the end of this countdown. estimation: new MAS save delete The

estimation: new MAS save delete
estimation: new MAS
save
delete

The watch will display the my indicators display with the following information:

Remaining distance, time elapsed, current speed and heart rate (ONmove 710 only). This information cannot be amended in the MAS test mode.

A pop up will tell you when you have covered 2,000 metres. You will then be able to access a summary of your test. You can scroll through the information by pressing OK�

At the end of the report, you can choose to save or discard your MAS value.

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The test has
no value
if paused
restart
stop

If the test is interrupted before you have covered the 2,000m, the MAS calculation cannot be completed.

12� How to use guiding

next : next

Your watch can guide you along a pre-specified route. The “my race” display lets you see your position in terms of the route and the distance from the next way-point.

The my route display is available each time the guiding function is activated:

- In free mode when you choose a route.

- In the challenge mode with route.

- In the self-challenge mode.

- When you choose “go back” after pausing your session, irrespective of the mode being used.

- When you use the safety option to return to the beginning of a route.

When the guiding function is not activated, the my route display is not available.

12�1� Create and select a route

12�1�1� Create a route

There are two ways of creating a route:

Create a route There are two ways of creating a route: A route consists of a

A route consists of a series of guiding points also called way-points linked to each other by straight lines. Guiding simply consists of taking the user from one point to another.

There are two ways of creating a route:

- using MyGeonaute.

- using a previous session.

12�1�1�1� Using MyGeonaute

Go to your myGeonaute.com section and make sure you have ONconnect. You can find ONconnect on www.start.geonaute.com Go to the Itineraries tab. From this tab you can:

- Find the itineraries from your previous sessions

- Creat a point-by-point or automatic itinerary

- Import a .kml or .gpx file To send your itinerary to your product, select the itineraries you want and click on "Send to my product" Then connect your product to your computer then start ONconnect. Your itinerary will be transferred to your product automatically. It will be stored in the ONconnect "Itinerary" category.

If it doesn't appear, click on the "Synchronise with myGeonaute.com" button.

You can delete the itineraries in your product using Onconnect whenever you want. Simply select them and click on the wastepaper bin.

the itineraries in your product using Onconnect whenever you want. Simply select them and click on

12�1�1�2� Using a previously saved session

12�1�1�2� Using a previously saved session laps map delete new route my routes In the main
laps map delete new route
laps
map
delete
new route

my routesa previously saved session laps map delete new route In the main menu, choose library, my

In the main menu, choose library, my workouts. Choose the session with the route that you want to use. Press the “create route” and press OK key

The route from this session has been created. It is stored in the library, my routes.

12�1�1�2�1� Select a route

ok options route
ok
options
route
Grand tour
Grand tour

One the route is created, select “route” either at the start of the free session mode or the race mode with route.

Choose your route from the available list using the

route. Choose your route from the available list using the and keys then press the OK

and

Choose your route from the available list using the and keys then press the OK key

keys then press the OK key

12�1�1�2�2� Route direction and guiding pop-up

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direction? guiding
normal
reverse

Once you have chosen the route to follow, choose the direction of route (normal or reverse) and press the OK key.

guiding pop-up? Yes no
guiding
pop-up?
Yes
no

Select yes or no to activate the guiding pop-ups and, then press the OK key.

activate the guiding pop-ups and, then press the OK key. key until you select There are

key until you select

There are two types of guiding pop-ups:

- Directional pop-ups These are temporary displays that appear in the my route display (12.3.1. Using my route display) when approaching a way-point. This pop-up appears when you consult a display other than “my route” so that you don’t miss a change of direction. It disappears once the guiding point has been reached.

- The route error pop-up (out of track, wrong direction). This is a temporary message alert when you deviate significantly from the route or when you don’t follow the route in the right direction. These pop-ups may be shown for all viewed displays, including route.

may be shown for all viewed displays, including route. The activation of guiding pop-ups automatically deactivates

The activation of guiding pop-ups automatically deactivates the target zone and lap info to avoid the clashing of route-related information and information related to the actual race. However, even if the lap pop-ups are not displayed, the lap information that you have set in your options is saved and you can find it in your session report.

Consult chapter 12.3.2. How to use pop-up guiding for more information on use of guiding pop-ups.

12�2� Access to start of route

ok options
ok
options

start: start

Once you have chosen the route and the guiding options (direction of route and guiding pop-up) as well as other possible mode options, return to the searching for satellite signal screen. Wait until the watch has detected the satellite signal (chapter 8.1. Searching for satellite signal).

The my route window is automatically displayed. The watch will indicate the direction (directional arrow) and distance to start line for selected route. The dotted line indicates the direct route from your current position to the start of the route.

route from your current position to the start of the route. As the watch does not

As the watch does not have a compass, you have to constantly keep moving so that the directional arrow can indicate the direction to follow.

The

directional arrow can indicate the direction to follow. The and keys let you zoom in and

and

keys let you zoom in and out respectively to display more or less information about the route.arrow can indicate the direction to follow. The and the you start reached line press ok

the you start reached line press ok
the you start reached line
press ok

The watch alerts you when you reach the start line. Then press the OK key.

12�3� Guiding along the route

Once you have reached the start of the route, you can then be guided along the entire route.

12�3�1� Using the “my route” display

next::
next::

The route to be taken is marked by a light grey line with white circles marking the way-points. The next point to be reached is circled in black. Its distance and direction are shown at the top of the screen. The path that you have covered is marked by a black line. When the two lines are superimposed, this means that you are on the route.

are superimposed, this means that you are on the route. The and As the watch does

The

are superimposed, this means that you are on the route. The and As the watch does

and

As the watch does not have a compass, you have to constantly keep moving so that the directional arrow can indicate the direction of the next point.

keys let you zoom in and out respectively to display more or less information about the route.arrow can indicate the direction of the next point. 12�3�2� Using guiding pop-ups If, in particular,

12�3�2� Using guiding pop-ups

If, in particular, you want to follow your race settings using the “my indicators” or “my rhythm”, display but, nonetheless, want to be guided, activate the pop-ups (chapter 12.1.1.2.2. route direction and guiding pop-ups).

12�3�2�1� Directional pop-ups

next:
next:

As you approach each way-point, the watch will show the “my route” display and will indicate the direction to follow and the distance to the next point. Once you have reached a way-point, the “my route” display will disappear and be replaced by the previous display, “my indicators” (section 9.3.1. My indicators) or “my rhythm” (section 9.4.2. My rhythm). If the points are close together, the “my route” display will appear.

12�3�2�2� Pop-up alert out of track

out of track
out of track

If you deviate from the track, you will receive an out of track pop-up alert.

next:
next:

The dotted line and directional arrow will direct you towards the track.

12�3�2�3� Wrong way pop-up alert

wrong way
wrong way

If you are on track but you are heading in the opposite direction, you will receive a wrong way pop-up alert.

wrong way
wrong way

Until you turn in the right direction, the directional arrow will be pointing downwards and the message “wrong way” will flash.

calves
calves

To consult available stretches for a particular muscle group, choose the group and press OK .

calves 1 a particular muscle group, choose the group and press OK . The first position is shown.

The first position is shown. Press the

Once the position is ticked, it will appear in the play list. Press the OK key twice to delete from list.

If the position is not ticked, it will not appear in the play list. Press OK key twice to add.

not appear in the play list. Press OK key twice to add. key to view the

key to view the others.

playlist
playlist

To launch playlist, select playlist and press OK key.

.calves 1 .hamstrings 1 .quadriceps 2 .abductors 2 .gluteal muscles 2 play options
.calves 1
.hamstrings 1
.quadriceps 2
.abductors 2
.gluteal muscles 2
play
options

The upper part of the screen shows the muscle groups to be stretched and the number of the position in each group. Choose “option” to set time limit for the stretches and the number of repetitions.

.calves 1 .hamstrings 1 .quadriceps 2 .abductors 2 .gluteal muscles 2 play options
.calves 1
.hamstrings 1
.quadriceps 2
.abductors 2
.gluteal muscles 2
play
options

Select “read” and press OK to start the play list.

right side
right side

The watch will move through the positions that you have chosen during the allotted time and as many times as you have specified in the options list.

calves 1
calves 1

For each position, the watch will indicate, if necessary, the side you need to stretch, the pose to adopt as well as the amount of time remaining to hold each position.

As with the other modes, free session, training, challenge, you can press the OK key at any time to pause the session. You can then choose one of the

suggested actions using the

- Continue the session.

- Stop the session.

- Go to the following stretch.

- Return to previous stretch.

- Restart sequence.

stretch. - Return to previous stretch. - Restart sequence. and key and confirm by pressing OK

and

- Return to previous stretch. - Restart sequence. and key and confirm by pressing OK :

key and confirm by pressing OK:

14� Using the indoor mode

indoor
indoor

When the indoor mode is activated, it deactivates the GPS function.

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01'14 ''00
00'46 ''09

In this mode, you have access to: the “my indicators” display. This includes the time since the start of the activity and the lap time.

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133
recovering

00'50'' If you have a ONmove 710, provided that the belt has been detected, you can also see the heart rate in beats per minute in the “my

indicators” display as well as the my rhythm display. You can choose a target heart rate zone from your options (see chapter 9.1.1. Target zone). If a target zone is not chosen, the watch will indicate your effort range using your heart rate.

- Recovery: below 70% of maximum HR

- Endurance: between 70% and 80% of maximum HR.

- Soft resistance: between 80% and 88% of maximum HR.

- Hard resistance above 88% of maximum HR.

Please consult chapter 8.2. Searching for heart rate signal for all information about detecting HR belt.

15� The library

library
library

The “Library” menu which you can access from the main menu, lets you view and manage:

- Detailed reports of previous sessions.

- The routes that you have created (Chapter 12.1.1 Creating a route).

- Product memory.

15�1� Consult a session

After you have chosen “my workouts”, choose which session you wish to consult using the

Consult a session After you have chosen “my workouts”, choose which session you wish to consult

and

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.
1 8 .1 0.1 1 free 1,87 km
1 8 .1 0.1 1
free
1,87 km

The most recent session will appear at the top of the list. You can identify a session by following 3 features:

- Session date.

- Mode of session (free session, training, challenge).

- Session distance.

Press the OK key to consult the session selected. You will then be able to access the following menu:

session laps map delete new route
session
laps
map
delete
new route
the following menu: session laps map delete new route Session : view overall session report. Laps
the following menu: session laps map delete new route Session : view overall session report. Laps

Session: view overall session report. Laps: view details of each lap (automatic or manual).

Map: view the route (use the

Delete: delete the session. Create route: Create a route using this session.

session. Create route : Create a route using this session. key to zoom in and key

key to zoom in and

: Create a route using this session. key to zoom in and key to zoom out)

key to zoom out)

If you choose “session”, you will be able to consult distance, time, average and maximum speed, calories and fat burned, difference in height and speed of ascent and descent. Press the and keys to scroll through information and the key to exit session consultation.

information and the key to exit session consultation. If you choose “lap”, you will be able
information and the key to exit session consultation. If you choose “lap”, you will be able
information and the key to exit session consultation. If you choose “lap”, you will be able

If you choose “lap”, you will be able to access the list of laps with the number of the lap, distance and time of lap. If you choose one of the

laps using the

and time of lap. If you choose one of the laps using the and keys, you

and

and time of lap. If you choose one of the laps using the and keys, you

keys, you can view the same information available during the session.

15�2� View a route

Once you have chosen your route, choose the route you wish to consult using the

your route, choose the route you wish to consult using the and keys. Grand tour The

and

route, choose the route you wish to consult using the and keys. Grand tour The most

keys.

Grand tour choose the route you wish to consult using the and keys. The most recently created route

The most recently created route will appear at the top of the list. A route can be identified from the following 3 features:

- The name of the route that you have chosen, if created using MyGeonaute or with session name, if from session.

- The type of route.

- The length of the route.

Once you have chosen the route, you can consult the differences in elevation by selecting “details” or delete it.

15�3� Consulting and managing the memory

memoryor delete it. 15�3� Consulting and managing the memory remaining change sampling clear all The memory

remaining change sampling clear all
remaining
change sampling
clear all

The memory menu lets you see how many hours of storage remain, lets you manage the memory by altering the sample rate and finally allows you to completely empty the memory.

The watch automatically records data from your session every 2 seconds. With this sample rate (rate of storage/saving), it has 33 hours of storage capacity. The indicator shows how many hours of storage are available.

The indicator shows how many hours of storage are available. The menu “change capacity” lets you

The menu “change capacity” lets you alter the capacity of available storage. You can increase this capacity by selecting a 5 second-sample rate. Conversely, if you want maximum accuracy, you can choose a sample rate for each second. In this case the storage capacity will be halved relative to the default value (2 seconds). To change the storage capacity, choose “change capacity” and press OK . Use the and keys to increase or decrease the sample range. You will notice an immediate effect on the number of recording hours available.

Chapter 19.8. The watch’s memory is low.

available. Chapter 19.8. The watch’s memory is low . 16� Settings settings The setting menu contains
available. Chapter 19.8. The watch’s memory is low . 16� Settings settings The setting menu contains

16� Settings

settingsChapter 19.8. The watch’s memory is low . 16� Settings The setting menu contains all the

The setting menu contains all the parameters necessary to configure and update your watch.

16�1� Activity options

As the activity options are specific to each mode (free session, training, challenge), they can only be accessed via the settings menu when an activity has been paused. Activity options can always be accessed from the searching for satellite signal screen. For further information, consult the description of each mode.

16�2� Personalising the interface

personallzed interface
personallzed
interface

In this menu, you can amend all the necessary parameters so that the watch can provide all relevant information.

16�2�1� Display

In this menu, you can configure the “my indicators” display described in chapter 9.3.2 My indicators display.

set page 1 set page 2 set page 3 set page 4
set page 1
set page 2
set page 3
set page 4

Adjust the number of information pages that you wish to use (1-4 pages). Then select the pages to set the information on each page.

number of lines o n p a g e on page

Choose the number of the information item (1-4) required from selected page.

Select one piece of information to amend and press OK . OK.

values time stopwatch speed % MAS
values
time
stopwatch
speed
% MAS

You will be able to access a list of available indicators, as illustrated here.

Select the category of indicators chosen using the and keys

Depending on the category of indicators chosen, you can choose to have instant, average, minimum or maximum values for the entire session or lap.

Use the and

values for the entire session or lap. Use the ▲ and then press OK . key

then press OK.

entire session or lap. Use the ▲ and then press OK . key to make your
entire session or lap. Use the ▲ and then press OK . key to make your

key to make your choices and press OK to confirm or

to go back.

 

List of available indicators

1

Time: the time If you wish to consult the time during your session, leave this indicator on one of the pages.

2

Stopwatch: the stopwatch

- Beginning: from start of session.

- Lap: from the start of lap.

3

Speed: speed in km/h

- Instantaneous: instant speed.

- Average: Average speed during session or lap.

- Maximum: highest speed reached during session or lap.

4

% MAS: your speed expressed as a percentage of your maximum aerobic speed (the maximum aerobic speed should have been provided). See chapter 11.3 Maximum aerobic speed)

- Instantaneous: instant % of MAS.

- Average: average % of MAS during session or lap.

- Maximum: highest % of MAS during session or lap.

5

Pace: pace in minutes/km

- Instantaneous: instant pace.

- Average: average pace during session or lap.

- lap: from the start of lap.

6

Distance: distance covered

- Total: from start of session.

- Lap: from the start of lap.

7

Altitude: distance above sea level.

8

Cumul +:cumulative altitude gain (to an accuracy of +/- 50 metres)

- Total: from start of session.

- Lap: from the start of lap.

9

Cumul -: cumulative altitude loss (to an accuracy of +/- 50 metres)

- Total: from start of session.

- Lap: from the start of lap.

10

Speed of ascent: speed of ascent (climb) in metres per hour

- Instantaneous: instant speed of ascent.

- Average: average speed of ascent during session or lap.

11

Speed of descent: speed of descent (downwards) in metres per hour

- Instantaneous: instant speed of ascent.

- Average: average speed of ascent during session or lap.

12

Heart rate: heart rate in beats per minute (CW 700 GPS only)

- Instantaneous: Instant heart rate.

- Average: average heart rate during session or lap.

- Maximum: highest heart rate during session or lap.

- Minimum: lowest heart rate during session or lap.

13

Percentage of max HR: heart rate as a percentage of maximum heart rate (max MR) (CW 700 GPS only)

- Instantaneous: percentage of instant max HR.

- Average: average heart rate during session or lap as percentage of max HR.

- Maximum: highest heart rate during session or lap as percentage of max HR.

- Minimum: lowest heart rate during session or lap as percentage of max HR.

14

Calories: energy expenditure in kilo calories burned

- Beginning: from start of session.

- Lap: from start of lap.

The watch is only able to accurately calculate the rate of calories expended when running.

 

List of available indicators

15

Calories/hour: rate of energy expended in kilo calories burnt per hour

- Instantaneous: instant rate of energy expended.

- Average: average rate of energy expended during session or lap.

- Maximum: highest rate of energy expended during session or lap.

The watch is only able to accurately calculate the rate of calories expended when running.

16�2�2� Fast Touch

of calories expended when running. 16�2�2� Fast Touch function OFF is “fast disactivated touch” sensitivity
function OFF is “fast disactivated touch” sensitivity medium “ touch ”
function
OFF
is “fast disactivated touch”
sensitivity
medium “ touch ”

This function means that a mere tap on the watch’s screen can launch a function. This is quicker and more ergonomic than pressing the relevant function key.

You can set the function that you wish to link to Fast Touch and also the level of sensitivity. Select one of the 2 parameters and click OK to change.

16�2�2�1� Fast Touch functions

Your Fast touch may be set to off (it is deactivated) or to one of 4 available functions:

- Take a manual lap.

- Changing display: my indicators => my rhythm => my session => my route. See sections relating to the different modes, namely free session, training, challenge, and indoor to find out about available displays for each mode.

- Page down in my indicators (section 9.3.2. My indicators display).

- Switching on backlight.

The activation of fast touch, with any of the 4 functions below, does not deactivate the keys specific to these functions.

16�2�2�2� Fast Touch sensitivity

Fast touch can be set to different levels of sensitivity from fluid to hard. Fluid touch: A light, clean tap is sufficient to start function. Hard touch: A more forceful tap is required to start function.

touch: A more forceful tap is required to start function. Irrespective of the level of sensitivity

Irrespective of the level of sensitivity selected, the tap should be clean. You are advised to tap the screen with the tip of your fingers rather than the pad of your finger. Fast Touch is set to respond to a light, clean touch rather than a hard, slow touch.

16�2�3� Beeps

key press on pop-up alerts on
key press
on
pop-up alerts
on

In this menu you can activate or deactivate the beep (sound alert) for press key function as well as the pop up display beep. The beep is activated with On and deactivated with Off.

16�2�4� Vibrator

You can combine vibration with a beep sound to ensure that you don’t miss any information when in noisy surroundings or when you are running with music.

16�2�5� Lighting

The product has 3 lighting modes:

- Light key: pressing the light key

has 3 lighting modes: - Light key: pressing the light key lights up screen for 5

lights up screen for 5 seconds. When in lighting phase, if you press any key, the watch lights up for 5 extra seconds

to make it easier to set at night.

- Night mode: The light is turned on by pressing any key.

- Auto: at night, the watch switches automatically to night mode and during day time reverts to push key light mode.

The use of backlight greatly increases the amount of energy consumed. How often the light is used greatly affects the watch’s charge.

16�3� General

general
general

In theory, you should not need to return to the general parameters if you adjust them, as directed, when you first use the watch.

16�3�1� Language

There are 7 available languages: French, English, Portuguese, Dutch, German, Italian, Spanish.

16�3�2� Time

Adjust the time according to your time zone (the local time in your country). Press the OK key to position the cursor over the time. Change the hour using the same process for minutes.

Your time is set. When the watch has detected the satellite signal, the time will automatically adjust to the nearest minute of GPS international time taking into account your initial setting and therefore your time zone.

16�3�3� Units

You can choose to select the European unit system (cm - km - g- kg) or the imperial system (ft - mi - oz - lb)

16�4� User

or the imperial system (ft - mi - oz - lb) 16�4� User and keys then

and

the imperial system (ft - mi - oz - lb) 16�4� User and keys then confirm

keys then confirm by pressing on the OK key again. Repeat the

userInformation about user parameters allows the watch to calculate different values as accurately as possible:

Information about user parameters allows the watch to calculate different values as accurately as possible:

- Gender: needed to calculate calories and fat burned.

- Date of birth: needed to calculate theoretical maximum heart rate.

- Weight: needed to calculate calories and fat burned.

- Height: needed to calculate calories and fat burned.

- FC max (maximum HR) on ONmove 710 only.

It is automatically calculated using the formula 220 – age. If you know this already, you can calculate the optimal number of calories and fat burned and calculate target zones expressed as a percentage of maximum HR more accurately. This can be measured with the heart rate monitor during a sustained effort over a relatively short distance. After a proper warm-up, run one lap on a running track at slow pace followed by a second lap at medium speed and then a faster third lap accelerating as much as you can over the last 100 metres. The heart rate recorded is the one shown as you cross the finish line. Please consult your doctor before undertaking such exercise. - HR min (resting HR) on ONmove 710 only This provides a more accurate calculation of calories and fat burned. It can also be measured using the HR monitor. The ideal time to measure is in the morning, when you are totally relaxed, lying on your bed.

16�5� HR belt (ONmove 710 only)

heart rate belt
heart rate
belt

This menu will let you activate or deactivate your HR belt.

16�5�1� Pairing with cardio belt monitor

If the cardio belt monitor function is activated, you can continue with pairing process.

is activated, you can continue with pairing process. The watch is automatically programmed to pair with

The watch is automatically programmed to pair with the HR belt monitor contained in the package. It is, therefore, unnecessary to use the “pairing” function in order to use it.

The “pairing” function should only be used if the belt is replaced.

Install the belt and humidify the sensor
Install the belt
and humidify
the sensor
pair belt
pair belt
found Belt !
found Belt !

Each sensor (accelerometer or heart rate monitor belt) has a unique identification number that cannot be changed. When the belt is activated, it automatically transmits its identification number to the watch. The HR monitor belt is activated as soon as it is moistened and fitted to the chest. Once the belt is in place, press the OK key once to scroll through watch’s recommendations and launch the search.

During the pairing process, you must stand at least 10 metres away from other HR monitor belt users to prevent the watch from connecting to other belts. This precaution is only necessary for the pairing process and does not need to be repeated when searching for the belt at the beginning of the free session, training or challenge modes.

The watch should locate the belt in a few seconds. Press the OK key once the belt is found.

If the watch does not successfully pair with the belt, press the OK key; you will be asked to restart the process.

belt missing
belt missing
restart ? yes no
restart ?
yes
no

In the event of the pairing procedure repeatedly failing, please refer to chapter 19.2. Detecting HR belt.

16�5�2� Deactivate HR monitor function

If the HR monitor belt function is activated, you can deactivate it.

If you no longer wish to use your HR belt monitor, you are advised to deactivate the HR monitor function so as to prevent the watch from searching for the belt at the start of every session. You will save time and battery charge (this searching phase consumes a lot of charge)

By deactivating the HR function, the watch will delete information and parameters linked to heart rate from the different watch menus.

heart function rate disabled
heart function rate
disabled

Press the OK key once the function is deactivated.

16�5�3� Activate the HR monitor

If you deactivate the HR monitor function you can activate it again later. If you do this, the watch will restart the pairing process (see chapter 16.5.1. Pairing the HR monitor belt)

16�6� Upgrade/maintenance

the upgrade product settings default
the upgrade product
settings default

You can view the firmware version of your watch in the updates/maintenance menu. Firmware is your watch's internal programme. It undergoes ongoing improvements to make your product ever easier and more fun to use.

When connecting your product to your computer, ONconnect checks the firmware version and lets you know if a new version is available. In this case, we advise you to update.

16�6�1� Upgrading product

When an update is available, an information sticker is displayed on the "Adjustments" category. Click on "Update" to update your product.

Once the firmware has been synchronised, unplug your product then switch it on by pressing

Once the firmware has been synchronised, unplug your product then switch it on by pressing on the "ON" button. The product updates automatically. Wait for it to finish then switch your watch back on. Your product has been updated!

switch your watch back on. Your product has been updated! NB: we advise you to transfer

NB: we advise you to transfer your data before updating. It will be deleted during the update.

16�6�2� Default settings

Select this option to return to your product’s original settings. Press