Timex Ironman Triathlon 30-Lap T5K429
Profundidad impermeable: 200 m
ART Multimedia SZNART ASZ01
Peso: 10 g
|Resolución de la pantalla||390 x 390 px|
|Tipo de visualización||AMOLED|
|color del producto|
|Material de la banda||Silicona|
|Funciones de protección||Impermeable|
|Profundidad impermeable||5.0 m|
|Monitor de pulso cardiaco||Incorporado|
|Medidor de distancia||Sí|
|Contador de calorias||Sí|
|Sensor de temperatura||Sí|
|Tipo de Batería||Incorporado|
|Duración de la batería (modo de espera)||5.0 day|
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