These devices won't just give you the time of your jog – but calories burned, your heart rate and the route taken.
Screen: 2.6-inch touchscreen
Battery life: 17 hours
Maps: Built in mapping and Ordinance Survey compatible
Connectivity: Automatic Bluetooth syncin
Chris Froome retained his firm grip on the Critérium du Dauphiné yellow jersey yesterday while Frenchman Thomas Voeckler won a sprint finish to claim stage six.
Froome came home safely in the peloton
British rider now fourth in the standings
Bradley Wiggins' last-gasp attack in the third stage of the Volta a Catalunya propelled him into second spot in the overall classification, four seconds behind the new leader Alejandro Valverde.
Five Britons began the 2012 Tour de France in Liege on June 30, all finishing in Paris on July 22.
A "no comment" or simply no words at all from a handful of g rim-faced riders and team management, with quote-hungry reporters and TV cameras massing round team buses and cars, and team staff staring blankly across a flimsily fenced-off area at the press pack beyond: this is usually the scene when a Tour de France drugs scandal breaks. And so it was again yesterday morning in Rouen, as the latest round of doping suspicions over the seven-times Tour winner Lance Armstrong surfaced.
Some drivers believe they may be subconsciously influenced by a desire to 'beat the clock' once a target has been set
Mark Cavendish's Tour de France ended as perfectly as he could have wished yesterday with a third straight victory on the Champs Elysées and the green jersey safely on his back.
Luxembourg rider takes the Tour lead but Australian only needs to overhaul 57 seconds in final time trial
Team Sky's Edvald Boasson Hagen more than made up for his stinging defeat on Tuesday with a fine solo victory yesterday whilst yellow jersey Thomas Voeckler emerged unscathed after a hair-raising skid off-road on a perilous high-speed descent.
Alberto Contador's status as cycling's No 1 took its biggest step backwards in four years yesterday on the slopes of Luz Ardiden – on the same day that Geraint Thomas came the closest a Briton has been to taking a high mountain Tour stage since Robert Millar in 1989.
Mark Cavendish bounced back to business as usual yesterday, putting Tuesday's stinging defeat behind him as he claimed his third stage victory this year and the green jersey of points leader to boot.
André Greipel produces lightning finish to overhaul Manxman and win 10th stage by a wheel length
Sky's Juan Antonio Flecha is knocked off his bike by a car as the Frenchman Thomas Voekler takes yellow jersey before rest day