Epson Runsense SF-810 my running Coach – setting up

Epson Runsense SF-810 my running Coach – setting up This is a blind set-up without reading the instructions as this is a true reflection of what I would do with any new gadget being it running or not. The idea to test how intuitive the product is to use. I found the buttons confusing, as I was expecting the ‘submit/enter/accept’ button to be the bottom right hand button not the bottom right.

I was impressed with the power of the light but felt frustrated that it didn’t stay on. I guess I was expecting it to either stay on longer, of that the light button would be an on/switch.

The quality of the display feels antiquated as it’s quite pixelated, and the beeping reminds me off the old Casio watches from my younger days. Nonetheless, I managed to set it all up without any hitches so far.


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Cat Woods

Creativity has always been an important aspect of my life and has been a natural instinct to progress within the creative industry. Throughout my education I have always been inspired by my emotional state of mind at that time. This is most evident through the study Emblematic Essence which taught me a great deal not only about myself but life as a whole. It was a monumental, positive thinking turning point and influenced me greatly, providing a solid basis from which I have grown and developed as an individual. To bullet point my multitude of skills so far - Digital account manager, Project manager, Social media “guru”, Digital image retoucher, Photographer, Tarot reader, Shoden qualified Jikiden Reiki practitioner, Make-up artist, Radio DJ