What if you could leave your phone behind? Simplify your active life and become truly mobile. Your run, your tunes,and your messaging without your phone.

Watch must be activated in the U.S. or Canada, with a U.S. or Canadian address. After activation, the 3G network (required for messaging and live tracking) can be accessed globally wherever AT&T has cellular partners.

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  • All-in-one solution provides GPS fitness tracking, built-in music player, phone-free communication and a vivid color, touchscreen display
  • Built-in connection to mobile network enables phone-free messaging (send and receive)
  • Instafix GPS provides fast connection and accurate distance and pace
  • 4GB built-in music player can stream music wirelessly to Bluetooth®-compatible headsets
  • Phone-free live tracking allows friends to see progress and location
  • SOS feature quickly pushes out a pre-set message to designated contacts
  • Find-Me feature allows designated contacts to see your location when the watch is on
  • Bluetooth® compatibility with heart rate monitor, foot pod and wireless headphones
  • Additional performance features include customizable interval timers, audible and vibrating pace and heart rate alerts and notifications when you've achieved a personal record
  • Phone-free wireless upload of performance data to leading fitness sites like MapMyFitness, RunKeeper, Strava and More
  • Always-on, sunlight-readable, touchscreen Qualcomm MIRASOL® display
  • One year of mobile data service included-- Connected by AT&T (feature changes by market)
  • Rechargeable Li-Ion battery with 8-hour life in full GPS and cellular-connected mode (4-hour life when music player is also running.)
  • Watch water-resistant-rated to 50 meters (GPS, Bluetooth, and cellular features not available underwater)
  • INDIGLO® night-light
  • Attachment Buckle/Clasp Type: Buckle
  • Attachment Color: Black
  • Attachment Material: Resin
  • Attachment Type: Strap
  • Battery Type: CR2016
  • Case Color: Black
  • Case Finish: Matte
  • Case Height: 10 mm
  • Case Lug Width: 27.5 mm
  • Case Material: Resin
  • Case Shape: Rectangle
  • Case Size: Full-Size
  • Case Width: 49 mm
  • Crystal/Lens: Mineral Glass
  • Dial Color: Gray
  • Dial Markings: Digital
  • Warranty: 1 Year Limited
  • Watch Movement: Quartz Analog

    Technology that makes sense....

  • Usually I’m a technology skeptic: I like simple. I like easy. I hate continuously charging devices and standing there waiting for acquiring satellites. I did my Ironman with a simple start/stop Timex and hit the split button three times over 12 hours. What could be easier? I’ve also trained with the Timex Run Trainer 2.0 – despite good experiences with the watch I always ended up back using an app on my phone. It was easier than carrying two devices and I always carried my phone with me for safety concerns anyway (26 year old female – on long runs after work I don’t trust any neighborhood). When I heard about the Timex One+ GPS I was extremely excited. This was a product that actually addressed some of the issues I have when training. Built in safety, built in music, seemingly simple user interface – plus as a serious runner I still want reliable GPS and pace feedback. When I finally got the watch (after a little disappointment on a pushed back release date) it did not disappoint. Return messaging can be a bit tedious – slower than a phone text, but nice to have the option. And you can pre-set return messages to speed things up. I used the Bluetooth music and had no problem with connectivity or functionality. I will have to invest in some better sport headphones but outside of an ear continuously falling out (which I can’t really blame the watch for) I had no problems with the Bluetooth. My only beef is the music is that you have to convert your iTunes library to MP3 to get it onto the watch – it would be nice if it was MP4 compatible. But converting my workout playlist took about 5 minutes total - so all in all not so bad. once it was on the watch no problem. When Live Tracking is activated the watch emails all your contacts inviting them to track your workout. I can’t imagine how much easier this could make race spectating especially longer distances like a marathon. As far as safety and peace of mind, Live Tracking lets my boyfriend know when I’ve gone out for a run and what route I’ve taken even if I don’t let him know. On my last 12 mile run I got an encouraging message about my pace. It was a great little mental lift. Plus the whole feature is just peace of mind for me. We also tested the SOS feature. Hopefully I never need this one – but I see the benefit. In addition to running I also mountain bike – sometimes alone against the wishes of my mother. Most of those trails aren’t on a map and it’s all too easy to have an accident and be lost in the woods. I love that the SOS feature sends your GPS coordinates out and could make it possible for someone to find me if ever needed. The messaging is an email versus an actual text to your phone. At first I was a little leery of this – thinking what the point is, but the most important people for me to hear from are on my live tracking list. So they know to message my email rather than text my phone if they need to reach me during a workout. Plus I get to leave my phone in my gym bag or at home and I no longer find myself checking work emails mid-run/workout! Instead I’m only responding to the messages that seem important enough to validate a response. The workout screen is easy to use with a super simple interface. I love the various settings – especially totally customizable interval workouts based on time or distance. I actually use the watch for tabata workouts too on cross training days in addition to mile repeats or fartleks outdoors. Some people I've shown it too expressed concerns over the size but it isn't overly bulky (especially considering the features). It is more comfortable than other watches I've worn as far as the size goes. All in all 5 out of 5 stars so far! And I look forward to containing to explore the additional features and workout settings.

  • Amanda B, Connecticut


    Like it a lot

  • GPS is super accurate and instant data upload ability to the fitness sites is simply awesome. Really like the live tracking aspect and the ability to send/receive text without carrying u r phone. Wife is much more relaxed when I go out for short runs at night without my phone. Display is clean and crisp with intuitive icons. Display response is acceptable but it could have been better (trying not to compare it with cell phones which is are a different category of devices). Music quality is good. The watch app looks really nice in sun and I often get asked "what is this cool watch". Initially felt just a bit big on my skinny wrist, but I am starting to grow in to it and now have really started to like it. Battery life in watch app is a good 3 to 3 1/2 days, but would have liked it to last even longer and get close to 6 1/2 to 7 hours when in GPS only mode, but would have liked it to last even longer. Overall a great device for a really accurate GPS device and for folks who prefer running without cell phone and still be able to be in touch via text with family & friends!!!

  • hemish p, California


    Makes running (even more) fun!

  • When I got this watch, I thought it would improve my training, but I didn't realize how much I'd enjoy using it. It's motivated me to run more both because of the (selectable) stats that it displays while I'm running, and the fact that it uploads my runs instantly to Strava and MapMyFitness when I'm done. Also, since I have set up live tracking, I know my wife and friends are watching while I'm out, so I tend to run a little faster and further. My wife enjoys seeing where I'm running, and has sent me a messages to tell me to pick up the pace :). I've even used it on a couple of sailing races so that people can track our boat. I didn't think I'd use the music feature much, as I own and enjoy using an ipod, but I tried it and it's just so convenient to carry just one device that it's all I use now. That being said, I would like a more convenient way to skip forward a song while I'm working out, so am crossing my fingers that will be included in the next SW update. For me this has been a great watch, and now I wouldn't think about running without it.

  • Douglas C, California



  • No Phone needed. Run Free!!! Some controls are sparse for music but it gets the job done. I have run with mine in California, Barcelona, Paris, Helsinki and London. (Posting live to MapMyFitness, Strava, and Facebook. This thing is awesome!! I'm listening to music on it now. My wife has tracked me live in a half marathon already. So cool. Also, its waterproof! Will the software get better? I expect so. It does automatic firmware updates so you will just get the updates too! It's awesome as is.

  • David R, California


    Initial Impression

  • There is a lot to be liked about the One GPS+ on paper - its built in storage for music playback, live tracking, screen quality, touchscreen, durability, no phone dependency. Here are some of the realities when it comes to usage - music playback has no volume or equalizer control; basically even with good quality headphones the music falls flat with no treble or bass. That added extra boost from the music during your workout is lost. Built in controls from the headphones is also lost. the light for night usage makes the screen very clear to read with slight light bleed from the bottom of the screen where you can see the three light sources; with that said there is no backlighting and no brightness setting. the screen looks very nice and crisp during the day but in low light conditions its not readable unless you use the light the touchscreen so far has been responsive with only a small delay a few times battery life is to be determined after further usage but the first day it did reach 20% from a full charge only after 12hrs; 10 of those 12 hours it was idle with no usage and the last 2hrs it was used with bluetooth alone. No GPS The watch did turn off by itself after charging and then it would not turn back on. I needed to plug it back in and once I saw the battery indicator on the screen, unplug it from the charge and then it would turn back on. Not sure what happened there but it was at 100% I would like to see a firmware upgrade for the music playback features and an option for the screen to go to sleep after a set amount of time.

  • christian o, Hawaii