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Lowest price € 168.91 (2017-12-01)

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Product information

Colour screen
Yes
Features
Date display, Timer, Speedometer, Stopwatch, Sleep reading, Calorie counter, Display light, Alarm, Compass, Pedometer, ANT+, Vibration alarm
Bluetooth
Yes
Gender
Men's, Women's
GPS
Yes
Heart Rate Monitor
Support for HRM chest strap, Built-in

General

Gender
Men's, Women's

Image properties

Colour screen
Yes
Screen resolution
215x180 pixels
Touchscreen
No

Design

Available colours
Black, White, Silver, Grey, Red, Orange, Green, Pink, Purple

Dimensions

Dimensions (WxD)
Width
45 mm
Depth
45 mm
Product weight
42 g
Thickness
11.7 mm

Features

Features
Date display, Timer, Speedometer, Stopwatch, Sleep reading, Calorie counter, Display light, Alarm, Compass, Pedometer, ANT+, Vibration alarm
Heart Rate Monitor
Support for HRM chest strap, Built-in
Water resistant
Yes
Fully Waterproof
Yes
Depth
50 m

Communication

Bluetooth
Yes
Bluetooth version
2.0
GLONASS
Yes
GPS
Yes

Power supply

Battery life (running)
11 h
Battery life (standby mode)
9 days
Battery type
Li-Ion

Miscellaneous

Release year
2015

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3.5 of 5 stars

Based on 19 reviews

2017-01-07
Edited 2018-01-17
t
Having used my lesser one day but are incredibly pleased with it so far. First impression was plastigt and horrible beep sounds from the 80s (which, fortunately, can be turned off) did not return the feeling for the better. Had I put SEK 2000 on a piece of unnecessary plastic that makes something my mobile actually capable of? Although I practice a lot, want to understand my development better and will try to take on Vasaloppet I wondered if this was money down the drain. But! After the first löppasset feels it is already clear as a bell! The screen is large and lovely. The right information is displayed at the right time and helps one understand the pace, heart rate and distance in a good way. The clock sits nicely and GPS and heart rate monitor works fine apparently. A delight to avoid having to take the phone on the round. One more dimension begins where the session is terminated; new records appear as soon as the pass is completed and with Garmin Connect, you can see his passport at the incredible level of detail. Comparing heart rate zones, see how the intensity changes over time, finding one's weak points (lactic uphill!) Etc etc. In the shower is at once paired with my phone, and while it syncs with the clock, I get alerts from iMessage and missed samtal- perfect! Notifications can I imagine will be a stress factor in the long run, but good when you are at home and can leave your phone in another room without missing anything important. Should be lots of fun when you have built up a database of training history! Less gets to as eg the Nordic skiing is the activity, this must be manually handle afterwards. Feels like a ridiculous thing to skip the mid-range, only to push up users in the premium class. What does it cost Garmin to add the option of the clock? Nothing. For the price 1990: - feels Forerunner 235 worth much!

Google

2017-02-28
c
Have had it in about six months. Overall, it feels a bit unfinished product. Garmin should be better than this. As training watch is in many ways good but it's all the more for software than the clock. All possible statistics are available and the interface of the watch is quite okay. The app provides even better overview of the exercise rounds and it's fun to be able to plan workouts in advance, even if it is completely incomprehensible that you have to use a computer for this. The problem which training watch is in pulse measurement. The optical pulse measurement is okay for those who want to keep an eye on the pulse of everyday or most run long shifts with relatively steady pulse. At intervals passport or other high-intensity exercise, the measurement is completely inaccurate. A whim expensive product should be sold with a chest strap and the optical measurement as a supplement. The time no smart watch but can show notifications for everything that fits in Apple's Notification Center. It's pretty quick to turn off notifications rather than adding more. The watch's biggest problem is that the one who said do not feel quite finished. It hangs, do not download, pulse measurement puts the etc. etc. Garmin has released several software updates since I bought the watch with the problems persist, probably to a fault in the hardware. A friend has the same one and his pedometer has completely ballat out. I would not buy the same clock back. Opt for one with a chest strap. I myself had probably ignored segment and bought Apple Watch instead. Plus: battery life Good sport watch Garmin Connect is really good Minus: General software trouble, locks, etc., leading to mass reboots. Optical pulse measurement is not accurate.

Google

2017-02-19
V
Replaced my Sunto M5 with this! What a difference, given Garmin can watch more, but it is also more expensive. The major differences I boil down to the following; ease of use and the display is readable in daylight and without glasses For me as a hobby exercise Forerunner 235 gives me everything I need and more. GPS, heart rate and step number is so accurate I need, there are certainly higher precision of other training. Personally I think it's nice not having to pulse the band, but for the really serious sport, it is perhaps a necessity. My Mac sometimes have trouble finding it and sync quickly and accurately. It is pysslet is disturbing and I would appreciate a fix.

Google

2017-02-16
s
Unreliable / inaccurate pulse sensor - works okay for measuring average heart rate over time. If you want to train pulse based, you need to supplement with chest strap (separate sensor for about 600 SEK). Extremely sensitive and plastiga buttons for easy access involuntarily when, for example, pulls up his sleeve. You can read them, but then you lose the ability to change the display during exercise. Packed with features and a good GPS. Short battery life (should be charged every day if you have it on around the clock).

Google

2016-09-03
T
I'm super happy with the watch. I have had two Garmin watches before (FR110 and FR220) and this is the best so far. The fine screen is what stands out the most, and it's fun to be able to change the dial look. I have installed an analog dial that is really good. Big plus that the clock has support for Garmin's IQ app. Which, among other apps are more chart-oriented features as the clock works great for hiking and stuff. The pulse sensor in the watch works better than expected. I have had the Fitbit Charge HR former and the heart rate monitor did not work at all on my wrist (it worked fine if I set the clock on the example of the arm, so it was not the fault of the heart rate monitor). The only thing I miss in the software is a training mode to. Now the "Run", "Run Indoor", "Bicycle", "Bicycle Indoor" and "Other". If "Other Indoor" existed it would have been cruel. Now I drive with "Bicycle Indoor" for gym workouts indoors instead and then I change the Garmin Connect website after the event, which is quite ok. Battery life is approximately one week with activity measurement active (heart rate and pedometer for everyday use). If one turns the activity measurement, I can imagine that battery life will be considerably longer. What you can complain about is that the clock is plasticky and the keys are too easy to press accidentally. For the price you pay, I think the time might well be made of better material and it would have been good if the buttons were recessed so they were not as sensitive.

Google

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