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Garmin 010-01689-03 Forerunner 35 GPS Running Watch with Wrist-Based Heart Rate and Workouts - White
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- Lightweight and easy-to-use running watch with high-resolution display and built-in GPS that tracks how far, how fast and where you run
- Tracks heart rate at the wrist day or night, to provide more accurate calories burned information
- Connected features include smart notifications, music control, automatic uploads to Garmin Connect and the ability to track your runs with LiveTrack software
- All-day activity tracking counts steps and intensity minutes and reminds you when to move. Compatibility - Android: 4.4 OS or Later & Bluetooth 4.0 or Later. Apple: iOS 9.0 or Later. Display Size: 23.5 x 23.4 mm
- Meet your fitness goals with activity profiles, run/walk mode, intervals and vibration alerts to keep you motivated
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Garmin Forerunner 35
GPS Running Watch with Wrist Heart Rate and Advanced Workouts
Stay fit, stay connected, and share your progress with Garmin Forerunner 35. This stylish and comfortable, easy-to-use GPS running watch offers Garmin Elevate wrist-based heart rate, giving you the option to run without a chest strap. It also doubles as an all-day activity tracker to track your steps and calories burned.
Pair your Forerunner 35 with a compatible smartphone and enjoy connected features such as smart notifications, automatic uploads to the Garmin Connect, LiveTrack and music controls right on your wrist.
Achieve Your Goals
Meet your fitness goals with help from various sport profiles, intervals, vibration alerts to keep you motivated and useful features such as Auto Pause and run/walk activity mode. Forerunner 35 running watch has what you need to take your running to the next level. Just put it on and go!
- Lightweight and easy-to-use
- Hi-res sunlight readable display
- GPS tracks time, distance and pace
- Wrist-based heart rate technology
- Activity profiles
- Interval training
- Run/walk feature
- Vibration alerts
- Audio prompts
- Activity tracking
- Smart notifications
- Music control
- Automatic uploads to Garmin Connect
- Heart rate monitor compatible
Stay Fit, Stay Connected and Share Your Progress
Garmin Forerunner 35 has a built-in GPS that tracks how far, how fast and where you run, even under tree cover. Achieve your fitness goals quicker with activity profiles (including running, indoor running and cardio), interval training, run/walk mode and AutoPause, AutoLap feature. Stay motivated with helpful vibration alerts and audio prompts.
Wrist-Based Heart Rate
Garmin Forerunner 35 features Elevate heart rate technology to measure heart rate at the wrist day or night. Now you can see your vital stats such as beats per minute and calories burned displayed on your watch.
Stay on top of your fitness goals between workouts with activity tracking features. Garmin Forerunner 35 counts your steps, intensity minutes and calories burned all day, whether you’re indoors or outside. The inactivity indicator motivates you to move when you have been sitting down too long. It also monitors your sleep.
Stay connected by pairing Forerunner 35 with your compatible smartphone and receive smart notifications such as text or call alerts, music control, automatic uploads to Garmin Connect on-line fitness community, and the ability to track your runs with LiveTrack software.
|Forerunner 35||Forerunner 230||Forerunner 235||Forerunner 630||Forerunner 735XT||Forerunner 920XT|
|Wrist-Based Heart Rate Monitor||✓||✓|
|Running Metrics (indoor/outdoor)||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Cycling Metrics (indoor/outdoor)||Outdoor only||Outdoor only||Outdoor only||Outdoor only||✓||✓|
|Advanced Running Dynamics (with HRM-Run)||✓||✓||✓|
|Lactate Threshold (with HRM)||✓||✓|
|Connect IQ Compatibility||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Music Control / Audio Prompts||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Battery Life||9 days smartwatch / 13 hrs. training||5 wks. smartwatch / 16 hrs. training||9 days smartwatch / 11 hrs. training||4 wks. smartwatch / 16 hrs. training||11 days smartwatch / 14 hrs. training||5 wks. smartwatch / 24 hrs. training|
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As I mentioned earlier, wasn't really looking it at as a lifestyle coach, but even that has proved very insightful- particularly how it monitors sleep patterns and general background activity. Don't really wear any other watch these days.
Another plus is that the battery, even with 3-5 runs/rides a week typically lasts 5-7 days before a recharge is needed.
My only minor gripe (not enough for it to lose a star) is that the sync with your mobile phone notifications is almost useless as the screen is so small and text so big that you barely get the first couple of words of any text/msg received. You can scroll down but just as easy to look at your phone.
Firstly, it's a very comfortable watch, easy to wear as an everyday watch and low profile enough to wear even with shirts and cuffs/cufflinks (try that with the vivosmart!). I wanted a watch I could wear all day and all night (see below on sleep tracking) and it delivers. It has a very easy to see in all-conditions screen, with the time clearly displayed as you'd want moment to moment. It's really light too - barely notice it. It also does the add-ons that are nice, including smart notifications from your phone (messages, diary reminders, incoming calls, whatsapp, etc, etc), weather app connection (needs phone) and a great battery that lasts several days, even when using GPS a bit for activities.
Secondly, even though it's a "running watch" it makes a great activity tracker. It's got a steps tracker that sets your daily target and all that good stuff, it tracks your heart rate regularly and it has the all-important get off your bum bar ("move" bar I think, technically) on the home screen. It syncs effortlessly with garmin connect so you can see your more detailed stats whenever you want on your phone too. Sleep tracking was important to me and it does that very well. Garmin connect is relatively basic in sleep stats (at least from what I can see so far), but analysis of deep sleep vs light seems to correlate to how I feel the next morning and the start and finished sleep points have been pretty accurate. I knew it would confirm I'm not getting enough sleep, but somehow having the stats build it helping me work on that (and work on what stops me getting more deep sleep - phone by the bed's on the list ofcourse!).
So that's all the ways I wanted to use it that it wasn't labelled as. How does it work as what it actually says it is then - a running watch? The answer is pretty damn well. I have a garmin forerunner 920xt which is a (significantly more expensive) higher end watch for running, cycling, swimming, triathlon, etc. You need a separate heart rate strap with it (generally still considered to have better accuracy than wrist based heart rate sensors) and it's been my training watch for a year and a half now. I love it. So I expected the forerunner 35 to pale against it, less useful and less accurate. It certainly can't do all the same stuff (no swim option, doesn't work with other bike sensors like cadence I believe) but on a like for like for what it can do the 35 performs really well. I've used it on a few runs and it's accurate on distance, pretty responsive on heart rate (I'd read it's slow, but don't find it bad at all, at least not for a pretty steady effort which is what I tend to do most of) and just easy to use. It picks up GPS quickly too. I used it side by side with the 920xt on a bike ride and the stats were the same (average HR exactly, distance was slightly different but I only paused one when we had a break which could explain). I'll invariably still use the 920 for most things, but for running I could well use the 35 going forwards. I also love that you can set this up to transmit HR via ant+. meaning if you have another exercise computer (like the 920 or more likely a cycle computer) you can use this for HR instead of the chest strap if you like.
I really can't find many faults with this. I think the main one (and the drop of one star) is the look. As others have noted it's pretty damn fugly. There's no real need for that. It looks like it wants to be like the apple watch but couldn't really be bothered. I've bought another colour strap to jazz it up a bit, but am also happy to go function over form (the vivosmart it's much more designed, but fell over on the comfort as a result).
Apart from that I really do like it. Yes, it's not touchscreen but I prefer that - buttons mean it does what you want, when you want it to. It's also monochrome screen, which falls a bit with the above point but again it doesn't affect anything and better that than be more expensive to add colour. Would I like it as much at full RRP? Now there's a question. Probably not is the honest answer. At that stage the vivoactive HR becomes an option and packs in a lot more than this watch, but at the discounted price from prime day, and I'm sure again before long, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it.
So a star off for looks and (full) price. Otherwise pretty hard to fault.
Who should get this? A few others have given a pretty good answer to that, but to add my 2 pence worth I'd say it's great for anyone wants to get active, or is and is run focussed.
When I'm paying this much for a watch that relies on an app, I expect the app to work flawlessly.
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