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Garmin Forerunner 220 GPS Running Watch with Colour Display and Heart Rate Monitor - Black/Red

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  • GPS running watch with high-resolution colour display and comfortable, light-weight design
  • Tracks distance and pace and identifies personal records
  • Includes soft strap heart monitor to provide heart rate data
  • Built-in accelerometer tracks distance and pace when you're running on an indoor track or treadmill
  • Stay connected with automatic uploads to Garmin Connect for live tracking, social media sharing
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Colour Name: black | Style Name: With Heart Rate Monitor
  • Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 4.5 x 1.2 cm ; 41 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 322 g
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 010-01147-40
  • ASIN: B00G5DAIVC
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 16 Sept. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (365 customer reviews)
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Colourful Running Companion with Connected Features

Just like a coach, Forerunner 220 provides the motivating feedback you need to guide your training. You can even get post-run encouragement from friends and fans, thanks to the 220's connected features like real-time live tracking and social media sharing via the Garmin Connect Mobile app.

A Coach in Every Watch

Forerunner 220 measures essential running data like distance, pace and heart rate. It's like having a coach on hand, providing constant feedback and recording all your stats so you can focus on your run. In addition to using GPS to calculate distance and pace, the 220 has a built-in accelerometer. This allows it to capture distance and pace data when you're running on an indoor track or treadmill, with no need for a separate foot pod accessory. The accelerometer can also track distance when GPS is unavailable, such as when you run through a tunnel. It's compatible with free training plans from Garmin Connect, which you can schedule and send to your watch, for real-time coaching.

Easy to Use

The 220 is one of the first Garmin running watches to have a colour display, which makes it easy to interpret your data at a glance. It also features simple button operations and a sturdy, hinged wristband that's comfortable for any size wrist.

Extra Training Features

You can set up alerts for heart rate, pace or run/walk intervals to help you stay in the desired range. The 220 features vibration alerts and audible alerts, and you can customise your watch to provide both or just one type of prompt. When your run's done and saved in your watch's history, a post-run summary appears so you can see how you did. The 220 also notices if you hit any personal records on that run, like your fastest kilometre, 5k, 10k, half or full marathon or your longest run to date.

Get Connected

If you're like most runners, you want to analyse your stats after your run or race, but you may not be back at your computer right away. Forerunner 220 solves that by automatically uploading your data to Garmin Connect, our free online community where you can save, plan and share your activities. Just download the free Garmin Connect Mobile app to your smartphone and then pair your watch. When you save your completed run, it will automatically upload to Garmin Connect when you're in range of your phone.

Additional connected features include live tracking, which allows your friends and fans to follow along and see your stats in real-time. You must have your phone paired with the 220 throughout your run to use the LiveTrack feature. You can also share your victories on your social media sites by posting updates through the Garmin Connect Mobile app. And, for real-time coaching as you run, the 220 is compatible with free training plans at Garmin Connect. By regularly connecting your watch to Garmin Connect, you'll also benefit from a faster GPS fix due to satellite data that will be sent to your device automatically.

Box Contains

1 x Forerunner 220
1 x Charging/data clip
1 x Heart rate monitor
1 x Instruction manual


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Style Name: With Heart Rate MonitorColour Name: black Verified Purchase
I spent months deliberating over buying a GPS watch. I started running more seriously over the last year and have completed both the half and full marathon distances.
Having used runkeeper on my iPhone I kept putting off buying a GPS device as I felt my phone already did it all for essentially free (especially since I would still need my phone to listen to music). I also found the range of GPS devices confusing and was unsure of what features I would actually need. having spoken to people with GPS devices I decided to take the plunge and I'm so glad I did.
setting up the watch is so easy. to be honest I've yet to read the instructions (maybe since I'd read so much about it before buying it). checking the watch during running is only a glance as opposed to having to unlock and turn around my phone on the armband. heart rate information is useful and I will use this more when I again start marathon training. workouts and courses can be devised on the website and sent to the device when paired with my phone. Pairing with the heart rate monitor and my phone are very simple.
although some reviews have said that it picks up satellites in seconds I find its a few minutes so I just set the watch outside on the windowsill whilst getting ready and its good to go when I am.
I picked the 220 as its the latest model and as such the latest technology therefore by my logic should be more future proof.
I've heard that the accuracy indoors on a treadmill can be quite poor but I haven't tried this yet.
the garmin connect app and website are easy to use and provide all the information I cold possibly use.
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Style Name: Without HRMColour Name: black Verified Purchase
I love running alone but would sometimes find it difficult to get motivated to do a run. This watch changed all of that. I use it's marathon training plan which gives you a calendar of events to stick to. This doesn't just include running but cross training, swimming, pilates, yoga etc.

I find myself at the mercy of the watch, if there's a run today on the calendar, I have to do it, I can't let the watch down. This may sound weird but it's me the world of good.

The GPS function is brilliant even to the point that you can see which side of the road you were running on.

Another perk are the medals (and a celebratory jingle) you get at the end of a run if you've achieved a personal best time or distance.

The first time you try to get a satellite signal can take about 5 minutes but all other connections since (in my case) have been within a minute or two.

The interface is great and the online interface is great too.

Although pricier than some other models I have to say I'm getting more out of the watch than I was expecting so I'd recommend it to anyone.
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Style Name: With Heart Rate MonitorColour Name: purple Verified Purchase
This is my second Garmin gps (previously owned 610).
I took a long time to decide whether to buy either the updated 610 (620). Or this gps.
The functionality of the 220 is pretty much the same as the old 610 without the touch screen and virtual partner(which I didn't use anyway). I really liked the touch screen of 610, but decided I couldn't justify the extra £70 for 620, so opted for 220.

I have to say, I'm extremely pleased with my purchase. The screens are set up exactly as I would need. I haven't touched anything.
Screen 1 timer, pace and distance. Screen 2 lap time, pace and distance. It automatically pauses if I stop and goes again when I get going again. I know you can set the watch to be as you want it, but it's nice that I don't need to mess around with it.
I generally download to the computer to analyse pace etc, and all of this is pretty easy, once software installed.

Love the girlie colour, so nice to have something a bit more feminine after the bulky black 610.
The reason I had to upgrade from the 610, is because the strap broke because my wrist are only small(I suspect). I don't think I will have this problem with the new watch as the strap is really soft and flexible. The watch itself is so light compared to others, and I never have to wait for gps to connect to satalites. I press the button and off I go.

Another thing that is really good, the charge seems to last for ages. When charging the watch fits into the charger cradle really securely(in fact you could swing it around and it wouldn't full out). This is also used as the usb to plug into computer.

I have been using for about 3 weeks now, and haven't get found anything to dislike. Will update here if I do.

btw I ordered via Amazon from SimplyRun. The watch did take about a week to arrive despite it saying 2 days on website. So bare this in mind when ordering
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Style Name: With Heart Rate MonitorColour Name: black Verified Purchase
The watch froze today while I was out on a run. This was the penultimate/last straw in a string of gripes I have with this watch. I do like certain aspects of the watch. I like the potential for what it can do, but the reality seems to be another matter.

I found it annoying when the watch froze because I was trying to run a set pace for a set distance - I was following a manual workout I had designed using Garmin's Garmin Connect (GC) website.

When the watch shows pace, it often seems inaccurate - is it real time pace or overall pace? (when doing a workout). I asked Garmin and I'm still waiting for a reply days later.

While doing a manual workout I had uploaded to the watch, I had completed the warmup section and moved onto the 'interval' section. Soon after starting the 3km interval section I decided to click the lap button because I wanted to study the metrics for that interval section later on Garmin Connect. Unfortunately, the watch skipped straight to the cooldown section. I clicked lap button again (out of sheer devilment/indignation) and, of course, the evil watch ended the workout. How was I to know that clicking 'lap' during a workout would have this effect? The truth is that I had no way of knowing because the documentation (online and hard copy) is far far FAR from exhaustive. Unlike this review. It is hard to find enough information in the operating manual, or the FAQs or even the forums to use the watch properly.

Another issue I have (if you're still reading) is the Garmin Connect site which has had technical/sync issues for a few days now. Sometimes I see an empty screen or it freezes, or better still, the site doesn't update with my carefully written workouts, it just forgets them.

I rely on my watch to tell me my pace.
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