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Garmin Forerunner 235 GPS Running Watch with Elevate Wrist Heart Rate and Smart Notifications - Black/Frost Blue

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  • Tracks heart rate, VO2 max estimate and recovery advisor through Elevate Wrist Heart Rate technology
  • Connected features: Automatic uploads to Garmin Connect, live tracking, audio prompts, smart notifications, social media sharing and music control
  • Customised training plans from Garmin Connect on your watch for real-time coaching
  • Tracks heart rate at the wrist day or night to provide more accurate calories burned information
  • Activity tracking counts steps, distance, pace, heart rate and calories burned indoors and out
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Colour: Black/Frost Blue
  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 4.6 x 4.6 cm ; 45 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 181 g
  • Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 010-03717-49
  • ASIN: B016ZWRL44
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 11 Nov. 2015
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (308 customer reviews)
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Garmin Forerunner 235 GPS Running Watch with Elevate Wrist Heart Rate and Smart Notifications - Black/Frost Blue.The product will require a GPS fix before it can synchronise the time and date to the region in which it is being used. A GPS Fix is obtained by setting the watch to the ‘run’ mode and has the watch outside in clear view of the sky.

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Forerunner 235
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From the manufacturer

Forerunner 230 Forerunner 235 Forerunner 630 Forerunner 920XT
Wrist-Based Heart Rate Monitor
Running Metrics (indoor/outdoor)
Cycling Metrics (indoor/outdoor) Outdoor only Outdoor only Outdoor only
Advanced Running Dynamics (with HRM-Run)
Lactate Threshold (with HRM)
Triathlon Mode
Connect IQ Compatibility
Music Control / Audio Prompts
Smart Notifications
Battery Life 5 wks. smartwatch / 16 hrs. training 9 days smartwatch / 11 hrs. training 4 wks. smartwatch / 16 hrs. training 5 wks. smartwatch / 24 hrs. training

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Colour: Black/Marsala Red Verified Purchase
Previously had an older Forerunner 110 and then mainly used a Sony Smartwatch 3. In many ways the Smart Watch was a great watch, with 2 major flaws- the every other day charge and the poor GPS reception and battery drain on GPS (so much so couldn't be used as a running watch). My old Forerunner was great, but very basic.
What I really wanted was a watch that would give me base notifications (phone ring, text), has to be waterproof (for on holiday), long battery life, have step counting to replace my MI band activity tracker, and heart rate monitor. This Garmin fitted the bill.
It is much smaller than the previous model which my brother has, and is lighter.
The GPS works well- I don't use the Glonass to save battery, but it works well anyway without it.
It is certainly waterproof.
The notifications work in a bit of a clunky and basic manner but they work well enough.
The battery is excellent. With GPS and heart rate on (not Glonass GPS) it uses circa 10% per hour. So with a couple of hour runs a week, I easily get a week out of it- I think it would go to at least 9 days if I let it totally run down (charged at 8 and still had some juice left).
The step counting seems to work OK. The sleep tracking needs a bit of work in software as it is accurate, but when you lay in bed reading or wake up and don't get up, it still thinks you are in light sleep- the Mi band could work it out.
The step counting when on indoor treadmill is accurate.
As to the heat rate monitor, this has come in for some real stick. This is mainly centred on 2 criticisms. The first is that when you want to look at your heart rate at any given time, and move onto that screen to do so, the heart rate initially goes up to 72bpm, then stabilises to what it actually is. This can take a minute.
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Colour: Black/Marsala Red
I have just got the 235 and so far it seems a worthwhile update from the 225, improving on a number of niggles with that watch. Having owned the 225, my comments below relate to experiences versus that. As a training aid, I think both watches are fantastic at helping improve running performance and the 225 was instrumental in improving my half marathon PB last year.

Benefits of 235:
- Multiple activities; The 225 only had running, so if you were cycling you had to change the activity type manually afterwards. 235 has running (outdoor / indoor) as well as cycling and other. A major improvement
- it's noticeably smaller than the 225. You can wear it under a shirt sleeve - not really possible with the 225
- it seems to capture satellites more quickly - a benefit of using Glonass as well as GPS. Waiting for the 225 to find satellites in a built up area was always a pain
- notifications. Not a big one for me, but you can get text messages etc shown, albeit no replies from the watch. It's no Apple Watch substitute
- bigger screen. Noticeably bigger than the 225
- better training screens. You can customise what you see while training and how many data points
- more training data. Haven't investigated fully yet, but VO2 Max and recovery times now come included as well as race prediction times
- widgets. You can download widgets such as new watch faces, weather and other training data.
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Colour: Black/Frost Blue Verified Purchase
I've had my Forerunner 235 for just over two weeks now and so far have been pleasantly surprised with it.

I had real reservations due to the size as I am a small female with the smallest wrists ever. I had been recommended the Vivoactive HR however when I tried it on it was just too big for my small wrists and I really didn't like the look of the watch. Yes the Forerunner 235 does look like a sports watch, particularly in the frost blue like I have, but that what it is and I'm not ashamed of it! I colleague let me try on their Forerunner 230 and that was what prompted me to go for the Forerunner 235.

The features and overall functionality of the watch are great. The integration of Garmin Connect with MFP for logging meals and Strava for activities is seamless in my experience and I have been really pleased. I love the notifications from my iPhone on the watch which wasn't one of the reasons why I bought the watch but I have found it so handy when in meetings or on the phone to see what a message says. I also discovered today I could answer my phone from my watch.

The speed of the GPS to connect seems pretty good although once or twice it has taken around 10seconds. Not an issue but that is a change from the iPhone for logging activities in an instant. I have found that there is a bit of disagreement between distances/times on the Strava App and Garmin connect but I am inclined to believe that the Garmin connect is the more accurate of the two and that its something funny in the algorithm. The interface when running and cycling is clear and easy to read with all the information you need and fully customisable with the inbuilt options and also a range of widgets/apps.
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