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Garmin Forerunner 35 GPS Running Watch with Wrist-based Heart Rate - Black
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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
- 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
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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Top Customer Reviews
What are your current reasons for buying this watch?
What are your intentions for the next 12 - 24 months?
These are the questions you need to ask yourself before you spend your money. If you are just getting off the couch and want to measure, running, walking, cardio and general activity, then this is the watch for you.
If you want to add pool swimming into the mix then it may not be for you.
If you are a heavy sweater, like me (you sweat from places you didn't even think was possible) then you might become frustrated because the heart rate monitor might start reading erratically.
If your arms go through a lot of fast motion when you exercise then ditto for the above problem.
You want a touch screen and some more metrics (if you don't understand what I mean by metrics then stay with the Forerunner 35).
Maybe you should look at this instead Garmin Vivoactive HR GPS Smart Watch with Wrist Based Heart Rate - Regular WW, Black
If you are planning on going sea swimming (ie you are in fact a closet tri-athlete) as well as all of the above, and you need razor sharp heart monitoring accuracy, then the watch you need is: Garmin Forerunner 920XT GPS Multisport Watch with Running Dynamics and Connected Features - White/Red
As you can see from the above, you came shopping for a watch, but the choice you make now determines how well you have spent you money divided by your long term or end requirements.Read more ›
Have had a Tom Tom Runner (good display, hard to use), Garmin Forerunner 10 (lousy battery), Garmin Forerunner 220 (great watch) Garmin Forerunner classic orange and blue (great at the time but bit complicated and hated the dongle), Timex something (never gain), Nike (great watch loved it, why did you stop making them, or having Tom Tom kale them for you?) ... but this Garmin 35 is great ... am an older runner but can read the display hooray ... love the built in heart rate monitor and step counter, goodbye fitbit, love the walk/run function as a Galloway fan, and the Garmin Connect software is working well (it didn't always in past years). Yep, highly recommended and great value too.
While sitting still and not moving the heart rate accuracy is not too bad on the whole. You need to wait 30 seconds for the accuracy to improve when doing a spot heart rate measurement.
Where it all goes badly wrong is the accuracy when moving - especially any exercise where there might be arm movement.
I tried on the indoor bike - fairly stationary and it proved to have an acceptable, though not brilliant accuracy compared to a chest strap.
Then I went on a Concept2 indoor rower. Things fell apart big time! Accuracy was often out by 50% - the watch rarely reflected the chest strap or how I felt. 182 when I was cooling down. 97 when exercising hard. It was all over the place. I stopped many times to adjust the strap and re-position the watch. Higher up the arm - as far as the strap length would allow was better. But if like me your arms are wider at the elbow than the wrist, the watch will keep slipping down - especially when you are sweaty. I had to stop my rowing and adjust the watch - not at all convenient and ruined my workout.
Next I went on a cross trainer. Again lots of arm movement so things did not fare well. I tried tightening the strap, loosening it, moving it higher and lower up the arm. Nothing seemed to work well.
It became so laughably wrong I gave up and took the watch off. A few beats out is fine - but 70 or 80 beats is not! It was like some sort of random number generator.
After my work out I did try again while cooling down - in fact I had to switch the watch off and then on again - which did seem to temporarily help accuracy.
Resting heart accuracy might be better as its presumably taken when inactive.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great watch does everything it says. GPS appears good and download to app works well. Good delivery time.Published 5 hours ago by Jan
I received this as a Christmas present. Since then, I have been on about 6 runs; without a doubt this has changed my life and running routine to the following:
- Put on... Read more
I got one of these after going through the steps of basic body HR monitor and wrist band which did not have GPS, to then using my phone with a body HR monitor, which I could not... Read morePublished 9 days ago by N. Eckett
Unpacked and set up within minutes. Really simple to use. Clear display.Published 13 days ago by anapp4me
Yet another present that hits the mark. Very pleased with it.Published 14 days ago by Christopher J Moody
Given to daughter in law as birthday present. She is delighted and said the watch was much better even than expected. She runs regularly and uses it to monitor this.Published 14 days ago by Amazon Customer
Be warned, if you are an iPhone user the music control will only control the Apple Music App, if you use spotify or any other app, the music buttons just force open apple music. Read morePublished 15 days ago by CarlVXR