Garmin Forerunner 235, GPS Running Watch, Black/Gray

January 11, 2020 - Comment

Stay on pace for your next personal record with Forerunner 235, the wrist based heart rate GPS and GLONASS running watch with smart features1. Its built in activity tracker2 keepsrecording steps, even when you’re not running. Pair your watch with a compatible phone for connected features1 like automatic uploads to Garmin Connect, smart notifications, audioprompts

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(as of April 16, 2020 6:10 pm GMT-0600 - Details)

Stay on pace for your next personal record with Forerunner 235, the wrist based heart rate GPS and GLONASS running watch with smart features1. Its built in activity tracker2 keeps
recording steps, even when you’re not running. Pair your watch with a compatible phone for connected features1 like automatic uploads to Garmin Connect, smart notifications, audio
prompts and live tracking. You can also download customizable watch faces and applications rom Connect IQ. Measures heart rate at the wrist giving you the option to run without a
strap. For more challenging runs, download advanced workouts and training plans to your watch from Garmin Connect.

Product Features

  • GPS Running Watch with Wrist based Heart Rate and display type is sunlight visible, transflective memory in pixel(MIP)
  • Customize Your Watch and Your Training, Larger Screen a 44 percentage Larger Screen than the 225 but the Same Physical Size
  • Audio Prompts Receive Audio Prompts from Your Connected Smartphone That Include Laps and Lap Times. Smartwatch Mode: Up to 9 days. GPS mode: Up to 11 hours
  • Smart Notifications See Incoming Email, Text Messages, Call Alerts, Calendar Reminders and More from Your Compatible Smartphone.Display size:1.23 inch diameter
  • Battery Life 11 Hours Training, 9 Days Watch, Activity Tracking, Notifications + Heart Rate. Refer user manual below

Comments

Anonymous says:

Review from a serious runner and Garmin loyalist: Garmin mucks up current pace It’s fascinating that a lot of the reviews for the 235 here are from folks who wanted a “fitness tracker”. I always thought of the Forerunner as a tool for runners, so it’s just odd to me that so many people want one of these as an everyday wristwatch. There’s nothing wrong with that, except that their reviews are kind of meaningless for the serious runner. So to set the context, here’s a review from the perspective of someone who runs a lot and is fairly competitive at the age group…

Anonymous says:

Best heart rate GPS fitness watch on the market now. I’ve had the FR235 for a whole week and here’s more details.–Appearance—The FR235 is extremely lightweight. You’d find it hard to believe that the guys at Garmin managed to squeeze in vibration motor, accelerometer, GPS + GLONASS, audio and a decent rechargeable battery, all sealed to 5ATM water resistance.The charging cable is proprietary and features a clamp design that ends off with a USB end. I love the big display that really brings out the beauty in the custom faces you…

Anonymous says:

One year later…I’m disappointed At first I loved this watch! One year later and I’m disappointed.This watch gives you so much data and you can do so much with it. If you are an avide runner this watch would be great for you (continue reading my review to see both sides of the watch). All the apps and watch faces you can download really help to make it your own. When I bought the forerunner the Apple Watch was new and not really up to what I wanted it to be. The looks of this watch is not bad , but not suited for all…

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