|Product Dimensions||3.56 x 1.27 x 4.06 cm; 45.36 Grams|
|Batteries||1 CR123A batteries required. (included)|
|Item Model Number||010-01689-00|
|Wireless communication technologies||GPS|
|Display technology||128 x 128 pixels|
|Other display features||Wireless|
|Device interface - primary||Dial|
|Included Components||Forerunner 35, Charging/data clip, Manual|
|Item Weight||45.4 g|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||5 October 2017|
Garmin Forerunner 35, Black
|Price:||+ $8.49 Delivery|
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|Are batteries included?||Yes|
|Screen size||1 Inches|
|Human interface input||Dial|
About this item
- Built-in GPS - built-in to acquire satellites quickly to track how far, how fast and where you run, even under tree cover. No phone required!
- 24/7 heart rate monitoring - warm gives you heart rate all day and night -no additional Strap required
- Vibration alerts - helpful vibration alerts notify you of running prompts, activity tracking milestones, smart notifications and virtual pacing progress.
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Stay fit, stay connected, and share your progress with forerunner 35. This stylish, easy-to-use GPS running Watch offers 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 give you steps and calories. Forerunner 35 includes connected features like smart notifications, automatic uploads to the Garmin connect online fitness community, live track and music controls right on your wrist. 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.
From the manufacturer
Forerunner 35 is slim and lightweight — perfect for daily runs, training and racing. It features built-in wrist-based heart rate as well as GPS that tracks your distance, pace, intervals and more. And since all these stats are captured by the watch, your watch is all you need — no phone, no chest strap. Just put on Forerunner 35 and go.
Easy-to-use GPS Running Watch with Wrist-based Heart Rate.
- Monitors heart rate at the wrist, all day and night, using Garmin Elevate wrist heart rate technology
- Built-in GPS tracks how far, how fast and where you run
- Connected features: smart notifications, automatic uploads to Garmin Connect, live tracking and music controls
- All-day activity tracking counts steps, calories and intensity minutes and reminds you when to move
- Automatically uploads your data to Garmin Connect, our free online fitness community where you can join challenges, receive insights and share your progress as you meet your goals
Monitor key aspects of your running and fitness progress by tracking distance, calories, pace and more.
Wrist-based Heart Rate
Elevate wrist heart rate technology monitors your heart rate at the wrist 24/7 so you can run without a chest strap.
When paired with a compatible smartphone, Forerunner 35 pulls text, social media and other notifications, and it alerts you on your wrist.
Going on runs with walking breaks is easy, thanks to the run/walk mode. Let your watch tell you when it’s time to slow down or speed up.
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|Strava Suffer Score||-||-||-||-||-||✓|
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Clip for charger a little flimsy and some issues charging. Otherwise would recommend as an entry level GPS sports tracker for the weekend warrior, activewear athlete or anyone who wants to spend too much time on stats.
I am not very happy with the GPS performance so far. The distances seem to quite a bit out and I havent figured out how to reset the GPS to optimise performance.
It works great, easy to use, nice interface, light weight and robust.
It's still early days, so we'll review in another 3 months after she's used it at school for the sport program
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Many reviewers mention that the Forerunner 35 isn't for "serious runners", and I took that to mean that they believe "serious runners" need all the complexity of a very expensive watch. I need to know pacing, HR, distance, time. Fancy analytics, realistically, aren't going to do a lot for my running. So really, this watch has everything a serious runner needs. The reason I believe reviewers say the device isn't for serious runners is that none of those features actually works in a way that is useful to someone trying to train seriously. The watch has pacing, heart rate and distance information, interval programming, virtual pacing (it notifies you when you deviate from a set pace), etc. However, in reality, most of these features don't work well enough to matter during a training session. You can get a nice ballpark pace during your slow runs, but it's pretty useless for speed work and can become really frustrating. Here's the rundown:
HR monitor works very well
For general pacing info on easy runs, the price is good and the device is adequate
After initially updating with the GarminExpress app, satellite acquisition is quick
Cons (for runners):
1. Pacing - this is the feature that really drives me nuts. It can take up to 3 minutes to catch up to your pacing change - for example, during interval work it takes a long time for the device to figure out how fast you're going after a "down" piece, resulting in huge spikes in pacing as you overcompensate because the device hasn't caught up to you and you think you're running too slow. I've raced with it, and as long as I didn't make any really drastic pace changes it was ok. But it's pretty useless for interval work.
2. Virtual Pacer doesn't work - you have to be way, way off pace for a long, long time before it notifies you that your pacing is off, which is useless for intervals/tempo work. They seem to have given it almost a full minute/mile buffer on pace notifications. Also, you can't change the desired pace during a run, so your warm-up and cool-down and any intentional pace changes will set off constant notifications
3. AutoPause doesn't work - you'll need to pause manually. It takes 3-4 seconds for the watch to start and stop, meaning you have large spikes in your data
4. Intervals - you can only set one interval time and then run it over and over, which runners don't really do. So no ladders, cut-downs, etc. I still have to carry my phone on interval/speed work days so I have a useful interval timer. On the upside, you can program it to leave you alone during warm up and cool down, and start the intervals at any point during your run
All-in-all, although it's very useful to have a pacing device for my runs, I greatly regret not spending a little more to get a better device for training, but I already blew my budget, so after a little live-and-learn and some REALLY frustrating training sessions, I decided to write this review. No, I still don't believe you need fancy analytics from a really expensive watch to be a better runner. But I strongly recommend you find out just how well a device's features actually work before buying.
Sure it's got a Soviet era technology vibe to it and it's no-frills but do you really need more?
-Always on screen. Sure it's not color but no wrist acrobatics are required to turn on the screen. Clear contrast and large numbers make viewing a pleasure when running.
- Buttons. Ain't nobody got time for a touchscreen during a run. Do yourself a favor here and get something with physical buttons.
- Long battery life. Monochrome screen = Good battery life.
- Price. Garmin is expensive and a lot of times overpriced. This is one of the cheapest ways to get into the Garmin ecosystem.
- Ability to pair with external sensors. A lot of the competition won't allow for pairing with external sensors. A chest strap and foot pod compliment this nicely.
-Features. The feature list is a little weak (no GLONASS etc.) but as an entry level device that's to be expected.
- GPS. Not the fastest when getting a lock but you can spend that time humming Eye of the Tiger.
- Music controls. Yes it has them but it's basic.
To summarize: This is a great entry-level device that ticks all the boxes if you're a casual runner looking to get into a Garmin device.
Este reloj es uno de los más básicos de Garmin. Sólo puedes medir los siguientes tipos de ejercicio:
Los he usado todos y funciona bastante bien. El único que no me queda claro cómo funciona es el de Cardio pues, entiendo que es para rutinas de gym, pero a veces lo uso para saltar la cuerda, hacer HIIT o hacer yoga. Ahí sí no sé que tan preciso sea pero aún en ese modo me parece que las estimaciones son buenas.
La batería le dura muchísimo y dado que yo lo apago por las noches le dura aún más. Yo creo que lo recargo una vez a la semana.
Hasta ahora llevo 4 meses con él y no me ha dado ningún problema. Lo único que no me gusta es que no tiene la opción de cronómetro, sólo cuando estas en médio de una actividad física.
Feels great on the wrist where it is the first time I have not had to take it off 24/7 unless it needs to be charged.
Some of the features I have learnt through usage...not as an intuitive as I thought it would be.
The only complaint I have on the watch is it doesn't stick to metric units...it keeps flipping back to empirical on its own...even when I have set metric on the app and the phone manually. Garmin - please fix this software feature!