Garmin Forerunner 35 GPS Running Watch with Wrist-Based HRM rrp £169.99 now £99.99 delivered at Amazon
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Garmin Forerunner 35 GPS Running Watch with Wrist-Based HRM rrp £169.99 now £99.99 delivered at Amazon

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Posted 28th Feb
  • 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. Compatibility - Android: 4.4 OS or Later & Bluetooth 4.0 or Later. Apple: iOS 9.0 or Later. Display Size: 23.5 x 23.4 mm
  • Meet your fitness goals with activity profiles, run/walk mode, intervals and vibration alerts to keep you motivated
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A hella ugly watch
It’s not just for running. Great price. Heartbeat monitor sends data to my Garmin Edge 1000 for cycling, so no chest strap needed.
Super GPS watch for the price. I upgraded to the 235 & I regret it. The 35 was more than capable!
any good for cycling?
Zain1 h, 4 m ago

any good for cycling?


For purely GPS tracking ability it's fine. Not sure if you could add additional hardware for cadence etc
this or fitbit charge 3? this one doesnt look very presentable and stylish... is it big? is it suitable for a tiny wrist and for every-day-use and woman in general? how's the app compared to fitbit? what about the accuracy? anyone could recommend something and give an advice based on your experience/ research about the brands? I'd appreciate it many thanks!
Sargentsiri1 h, 32 m ago

Super GPS watch for the price. I upgraded to the 235 & I regret it. The 35 …Super GPS watch for the price. I upgraded to the 235 & I regret it. The 35 was more than capable!


this or fitbit charge 3? this one doesnt look very presentable and stylish... is it big? is it suitable for a tiny wrist and for every-day-use and woman in general? how's the app compared to fitbit? what about the accuracy? anyone could recommend something and give an advice based on your experience/ research about the brands? I'd appreciate it
miimiii1 h, 31 m ago

this or fitbit charge 3? this one doesnt look very presentable and …this or fitbit charge 3? this one doesnt look very presentable and stylish... is it big? is it suitable for a tiny wrist and for every-day-use and woman in general? how's the app compared to fitbit? what about the accuracy? anyone could recommend something and give an advice based on your experience/ research about the brands? I'd appreciate it many thanks!


37158669.jpgThat should give you an indication.
If it's any help Ive been researching between this, Forerunner 235 and Vivoactive 3. For my needs I have decided on this, the Forerunner 35. I have also been consulting a friend who is heavily into his running etc and he thinks this is a good watch.
For an extra tenner you can get this at John Lewis and comes with a 2yr Guarantee.
Edited by: "Master0fNone" 28th Feb
Master0fNone1 h, 5 m ago

[Image] That should give you an indication.If it's any help Ive been …[Image] That should give you an indication.If it's any help Ive been researching between this, Forerunner 235 and Vivoactive 3. For my needs I have decided on this, the Forerunner 35. I have also been consulting a friend who is heavily into his running etc and he thinks this is a good watch.For an extra tenner you can get this at John Lewis and comes with a 2yr Guarantee.


Costs a bit more but I'm very happy with my Vivoactive 3. Looks less obviously like a running watch than other Garmins but still great for tracking running, swimming, cycling etc. Other advantages over this are Garmin pay and barometer for elevation.
Master0fNone1 h, 16 m ago

[Image] That should give you an indication.If it's any help Ive been …[Image] That should give you an indication.If it's any help Ive been researching between this, Forerunner 235 and Vivoactive 3. For my needs I have decided on this, the Forerunner 35. I have also been consulting a friend who is heavily into his running etc and he thinks this is a good watch.For an extra tenner you can get this at John Lewis and comes with a 2yr Guarantee.


I see... Seems quite big... Thanks
miimiii11 h, 47 m ago

this or fitbit charge 3? this one doesnt look very presentable and …this or fitbit charge 3? this one doesnt look very presentable and stylish... is it big? is it suitable for a tiny wrist and for every-day-use and woman in general? how's the app compared to fitbit? what about the accuracy? anyone could recommend something and give an advice based on your experience/ research about the brands? I'd appreciate it many thanks!


I used mine for a year. It never missed a beat. Found GPS quickly, tracked my runs perfectly. As for size. I'm a guy with skinny arms & this wasn't overly huge. Admittedly it isn't as stylish as the Fitbit range, but I prefer function over style personally.
Does anyone know if you can store music on this on play through Bluetooth whilst running?
Sargentsiri4 h, 6 m ago

I used mine for a year. It never missed a beat. Found GPS quickly, tracked …I used mine for a year. It never missed a beat. Found GPS quickly, tracked my runs perfectly. As for size. I'm a guy with skinny arms & this wasn't overly huge. Admittedly it isn't as stylish as the Fitbit range, but I prefer function over style personally.



Thanks for sharing your opinion
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