Garmin Forerunner 35 Wrist Heart Rate GPS Fitness Watch, Black £109.99 John Lewis & Partners  (2 Year Warranty)
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Garmin Forerunner 35 Wrist Heart Rate GPS Fitness Watch, Black £109.99 John Lewis & Partners (2 Year Warranty)

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Found 16th Jan
Forerunner 35

I posted a deal at the same price yesterday at Amazon, but this John Lewis deal has a 2 year warranty at the same price with free delivery.

*edit: Topcashback available in Avios

Monitor your heart rate all day and night

With Garmin Elevate™ wrist heart rate technology there’s no need for cumbersome straps

See how far, how fast and where you run with the built-in GPS technology

Track your daily steps, calories and intensity minutes

Features training tools like intervals, audio prompts and a dedicated run/walk activity

Preloaded sports profiles for running, indoor running, cycling and cardio

Automatically upload data to Garmin Connect, the free online fitness community

If you’ve been stationary for too long, you’ll receive a notification to keep moving

Go further, faster and get fitter with the Forerunner 35 from Garmin.

Slim and lightweight, the Forerunner 35 is engineered to track your physical activity. The wrist-based Garmin Elevate™ heart rate technology means there’s no need for straps to detect your heart rate. When you know your heart rate you can change your workout intensity for a more efficient workout that meets your specific training goals.

The Forerunner 35 counts your steps, calories burnt and intensity minutes. As well as preloaded sports profiles for running, indoor running, cycling and cardio, there are training tools like intervals, audio prompts and a dedicated run/walk activity.

Stay connected with notifications when you pair the Forerunner 35 with your compatible smartphone. With Garmin Connect your stats can be automatically uploaded to the online community with the Garmin Connect™ Mobile app.

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Good watch with a lot of metrics and decent battery. Was £30 cheaper last week though. Thanks for posting.
a41830210 m ago

Good watch with a lot of metrics and decent battery. Was £30 cheaper last …Good watch with a lot of metrics and decent battery. Was £30 cheaper last week though. Thanks for posting.



Think the cheaper one was the Forerunner 30 - this looks a good price for a 35 with the 2 year warranty
Tested and KINDLE20 will not work on this item
Edited by: "daniel.jackson" 16th Jan
daniel.jackson4 m ago

Think the cheaper one was the Forerunner 30 - this looks a good price for …Think the cheaper one was the Forerunner 30 - this looks a good price for a 35 with the 2 year warranty


My bad. Yep agree.
For this sort of money, Spotify integration is a must
a4183022 m ago

My bad. Yep agree.


And it was only £20 cheaper.
daniel.jackson18 m ago

Think the cheaper one was the Forerunner 30 - this looks a good price for …Think the cheaper one was the Forerunner 30 - this looks a good price for a 35 with the 2 year warranty Tested and KINDLE20 will not work on this item


Cheers, I've edited out the code info now
benjammin31613 m ago

For this sort of money, Spotify integration is a must


Have you got an alternative in mind please?
sashforth51 m ago

And it was only £20 cheaper.


It was £20 cheaper. £20 isn’t inconsequential.
Luke_Burnett4 m ago

It was £20 cheaper. £20 isn’t inconsequential.


Try to keep up please. He had referred to the wrong watch and the price differential.
Luke_Burnett6 m ago

It was £20 cheaper. £20 isn’t inconsequential.


Different model was cheaper
is it better than fitbit versa?
sashforth7 h, 3 m ago

Try to keep up please. He had referred to the wrong watch and the price …Try to keep up please. He had referred to the wrong watch and the price differential.


Nothing to do with make model. Just pointing out £20 is not inconsequential.
Pan11115 h, 42 m ago

Have you got an alternative in mind please?


I'm not aware of a GPS watch that's this cheap which supports Spotify, all the Garmin wearables that do support it are £300 and over.
JellyFox16 h, 41 m ago

I'm not aware of a GPS watch that's this cheap which supports Spotify, all …I'm not aware of a GPS watch that's this cheap which supports Spotify, all the Garmin wearables that do support it are £300 and over.


Probably why Benjamin hasn't replied
JellyFox16 h, 46 m ago

I'm not aware of a GPS watch that's this cheap which supports Spotify, all …I'm not aware of a GPS watch that's this cheap which supports Spotify, all the Garmin wearables that do support it are £300 and over.


Yep I have the 645m and it cost me around £300 with vitality discount. Great for hardcore runners who want music but for most it's OTT.
woster7 h, 8 m ago

Yep I have the 645m and it cost me around £300 with vitality discount. …Yep I have the 645m and it cost me around £300 with vitality discount. Great for hardcore runners who want music but for most it's OTT.


Lovely watch that, it would be a nice upgrade for my 235, but unfortunately it still works perfectly and does everything I need it too
JellyFox11 m ago

Lovely watch that, it would be a nice upgrade for my 235, but …Lovely watch that, it would be a nice upgrade for my 235, but unfortunately it still works perfectly and does everything I need it too


Exactly! I've stopped using the music function the past 6 months and barely any banks use Garmin pay so there was maybe little point me buying it
woster21 m ago

Exactly! I've stopped using the music function the past 6 months and … Exactly! I've stopped using the music function the past 6 months and barely any banks use Garmin pay so there was maybe little point me buying it


Garmin pay would be a nice to have since my phone doesn't have NFC, but mainly I'd like it since it supports the ability to download workouts from 3rd party apps such as TrainAsOne (235 doesn't) and it also supports the HRM-Run monitor and the Pod for advanced metrics, plus a generally better watch (looks and function).
JellyFox114 m ago

Garmin pay would be a nice to have since my phone doesn't have NFC, but …Garmin pay would be a nice to have since my phone doesn't have NFC, but mainly I'd like it since it supports the ability to download workouts from 3rd party apps such as TrainAsOne (235 doesn't) and it also supports the HRM-Run monitor and the Pod for advanced metrics, plus a generally better watch (looks and function).


Haven't got a HRM strap for it but wouldn't mind getting one. Any preference which is the best?
woster55 m ago

Haven't got a HRM strap for it but wouldn't mind getting one. Any …Haven't got a HRM strap for it but wouldn't mind getting one. Any preference which is the best?


If you want the get the advanced running dynamics your only options are there HRM-Run or Tri. The Tri is waterproof so you can swim with it although you're supposed to use the Swim strap for indoor/chlorinated pools as the Tri strap isn't resist to chlorine and designed for open water swimming. If you're not fussed about the advanced metrics I'm pretty sure you'll be able to pair various straps with it but I'm not overly familiar with which models.
JellyFox111 m ago

If you want the get the advanced running dynamics your only options are …If you want the get the advanced running dynamics your only options are there HRM-Run or Tri. The Tri is waterproof so you can swim with it although you're supposed to use the Swim strap for indoor/chlorinated pools as the Tri strap isn't resist to chlorine and designed for open water swimming. If you're not fussed about the advanced metrics I'm pretty sure you'll be able to pair various straps with it but I'm not overly familiar with which models.


Nice one thanks.
I feel this is the cheapest smart watch that performs all the basics really well.

GPS
Heart Rate monitor
Great battery life - I get about 4/5 days between charging, and I run or cycle most days.

Perfect for syncing to strava.
bigbadbren4 h, 47 m ago

I feel this is the cheapest smart watch that performs all the basics …I feel this is the cheapest smart watch that performs all the basics really well.GPSHeart Rate monitorGreat battery life - I get about 4/5 days between charging, and I run or cycle most days.Perfect for syncing to strava.



How does it compare to Fitbit Charge 3? What about the app? Is it comfortable to wear? WOuld it fit a small wrist? Is it for females as well? Does it look stylish enough to wear it every day?
I usually can't get on with wearing watches, let alone to bed, but I've hardly noticed this

I think if you have other Garmin stuff definitely stick with Garmin.

I have no experience of Fitbit.

There are plenty of reviewers out there... Search dcrainmaker as he does impartial in depth reviews

I bought this one for features over style if I'm honest. It connects to ant+ stuff for turbo trainers and heart rate chest monitor bands, but doesn't do contactless payments or even touch screen stuff.

Looks ok though anyway
Edited by: "Pan111" 24th Jan
Pan1112 h, 14 m ago

I usually can't get on with wearing watches, let alone to bed, but I've …I usually can't get on with wearing watches, let alone to bed, but I've hardly noticed thisI think if you have other Garmin stuff definitely stick with Garmin.I have no experience of Fitbit.There are plenty of reviewers out there... Search dcrainmaker as he does impartial in depth reviewsI bought this one for features over style if I'm honest. It connects to ant+ stuff for turbo trainers and heart rate chest monitor bands, but doesn't do contactless payments or even touch screen stuff.Looks ok though anyway


I see... Thanks for your reply
Will mark as expired due to it being out of stock now... Stops the cold votes too
White version now available here for the same price and warranty... Not the cheapest though as it was £103.95 at Amazon
miimiii24th Jan

How does it compare to Fitbit Charge 3? What about the app? Is it …How does it compare to Fitbit Charge 3? What about the app? Is it comfortable to wear? WOuld it fit a small wrist? Is it for females as well? Does it look stylish enough to wear it every day?


How does it compare to Fitbit Charge 3? - No idea, I don't have a FitBit Charge 3. I had a Blaze and the touch screen let me down during the London Marathon. Water got on it and reset my run....grrrr.
App - decent, as you'd expect from Garmin.
Small wrist - not sure, but I don't see why not.
Females - it is unisex
Stylish - not brilliant in the looks, but its functionality is excellent.
There are lots of holes in the strap for different sized wrists... I'd say anywhere from xs to xxl
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