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Garmin Forerunner 45S GPS Running Watch in White with Garmin Coach Training Plan Support £117.99 - Sold and Dispatched by Amazon
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Garmin Forerunner 45S GPS Running Watch in White with Garmin Coach Training Plan Support £117.99 - Sold and Dispatched by Amazon

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Garmin Forerunner 45S GPS Running Watch in White with Garmin Coach Training Plan Support £117.99 - Sold and Dispatched by Amazon
Posted 25th Aug 2020Edited by:"Sproggy"

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The watch is identical to the Forerunner 45 in every respect other than having a smaller case size and so more suitable for smaller wrists. Available in white and also purple at this price.

For those with larger wrists, the Forerunner 45 is also currently available at this price on Amazon in black or red colours (there is a separate deal for that).
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Please note, the screen size is the same for both the Forerunner 45s and the 45 variants, it's just the case/shell is a bit bigger for the 45 (42mm Vs 39mn for the 45s)
Can this watch be set or download a app to do the couch to 5k?
mcgregor717625/08/2020 07:01

Can this watch be set or download a app to do the couch to 5k?


Sort of. The garmin app has something called garmin coach which works with this watch.
Edited by: "Msx98" 25th Aug
mcgregor717625/08/2020 07:01

Can this watch be set or download a app to do the couch to 5k?


I don't have one (yet - ordered yesterday) so am not an expert but I believe the Garmin Coach is a great feature in that it adapts to your fitness level. I tried the Couch to 5K programme using a couple of different apps on my phone but found some weeks hard to compete as my fitness level was low. Garmin Coach on the other hand would have made allowances for that after an initial test run to gauge my fitness.
Sproggy25/08/2020 13:43

I don't have one (yet - ordered yesterday) so am not an expert but I …I don't have one (yet - ordered yesterday) so am not an expert but I believe the Garmin Coach is a great feature in that it adapts to your fitness level. I tried the Couch to 5K programme using a couple of different apps on my phone but found some weeks hard to compete as my fitness level was low. Garmin Coach on the other hand would have made allowances for that after an initial test run to gauge my fitness.


If you're doing the couch to 5K it's OK to repeat weeks if moving on to the next week is too tough.
Just received mine and first impressions are very good. Stylish enough to use as my primary watch and always-on display is useful and clear. Have set up my first training plan and going for the benchmark run soon so it can customise the plan to my fitness level
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