Garmin Watch Forerunner 235

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  • Brand: Garmin
  • Model: Forerunner 235
  • Screen size: 1.23 inches
  • Weight: 42 grams
  • Water rating: 5 ATM
  • Battery life: up to 9 days

The Garmin Forerunner 235 is a connected watch for athletes of all levels, equipped with an integrated GPS and a heart rate monitor. With an autonomy of between 10 and 15 hours depending on your use of the GPS, the Garmin watch allows you to measure your speed, distance travelled, calories burned, heart rate, altitude, etc.

All of this data is then available on your smartphone via the Garmin Connect app. Garmin watches Forerunner 235 in Australia is now readily available online and on physical stores.

Price and Availability

The Garmin Forerunner 235 is a sports watch that is equipped with a dual positioning system (GPS + GLONASS) and Elevate technology, thanks to which it monitors heart rate 24/7 using heart rate measurement on the wrist. Garmin watch forerunner 235 prices in Australia is approximate of 500 AUD.

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Specification

  • Brand: Garmin
  • Model: Forerunner 235
  • Screen size: 1.23 inches
  • Weight: 42 grams
  • Water rating: 5 ATM
  • Battery life: up to 9 days

Description:

The first impression about the Garmin Forerunner 235 is that it is a light and beautiful running watch. After inserting and wearing the watch for several hours, fastened so that it does not dance in a circle, the heart rate measurement system quite clearly presses on the wrist, after the print remains.

The display offers two configurable screens (from 1 to 4 data displayed),plus a screen with the heart rate, another screen with the gauge of the heart rate zones and finally a screen with the time. You can choose in the menu to display or not each of the filters.

The Forerunner 235 has two profiles for running: outdoors (with GPS) and indoor (without GPS, but with the internal accelerometer). It takes a few outdoor trips with the GPS for the accelerometer to self-calibrate.

The pace is not super stable data. She regularly jumps from +/- 0.4km / h, it's still a bit much, and it comforts me in use I make of the pace on the lap with an automatic lap of 1km.

For starters, the Forerunner 235 is pretty enough that you won't be ashamed to wear it every day, which is essential for daily activity tracking. It records the number of steps, distance, calories burned, and heart rate 24 hours a day and automatically tracks sleep at night. Everything is summarized on two screens.