Garmin Forerunner 235

Garmin Forerunner 235 is a GPS watch and activity tracker that’s supposed to give you all of the information you need, all in one smart device. The Forerunner 235 doesn’t seem like much at first, but then you realize just how well it does what it’s supposed to do.
This review will be based on the black and white model, which I’ll be comparing it to other Garmin watches in this review. The white model will also be reviewed in part 2, when I’ll compare it to other color watches in this review.
At first glance, the Forerunner 235 doesn’t look like much, but when you pick it up you get an incredibly light, comfortable, and durable watch. There’s no rattling or rattling noise, and it’s a very comfortable fit on your wrist. I think it is a bit too light for a GPS watch.

GPS watches are great to have because they give you real time location as well as time. The Garmin Forerunner 235 is one of the best GPS watches available on the market. With GPS, you can do things like track your run and bike workout and you can use the Forerunner 235 to keep track of your food intake. It is the perfect companion for both runners and runners who are cyclists.

  • GPS Running Watch with Wrist based Heart Rate and display type is sunlight visible, transflective memory in pixel(MIP)
  • Customize Your Watch and Your Training, Larger Screen a 44 percentage Larger Screen than the 225 but the Same Physical Size
  • Audio Prompts Receive Audio Prompts from Your Connected Smartphone That Include Laps and Lap Times. Smartwatch Mode: Up to 9 days. GPS mode: Up to 11 hours
  • Smart Notifications See Incoming Email, Text Messages, Call Alerts, Calendar Reminders and More from Your Compatible Smartphone.Display size:1.23 inch diameter
  • Battery Life 11 Hours Training, 9 Days Watch, Activity Tracking, Notifications + Heart Rate. Refer user manual below is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to
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