Based on your answers, we have selected 3 Garmin models that we feel will best suit your needs!
Garmin Forerunner 735
The Garmin Forerunner 735XT is a GPS-enabled running watch with multi-sports features that will make your physical fitness invincible.
Designed for athletes who need dialed-in data about their training and have a “You Do It All” attitude, the 735XT is sure to please. It will assist you from workout till workday and will share your stats and triumphs with the online fitness community, Garmin Connect.
The wrist-based heart rate monitor will track your beats per minutes, and the activity tracker will help you keep a close tab on your calories and sleep throughout the day.
Easy heart rate measuring at the wrist, to give you an actual free run experience.
Advanced dynamics available for swimming, running and cycling with stride length, vertical ratio, and more.
Estimates lactate threshold, recovery advisor, and VO2 max estimate.
Smart notifications, automatic uploads to Garmin Connect, and live tracking.
Free watch faces customization, along with applications and Connect IQ store.
Garmin Forerunner 935XT
The newest addition to the Forerunner family, the Garmin 935 is the ultimate tool for dedicated runners everywhere. Whether you are a triathlete or trail runner, you cannot pass up on the Forerunner 935xt. Super concise data is a runner's best friend and with the Forerunner 935, you'll have all of the data you need.
Multi-Sport dynamics (running, swimming, and cycling), VO2 Max, wrist-based heart rate, recovery time, race predictor, and more. The 935 also offers you more ways than ever to store and track your data.
Use automatic uploads to Garmin Connect, or use Strava live segments to turn every run into a virtual race. The FR935 is truly the most powerful Forerunner ever.
Premium GPS Running/Triathlon Watch with Wrist-based Heart Rate
Offers advanced running and multisport features in a comfortable watch you can wear all day, and it only weighs 49 grams
Provides elevation changes with a built-in barometer; altimeter and electronic compass help you keep your bearings
Evaluates your training status to indicate if you’re undertraining or overdoing it and offers additional performance monitoring features
Provides advanced dynamics for running, cycling and swimming, including ground contact time balance, stride length and more
Battery life: up to 2 weeks in watch mode, up to 24 hours in GPS mode or up to 50 hours in UltraTrac mode
Use the metronome feature - plays tones at a steady rhythm to help you improve your performance by training at a faster, slower, or more consistent cadence.
Garmin Forerunner 630
Whether you’re training for your first marathon or looking to crush a personal record, Forerunner 630 provides all the extensive data you need for training and racing. Check your form by pairing your 630 with the HRM-Run™ monitor to measure cadence, vertical oscillation and ground contact time¹. Additional running dynamics include ground contact time balance, stride length and vertical ratio.
Forerunner 630 uses extended physiological metrics to help you get the most out of your workouts and feel confident with what you can accomplish when you toe the line. Once Forerunner 630 learns your lactate threshold through a guided test, you can apply it to your heart rate training when setting up zones.
Overall training load, sleep, nutrition and general life stress play a role in how you will perform in a tough workout. To give you a better idea of what days you should aim for a tough workout or use as a recovery day, Forerunner 630 provides you with a stress score based off your heart rate. Performance condition is another feature that gives you an idea of how you will fare in a workout. As you run, this feature analyzes your pace, heart rate and heart rate variability to make a real-time assessment of your ability to perform.
When planning a strategy for your next race, Forerunner 630 measures your VO2 max² and can predict your race times for several distances, providing you with a time target. It also lets you know when to back off your training after a grueling workout or race with its built-in recovery advisor.