|Item Weight||1.13 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.56 x 1.56 x 0.43 inches|
|Item model number||010-02156-10|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)|
|Display Size||1.04 Inches|
Forerunner 45S GPS Watch - White
|Are Batteries Included||Yes|
|Display Size||1.04 Inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||1.56 x 1.56 x 0.43 inches|
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Update: A small visual indicator of remaining battery has been added to a few of the available watch faces. It helps, but not much. Still two stars.
Surprisingly easy to use and navigate the menus once you've worked out what the buttons do. Becomes intuitive fairly quickly, especially given I've not had a smart watch before. Thought it would be complicated or clunky but was pleasantly surprised how user friendly it is!
The watch face is easy to read and the watch is comfortable to wear - I have slim wrists and the 45s is ideal in terms of the face diameter and the length of the strap - which is quite soft and flexible, not hard plastic.
Very customisable menus - you can choose which 'widgets' are displayed and in what order. There are quite a few watch faces to choose from on the Garmin app and you can easily make your own from a picture and upload it.
The app is great for tracking patterns in terms of sleep and exercise, planning workouts and using the Garmin coach - would definitely recommend. I didn't realise my phone calendar could sync to my watch, which is surprisingly useful and easy to view.
I tend to leave the Bluetooth switched on on my phone to receive alerts for calls and notifications during the day, but don't take my phone out running or in the gym, and just sync the watch when I'm done exercising, which works well, especially with the app to track things.
I found the step counter to be somewhat variable in terms of accuracy - but for running there are three different GPS options, so the accuracy there doesn't seem to be any problem at all.
Given the watch cannot store music, it's handy that you can control your music from the watch. I use Bluetooth headphones and Spotify on my phone and can use the basic music control functions from my watch at the same time, and also answer or ignore calls. I imagine having control from the watch is brilliant if you do take your phone out running.
I didn't want to have a watch that stored music or could do contactless payments, so for an exercise oriented smart watch this is brilliant. I would definitely recommend it to anyone that wants a lower end / starter one - but it packs many more features than I expected for the price and certainly feels like a high end item.
It is excellent. I find the buttons much better to use the my husband's Garmin that is waterproof.
There was a glitch with software that meant it wouldn't sync with the music for a while but that resolved with an update.
It has seen me though my training and doing the great North run.
I like the ease that you can start a "run activity" which is great at start of a park run when you have not paid as much attention- 3 clicks of a button. There is sometime a delay for waiting for GPS so I usually prime it to find GPS then one click to start your run.
I can easily see the display and see your pace and it seems accurate.
I am just a fun runner so didn't need all the fancier things that came with the more expensive versions. Only thing I would say is I don't like the sexist colours as would have preferred black and that was only in the bigger size. Having got the white I actually think I prefer it to the black now.
Si os fijais bien,hay una sombra en la parte inferior cada vez que apretaba el start