- Size (LWH): 5.3 inches, 5.3 inches, 2.6 inches
- Weight: 10.08 ounces
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Garmin 010-01004-00 Swim Watch with Garmin Connect
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- Records swim distance pace stroke count and pool lengths , Water resistant to 50 meters
- Wireless uploads using ANT to Garmin Connect to analyze
- Offers advanced features for timed sets and logging drills
- Watch features - time of day (12/24h), dual time zone, day/date, daily alarm
- Twelve month battery life on a user-replaceable coin cell battery - CR 2032
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Stop counting laps. Let Garmin do the math with Garmin Swim. It’s the swimming watch designed for pool¹ use that tracks your distance, pace, stroke count and more.
Strap It On and Dive In
Garmin Swim is ready to go right out of the box – just tell it the size of the pool you’re swimming in and begin your workout. Its sleek profile allows it to cut right through the water, so it won’t slow you down. And you can easily replace the battery yourself whenever needed (about once a year), instead of sending it in to the manufacturer – so you're always ready to go.
Focus On Your Training
With Garmin Swim on your wrist, you can focus on your technique instead of what lap you’re on. It automatically knows the stroke you’re using and tracks your lengths, strokes, distance, pace and more. With a few button presses, you can also log drills or start timed intervals without constantly monitoring the pool clock. It even calculates your swolf score to help you gauge your swimming efficiency, making it ideal for lap swimmers of all levels. The intuitive interface utilizes 6 exterior buttons, so each and every function can be accessed quickly and easily.
Slim and attractive enough to be worn as a daily watch, Garmin Swim serves as a personal reminder of your goals. To help you stay motivated, it displays your weekly accumulated distance under the time of day. Watch features include dual time zones and alarm.
Analyze and Share Workouts
After your workout, upload your swim data to Garmin Connect™, our website for free online analysis. Here, you can view your detailed metrics and track your progress over time. You can also share your workout data with your coaches, workout buddies, or friends and family. Through the magic of ANT+™ wireless technology and the USB stick that comes with your Garmin Swim, your workout data automatically transfers to your computer when in range. Garmin Connect is Mac® and Windows® compatible.
¹Designed for lap pools of 20 m or more.
What's in the Box:
- Garmin Swim
- USB ANT Stick™
Top Customer Reviews
Here are a couple of things about the product that I didn't understand before I started using it.
1. The GS tracks your distance by noting turns/flips and a strong glide after the turn (I think). If you start your stroke too early after a turn, it will sometimes [very rarely] miss the fact that you completed a length, and your total length swum for that interval will be off. Thus, it is a good idea to keep track of the length of each set as you go--in effect, trusting the watch but not turning your brain off completely.
2. If you do your strokes correctly, the GS is quite good at recognizing whether you are doing fly, back, breast, or free. If you are sloppy, the GS can get confused. Unlike some other reviewers, I have not had any significant problems with the GS accurately tracking my progress as long as I swim carefully around turns.Read more ›
I am not a good swimmer by any means. I swim for fitness using a swimmer's snorkel most of the time, and have honed my skills using YouTube as a coach. (That is to say that my form is nowhere near perfect and my speeds are nowhere near competitive). I do not do "proper" turns at the wall. I'm working on learning how to open-turn, but most of the time, I stop and the end, turn around, and then push off. I think I am probably a good example of a non-perfect swimmer using this device. While some reviews stated that you really need good form and proper mechanics for the Garmin Swim to work properly, I haven't found that to be completely true. After swimming with the device 5 hours a week for 9 weeks, here is what I do to make sure it tracks my strokes properly:
1. Don't change anything mid-length during a lap. Don't change strokes. Don't pause mid-length to look at the watch. Don't scratch your nose mid-length. Don't adjust your goggles in the middle of the pool. Deviation from the stroke seems to trigger a new length in the device, so it will mis-count if you do anything other than swim while moving the length of the pool.
Remember, this device doesn't have GPS or even a distance tracker. It just senses movement and acceleration, and based on the distance that you program into the watch for the length of your pool, it calculates a new lap or length every time it senses a change in direction.Read more ›
One new metric included with the watch is your SWOLF score. SWOLF is your swim golf score and is calculated by adding the time to swim a length and the number of strokes for that length. Lowering your SWOLF is done by increasing efficiency - either by swimming faster with the same number of strokes or by swimming the same speed with less strokes. As a triathlete, it's important to conserve energy during the swim, not thrash around, and get to the bike with plenty of energy. SWOLF has allowed me to see instant feedback on my efficiency during my workouts.
I added a custom view that shows average SWOLF for my total swim and average SWOLF of my last rep. I can see if I'm progressively becoming more or less efficient throughout a practice.
Track every length, number of strokes, time, SWOLF
Track your swim time vs.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not very happy with thecGarmin. If you move your arm the slightest by between laps it adds another lap to your total. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Suzanne
I use this for swimming A LOT. Once you get the controls down and figure out what button does what it's easy to navigate. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
Got this as a gift for my wife and she absolutely loves it!Published 17 days ago by Edward Baquet III
Garmin Swim Watch with Garmin Connect
Since buying this watch my swimming has improved with the Garmin Connect software and can now monitor my progress. Read more
It began leaking water into the watch face after only using it 3 times.Published 26 days ago by Hannah Stadler
This watch does a great job of recording long distance swims, but during a masters workout with kick & drill sets, it gets confused. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Tom T.
I use watch every other day easy to use, love not having to keep track of Laps in my head . I would definitely recommend this watch to anyone that swimsPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer