|Item Weight||2.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.6 x 1.8 x 2.7 inches|
|Item model number||010-00658-41|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Display Size||1 inches|
|Display Resolution||124 x 95|
|Warranty||1 year Manufacturer's Warranty|
|Battery Life||8 hours|
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Garmin Forerunner 410 GPS-Enabled Sports Watch with Heart Rate Monitor (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Zone training: heart rate zone training, supports five heart rate zones
- Enhanced touch bezel interface
- Training and motivational features: Virtual Partner, courses, workouts and goals
- Water resistant:yes (IPX7)
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If you’re ready to take your training to the next level, Forerunner 410 can get you there. This advanced sport watch is GPS-enabled and accurately records your time, pace, distance, heart rate, elevation and more.
Your training plan may be difficult — your watch shouldn’t be. Forerunner 410 sports an enhanced touch bezel that lets you quickly scroll and select features on the run, in all types of weather.
When your workout’s done, Forerunner 410 keeps working. It wirelessly uploads your data to Garmin Connect™ when in range of your computer so you can go back and review your run on your own time. It works via ANT+™ wireless technology and the USB stick that comes with your watch. No wires, no manual uploads — no sweat.
Data, Any Way You Like It
Forerunner 410 lets you customize up to 3 training pages with more than 30 different types of data. You can even determine how many data fields are shown on each screen — 1 big field, 2 or 3 smaller fields.
For extra training benefits, you can create detailed workouts or race the Virtual Partner®, a digital depiction of your goal pace vs. actual pace. The courses feature allows you to race a previously recorded activity and try to match or beat it.
If you like to explore new paths, you’ll appreciate the 410’s basic navigation feature that can guide you back to your starting point. Just follow the arrow on screen and see how far you have to go.
Follow Your Heart
Some versions come with our premium soft strap heart rate monitor¹ to display your heart rate in beats per minute. The watch has 5 heart rate zones, which you can customize based on your exact zones. Train in a certain heart rate zone to improve your fitness level or compare your pace and heart rate to past performance on the same run. Forerunner 410 provides heart rate-based calorie computations so you can more accurately track your calories burned.
Store, Analyze and Share
Having access to the data recorded by your Forerunner 410 is almost like having your own personal coach. Make the most of it with wireless uploads to Garmin Connect for free data analysis and sharing. Forerunner 410 is compatible with Windows® or Mac®. With Garmin Connect, you can see the route you traveled on a map, view a summary of your run, create goals, find new activities to upload as courses and more.
Fast and Accurate
Forerunner 410 features HotFix® satellite prediction, which means it locks onto satellites quickly so you can be out the door and on with your run in no time. It also has a high-sensitivity GPS receiver to stay locked onto satellites, even near tall buildings or under tree cover.
While the 410 can be worn as a watch even when you’re not working out, you can also power it down completely in order to conserve battery life.
What's in the Box:
- Forerunner 410
- Premium heart rate monitor
- USB ANT Stick
- 2 additional wrist straps
- AC charger
- Charging clip
Top Customer Reviews
If you purchase a device like this for all it does, don't expect to grasp 'all it does' in the first ten minutes. Perhaps that's why some get frustrated. Then they come to Amazon to vent and punish Garmin because they thought operating a Range Rover would be the same as operating a tricycle. If you don't want to have to learn anything, then purchase a device that doesn't do as much for you to have to learn. Timex offers a basic heart rate watch for under $50. You'll be up and running in seconds.
I won't go over everything the GF410 does, but I'll share my experience from set-up to upload. If you're thinking about Polar & Suunto, keep reading.
The 410 is a very features-packed, high-quality, stylized device that is mostly easy to use. The touch bezel *is* different, but it's easy to make sense of when you understand the simple idea. In less than one hour, I was able to flow. The watch even guides you through a brief operational tutorial before you can use it. Garmin has done all they can to make it easy to understand something forward and different whilst still functional. However, it's just not too practical. As you circle the watch, your finger blocks the options that come up.
Sign up on Garmin Connect, enter your info & Garmin computes your heart rate zones. (It helps if you already know your resting rate. There is an Android app for that) Within a few minutes, I was able to build a heart-rate-based work-out interval - from warm-up to V02max.Read more ›
The latest firmware upgrade does not fix the issue. I called Garmin support. They are certainly aware of the issue as they already documented procedures to recommend to users to alliviate the problem. Multiple users, including me, have reported on forums that these procedures do not work. Garmin did not acknowledge this was a software problem and explicitly stated that they have no open bugs related to the issue. They said this only happens to a very small fraction of the units sold. The only conclusion is that this may be a hardware issue and readers are better off not running the risk of buying a busted unit.
If you only do short to medium runs length runs, or are very fast, then the fact that the battery life seems to have problems might be acceptable for your situation. If you're planning on doing runs of several hours, won't be able to recharge it before every run, or won't find reboots during runs/races acceptable, then you might want to look for something other than the 410. When it works right, it really is a great tool for training. But, if you need a device you can count on, you might want to wait and see how the reviews look on the new Forerunner 610 or consider going with one of the older, cheaper, and more proven devices like the 305.
If you're still on the fence about purchasing a Forerunner 410 (or 405/405cx for that matter), I'd suggest you visit the Garmin forums (forums .garmin .Read more ›
Opened the package, first thing, got the watch and the charger together, the first charge took a little less than 3 hours. Meanwhile, downloaded the driver for the ANT stick (what's the difference between ANT an bluetooth?) and installed that. Then connected that up to communicate. Fitted the HR strap. (more on that below). Took the watch out under the satellites, connected, did a few set-up steps, connected with the HRM, installed the foot pod onto my left shoe, enabled and paired it, and calibrated it with GPS. The setup, pairing, and calibrating took 10 minutes.
Heart rate monitor: I purchased this outfit mainly to track HR for fitness reasons. I do a lot of HIIT and wanted to track HR doing that, running, and swinging kettlebells (KBs) I did use the training>workouts>heartrate option, picking zone 2 (just for the heck of it) and the FR beeped tweedledee for too high and tweedledum for too low- this was while walking/jogging. The volume could be a bit higher, hard to hear with street noise.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got this GPS back in 2012 as a valentines gift from my wife, it was bad even then.
Now in 2016 my wife's old Forerunner 305 is still working, it's really fast to get a... Read more
Good until strap breaks. Impossible to replace, really poor design of the strap.Published 3 months ago by Anna Kropornicka
I bought this as a refurbished product in 2013. I would give this watch 5 stars based on how well it worked and the features that it comes with, but it only lasted me 2 1/2 years... Read morePublished 3 months ago by David Bonk
I got this as a present from my wife. It comes with a thumb drive device that links your watch with your computer. Read morePublished 7 months ago by billy
Not very accurate while running through wooded areas. Also, the wristband broke and I lost it during a mud run. Bad timing for a cheap strap to break.Published 8 months ago by David Michael Holden
Worst runner's watch I've ever owned. Cannot be used for track workouts unless you run exceedingly slow or have gnome size fingers. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Christophe Neal Collins
I've owned this watch for a few years and it works like a charm on every run. It's been through training for 2 marathons, a few half marathons, a few triathlons, and a slew of... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Casey