Garmin FR60 Women's Black Fitness Watch with Heart Rate Monitor, Footpod, and USB ANT Stick
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- Bundle includes FR60, heart rate monitor, footpod, USB ANT Stick, quick start manual
- Comes with FR60, heart rate monitor, USB ANT stick, quick start manual
- Water resistant to 50 meters
- Can be used for running, cycling and other fitness activities
- ANT+ technology: Wirelessly connect to heart rate monitor, and speed cadence sensor, then share fitness data with your computer
- Battery life: One year, user-replaceable coin cell battery
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We chose these Garmin watches over similarly functioning and priced Polar watches due to the wireless capability. For the polar watches you have to buy an additional module that you physically have to place the watch on to upload the data. I know it sounds lazy, but I prefer to just leave my sweaty watch on my wrist!
Lastly, I was concerned if the watch would fit me correctly since i have rather petite wrists. No problems there. Yes, it's bigger than my normal day-to-day watch, but i like having the larger screen to glance on while I workout.
Because my watch was still under the 1 year warranty, Garmin said they would replace my watch with proper receipt and proof. I sent them my info along with the watch and never heard back. I called Garmin and they had said they received my watch with an apology. Still, time passed and no watch. I called again, and they apologized profusely that it was not sent, as clearly I should've received it within a month. Water under the bridge, I got a new watch.
3 months later, the watch strap keeper broke. I called Garmin to send another as I figured a new watch is still under warranty. They gave me a song and dance that they're not responsible for any repairs or parts since this is my 2nd watch. Not under warranty? For the first watch, not the 2nd. REALLY? So you don't stand by your products? After much grilling on my part, they relented and sent me ONE watch strap keeper in a huge bag.
2 months later, that 'new' watch strap keeper broke again, this time in 3 pieces and the current watch band is tearing at the bend where I clasp the buckle. The rubber is not supple enough for longterm flexibility hence the wear = tear.
Getting back to the non-sweat proof factor -- I have never worn this watch in the water, shower, or ever mistakenly splashed it from the sink.Read more ›
Then I wore my "resistant to 50 meters" watch in the pool. The shallow end. Water somehow seeped in and ruined the watch. Garmin will be more than happy to replace the watch for $100 because water damage is not covered. Water damage to a watch you're supposed to be able to wear in the water is not covered? I only wore the watch to work out, I never banged it or damaged it in any way.
I'm giving it one star because I think that's ridiculous.
So, if you plan on never getting it wet, maybe this is the watch for you. Or maybe you want something that's higher quality. I won't be replacing it with another Garmin product, you can bet on that.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Crap. The buttons needed to operate the watch broke within a month or two. Useless.Published 2 months ago by T. Dorough
I love this fitness watch.
I bought this because a friend of mine had one very similar. I would recommend this item to other buyers. Read more
The watch band is not durable. I had this watch for over 2 years now and it has been a great asset in my fitness and training. Read morePublished on January 8, 2013 by Shakira W.
I am an experienced runner. I have previously owned Polar HRM watches. Polar software is well thought out, and is runner friendly. Read morePublished on September 19, 2012 by oldie runner
This watch is nothing compared to what I expected...very disappointed in the quality. The band broke after wearing it for 2 weeks during a run. Read morePublished on August 16, 2012 by green
Bought this for my wife as a gift. In general she loves the watch itself but the menu is liked something designed by a 3rd grader. Read morePublished on June 7, 2012 by kroder
I hardly ever write a review, but I felt that I really needed to in this case. First off, I admit I am not a tech genius. Read morePublished on March 19, 2012 by Jonnie Hawkins
After 18 months using this HR monitor I will have to replace it. As with other reviews, the wrist strap started to show signs of wear right after the first ridings. Read morePublished on March 11, 2012 by Mario Lopez