Garmin Forerunner 735XT

Garmin Forerunner 735XT

  • Features: Date display, Timer, Bluetooth, Speedometer, Stopwatch, Sleep reading, Calorie counter, Display light, Alarm, Compass, Pedometer, ANT+, Vibration alarm, Golf watch
  • Gender: Men's, Women's
  • Water resistant
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  • Features: Date display, Timer, Bluetooth, Speedometer, Stopwatch, Sleep reading, Calorie counter, Display light, Alarm, Compass, Pedometer, ANT+, Vibration alarm, Golf watch
  • Gender: Men's, Women's
  • Water resistant

3.4 of 5 stars

Based on 7 reviews

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24/01/2019
Edited 26/01/2019
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    destrozo83
    I needed an open water clock and was first looking for a Fenix 5 but after many reviews it seems to have problems for this particular purpose. I am in Thailand now and have tested my 735a three times in open water, shit satisfied! Feel that it measures distance / route really well with GPS (find GPS after about 20s) and the distance stops measuring when you make a stop! Fenix has a problem with this. In addition, it sits comfortably on my narrow wrist, checked on 935a but the 735 is smaller. Have not tested them other activities but are sure that it delivers when you check on Youtube clips. However, no Youtube reviews for Open water were found for 735an so chanced yet for 2200kr 👍🏽. Battery life lasts for ages feels like, took a 30min swim and the battery went down 1-2%. Note Not made for breaststroke as it does not receive GPS signal under water. Did an update before use and it syncs well with the Garmin app I think. Closed off all smart features too. This is not a smart watch but a training clock! Does not give full pot since I have not tested all functions. Don't hesitate to buy!

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    21/08/2018
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      Tomswe1
      I have now used my Garmin forerunner 735xt for a year and can really recommend it (I have estimated it every day 360 days in the last year, except for very short moments). The watch has a very good battery life, finds satellites quickly and measures both pulse and distance correctly. I have mainly used it for running (average about 3mil a week) and 10+ OCR race. So I have postponed the clock a lot. The only thing that is visible on the outside is a scratch in the glass (which I received when I was wearing furniture). The battery life I would say is unchanged since it was new and I charge about every two weeks; then it may take 1-2 hours for full charge. The clock has many features that some guessed think is difficult (for example, I do not like the step count). The advantage is that most can be customized (it takes some time before everything becomes perfect). The VO2 max sets self-esteem, but ultimately leads to disappointment (it's a little too positive). I have difficulty finding any real disadvantage and for 2000kr (which I paid) it's a given purchase. At the price of 3000kr, I would at least consider 235 which has the most of 735xt, except for the triathlon features. Regarding sync with the mobile / computer, it now works very well (for some time it was strange due to some iOS updating, but it resolved). I prefer to analyze the data on computer, but lots of features and analysis data are also available on the mobile.

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      27/12/2017
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        prisjakt_user445
        Bought the watch to combine the training watch with a "regular" smart watch. As a training bell it's good, but it stays like a training bell. I bought it without seeing it physically and have been wearing it for two weeks and is still shocked at how bad the display is, it's not near as "good" as shown in the pictures. It's really dazzling, the colors are very bad, the smart features are ok. As said, you should only have it as a training bell - run Should it be used for everyday watches I would have chosen another one too. / C

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        18/10/2017
        Edited 26/10/2017
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          smaskens
          My first pulse clock. I chose this because it had the features I wanted and in a physical format that suited my wrist. plus: The features have what I expected of a pulse and GPS clock. It is light (40g) and is quite large. No leaf to clock. I sleep with the clock and it measures the pulse as expected. The reminder of the reminder has made me start climbing stairs and being more physical in everyday life. The GPS works when you use it. A little annoying that you can not check its statistics without the GPS starting to warm up. Battery life of approximately one week depending on how much you drive with GPS. minus. The GPS start is uneven. Sometimes it takes minutes before it locks on the satellites and sometimes it takes a few seconds. Not sure what this is all about, maybe it's faster if you start gps nearby where you turned it off last. The simfunction is shaky in the pool. It records turns and shows more lengths than I actually swim. It does not handle mixed sims as well either. and if you change the simsette in the middle of a length, it does not correctly register. Apple's clock fixes better. Garmin will probably optimize its software algorithm. I run swimrun but the watch is made for triathlon. Would wish that it managed to register swimrun switches automatically. It's definitely the time to fix it, but it depends more on Garmin's product strategy. Only GPS height but it works for my use. Small, difficult menus with many keystrokes. Does not really matter what all the buttons do. I have not bought the pulse ties, but it seems difficult to buy at least two different pulse bands to fix running, open water sim and bass sim. Summary: Affordable for 2000 as I bought it on løparshop.se. If the clock's appreciation of my VO2max values ​​and contest times is correct, I will be happy. Feels like it's a bit of a joyometer, but we have to look forward to spring.

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          01/08/2017
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            Oholmer
            Actually a watch with good hardware and potential to be / get very good. However, much of the software was missing, both in the clock and pp. Garmin's training log page Connect. Have had polar before and are used to getting good tools for analyzing workout, the Garmin Connect showed, in principle, only pulse and velocity curves. Battery life is approved, however, the warning makes low battery voltage insanely bad. It should warn far earlier, usually I get a warning under the passport and then die under the passport. Would buy a polar again if I had to redo again.

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