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|Water Resistance Depth||5 ATM (Pressure Equivalent to 164.04' / 50 m)|
|Sensors||Accelerometer, Optical Heart Rate|
|Memory Retention||200 Hours (Activity Data)|
|Weight||1.1 oz / 32 g|
|Dimensions||1.56 x 1.56 x 0.45" / 39.5 x 39.5 x 11.4 mm|
|Display Size||1.04" / 26.4 mm|
|Watch Crystal Material||Chemically Strengthened Glass|
|Pixel Density||283 ppi|
|Screen Resolution||240 x 240|
|Display Type||MIP LCD|
|Global Positioning||GPS, GLONASS, Galileo|
|Estimated Battery Life||7 Days (Smartwatch Mode)13 Hours (GPS On)|
|Band Circumference||4.9 to 7.3" / 124 to 185 mm|
Bang for buck, the Garmin Forerunner 45 is one of the most impressive running watches out there right now. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a more comprehensive device for this price. Yes, it has gaps and compromises, but it also sets the standard for features we now expect in our lower end watches.
Lightweight, Good value, Music controls
Limited sport profiles, Plastic-heavy build, No real swim tracking
: Beginner runners and bargain hunters need look no further than this impressively full-featured watch
Accurate GPS and heart-rate tracking, Garmin Coach compatibility, Supports ANT+ sensors
No swim tracking, Lacks music playback and NFC, Doesn't support Bluetooth sensors
Great great watch. Pros / highlights: - Very light - Large numbers and configurable watch-faces - Ability to set multiple alarms, which can be configured in phone and better yet, online (Garmin Connect) - Weather widget - Built-in GPS (you do not need to carry your phone to track router) - Great...
Fiddly with a dim back light......really dim. I gave up trying to work through the menu of how to return to the clock face. I don't think it's all my fault because all I wanted was a straight forward running watch that would track my treadmill and outdoor runs, store the data and allow me to monitor...
Software issues. 3 weeks later & Garmin still not solved & refuse to replace.
I thought it would look bulky on my arm. But fits line a dream. Works well. Battery drains a bit of you keep the full app integration on always. It lasts longer if you let it sync once or twice a day.
I personally found the watch too light and the face a little small. I get that light and small is exactly what some people are after but in comparison to my Apple watch S2 it was not for me
Exactly what I needed! Easy to read watch face, captures GPS reasonably quickly, more than enough features for fitness running. Battery life is OK. Very pleased with the device so far.
Love this watch! I bought it as it’s geared towards running, although it can be used for lots of other activities. Very easy to use. Love that it has buttons and not touch screen as that can be hard to use when wet or sweaty.
I bought this to replace and aging Fitbit Charge 2. I was looking for more of a dedicated sports watch with a bigger screen, easier operation while running and a better app. I'm very pleased with this decision so far!
Bought to replace a Vivosmart HR+ - is a definite and seemingly worthwhile upgrade. Updated to software version 2.50 easily enough using Garmin Express on Windows. Watch seems to track well, battery life seems good so far and the interface/button navigation quickly becomes second nature.