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Garmin Forerunner 620 HRM Bundle
  • Garmin Forerunner 620 HRM Bundle
  • Garmin Forerunner 620 HRM Bundle
  • Garmin Forerunner 620 HRM Bundle
  • Garmin Forerunner 620 HRM Bundle
  • Garmin Forerunner 620 HRM Bundle

Garmin Forerunner 620 HRM Bundle

Item #: GAR14004 Usually ships the next business day
Price: $449.99
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Having the Garmin Forerunner 620 HRM Bundle is almost like having your own personal coach. It's an advanced running watch with recovery advisor. It has features like touchscreen GPS and high-resolution display that tracks distance, pace and heart rate. Plus it has a recovery advisor, race predictor and V02 max estimator, so you'll train a lot smarter. The Forerunner 620 crunches numbers and monitors data like running speed, beats per minute and variable heart rate to estimate V02 max. It has a color gauge that shows your V02 max compared to runners your gender and age range. And based on your V02 max estimate, it can predict your race times for several distances. Helping you target a specific time for your next race. With a heart rate monitor, the recovery advisor knows your physiology and will factor-in data from your last workout to let you know when you're fully recovered and ready for the next hard training session. The recovery check is a real-time indication of your state of recovery after a run, and lets you know how long before you should attempt another hard workout. If the color code on the gauge shows "Green" you're good to go! But if you see "Red" and a recovery time of more than 3-days, take a break or do a very light workout. The 620 monitors multiple metrics and provides feedback on your running form. It reports your cadence, vertical oscillation and ground contact time. Helping you improve your overall running dynamics. Plus the Forerunner 620 wirelessly sends data to "Garmin Connect" via the "Garmin Connect Mobile" app on your smartphone. And you can setup one or more Wi-Fi hot-spots, so when you're within range, the 620 will automatically sync with "Garmin Connect." Share what's important - pair the Forerunner 620 with your smartphone and the live tracking feature lets friends and family see your real-time stats, and it allows you to post victories on social media, too. So advance your running to the next level with the Garmin Forerunner 620 HRM Bundle...the future of running has arrived!

Features & Benefits:
  • Comfortable, lightweight design
  • Color display
  • High sensitivity GPS
  • Heart rate support
  • Touchscreen
  • Connects features via a smartphone
  • Configurable data fields
  • V02 max estimate
  • Recovery advisor
  • Race predictor
  • Running dynamics (cadence, ground contact time, vertical oscillation)
  • Training plan support
  • Accelerometer
  • Virtual partner
  • Pace alerts
  • Auto pause
  • Colorful edgy look
  • Calculates calories burned
  • Garmin Connect compatible
What's in the box:
  • Forerunner 620 GPS watch
  • HRM-Run monitor
  • Charging data cradle
  • Manuals
Shipping Weight: 2.0 lbs Download detailed information

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Garmin Forerunner 620 HRM Bundle
$449.99
4.5 Stars based on 2 Review(s)
pam
Tucson, Az
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Love this Garmin 620
November 30, 2014
I'm a great example of not getting what I need in the first place, opting instead to go with something less expensive, so when I finally broke down and got this watch I had done my homework. Its perfect - I am a 5'7" female and weigh 128 lbs. I did not want a watch that on mile 20 on the run would feel like it weighed more than I do. The dial is easy to read, and the size fits easily under a wetsuit for the swim. Its water resistant so swimming in it is no problem. I have used it for a full year with no problems. Data uploads easily and the watch settings are easy to change from screen to screen. The size is very appropriate for a woman's wrist and if you end up wearing It all day at the office you wont feel like you have an anchor on your wrist.
Pros:
Easy to use waterproof thinner width makes it comfortable to wear lightweight Dial is easy to read Data is easy to upload

Greg
Polk City, IA
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

A good run specific watch.
September 16, 2014
When I first purchased the 620, I was disappointed. As I've had a chance to spend some time with it, I've grown to like it. The initial challenge for the 620 was that it was buggy. Transfers to iPhone were not reliable, and the auto transfer to our home network worked very infrequently. The menu structure is also very different (and not always intuitive) than the 305/310/910 products, so if you have one of those watches this will work quite differently. That being said, Garmin has improved the reliability over time, and not workout transfers generally work without a problem. Once you become acquainted with the touch screen and different menu structure, it works fine. It's a very light weight watch, and with the GPS off it works fine as an every day type of watch as well. Although it's made for running, I have also used it for swimming (it's waterproof) and it works fine (of course the distance isn't accurate from the accelerometer), but it's fine to capture total time swimming. Paired to a Mio Link (placed next to it) I've even captured HR in the pool as well. They have recently added some biking options as well, but would not consider it a real biking watch (no power meter input and small screen size). I like the recovery advisor and the VO2 max tracking worked well for me personally. The running dynamics is an interesting concept, although I have found limited practical use for it at this point while I'm running. I like the built in accelerometer, as it works fairly well for treadmill running (some accuracy limitations on high speed intervals). I've used the live tracking feature for both some of my races and my daughter's races, and it works great for family to know where you are on the course. The biggest limitation that I see with the 620 at this point is simply that the screen is relatively small (and not entirely crisp) so if you wear reading glasses more than about 1.5, it may be difficult to read.
Pros:
Small, lightweight, waterproof, advanced features (V02 max, recovery advisor, running dynamics), and no foot pod needed.
Cons:
Screen is somewhat small and packing 4 data points on a page can make it difficult to read. Some learning curve if you typically use a 310 or 910.



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