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Forerunner 735XT HR TRI Bundle

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If your athletic endeavors refuse to be confined to a mere single sport, then you'll be happy to know that the Forerunner 735XT is Garmin's smallest form-factor multisport watch yet, and it features an Elevate™ optical heart rate sensor as well, making it both compact and incredibly convenient. This TRI-bundle version includes both HRM-Tri™ and HRM-Swim™ heart-rate straps for capturing advanced running dynamics as well as storing heart-rate data during open-water or pool swims and forwarding the information to the watch once you're out of the water. GPS + GLONASS reception makes for accurate location measurements even under tree cover or in dense cities, and a vibrant 31.1 mm diameter color display makes it easy to read all your stats in a single glance.

An auto-multisport mode means you can switch between sports with a single button press within the same activity, and the Forerunner 735XT has profiles for profiles for running, cycling, swimming, XC skiing, paddle sports, trail running, hiking, and strength training. Connect IQ support opens up the Forerunner 735XT to thousands of custom workouts, widgets, watch faces, data fields and apps for personalizing the watch. Bluetooth connectivity allows pairing with a smartphone to receive text, call, and email notifications directly on screen, plus the ability to control music playback, and automatic activity uploading to Garmin Connect either by smartphone or WiFi makes logging your runs, rides, and swims as streamlined as your triathlon transitions.

Other features include:

  • Activity tracking, including: steps, calories, and sleep
  • Advanced running dynamics, including: cadence, stride length, ground contact time / balance, vertical oscillation / ratio
  • LiveTracking
  • ANT+ connectivity to cycling speed / cadence sensors and Vector power meters
  • Varia™ radar, smart bike light, and Vision™ in-sight display compatibility
  • Strava Suffer Score integration
  • VO2 max estimate, lactate threshold, race predictor and recovery advisor with use of chest HR strap
  • 14 hour training battery life (GPS + HR enabled)
  • 11 days battery life in watch + HR mode
  • 5 ATM waterproofness rating
  • 80 hours activity memory

Available in multiple colors. Includes Forerunner 735XT watch, HRM-Tri heart rate strap, HRM-Swim heart rate strap, charging / data clip, instruction manual. Dimensions are 44.5 x 44.5 x 11.9 mm. Claimed weight is 40.2 g.

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This is a great watch!
by JT
Competitive Racer
Dallas, TX
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

I had the 910 and it wasn't always working properly. Instead of getting a refurbished one from Garmin, I decided to upgrade to the 735. It does everything that the 910 did, but way better. I've started using it as a everyday watch in addition to about 1.5-4 hours of workouts each day. Battery life is great, I still only charge it a few times a week while I'm showering. I really like the fact that it self calibrates the footpod. The swimming heart rate monitor is pretty awesome too.

Reviewed 4/4/2017
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Most complete package out there
by aeroguru.net
Sao Paulo, Brazil
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Was away of Garmin, after a while using Suunto (Ambit3 Sport). Indeed the robustness of Suunto hardware stands out when you compare to the lightweight nature of these latest Garmin.

However I must acknowledge that its GPS reception got much quicker than previous Garmin models and now is on par to Suunto. Software in general is a plus for Garmin - I hate to admit, but they are the standard, so there are more apps that are compatible to it. Still expensive and I would prefer an option without the integrated HR reader, but even that may help sometimes, when travelling and when you forgot the strap... Overall I call it the best tri watch nowadays (March 2017)

Reviewed 3/20/2017
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