Garmin Forerunner® 945 Running Watches Garmin

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Have you been looking for a smartwatch focused on everything fitness?

Garmin has been one of the frontrunners in fitness smartwatches for a while and the new Forerunner 945 has only upgraded and enhanced the older models we are all familiar with.

The Forerunner 945 is the latest version of our #1 selling line of running watches. Like all Forerunners, it begins a new era in running dynamics with advanced running metrics to take you beyond personal bests.

Preloaded activity profiles let you quickly choose from five indoor and outdoor activities, including swimming (pool swim). Create up to 10 custom workouts with intensity targets; monitor your form by comparing actual effort against target zone metrics — including stroke type and position for pool swims. You can also follow courses that others have shared via Garmin Connect™ Mobile or for more structured workouts.

There are many other features and benefits to picking the Forerunner 945 over other Garmin fitness watches;

Key Features

Garmin uses a proprietary Quickfit®watch band so the watch will never come loose or fall off

The Forerunner® 945 has been designed with larger buttons and an always-on display for easy use on the go

Comes equipped with Connect IQ™, allowing you to customize your watch face and apps as per your preference

Allows you to simultaneously measure multiple data fields from a single screen Measure heart rate, GPS data, elevation and more

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

Garmin smartwatches aren’t only stylish but they are functional for what you are looking for, especially if you are more athletic than some others. Being able to customize your workouts as well as having access to pre-structured workouts increases the desirability of the Forerunner 945 as your new fitness smartwatch.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.