Pre-orders for the Garmin Forerunner 945 will ship in mid-May

On its website, Garmin has declared the Forerunner 945 to be official. The device is currently up for pre-order; delivery is expected in two to three weeks.

The sports watch is also listed on Amazon, but shipping is scheduled for the end of May. Therefore, the best place to go is Garmin’s website if you’d rather not wait for the retail behemoth. The $599.99 gadget is available in black. If you select the $749.99 bundle that includes the HRM TRI and HRM Swim HR monitors, there is also a blue option.

As anticipated, the watch includes a few features in addition to everything we’ve grown to love about the Forerunner 935. On-board music storage is a part of this. According to the advertisement, 8GB of capacity is equivalent to up to 1,000 songs. With Bluetooth headphones attached and the capability active, you can stream music without a smartphone. A few music streaming providers are also accessible through it.

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Additionally, you will receive the Garmin Pay contactless payment system. This enables you to make mobile transactions without a smartphone, cash, or credit card. All current Garmin Forerunner and Fenix devices come equipped with the feature as standard equipment.

The next improvement is full-color, onboard maps that direct you while you run, so that you never get lost while working out. I like what you get with the most recent Fenix line.

The Pulse Ox sensor and the Body Battery feature have both made it into the gadget. Also improved are the performance monitoring functions.

Adjustments for heat and altitude acclimatization states are now included in VO2 max and training status. With the help of the training load focus, you may categorize your training load according to the level of intensity and complexity of each activity that was recorded. Other new Firstbeat features are recovery time and more precise aerobic and anaerobic training effects.

Additionally, the device has built-in tracking and safety measures. This includes incident detection (during particular activities), which notifies a predetermined list of emergency contacts of your current position in real time. The watch accomplishes this via the attached, compatible smartphone.

The Forerunner 945 has additional features like water resistance up to a depth of 510 meters (5 ATM). The device weighs 50 grams and has a diameter of 47mm (1.9??).

Battery life is almost unchanged from the device’s predecessor despite the added functionality. Users can use their smartwatches for up to two weeks, 10 hours in GPS mode with music, and 36 hours without.


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