as informed in Garmin is back again with the Forerunner 935, a fully featured running and triathlon GPS sports watch.
The Forerunner 935 is also compatible with the full line of Varia cycling awareness accessories for the cycling enthusiast.
According to Garmin, the Forerunner 935 aggregates past training results and then uses that data to evaluate the amount of effort users exert during fitness sessions, i.e.
There are also other advanced dynamics for running, cycling and swimming, including FTP, VO2 max, cadence, stride length, ground contact time and balance, vertical oscillation and vertical ratio.
“With similar features to the Fenix 5 – our popular multisport GPS watch built for fitness, adventure and style – the Forerunner 935 is catered more towards athletes focused on performance and results,” said Dan Bartel, Garmin vice president of global consumer sales.
as mentioned in Garmin’s latest sport watch — the Forerunner 935 — looks to be its most serious yet.
A package bundle with additional heart rate trackers for triathletes and swimmers will go for $650.
It comes with GPS, a host of sensors (including heart rate, altimeter, and barometer), and supports Garmin’s expansive range of tracking features.
Like the 735XT, the new 935 can estimate VO2 Max and connect to the Strava app to deliver users’ “Suffer Score” — a real-time measure of exertion based on heart rate information.
Like the company’s previous top-of-the-line device, the Forerunner 735XT, the 935 tracks a number of cardio activities automatically (including cycling, swimming, hiking, and more) but offers particularly in-depth information for runners.
Garmin Forerunner 935 multisport watch is built for serious athletes
as mentioned in In watch mode, it’ll be good for two weeks before you need to power it up again.
Garmin has unveiled the Forerunner 935, its latest GPS sports watch built for triathletes that packs in new training features and the company’s own Elevate heart rate monitoring tech.
That’s powered by the folks at Firstbeat Analytics adding modes like Training status, Training load and training effect metric already included on the Fenix 5.
The 935 weighs just 49g, will be available in black and features a 1.2-inch 240 x 240 transflective display.
Garmin is also offering a 60-day trial of Strava Premium if you decide to part with your cash.