Update: Garmin’s extended family of run trackers just got bigger with launches at CES 2018 including the Garmin Forerunner 645. Check out the latest options.
For almost 30 years, Garmin has been producing GPS technology for a wide range of industries, including automotive, aviation, marine, and – crucially for our purposes – fitness.
Garmin has one of the widest portfolios, from the budget Forerunner 10 to the expensive-but-powerful Forerunner 935, and its devices are among the best running watches you can buy right now,
Its recent launches are even challenging Samsung, LG and other top smartwatch makers as a real threat to that nascent category – so spend a little bit more and you’ll be getting a genuine Apple Watch 3 alternative.
However, with such a broad range of devices, it can be tricky working out which Garmin is the right device for you and how much you should really spend.
So whether you’re looking to take your training and race analysis to the next level (thus enabling you to regale/bore your friends and family with details of your VO2 max, resting heart rate and running dynamics) or you’re simply taking your first tentative step into running watches, we’ve sorted and …read more