After more than 3 months of using Forerunner 935 with a total distance of up to 1,000 miles (about 1.609km), Mr. Ted had to say: “This is the best training tool I’ve ever experienced!”
In 2003, Garmin launched Forerunner 101, the first GPS-mounted wristwatch for runner. After decades of relentless research and launching a lot of “extreme” technology, Garmin Forerunner 935 is now the new and most modern watch that runners can trust in this brand.
Ted Westbrook is one of the veteran and most knowledgeable runner for the development of the talking Forerunner product line and GPS watches in general for nearly two decades, since the time he used the Forerunner 205. Here are the professional analysis of this veteran athlete with “super product” Forerunner 935 after more than 3 months of experience.
Lightweight, about 49g, Forerunner 935 feels comfortable and convenient to wear. The watch strap is made from stretchable rubber plastic, along with the fanciful dark gray, which brings the “plus” in the runner’s eye to the “Forerunner 920XT” predecessor.
The face of the watch is made of tempered glass and is extremely resistant to scratches. Besides, the “buffalo” of the battery up to 24 hours despite turning on GPS makes Forerunner 935 “cracked” Forerunner 920XT in all aspects.
The back of Forerunner 935 is an optical heart rate monitor that operates very quickly and accurately, allowing the user to maintain a target heart rate at a certain level. This is especially effective for runner who are in the process of recovering from injury, avoiding letting the body into excessive stress.
The back of Forerunner 935 is an optical heart rate monitor that operates very quickly and accurately.
With a 5ATM water resistance rating (capable of withstanding water pressure at a depth of 50m while still ensuring operation) and stroke counts (an indicator to see how far you can swim underwater for each hand fan), Forerunner 935 is a useful “tool” for swimmers.
In addition, this “super product” is also used by the relay with indoor and outdoor cycling modes, and the ability to connect ANT + to analyze cycling speed and pace. Even the runner can track the performance indicators of the left or right foot, from which there are appropriate training methods.