Garmin's GPS running watches can do it all. From distance and pace tracking to wrist-based heart rate monitoring and advanced running metrics, you can find a Garmin watch that's tailored to help you excel.
Whether on the street, trail or water, there's a Garmin Forerunner watch that's perfect for you.
The Garmin Forerunner 35 features a Virtual Pacer to give you updates on your pace, distance and time so you know when to hit the gas or pump the brakes. It also helps you stay motivated with personal record alerts. Testers in our Garmin Forerunner 35 review raved about the all the capabilities packed into the watch that make it feel like it costs a lot more.
For runners who crave more data, the Garmin Forerunner 235 brings customizable training plans, heart-rate monitoring and Garmin Connect features right to your wrist. Paired with a smart phone, it also provides live tracking features so friends and family can keep tabs on your location while you run.
The series-leading Garmin Forerunner 645 Music incorporates up to 500 tunes into the smart timepiece. Plus, Garmin packed GPS, big battery life and a color display into the slim profile watch. Testers in Fleet Feet's Garmin Forerunner 645 Music review say the running watch does everything serious runners need and plenty more.
Compared with other Garmin running watches, the Forerunner series matches the right features with the right price to help you train better.
Garmin built the fenix series of running watches to be as rugged as you are.
Advanced features in all fenix 5 watches offer physiological metrics, running dynamics and location tracking so you can tailor your workouts on the fly. Garmin also integrated preloaded activity modes, so you can toggle between open-water swimming, trail running, mountain biking, hiking, skiing, triathlon, paddle boarding and golfing.
But they didn't leave out style: These Garmin watches are designed with premium materials, like lightweight titanium, durable stainless steel, handsome full-grain leather and scratch-resistant sapphire glass.
The compact and lightweight vivoactive watch series from Garmin is designed to be the ideal companion to your active lifestyle.
Garmin included built-in activity tracking, wrist-based heart rate monitoring and all-day stress checks to keep you cool. Plus, you can stay connected with smart notifications to keep up with the rest of your life no matter where you go.
With the Garmin vivofit Jr. 2, parents can also encourage their kids to be more active and use the onboard software to incentivize them to do their homework and chores.
Garmin packed its lineup of running and activity watches with features to help you train smarter. From the Garmin vivoactive 3 to the Garmin fenix 5, there's a watch for however you move.
See each individual watch for its list of unique features.