December 19, 2016 3:58:16 pm
Garmin has announced the launch of Forerunner 35 in India. Forerunner 35 is a GPS-enabled running watch with built-in Garmin Elevate wrist-based heart rate technology. The technology allows users to monitor their heart rate constantly without a chest strap. It supports full smart notifications and tracks essential data like distance, pace, personal records etc. Garmin Forerunner 35 also counts steps, calories and intensity minutes.
Garmin Forerunner 35 has an upgraded sleek design and features a high resolution display. The Forerunner 35 comes with multiple sport profiles such as indoor running, walking, cycling and cardio activities. It is claimed to have a battery life of up to nine days in watch/activity tracking mode, and up to 13 hours in training mode.
It shows vibration alerts for running prompts, activity tracking milestones, and virtual pacing progress. Users can set up vibration alerts for incoming calls, text, emails and calendar events as well. It supports music controls, automatic uploads and software updates.
“Our newly launched GPS enabled watch will provide world class technology with a host of built-in features including wrist-based heart rate and smart connectivity. The Forerunner 35 is the perfect tool for runners who want to stay fit, stay connected, and share their progress,” Ali Rizvi, National Sales Manager Garmin India said.
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Garmin Forerunner 35 automatically syncs with Garmin Connect mobile app. Users can also share their workouts with friends and family in real time on Garmin Connect. Users can share Live Track, join fitness challenges, analyse training progress, as well as set and track goals.
Forerunner 35 is priced at Rs 15,990. It will be available in black, limelight, frost blue and white colour variants. The device will be exclusively available on paytm.com and Paytm app.
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