Garmin updates its line of GPS Forerunner working hours today with a completely new line of watches, ranging from the entry-level $ 199.99 Forerunner 45 to $ 599,99 Forerunner 945, which is designed for professional athletes.
Forerunner 45 (and 45S, which is a & # 39 is a smaller version 45) got the biggest visual changes in the lineup. They have the same round face, as in the more expensive models in the line of the Baptist, along with some new features for tracking exercises on planning for the day and support the coach of Garmin function. Like all Forerunner Garmin, clock, built-in sensor has a heart rate and onboard GPS.
245 (and 245 music from the & # 39 is the same as 245, but with the ability to locally store up to 500 songs) with the & # 39 is an upgraded version of the 235, and it gets added back support stress and tracking sleep more sport track, and an updated interface. It also adds an oximeter sensor for even more shelf data.
And finally, there is a new Forerunner 945, $ 599.99 for the flagship of the range. 945 adds a pulse oximeter to measure oxygen uptake, Garmin cards for contactless purchases, and full-color maps for the navigation time is running. It can store up to 1000 songs on the local level (with compatible services such as Spotify or Deezer), and there is a new tool for analyzing the past history of training in order to improve future training. Garmin promises up to two weeks of battery life in SmartWatch mode, up to 36 hours in GPS mode and up to 10 hours with both GPS and music active.
Forerunner 45 models will be available later in May. Forerunner 245, Forerunner 245 and Forerunner 945 Music now available.