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I was in need of a new GPS watch, and it so worked out that Apple was releasing a new version of the Apple Watch, the Series 3. As a runner first, whatever watch I get (and this review is centered around running first) will support my running career first and foremost. If I can't-do workouts ...
In the same boat. Apple Watch 3 (AW3) or Garmin Forerunner 645. @Mark Greaves LOL- Would love the Fenix but my wife wouldn't :-) I've got an iPhone and the upside of the AW3 is the Apple ecosystem, but I just want to tell the time and track all my activities, not particularly interested in looking like Michael Knight from Knightrider!
Like during the Boston marathon in 2017 or other critical races or workout. Actually it's the Garmin Connect app that kept me with Garmin running watches. I know Polar does a better job tracking heart rate but I like the Garmin Connect app enough, plus have years of data on it.
Garmin vs the Apple Watch Series 2 I am not singling out a specific Garmin watch in this review ( to read reviews on just about every Garmin device available today, check out DC Rainmaker's awesome site )but will instead be lumping in the latest Garmin watches since most of them provide smart notifications and can be used as a semi-smartwatch.
No two runners are the same, and that's exactly what we keep in mind with our running watches. From the easy-to-use GPS trainer to watches with on-board music storage and even triathlon-friendly powerhouses that offer advanced performance metrics, we have a training partner that's right for you.
Get more out of your running—and exclusive access to running gear—with the Go More, Get More challenges in the NRC app. Run with us for all five months for a chance at an all-expenses-paid trip to Nike World Headquarters in Beaverton, OR, plus a spot on the Hood to Coast relay team.
I've been using the Garmin S20 for the better part of year, a friend told me about the Garmin Golf app within the last couple months, I feel like an idiot for not having been using the app along with the watch the entire time. It does a great job of journalizing your rounds, tracking stats and even calculating your handicap.
The Health app takes similar data from different sources, like steps recorded from your iPhone and activity from your Apple Watch, and organizes it based on where it comes from. By default, Health prioritizes data in this order: Health data that you enter manually. Data from your iPhone, iPod touch, and Apple Watch.