|商品尺寸||4.19 x 4.19 x 1.14 cm; 36.29 克|
|功能用途||内置GPS跟踪运行;24/7 心率监测;记录距离、步速和间隔, *和压力监测;接收短信和呼叫警报;事故检测和远程协助|
|型号 / 款式||010-02156-05|
GARMIN 佳明 Forerunner 45 42 毫米易于使用的GPS 跑步手表,带教练训练计划支持,黑色
Garmin Forerunner 45, 42mm Easy-to-use GPS Running Watch with Coach Free Training Plan Support, Black
- GPS 跑步手表,支持 Garmin Coach 训练计划
- 易于使用的跑步手表可估算手腕处的心率,并具有 GPS 功能跟踪您的步伐、距离、间隔等
- 配合免费的 Garmin 教练自适应训练计划,将专业、个性化的教练带到您的手腕上
- 连接功能包括来电短信和电话的智能通知、自动上传到我们的 Garmin 连接在线社区、实时跟踪和控制您在配对兼容智能手机上播放音乐
- 和跟踪功能包括事故检测(在特定活动期间),通过配对的兼容智能手机将实时位置发送到紧急联系人。运动应用程序适用于跑步、骑自行车、室内跟踪、跑步机、椭圆、有氧运动、瑜伽等。电池寿命:智能手表模式下长达 7 天;GPS 模式下长达 14 小时
- Gps running watch with Garmin Coach training plan support
- Easy to use running watch estimates heart rate at the wrist and features GPS to track your pace, distance, intervals and more
- Works with free Garmin coach adaptive training plans that bring expert, personalized coaching right to your wrist
- Connected features include smart notifications for incoming texts and calls, automatic uploads to our Garmin connect online community, live tracking and controls for the music playing on your paired compatible smartphone
- Safety and tracking Features include incident detection (during select activities) which sends your real time location to emergency contacts through your paired compatible smartphone
- Sports apps for running, cycling, indoor track, treadmill, elliptical, cardio, yoga and more
- Battery life: Up to 7 days in smartwatch mode; 14 hours in GPS mode
当您系上鞋子并准备跑步时,请确保您有合适的工具。 Forerunner 45 是一款 GPS 跑步手表,具有所有与跑步相关的功能,在一款时尚、轻便的智能手表中,您一整天都想佩戴它。
On the Way to Wellness
The Forerunner 45 GPS running watch offers extensive activity and wellness tracking features. Wear it 24/7 to estimate daily steps, distance, calories burned and even sleep. This smartwatch also features all-day stress monitoring for wellness tracking during the day. If your stress level starts to climb, use the relaxation breathing timer for a few minutes of guided breathing, which can help calm your mind and body.
GPS Running Watch with Garmin Coach Training Plan Support
When you lace up your shoes and get ready to run, make sure you have the right tool for the job. Forerunner 45 is the GPS running watch with all the running-related features you need in a sleek, lightweight smartwatch that you’ll want to wear all day and night
- Easy-to-use running watch estimates heart rate at the wrist and features GPS to track your pace, distance, intervals and more
- Works with free Garmin Coach adaptive training plans that bring expert, personalized coaching right to your wrist
- Connected features include smart notifications for texts/calls, automatic uploads to our Garmin Connect online community, live tracking and controls for music playing on a paired compatible smartphone
- Safety and tracking features include incident detection (during select activities) which sends your real-time location to emergency contacts through your paired with compatible smartphone
- Sports apps for running, cycling, indoor track, treadmill, elliptical, cardio, yoga and more
- Battery life: up to 7 days in smartwatch mode; 14 hours in GPS mode
Features and Benefits
Run Your Heart Out
This easy-to-use running watch is perfect for daily runs, training sessions and even that upcoming 10K you got talked into. Built-in GPS tracks where you run and gives you accurate stats, including distance, pace and intervals. And its intuitive button interface makes it easy for sweaty hands to mark a lap or pause the timer. Forerunner 45 also estimates heart rate at the wrist, day and night.
Gear up with Garmin Coach
Whether you’re a seasoned runner or just getting off the couch, everyone can use a little bit of guidance. That’s why Forerunner 45 is compatible with Garmin Coach adaptive training plans. These plans feature guidance from expert coaches and free training plans that adapt to you and your goals. It’s a foolproof way to get to the finish line. As part of your training plan, it can even help you predict your race time. And the workouts sync right to your watch.
Stay Connected on the Run
Safety and tracking features make it easy to share your location with chosen contacts in case you need assistance — manually, or automatically with built-in incident detection (when paired with a compatible smartphone. See safety and tracking features requirements and limitations). And a variety of connected features keeps you in touch with the rest of the world during and in between runs. Get smart notifications delivered to your wrist for incoming text messages and phone calls. And when paired with your compatible smartphone, Forerunner 45 will automatically upload your run data to the Garmin Connect online fitness community. It even has handy controls for the music playing on your phone, so you can skip songs without missing a beat.
There’s More to Do
With a dozen activity profiles available, you’ll always have a way to capture your sweat equity, even when you don’t feel like running. Forerunner 45 can record your efforts during a cycling workout, on the treadmill, indoor track and elliptical — and while doing cardio, yoga and more.
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...Until four months later, when I started to miss my Garmin. I was going to look for another outdated, refurbished Forerunner 230, but when I looked for it on the Amazon site, I kept being directed to a new Forerunner 45 instead. The display was very different from the 230, and as I read about its features, I thought it has too many "bells and whistles" that I don't need....like the "body battery" feature, concerning which I was quite cynical as to how accurate such a feature could really be (similar to my cynicism about my previous watch's claim to be able to measure my VO2 max). Notwithstanding, at only $139, I considered the watch a great value and purchased it.
Just one week into wearing it, I can't take it off...I'm addicted to it! The most pleasant surprise has been the accuracy and convenience of the built in heart rate monitor, which over the past three long distance runs has proven itself to be every bit as good and accurate as the Garmin chest strap I formally wore with the 230. Now I have around-the-clock, 24 hour heart readings, including my resting heart beat, which again is very accurate (mind you, I wear the watch with the face on the under wrist, which probably provides for a more accurate pulse reading). And the feature I was most cynical about, the "body battery," has also proven itself a delightful and accurate edition to the repertoire of my watch's features. How do I know it is accurate? Simply because it accurately expresses exactly how I feel! It is really amazing. Even the clock display, which I thought I would never grow to like--it displays the minutes beneath the hours--has grown on me in just a week, and no longer bothers me. Whereas I used to take off my other Garmins when I went to bed, as they didn't have any features I felt I need during the night, the 45 model begs to be worn around-the-clock, as it provides vital information--heart rate, sleep, and body clock summaries--the next morning. With these features, especially the "body battery," the watch is tutoring me as to what my realistic fitness aims should be, on a particular day. If the body battery displays a 25/100 charge, I probably shouldn't attempt a 12 mile run, like I did nonetheless yesterday, I failed to complete it before hitting "the wall." I highly recommend this watch an model, which is becoming a dear, dear friend.
A lot of the displays could use work. Things aren't labeled. None of the graphs scale at all, so they look totally flat w/ just 2 pts labeled (e.g. heartrate is just s wiggly line at about 0.15 on whatever scale it is, whether my pulse is 49 or 115 it looks the same).
The "moveIQ" feature just doesn't work as well as a fitbit; it isn't customizable, and it tells me I need to move while I'm mid walk or doing yardwork, and then it says "move bar cleared" when I'm sitting motionless. That needs work!
Not to pile on, but w/ no phone paired/no bluetooth, and default settings (~1.5s backlight, gps only during runs, heartrate on), I get like 3.5d of battery life instead of the claimed 7d.
OK, that may sound negative, but overall it's hands down the best I've had for running. Just the rest of the (less important) stuff needs some (mostly software) work.
It isn't too big (I got the 45s as I have tiny wrists for a dude). I think there's a lot of potential here, and "fresh from the box" it does what I need for running. The pc/web apps work fine and have lots of info (again, graph scaling is terrible; c'mon guys the code for this has been public since before any of y'all were born, it's not hard). It seems to do well on route logging, distance, pace, etc. although I haven't tried to rigorously calibrate it (just using it's defaults, but it seems ok so far).
So, very high marks for a casual runner. If I really wanted a lifestyle fitness monitor I'd probably pick a fitbit, like my wife uses tho. But I expect this will improve (already a lot of s/w updates, some pretty substantial).
I'm increasingly skeptical of the heart rate monitor accuracy. It says my sleeping HR is 41-45; pretty sure I'd be dead? walking across the room it frequently says 115. reading? anywhere from 51-90..wth? Lifting for 45m? 65 while lifting but randomly jumping to 100+ when I'm resting for a longer break. I'm exactly avg size/wt for adult male, and in "meh" shape after 2020-21, very casual run/lift a couple times a week. In the past i've checked and gotten much more reasonable & consistent HR (60-65 resting, ~100+exercising, etc.) manually. Still happy w/ the running watch time & distance & logging tho.