Garmin Forerunner 245 Music Does The Thinking

Garmin Forerunner 245 Music

Garmin has a snappy way of summarizing the Forerunner 245 Music: “You do the running; the Garmin Forerunner 245 Music does the thinking.” That suggests this smartwatch is smarter than most! It certainly has a lot of bright ideas packed into it.

The Garmin Forerunner 245 Music offers storage for all your favourite music, so the days of taking your phone with you are history. You can store up to 500 songs. It’s a breeze to transfer music from your computer and create a playlist. All you have to do is get in sync with your preferred music streaming service, which is made easy on this user-friendly smartwatch. Then, it’s simply a case of using Bluetooth to listen to all the hits through your headphones.

Music aside, the Forerunner 245 Music does everything you need it to when you’re on the move. Advanced performance analytics, running form analysis, wellness and sleep monitoring are just a few of the features that make this a fitness tracker right out of the top drawer. Stat tracking, number crunching, training history and goal setting are all covered. Furthermore, the enhanced music features giving this device an edge on competing devices. Other smart things like safety and tracking features, including built-in incident detection. The great battery life of up to seven days in smartwatch mode and six hours in GPS mode with music, further push this GPS watch towards the top of the ladder in the smartwatch field.

The Music model currently retails at $549 inclusive of GST. This is more than the standard, lower-priced Garmin Forerunner 245 model at $460. The full specs are available on Garmin’s NZ site.

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