The Garmin Forerunner 735XT is a lightweight GPS multisport watch for tracking training data Tracks heart rate at the wrist day or night. Display size: 31.1 mm diameter, display resolution, WxH: 215 x 180 pixels. Includes HRM-run heart rate monitor strap Water resistant up to 50 m Smart notifications: Receive texts, emails, calls and social media alerts on your watch. Customize with free watch faces, apps and more from our Connect IQ store.
The Tri Bundle turns the Forerunner into one of the most powerful and comprehensive fitness-tracking packages available, but even on its own, the watch is powerful enough to offer great performance monitoring and coaching.
Overall, I think that if you’re looking at shorter distance triathlons (Sprint/Olympic/Half-Iron), the FR735XT is the most capable unit in the smallest package available today. The battery lasts up to 16 hr. in GPS mode Up to 14 hr. in GPS mode and wrist-based heart rate Up to 10 hr. in GPS + GLONASS mode and wrist-based.
A great running and triathlon watch, with slim design, long battery life and now a much better price to go along with it. Although a little lightweight in nature it's more than good enough to function as a daily timepiece, and actually shows up some of the more 'dedicated' smartwatches.
The Forerunner 735 XT is stunning to look at, and I found myself wanting to wear it all day long. Usually I'm one of those guilty parties who just wears a watch for training; but the 735 XT took up permanent residence on my wrist, thanks to two massively appealing characteristics.
It has an accurate GPS and GLONASS systems, as well as a compass and accelerometer. The 735XT tracks your daily progress, steps, speed, strides, distance traveled, calories burned, intensity intervals, and other aspects of your workout.
From a physical standpoint, the Forerunner 735XT is virtually identical to the Forerunner 230/235/630. It’s lightweight and thin with a good-sized display. Garmin points out it’s the smallest, lightest multi-sport (i.e. triathlete) GPS watch they’ve ever made.
While it has a wrist HR sensor that is fairly accurate and up to Garmin’s standards, the two chest straps that come with it are far more reliable if you really want to trust your metrics.
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