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Garmin Forerunner 645 Music GPS Running Watch launched in India

By: The Mobile Indian network, New Delhi Last updated : June 22, 2018 10:51 am

The company claims that the new watch is light and comes with music integration. The device has on-device music storage, through which users can store up to 500 songs. It is compatible with music services and can be loaded directly from the computer. Further, one can connect compatible Bluetooth headphones.
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Garmin has announced the launch of its new wearable smartwatch in India. Dubbed as Garmin Forerunner 645 Music GPS running watch, the device comes with a price tag of Rs 39,990 and it will be available on Amazon India, Garmin Estore and Paytm Mall in Black and Cerise colour options.

 

The company claims that the new watch is light and comes with music integration. The device has on-device music storage, through which users can store up to 500 songs. It is compatible with music services and can be loaded directly from the computer. Further, one can connect compatible Bluetooth headphones.

 

The smartwatch also comes with built-in GPS and GLONASS features that allow the athletes to keep a track on their runs without carrying a smartphone. The watch comes with Garmin Chroma Display with strengthened glass, which the brand claims that this makes it easier to read the text under direct sunlight. The watch has up to 7 days of battery life in smartwatch mode and up to 5 hours in GPS mode with music.

 

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The device is equipped with a 24/7 heart rate monitor advanced running dynamics, performance monitoring tools, connected features and many ways to customize using free watch faces, widgets, data fields and apps through the Garmin Connect IQ store.

 

Other features include wellness monitoring, that tracks for stress, relaxation based breathing timer to help balance stress and rest. Then there is a custom workout that allows users to create customized exercise workouts.  

 

Additionally, the anaerobic training effect measure tells athletes how their hard work and training is improving their ability to push beyond their limits. Users can view their overall training load, which measures the exercise volume from the last seven days and compares it to the optimal range for their fitness and recent training history.


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