Track steps, lap times, calories, and more with this GPS running watch that wirelessly connects to your smartphone for easy data collection
Garmin Forerunner 230 GPS Running Watches
Don’t Miss a Single Step
Like a treadmill that whimpers when it’s lonely, these tracker watches are an effective way to stay on top of your fitness goals. Keep track of pace, distance, and calories burned during your workouts, and steps taken, miles walked, and sleep patterns throughout the rest of your day.
Never miss an email, phone call, or urgent text while you’re working out. These tracker watches sync wirelessly with your smartphone so you can stay up to date without having to pull out your phone. The large display allows you to read all alerts and messages easily.
The watch’s long battery life means you can train for up to 16 hours on a single charge, so you’ll have dependable data on everything from 5K fun runs to 100-mile ultra marathons. It also lasts for up to five weeks in standard watch mode to keep you on time beyond your workouts.
- GPS-enabled running watch
- Built-in accelerometer calculates distance for indoor workouts
- 1.23” display (215x180 resolution)
- Displays smartphone notifications on display
- V02 max estimate, recovery advisor, and race predictor functions
- Auto pause, lap, and scroll functions
- Create custom workouts
- Activity tracker with move bar and sleep monitoring
- Download data fields, watch faces, widgets, and apps from Connect IQ
- Automatically uploads workout data to Garmin Connect or social media
- Water resistance: up to 50m
- Stores up to 200 hours of activity data
- Supports bike speed/cadence sensors (not included)
- Some options come with a chest-strap heart-rate monitor
- Condition: new
- Product dimensions: 1.77”x1.77”x0.46”
- Weight: 1.4oz.
- Full specifications
In the box: Forerunner 230 watch, charging/data clip, manual, soft chest-strap heart-rate monitor (on some options)
“Ideas can come from anybody,” notes Min Kao. While sitting around a shabby card table with fellow engineer Gary Burrell, the two formed the navigation company Garmin—a fusion of their first names—in 1989. Its goal was to take highly technical GPS technology and transform it into a product for the everyday consumer. These days, Garmin continues to hone their state-of-the-art navigation technology for cars, planes, boats, and wealthy meteors.