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Garmin

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Garmin Zumo 595LM

Latest review: I have recently purchased this item including Tyre pressure sensors and I also have a Garmin VIRB camera , The GPS is brilliant works fast & accurate , It has more Apps.and features than I know what


Garmin Edge 200

Latest review: No wires is the main reason why I bought this model. The next is the easy attachment to multiple bikes (via rubber bands) as opposed to cable ties, takes less than a minute to swap it to my other


Garmin Nuvi 1450T

Latest review: I owned a Tom Tom for the last 3 years until it finally died. Thought I would try a Garmin. Unit is excellent - fast GPS connection (even connects inside my house - Tom Tom did not) easy to use and


Garmin Foretrex 601

Latest review: If you are reading this you are probably in 2 minds about spending your hard earned money on this device. I highly recommend this. Very rugged and built well. If you are hiking you need this. If


Garmin Vivosport

Latest review: Very happy with the Garmin. Does what I want, is waterproof to an extent, is very active, has a long battery life and the app is very good. The fit on my arm is good and I like the watch


Garmin Forerunner 920XT

Latest review: Have owned five earlier model Garmin GPS watches (and a TomTom) and find the FR920xt ticks all boxes now and likely into the future. Pros: big screen, big buttons, intuitive interface, brilliant GPS


Garmin Striker DV7

Latest review: For under $700 you can't go wrong, we fish NSW south coast Australia, Never had a drama with the unit, clear screen easy to use buttons, fast start up. I didn't need maps as we have a gps map on the


Garmin Oregon 600

Latest review: I bought this unit when the model runout sales were on, got it for half price. The Oregon 600 was to replace the GPSMap 78s which I used for marine navigation on my jetski. The 78s lasted about 3


Garmin Forerunner 630

Latest review: Have this watch for the last 15 months and it's fantastic. I use it for running and also as my daily watch. So many features and the support from Garmin has been A1. Upgraded from the 410 version


Garmin Fenix 3

Latest review: Really good GPS watch. Highly accurate from my experience. Sort of wish I got the heart rate version but I am under the impression that the band you wrap around yourself is more


Garmin Approach S20

Latest review: This watch looks super sleak, quite similar to an apple watch. It is pretty comfortable and works well at providing accurate distances to greens, hazards as well as tracking shot distances. Love the


Garmin Forerunner 35

Latest review: The garmin forerunner35 is an excellent watch, gd size numbers for telling the time, very comfortable to wear even in bed. The set up is very easy and straightforward. And day to day use is easy too.


Garmin Vivosmart HR+

Latest review: Ok, so I don’t run, BUT I chose this activity tracker because I can use it for my steps, walks and gym activity. I wanted something lightweight and functional that looks good, can hold a charge r


Garmin Edge 520

Latest review: I researched a lot of these and settled on the 520 due to it not being touch screen (avoid possible issues when raining) and cost and ability to program training sessions which can be quite complex.


Garmin Fenix 5

Latest review: Bought this primarily for GPS functionality so have been disappointed. The Garmin etrex units I have previously purchased work straight 'out-of-the-box', not this one, had to down load 'widgets' or


Garmin Forerunner 235

Latest review: I used to have this gariman forerunner 235 for my gym because I had heard about it a lot, but it was not working very well as I expected, I had to gift it someone


Garmin eTrex

Latest review: I have found that the Etrex 10 is all you need in a GPS. It has all the features of the big brands without all the whistles and toots. If you take the time to set the Etrex 10 up correctly it will


Garmin Vivoactive

Latest review: Great product fo reveryday use. Ive had this product for over 2 years and it still works a charm. It does not have a heart rate monitor but could be paired if you buy the strap. The face can be


Garmin Forerunner 935

Latest review: Let's be clear - if you buy a Forerunner 935 you are not going to be disappointed. Good battery life and genuinely interesting fitness metrics (e.g. stress level, R.E.M. sleep, etc). Very light and


Garmin Glo

Latest review: The product is small and light weight. Can easily carry in pocket bag etc or place in vehicle (as I have done). Product is easy to use however and is 10Hz however the 10Hz appears to only work with


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