When it comes to Garmin, all that comes to mind is a dedicated fitness smartwatch which tracks crucial metrics with the accuracy that most fancy smart wearables don't. However, it makes you shell a lot of money. Recently, Garmin brought Forerunner 45, an update to its Forerunner 35. The smartwatch, geared towards beginner to intermediate-level runners and fitness enthusiasts, comes for a price that may not pinch all.
We spent a few weeks with the watch — running, cycling, and sometimes just walking around the city — and here's what the experience was like:
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