Summary: Best buy I've made for some time. I read reviews of the watch before purchasing and have not yet experienced any of the complaints/issues that were raised in those reviews. I have waited 3 months before I posted a review, to see how I get on with the watch.
Summary: I've had this watch for some time now and I love it. I'm also using Garmin Connect which syncs up with your swimming data. It records my swim stroke automatically, how far I've swam, rest times, strokes per length, speed per 100 metres and it's never missed a beat.
Summary: Great watch for all you data junkies. Definitely makes you work harder and concentrate on your training. One tip before taking a rest, always hit the pause button (bottom right) just after you hit the wall.
Summary: Best of the swim watches out there although not 100% - on average it misses about 5 out of 60 lengths but then that might be down to my swimming style. Much easier to use than other swim watches and data can be transferred to Garmin Connect for analysis. Usual good Garmin build quality.
Summary: I'm taking swimming seriously for the first time and this watch has been brilliant at letting me focus on my technique without having to worry about the distraction of counting. To start with it mis-indentified my stroke - I think that had more to do with my technique than the watch because as I...
Summary: Ordered the watch on Friday and came on Saturday through the Amazon Prime trial. Used it today to test it out. After reading reviews for this and the Swimovate I decided on the Garmin because [a] I have the Garmin 500 and that has been accurate and good to use and [b] the battery in this is user...
Summary: Easy to use, works will minimal set-up and great for analysing swims on the Garmin website. I also have a Speedo Swim coach - works just as well, but the set-up and use is not as intuitive and there are no fancy graphs online!