Summary: I swim 2 miles a day and after a while I forger the lap count, this watch has made my swim workouts better allowing me to focus on my form instead of counting laps. Easy to use without looking at the instructions.
Summary: Overall the Garmin Swim has completely met my expectations. The function are clear and easy to use. I admit it took a couple of swims to know where all the functions were on the watch and how to quickly access ten and record all aspects of my swims, but this has to be expected with and new device.
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.
I have just began to swim for exercise and am looking for something like this to help track my work outs and my ...
Paolo Gimondo, Amazon
12 July 2014
Summary: Thanks for all the input everyone. I have just began to swim for exercise and am looking for something like this to help track my work outs and my progression. Just looking for an opinion on the calorie counter feature. Does it display your calories burned? Also, do people feel it is accurate?