Add some color to your run with the new Forerunner 210w

Forerunner210_HR_100.1 The fall marathon season is right around the corner and what better way to recognize all your hard work than to put a new Forerunner on your wrist. As easy to use as the popular Forerunner 110, Garmin’s new Forerunner 210w is ideal for runners who simply want to step outside, acquire satellites and start their workout. Forerunner 210w provides real-time data such as pace, distance and time by using a high-sensitivity GPS receiver with Garmin’s HotFix® technology to quickly acquire and sustain satellite reception. For runners who want more training capabilities, Forerunner 210w lets you create customized interval sessions and see your pace for each interval. You can also set up heart rate alerts to notify you when you are above or below your targets. If you’re using the 210w with Garmin’s featherweight foot pod (perfect for running indoors or out), you will later be able to see your running cadence, or steps per minute, when you upload your data to Garmin Connect. Available in a stylish glossy Teal-on-black design, Forerunner 210w looks fashionable on the run, in the office or out Forerunner210_HR_102.1on the town.

Lasting up to 8 hours in GPS/training mode and up to three weeks in power-save mode, Forerunner 210w  can be an everyday watch even on an off day of training. Users can save time by charging the battery and uploading workout data to Garmin Connect™ at the same time through an easy-to-use USB connection, which also is used to upload free software updates quickly from

Get in the zone with heart rate training

The Forerunner 210w features Garmin’s premium soft strap heart rate monitor for the most comfortable fit possible. The 210w has five heart rate zones, which you can customize based on your exact zones. It even provides heart rate-based calorie computations so you can more accurately track your calories burned.

Store, share and analyze with Garmin Connect

Because Forerunner 210w stores and displays hundreds of hours of saved history, runners can see their totals even when they haven’t had a chance to upload to Garmin Connect. But once at Garmin Connect (, users can quickly and easily create and log their workouts, track their totals, set goals, share workouts with friends and family and participate in an online fitness community of more than 70 million activities around the world. Users can even create new courses within Garmin Connect and send them directly to their device. Garmin Connect displays metrics such as time, distance, speed, elevation and heart rate. This information is shown through charts, illustrations, reports and a variety of map representations including street, photo, topographic, and elevation maps as well as the popular Google Earth application.


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