Updating two garmin who is dating paul butcher
I'm getting an error code that I'm assuming is because its too large of a file to import through bluetooth.Worked very well briefly, then I had to get a replacement for a faulty Edge 820 and now it won't connect.A lower price helps, but the depth and breadth of its tracking skills and training insights ensure it can still compete with newer running watches.These days we expect running watches to be more than distance and pace trackers.I get a message saying ' To complete Connection, open the Garmin Connect Mobile App on your phone'.It's already open and bluetooth connected, but nothing happens.Despite its age it’s still a viable choice for runners with a keen eye for performance and a bargain.
Also the auto routing seems awfully bad at it's job.
That said, comfort is compromised somewhere thanks to the fact the Forerunner 235’s sensor protrudes more than you’ll find on the likes of the Polar M430 and it can dig in a little on longer runs.
The buttons are responsive and easy enough to use on the move though and the whole thing weighs in at just 42g, which makes it one of the lighter watches you can strap on, though some people might not like the overall plastic feel that’s clearly helped shave off some grams.
Starts the process but gets the "Your session has expired.
As per other feedback, has issue with new 520 Plus that is fully up to date.