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16 июля 2021 г. 14:18


I know that you guys are so excited about this latest footstep tracking device and must be curious to know more about this product, right? So, here I’m going to discuss as much as I have discovered while testing it. The Forerunner 945 LTE is all about cellular-connected sports adventures. But there is an issue that you won’t receive regular text messages through LTE on it. Even you can’t stream Spotify wirelessly in real-time by mobile networks. Garmin’s complete focus on the Forerunner 945 LTE is on athletic sports features and not on the general-purpose smartwatch features.

Price and Availability

The FR945 LTE has been launched in early June 2021 along with Garmin’s Forerunner 55, which is an entry-level running smartwatch. The Forerunner 945 LTE is not a newly invented smartwatch practically but rather an upgrade to the existing FR 945 that incorporates LTE connectivity (along with a monthly service plan). It is designed to give phone-free live tracking and emergency support. The smartwatch’s retail price is $650, and with an LTE service, it can be bought (and renewed) in 6 or 12-month contracts. The six-month block costs just $6.99/month, whereas the 12-month contract runs $5.99/month. The FR 945 LTE is available with retailers like Walmart, Amazon, and B&H and also on the official Garmin website.

What can the Forerunner 945 LTE do?

The FR 945 LTE smartwatch is developed for hard-core and serious runners, triathletes, and cyclists. These people spend several hours per day/week in training for their forthcoming major race or personal challenge. So, they are not possibly willing to carry any unnecessary weight or distractions, for instance, a smartphone. Instead, they can tie a smartwatch on their wrists without feeling like any distraction. And they possibly do want to get access to help should they require it. That’s what the latest FR 945 LTE provides.

You need to set up the FR 945 LTE with the Garmin Connect App. Once you set the App up, you can locate your emergency contacts to get alert in case you are stuck into any kind of trouble or need help while out on your workout.

You can also get benefited from Garmin’s Assistance Plus feature. This feature automatically sends your name and current destination to a professionally monitored 24×7 call center. Then the call center can immediately assist you with your local emergency services. Further, the Incident Detection feature (which launched on other connected Garmin smartwatches the previous year) can automatically alert these Assistance Plus features when it senses that you’ve fallen or hurt yourself during your exercise activity, whether that activity is a ride, run, hike, or walk.

Also, the LTE signal enables you to send your current location through Garmin’s LiveTrack feature. This feature allows approved family members and folks to track your ride/run in real-time. Even they can share some motivational audio or text messages with you to keep you motivated and continue to progress towards your final goal. Additionally, your contacts can watch your pace and mileage.

FR 945 LTE Smartwatch Features

Just like the Fitbit Sense, most of Garmin’s fitness tracking watches have included more smartwatch-like features. The FR 945 LTE tracker incorporates built-in music storage for apps like Spotify, Amazon Music, Deezer, mobile transactions, and the capability to get smartphone notifications.

Garmin also includes another app that is ConnectIQ. This app allows you to install more apps and watchfaces, which is nothing similar to what you’d leverage with an Apple Watch or a WearOS smartwatch.

What’s Good?

Well, I found that the FR 945 LTE is comfortable and feels light-weighted on my wrist. The case of FR 945 LTE is a bit smaller than the Venu 2 tracker (44.4mm to 45.4mm), but it’s a considerable difference that I can surely sense. The more I like the Venu 2, the more it’s pushing me to feel what I’m comfortable wearing on my wrist. And it would persistently bump against my wrist when it flexed backward. Thankfully, that’s not so with the FR 945 LTE.

Plus, I appreciated the reliability of the pushbutton. The buttons do exactly the same as what you expect, every time. I also liked that I can easily read the 945 LTE outdoors in bright-lit places. I didn’t need to crank up the brightness to view my scant workout stats, which I usually have to do with AMOLED screens.

Source :- https://offsetup.wordpress.com/2021/07/16/garmin-forerunner-945-lte-things-you-must-know/

Alice Martin arrived on the cyber security scene in the early 2000s when virus and malware were still new and slowly evolving. Her longtime affair with writing with an interest in the cybersecurity industry, combined with her IT degree, has contributed to experience several aspects of security suite industry such as blogging at norton.com/setup or mcafee.com/activate or webroot.com/safe

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