There’s always the concern that with so many features on board, the Forerunner 630 would lose sight of its core features as a sports watch. Fortunately, that’s not the case here. It still does the basics brilliantly and the smartwatch additions don’t feel like an afterthought like they do on so many other sports watches. Some syncing issues aside, this is one of the best running watches you can lay your hands on if you’re serious about running. If you wanted to save yourself some money and not fussed about those extra metrics, the TomTom Spark or a cheaper Forerunner is going to be a better fit.
- Accurate GPS and heart rate tracking
- Smartphone notifications work really well
- Solid battery life
- Garmin Connect is still very overwhelming
- Some pairing/syncing issues
- Screen responsiveness not super slick
The Garmin Forerunner 630 is the company’s latest tech-packed flagship running watch, as it takes the fight to the likes of of Fitbit and TomTom.
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