Para calcular la calificación general por estrellas y el desglose porcentual por estrellas, no usamos un promedio simple. Nuestro sistema toma en cuenta cosas como lo reciente que es una calificación y si el revisor compró el producto en Amazon. También analiza las calificaciones para verificar su fiabilidad.
Actualmente el mejor modelo de Garmin. En el sistema, tiene lo mismo que el Fenix5. La diferencia es que este modelo es mas ligero y no se mueve mucho en la muñeca, por lo que las mediciones del GPS y del sensor de FC, son más precisas que el del Fenix5 que es metálico y por su peso hace que se mueva mucho.
Pedí una devolución/reembolso del dinero en el momento que me llego el reloj, ya me llego la caja y el reloj destrozado. Haciendo todos los pasos que me piden para hacer la devolución, a ustedes les llego ya el producto el 24 de marzo y no he recibido ninguna notificación.
Por favor me pueden ayudar en cómo puedo arreglar este desafortunado incidente? Solicito mi reembolso por favor.
El reloj es bueno, sin embargo es una pena lo poco que le mete Garmin al software, por ejemplo su app tiene muchos problemas conectándose al reloj y lo pueden ver en sus foros. El sistema operativo del 935 no aporta mucho comparado con el que traen las versiones más baratas, se me paso el tiempo para poderlo devolver de ser así lo hubiera regresado y pedido el más básico ya que sólo sirve al 100 para GPS
El reloj es muy bueno pero falla en la medición de pisos, en varias ocasiones al realizar carreras sobre cinta, el reloj me llego a contar entre 4 y 6 pisos, ojo que no estaba haciendo training de subir y bajar
I bought this because of its great price ... only later did I realize it was an “Asia-Pacific” version that was not up to expected standards. I bought it in April; beginning in May I began using it in the Colorado Rockies and noticed that its indicated elevations were running about 200 feet low to known (USGS) elevations. At first I thought it was a calibration issue and began calibrating at known points, but after calibrating three knowns the fourth was still 150 feet low. I then wore an older 735 on the other arm and found it to be nearly spot on the known elevations but to also have a different distance measurement when compared to the 935. Needless to say I now have no confidence in the GPS accuracy of this Asia-Pacific version. I’d advise going to a reputable store and spending the extra for a true U.S. version. I also suspect the running dynamic results of this 935, but haven’t yet delved in to that.
I purchased this watch as a replacement for my 310XT, which I'd used for years (I owned two) and loved. I needed longer battery life, mainly, and was tired of using a chest strap heart monitor. Unfortunately, despite promising reviews and features, my 935 has been a source of unending frustration. Briefly: Regular software updates notwithstanding, the watch never lasted more than 36 hours on Ultratrac mode (50 hours advertised). On GPS mode, it never surpassed 17 (24 advertised). The altimeter seemed nearly nonfunctional; I've calibrated nearly every month, but the elevation gain regularly doubles on standard trail routes. Further, the GPS accuracy has been abominable. Though I recognize that GPS units only provide approximations of mileage and that tree cover, turns, and other geographic features interfere with with accuracy, this watch has routinely been miles off (for example, 6 miles off in my last 30-mile race) when devices used by other runners were far closer to the race mileage and consistent with each other. While I understand that no GPS unit is perfect, and that advertised specifications should be taken with a grain of salt, the 935's performance does not even come close to justifying its price.
1.2" screen which is easily seen in the light and a lot of sensors in a very light package. Great Sport watch! My purchase was from "Amazing Deals - Prime". Called Garmin when the watch arrived to check the serial number. Unfortunate, the watch was APAC (Asian Pacific model) and no warranty is available in the USA. No software uploads, as this was an APAC (Asian version) instead of ROW (US model). Thankfully, Amazon will return my money and will need to re-purchase..
I like the watch! It is a pretty good model but: I could not find any information that this is APAC version and not a ROW version. The main problem is that I can not have the latest software version on my Garmin. I bought last August and I just figured out today as I am checking with my friends and they are on the 10.10 version and I am on 9.70. I know that I paid a little cheaper, but I did not know this could happen. Otherwise, I would buy the ROW version. This is bad for Amazon as we fell that we can not trust on products we buy here
I've had the Garmin Forerunner 935 for a few weeks now, and although I like the long list of features, and the integration with the Garmin Connect website and the Android smartphone app, it cannot be trusted to accurately record your heart rate, which is a damn shame, as that's its primary purpose. If you connect it with a compatible chest strap heart rate monitor, the heart rate data is of course very accurate, but the wrist-based measurements can be waaaay off sometimes. For steady state activity, like sitting around, or jogging, it's accurate, but if the activity is one where your heart rate is going up and down, like a strength training workout, or doing intervals, it will report crazy wild data that is totally unaccurate. For example, today at the gym, I did my strength training routine. One exercise typically has my heart near its maximum heart rate - about 170 beats per minute, as measured with a Polar H7 chest-strap heart rate sensor. The 935 however showed my heart rate as 65-70. I even stopped the exercise and gave it time to recover, and it didn't. It stayed at around 70. Only after I had finished my 4 sets, and was resting did it start to show an elevated heart rate. For the record, I'm caucasian (skin color can affect optical heart rate monitor readings), and my forearm where the watch contacts the skin is shaved. With subsequent sets, I even tried adjusting the tightness of the strap, both looser and tighter. It didn't fix it. Anyway, there are a lot of exercises I do like this, where the heart rate is going up and down. I jog/walk sometimes, for example. I can't trust this watch without the strap monitor to track my heart rate accurately. It makes me not trust the heart rate monitor functions of the watch at ALL, actually, as it appears that much of the heart rate info is gleaned through one of those lovely, alchemic algorithms. I'm now forced to use a chest strap when gathering excercise data is important. Also, it very often does not record my sleeping at night. It tells me I didn't wear the watch when I was. And the stress function performance is spotty. It's fun to look at the data and use it to adjust your daily activity, but I just wish the wrist-based function actually worked as advertised. Otherwise, all of the cool features (sleep, stress, exercise, etc) that depend on the wrist-based heart rate measurement cannot be trusted. It's quite disappointing as the reason I spent $475 on the watch was to end my dependence on the chest strap monitor.