Garmin GPS Running Watch +

Document created by Lauren Percy Employee on Oct 26, 2015Last modified by edk on Apr 18, 2017
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As a leading, worldwide provider of navigation, Garmin is committed to making superior products for automotive, aviation, marine, outdoor and sports. Its business model keeps all design, manufacturing, marketing and warehouse processes in-house, giving more control over timelines, quality and service.


The Garmin Forerunner® 10 GPS watch tracks distance, pace and calories at the press of a button, enabling runners to enjoy the benefits of a sophisticated GPS watch without the bulk.

Running mode tracks how fast and far the user did run.

GPS tracking enables the user to see the route taken once uploaded to Garmin Connect.

The Garmin Forerunner® 220 is featuring a high-resolution color display, access to training plans, and the ability to measure your essential running stats.

Includes a virtual pacer telling whether the user is ahead or behind the set pace whilst running. 

GPS tracking enables the user to see the route taken once uploaded to Garmin Connect, can only be viewed through a PC. 

Records viewing on the device found in the main menu.

Automatic syncing




Kinetis K1x and K2x


K20 is a 32-bit Cortex-M4 based MCU up to 100MHz with 256K Flash and 64K RAM delivers enough performance to run a Bluetooth SW stack for synchronization to smartphone or computer and keep the display content.

It includes a USB for battery charging. K20 various low power modes (as low as 90uA with interfaces on) enables extended autonomy of the device. Various interfaces to connect to sensors.



Garmin | Forerunner