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Garmin Forerunner 620 offers accurate GPS distance and pace data, finds satellites quickly and has a slick color touchscreen. 620 allows you to customize your display, offers vibration alerts as you run and post-run summary. Connected features include automatic upload to Garmin Connect online via WiFi and live tracking when paired via Bluetooth Smart to a compatible smartphone. Get max results from your workouts with real-time coaching from Garmin Connect via free training plans. Pair with the add-on HRM-Run (sold separately) to get more advanced features like Recovery Advisor, Race Predictor and VO2 Max Estimate to dial-in your training.


  • Forerunner 620 GPS sport watch
  • USB download/charge cable
  • Quick start guide


  • Black/Blue
  • White/Orange


  • GPS-enabled sport watch with high resolution touchscreen and vibration alerts
  • High-sensitivity GPS receiver and HotFix™ technology: helps keep GPS signal even in dense forest areas
  • Race Predictor and VO2 Max Estimate help judge best-performance based upon your fitness
  • Recovery Advisor helps guide your workouts for maximum gains
  • Connected Features: Live tracking and workout uploads to Garmin Connect via Bluetooth Smart and compatible Smartphone; social media sharing helps keep your friends updated on your training
  • Training Effect feature indicates intensity level while you workout, helps you measure fitness and improvement over time
  • Run/Walk alerts sets unlimited number of intervals for alternating between running and walking
  • Built-in accelerometer tracks speed and distance indoors (treadmill or track) without need for foot pod
  • Running Dynamics via HRM-Run monitor (Not included): foot cadence, vertical oscillation (degree of bounce), and ground contact time
  • Firstbeat™ heart rate-based calorie computation (with use of add-on heart rate monitor, not included)
  • Power Down feature conserves battery life
  • Heart rate monitor automatic syncs with watch (HRM not included)
  • Garmin Connect™ compatible (online community)
  • Virtual Partner® (train against a digital person)
  • Auto Pause and Auto Lap
  • Advanced and simple workouts
  • Pace alert
  • Time/distance alert
  • Interval training
  • Time of day (12/24h)
  • Dual time zone
  • Day/Date
  • Daily alarm
  • Distance accuracy: 99% with clear view of sky
  • Water Resistant to 50m (swimming ok)
  • Temperature range: -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C)
  • Battery life: 10 hours in training mode and 6 weeks in power save mode
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
  • Size: 1.8" x 1.8" x 0.5" (4.5 x 4.5 x 1.25 cm)
  • Display: 1.0" (2.54 cm) diameter round, color, 180 x 180 pixels
  • Weight: 1.5 oz (43.6 g)
  • Color: Black/Blue or White/Orange

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Customer Reviews

Comments: I bought this watch from a retailer not named running warehouse. I have a 220 (without the heart rate strap) currently, and was kicking around the idea of selling it and using the 620, but it was not to be. The running metrics, while good to know, weren't particularly useful. Maybe they'd be more helpful if I had a coach to interpret them. The touchscreen, however, is total crap. Maybe I'm to used to the push button interface of the 220, but the touchscreen, especially the buttons on the bezel were tough to touch in just the right way so they would react. Its also really hard to work the touchscreen with gloves on.
From: Matt, St Paul, MN, USA. November 10th 2014

Comments: Amazing product. Pricy, to be sure, but this is a really mature implementation of an astonishing array of technologies. Maybe the best part - and, for me, the most surprising part - is that the watch feels like it was really designed by runners rather than by engineers. I could take it out of the box the day I got it (as a birthday present) and just use it. It works. And then I came home from my initial 6m run with it (having enjoyed seeing my pace and distance data on the watch) and, somewhat hesitantly, started to work on uploading the data. That too was incredibly easy. I didn’t even realize all the data that was being collected (by the accelerometers which I think are embedded in the HRM) but that aligns with what I said before: it just works. The impressively comprehensive Garmin website is an added bonus. Do you need it to be a runner? No, surely not, all you really need is a pair of shoes and some willpower. But in the whiz-bang technology category, the product does not disappoint.
From: Jon, Newton, MA, USA