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It's been a long time coming but with the Garmin Forerunner 225, the company has finally bitten the bullet and joined the growing trend for built-in heart rate tracking on the wrist.For the first time the GPS giant has ditched the chest strap in favour of optical heart rate (OHR) sensors to power its suite of bpm-based training features on the Garmin Forerunner 225, which costs £239.99.Wareable's resident running tech expert Kieran Alger has been putting it to the test.
That makes it comfortable to wear over long periods to the point you can forget it's there.
Garmin has also added a small circle of silicone to the underside around the OHR sensor that hugs the wrist, helping prevent ambient light leaking in and affecting the accuracy of the LEDs.
While it's true that the 225 definitely sits more comfortably alongside a technical running shirt than anything you might find in the Ralph Lauren store, it's still a watch you can get away with wearing all day.
The simple design with red detailing gives it a classier look than some of the more out-there bright GPS watches we've seen.
When you flip it over you start to see where the 225 is a different beast from previous Forerunners.