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The Forerunner 920XT supports the Russian GLONASS satellites

Small wrist top GPS device with easy to read color display. Multi-sport training assistant for runners, bikers, swimmers and for many other outdoor activities. Barometrical altimeter, heart rate monitor with integrated G-sensor and data exchange via Bluetooth, WLAN or USB cradle, supports LiveTracking. Also well suited as bike computer. Faster and more precise position tracking thanks to additional support for GLONASS satellites.

As a personal training assistant, the GARMIN Forerunner 920XT helps to achieve your personal workout goals, regardless of if you run, bike, swim - or even all together. It records the travelled path (track), your heart rate and the moving patterns of your body (requires HRM-Run heart rate monitor with G-sensor which is included in the pack but also available as an option), distance, time, pace or speed and computes the calories burned. When you swim, it tracks the distance and the number of strokes. The device is very easy to use, supports multiple languages and has an extremely sensitive antenna. It is the perfect partner for any outdoor activities. Supports data exchange via BlueTooth, WLAN or USB cradle.
The optional speed and cadence sensor plus the mounting kit for handlebar make the Forerunner 920XT also well suited as a bike computer. Also, there is an optional foot pod to measure speed and distance indoor.

The Forerunner 920XT is especially well suited to provide information about your outdoor activities (track, speed, distance, elevation profile, heart rate, time a.s.o.). Use the function "mark waypoint" to get the coordinates of the current location. The device also shows distance and direction from the current location to user defined waypoints.

Garmin Connect Mobile If you have an iPhone or an Android smartphone, you may connect it with your Forerunner 920XT using Bluetooth. Use this feature to download up-to-date weather forecasts and to share your position and workout data with your friends in real-time (live tracking). The free App GARMIN Connect Mobile must be installed on your smartphone in order to use this functionality.

Differences between the various Forerunner models:

All models provide similar functions; these are the main differences:

Model / Feature Power supply Interface Heart rate monitor Navigation Dimensions
in mm
Weight
in g
Price
Forerunner 101 batteries (2 x AAA) - - Back to start only 83x43x23 74 discontinued
Forerunner 110 rechargeable battery USB YES
(included with the models pink and red)
- 45x69x14 52 from CHF 188 | EUR 164
Forerunner 201 rechargeable battery SERIAL - Back to start only 83x43x18 78 discontinued
Forerunner 205 rechargeable battery USB - Back to start and routes from waypoints 53x69x18 77 discontinued
Forerunner 210 rechargeable battery USB YES
(Premium monitor)
- 45x69x14 52 discontinued
Forerunner 220 rechargeable battery USB YES
(Premium monitor)
- 45x45x13 41 from CHF 158 | EUR 138
Forerunner 225 rechargeable battery USB YES
(built-in, no belt)
- 48x48x16 54 CHF 248 | EUR 217
Forerunner 301 rechargeable battery USB YES Back to start and routes from waypoints 83x43x18 78 discontinued
Forerunner 305 rechargeable battery USB YES Back to start and routes from waypoints 53x69x18 77 discontinued
Forerunner 310XT rechargeable battery USB (wireless) YES
(premium monitor included in the pack)
Back to start only 54x56x19 72 discontinued
Forerunner 405 rechargeable battery USB (wireless) YES Back to start only 48x71x16 60 discontinued
Forerunner 410 rechargeable battery USB (wireless) YES
(included in the pack)
Back to start only 48x71x16 60 discontinued
Forerunner 610 rechargeable battery USB (wireless) YES
(premium monitor included in the pack)
Back to start only 46x64x14 72 discontinued
Forerunner 620 rechargeable battery BlueTooth, WLAN, USB YES
(HRM-Run with G-sensor included in the pack)
- 45x45x12.5 44 discontinued
Forerunner 910XT rechargeable battery USB (wireless) YES
(premium monitor included in the pack)
Back to start and routes from waypoints 54x61x15 72 from CHF 288 | EUR 252
Forerunner 920XT rechargeable battery BlueTooth, WLAN, USB YES
(HRM-Run with G-sensor included in the pack)
Back to start and routes from waypoints 48x55x13 61 from CHF 478 | EUR 418

Please find a table with detailed technical data in our Buyer's guide.


Contents: Features - Overview - Main Pages - Training Center - Prices - Options - Downloads - Order

GARMIN Forerunner 920XT black/blue


GARMIN Forerunner 920XT white/red

Features:

  • Wrist top device, robust, very handy, water resistant up to 50 meters (150 feet)
  • Easy to read color display with background illumination
  • Multilingual user interface in Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish and Swedish
  • Integrated GPS receiver with very sensitive built-in antenna
  • Barometrical altimeter for precise elevation recording¹
  • HRM-Run chest belt with heart rate monitor and G-sensor. (included with the "Packs", but also available as an option). The chest belt uses a digitally coded signal, which means, once a heart beat sensor and the GPS have been paired, the GPS will never receive a conflicting signal from another sensor. So you can exercise in close proximity to other sensors without fear of interference.
  • Wireless data exchange via BlueTooth and WLAN. Supports LiveTracking when connected with a supported smartphone.
  • Powered by built-in, rechargeable battery (lasts about 24 h in training mode and up to 4 months in watch mode), battery charger included
  • Short time to first fix (TTFF²: approx. 15 seconds after a warm start, meaning there are valid coordinates of the satellites available, or approx. 45 seconds after a cold start, meaning there are no valid coordinates of the satellites available)
  • Firmware stored in Flash-Memory, can be updated by the user
  • Operating temperatures -20 .. 60°C (-4° .. 140°F)
  • Data exchange with a PC with included USB data/charging cradle.
  • Dimensions: 48x55x13 mm (1.9x2.2x0.5 inches)
  • Weight: 61 g (2.1 ounces); Chest belt 55 g (1.9 ounces)
  • ¹) Even though a GPS provides accurate elevation information, the value slightly varies continuously. A barometrical altimeter is therefore more accurate, especially when summarizing elevation changes.
  • ²) TTFF: Time To First Fix, time until the first information about the current position is acquired.

Information about your training:

  • Profile: stores personal information such as gender, weight and date of birth (in order to calculate the calories burned)
  • Stores various settings per sport mode (running, biking, swim, triathlon, other), such as values to be displayed on the custom page, heart rate zones, limits etc.
  • Swim mode: Tracks distance, counts strokes, computes swolf (sum of elapsed time in seconds plus number of strokes for a particular distance), no heart rate monitoring possible in while in water.
  • Stop watch with split times (laps). Records split times either manually by pressing the "lap" key or automatically based on a user defined distance or location.
  • Auto pause: Stops the watch automatically if the current speed drops below a user defined value, e.g. when waiting at a red light or during a short break.
  • Virtual Partner: This unique feature helps you to achieve certain goals for your workout. The virtual partner will keep exactly the pace / speed required to achieve the goal you have set. Forerunner will constantly measure your current pace / speed and compares it to the virtual partner's pace / speed. It will ask you to speed up or slow down as needed and it shows on the display whether you are ahead or behind your virtual partner.
  • History: Forerunner keeps track of your workouts. It stores the date, time, number of laps, duration, distance, average speed, calories burned, average and maximum heart rate on a daily basis. It also provides weekly overviews and running totals for the duration, distance and calories burned.
  • Navigation: Indicates distance and direction from your current location to a user specific waypoint. Stores up to 100 waypoints.
  • Course: Follow a course based on previously recorded activities or downloaded from the web to match or exceed your or someone else's goal. The Forerunner tracks your workout, but also indicates if you are on your course path or not.
  • Back to start: This feature helps you to travel all the way back to the starting point of your trip.
  • Stores up to 1'000 laps.
  • Supports metric and U.S. units.
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GARMIN Forerunner 920XT overview:

Buttons and connectors of the GARMIN Forerunner 920XT
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Main pages of the GARMIN Forerunner 920XT:

Note: The images below show the display of the Forerunner 920XT in true resolution (205x148 pixels). This does not necessarily mean that the display is shown it its true size (29x21  mm). The actual size of these images depends on the properties of your display. You may configure the main pages through options. The screenshots below are just examples, the actual appearance may vary from the pages shown below depending on the current settings. Especially the content of the data fields is user configurable. You can choose from 107 different values, see the table below.

Watch Activity Menu Waypoint
GARMIN Forerunner 920XT - Watch GARMIN Forerunner 920XT - Activity GARMIN Forerunner 920XT - Menu GARMIN Forerunner 920XT - Waypoint
  • Charging status of the rechargeable battery
  • Time
  • Weekday and date
  • Status line with GPS status, status of the heart rate monitor, current time and battery charging state
  • Current activity - provided activities include Run, Run indoor, Bike, Bike indoor, Pool swim, Open water and Triathlon. User may add additional activities such as skiing, horse riding etc.
  • Settings for each sport type: Number of pages and number of fields for each page, choose values for each field; Auto lap, pause and scroll settings; Heart rate settings, virtual partner settings
  • System: Language, tones and vibration, display, map, time format, units, manage fitness equipment and data recording etc.
  • Manage user profiles
  • Information about the unit (firmware version etc.)
  • Symbol
  • Name (max. 16 characters)
  • Coordinates
  • Elevation above sea level
  • Delete waypoint
  • Show waypoint on map
  • Save changes and exit this page
1 Data Field 2 Data Fields 3 Data Fields 4 Data Fields
GARMIN Forerunner 920XT - 1 data field GARMIN Forerunner 920XT - 2 data fields GARMIN Forerunner 920XT - 3 data fields GARMIN Forerunner 920XT - 4 data fields
  • Heart rate
  • Duration of the current activity (stop watch)
  • Travelled distance
  • Duration of the current lap
  • Average speed during the current lap
  • Travelled distance during the current lap
  • Average pace for the current activity
  • Ground contact time in milliseconds
  • Vertical oscillation of your body in cm
  • Current heading

You can set the unit to show 1 to 4 data fields per page. Select for every field which value to show, there is a choice of 107 different values, see table below.

Data fields on pages with user selectable data fields:

  1. You can configure the device to show values in English or metric units.
  2. Speed is measured in distance per time, usually kilometers per hour (km/h) or miles per hour (mi/h).
  3. Pace is measured in time per distance, usually minutes and seconds per kilometer (/km) or mile (/mi).
  4. FTP: The Functional Threshold Power is by definition the Normalized Power for an all out effort of 60 minutes, used to automatically compute the seven power ranges, see what is threshold power
  5. For detailed information about power metrics, see normalized power (NP), intensity factor (IF), and training-stress-score (TSS) as well as training stress scores (TSS) provided by TrainingPeaks.
  6. Swim efficiency index: Sum of time in seconds plus number of strokes that it takes to swim 25 meters.
  7. SWOLF score: Sum of time in seconds plus number of strokes that it takes to swim one pool length.
  8. The actual selection of data fields depends on the current activity
No Group Name Explanation
1 Timer Fields Timer Stopwatch time - duration of the current activity (time stops when stop watch stopped)
2 Lap Time Elapsed time for the current lap
3 Last Lap Time Elapsed time for the last completed lap
4 Average Lap Time Average lap time for all completed laps
5 Elapsed Time Duration of the current activity (time does not stop when stop watch stopped)
6 Distance Fields Distance Distance travelled during this activity
7 Lap Distance Distance travelled during this lap
8 Last Lap Distance Distance travelled during last completed lap
9 Nautical Distance Distance travelled during this activity measured in nautical miles
10 Pace Fields Pace Current pace (time per distance unit)
11 Average Pace Average pace during the current activity
12 Lap Pace Average pace for current lap
13 Last Lap Pace Average pace for last completed lap
14 Speed Fields Speed Current speed (distance per time unit)
15 Average Speed Average speed for the current activity
16 Lap Speed Average speed for this lap
17 Last Lap Speed Average speed for the last completed lap
18 Maximum Speed Maximum speed for the current activity
19 30s Avg. Vertical Speed Average vertical speed during the last 30 seconds moving
20 Vertical Speed Rate of ascent or descent
21 Nautical Speed Current speed measured in nautical miles
22 Heart Rate Fields Heart Rate Current heart rate (heart beats per minute, bpm) (requires heart rate monitor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option)
23 Average HR Average heart rate for this activity (requires heart rate monitor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option)
24 HR Zone Current heart rate zone (1..5). Default zones are based on the user profile, the maximum heart rate and the rest heart rate, but may be changed by the user (requires heart rate monitor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option)
25 Training Effect Current training impact on your aerobic fitness (1.0 .. 5.0 corresponds to recovery, maintains, improves, highly improves your fitness, temporary overload; requires heart rate monitor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option)
26 HR %Max. Percentage of maximum heart rate (requires heart rate monitor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option)
27 %HRR Percentage of heart rate reserve (heart rate reserve, HRR = maximum heart rate minus resting heart rate; requires heart rate monitor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option)
28 Average HR %Max. Average percentage of maximum heart rate for this activity (requires heart rate monitor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option)
29 Average %HRR Average percentage of heart rate reserve for this activity (heart rate reserve, HRR = maximum heart rate minus resting heart rate; requires heart rate monitor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option)
30 Lap HR Average heart rate for this lap (requires heart rate monitor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option)
31 Lap %HRR Average percentage of heart rate reserve for this lap (heart rate reserve, HRR = maximum heart rate minus resting heart rate; requires heart rate monitor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option)
32 Lap HR %Max. Average percentage of maximum heart rate for this lap (requires heart rate monitor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option)
33 Time in Zone Time during which the heart rate was in a particular heart rate zone during the current activity (requires heart rate monitor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option)
34 Cadence Fields Cadence Number of steps per minute (requires HRM-Run heart rate monitor with G-sensor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option or optional foot-pod) or number of revolutions of the crank arm (cadence) per minute (requires a speed and cadence sensor which is available as an option)
35 Average Cadence Average number of steps per minute (requires HRM-Run heart rate monitor with G-sensor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option or optional foot-pod) or average number of revolutions of the crank arm (cadence) per minute (requires a speed and cadence sensor which is available as an option)
36 Lap Cadence Average number of steps per minute for this lap (requires HRM-Run heart rate monitor with G-sensor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option or optional foot-pod) or average number of revolutions of the crank arm (cadence) per minute for this lap (requires a speed and cadence sensor which is available as an option)
37 Last Lap Cadence Average number of steps per minute for the last completed lap (requires HRM-Run heart rate monitor with G-sensor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option or optional foot-pod) or average number of revolutions of the crank arm (cadence) per minute for the last completed lap (requires a speed and cadence sensor which is available as an option)
38 Running Dynamics Vertical Oscillation The vertical motion of your torso for each step, measured in centimeters (requires HRM-Run heart rate monitor with G-sensor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option)
39 Avg. Vertical Oscillation The average vertical motion of your torso for each step during the current activity, measured in centimeters (requires HRM-Run heart rate monitor with G-sensor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option)
40 Lap Vertical Oscillation The average vertical motion of your torso for each step during the current lap, measured in centimeters (requires HRM-Run heart rate monitor with G-sensor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option)
41 Ground Contact Time The amount of time your foot spends on the ground in each step while running, measured in milliseconds (requires HRM-Run heart rate monitor with G-sensor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option)
42 Avg. Ground Contact Time The average amount of time your foot spends on the ground in each step while running during the current activity, measured in milliseconds (requires HRM-Run heart rate monitor with G-sensor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option)
43 Lap Ground Contact Time The average amount of time your foot spends on the ground in each step while running during the current lap, measured in milliseconds (requires HRM-Run heart rate monitor with G-sensor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option)
44 Cadence Number of steps per minute (requires HRM-Run heart rate monitor with G-sensor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option)
45 Lap Cadence Average number of steps during the current lap (requires HRM-Run heart rate monitor with G-sensor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option)
46 Average Cadence Average number of steps during the current activity (requires HRM-Run heart rate monitor with G-sensor which is included in the pack but is also available as an option)
47 Power Fields Power Current power output (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
48 Work Calories burned during this activity (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
49 Power to Weight Power output in watts per kilogram of your body weight (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
50 3s Avg. Power Average power output during the last 3 seconds moving (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
51 10s Avg. Power Average power output during the last 10 seconds moving (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
52 30s Avg. Power Average power output during the last 30 seconds moving (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
53 Average Power Average power output during this activity (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
54 Lap Power Average power output during this lap (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
55 Last Lap Power Average power output during the last completed lap (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
56 Max. Power Maximum power output achieved during the current activity (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
57 Max. Lap Power Maximum power output achieved during the current lap (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
58 Power Zone Fields Power Zone Current power zone (1..7). The zones are based on your FTP or user settings (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
59 Time in Zone Time during which the power output was in a particular power zone during the current activity (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
60 Pedal Stroke Fields Pedal Smoothness Average torque in percent of the maximum torque of the cranks (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
61 Torque Effectiveness Sum of clockwise pedaling power minus anti-clockwise drag (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
62 Balance Contribution of the left and the right leg to the total power output in percent (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
63 3s Avg. Balance Average contribution of the left and the right leg to the total power output during the last 3 seconds in percent (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
64 10s Avg. Balance Average contribution of the left and the right leg to the total power output during the last 10 seconds in percent (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
65 30s Avg. Balance Average contribution of the left and the right leg to the total power output during the last 30 seconds in percent (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
66 Average Balance Average contribution of the left and the right leg to the total power output during this workout in percent (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
67 Lap Balance Average contribution of the left and the right leg to the total power output during the current lap in percent (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
68 Advanced Power Fields Intensity Factor The ratio of the Normalized Power (NP) to the functional threshold power (FTP), see TrainingPeaks for details (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
69 Training Stress Score A composite number that takes into account the duration and intensity of a workout to arrive at a single estimate of the overall training load and physiological stress created by that training session, see TrainingPeaks for details (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
70 Normalized Power An estimate of the power that one could have maintained for the same physiological "cost" if the power had been perfectly constant during the current workout, see TrainingPeaks for details (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
71 Lap Normalized Power An estimate of the power that one could have maintained for the same physiological "cost" if the power had been perfectly constant during the current lap, see TrainingPeaks for details (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
72 Last Lap Normalized Power An estimate of the power that one could have maintained for the same physiological "cost" if the power had been perfectly constant during the last completed lap, see TrainingPeaks for details (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
73 %FTP Fields %FTP Current power output in %FTP ("Functional Threshold Power") (requires optional 3rd party power meter)
74 Elevation Fields Elevation Current altitude above sea level
75 Total Ascent Total elevation gain during the current activity
76 Total Descent Total elevation loss during the current activity
77 Grade Current grade computed from elevation change over distance
78 Stroke Fields Average Stroke Rate Average number of strokes per minute (spm) during the swim workout.
79 Interval Stroke Rate Average number of strokes per minute during the current interval.
80 Last Length Stroke Rate Average number of strokes per minute during the last length.
81 Interval Stroke Type Stroke type detected during the current interval: backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, freestyle or mixed.
82 Last Length Stroke Type Stroke type detected during the last length: backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, freestyle or mixed.
83 Last Length Strokes Number of strokes during the last length.
84 Average Strokes/Length Average number of strokes per length for the current workout.
85 Interval Strokes/Length Average number of strokes per length for the current interval.
86 Stroke Rate Current stroke rate (number of strokes per minute).
87 Last Interval Stroke Rate Average number of strokes per minute during the last interval.
88 Strokes Number of strokes during the current workout.
89 Interval Strokes Number of strokes during the current interval.
90 Last Interval Strokes Number of strokes during the last interval.
91 Average Stroke Distance Average distance travelled during one stroke during the current swim workout.
92 Interval Stroke Distance Average distance travelled during one stroke during the current interval.
93 Last Interval Stroke Distance Average distance travelled during one stroke during the last interval.
94 Lengths Fields Lengths Number of completed lengths during this workout.
95 Interval Lengths Number of completed lengths during the current interval.
96 SWOLF Fields Average SWOLF Average SWOLF score for the current workout.
97 Interval SWOLF SWOLF score for the current interval.
98 Last Length SWOLF SWOLF score for the last length.
99 Last Interval SWOLF SWOLF score for the last interval.
100 Rest Fields Rest Timer Rest duration.
101 Repeat On Duration of the last interval plus rest time.
102 Other Fields Calories Calories burned during this activity
103 Heading The direction in which you are currently moving
104 Laps Number of completed laps
105 Sunrise Time of sunrise at the current position
106 Sunset Time of sunset at the current position
107 Time of Day Current time
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Training Center:

You may download this software either from GARMIN's website or from our server, see Downloads below. The software requires a PC with Windows 2000 or later and an USB connector or an Intel-based Mac or PowerPC (G3 or newer) running OS X 10.4 or later with an USB connector. Training Center provides the following features:

Examples:

Hint: Click on the images for an enlargement

User profile Overview graphics Overview graphics
Training Center user profile Training Center overview graphics 1 Training Center overview graphics 2
Username, gender, weight, date of birth, speed zones etc. Calendar, logs, track, graphical representation for elevation and pace Calendar, logs, track, graphical representation for grade and speed
Overview values Graph speed over time Detailed map with track
Training Center overview totals Training Center graph speed over time Training Center detailed map
Calendar, logs, totals, graphical representation Graphical representation speed over time If you own a map with detailed information (e.g. Topo Switzerland), you can display the track on these maps as well
Training schedule Workout (example 1) Workout (example 2)
Training Center training schedule Training Center workout 1 Training Center workout 2
The Training Center helps you to manage work outs and training schedules.
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Prices:

GARMIN Forerunner 920XT black/blue Add item to shopping basket CHF 478 | EUR 418
the package includes the following items:
  • GARMIN Forerunner 920XT
  • Battery charger (100..240 V)
  • USB data/charging cradle
  • Printed quick start manual amongst others in German and English
  • User manuals available for download either from Downloads or from www.garmin.com
  • Download Training Center - a program for data exchange between a Forerunner 920XT and a Windows PC or Mac (see "Training Center")
  • We will install the most recent version of the firmware available at the time of shipment
GARMIN Forerunner 920XT black/blue Pack Add item to shopping basket CHF 528 | EUR 461
the package includes the following items:
  • GARMIN Forerunner 920XT
  • Premium chest belt with heart rate monitor
  • Battery charger (100..240 V)
  • USB data/charging cradle
  • Printed quick start manual amongst others in German and English
  • User manuals available for download either from Downloads or from www.garmin.com
  • Download Training Center - a program for data exchange between a Forerunner 920XT and a Windows PC or Mac (see "Training Center")
  • We will install the most recent version of the firmware available at the time of shipment
GARMIN Forerunner 920XT white/red Add item to shopping basket CHF 478 | EUR 418
the package includes the following items:
  • GARMIN Forerunner 920XT
  • Battery charger (100..240 V)
  • USB data/charging cradle
  • Printed quick start manual amongst others in German and English
  • User manuals available for download either from Downloads or from www.garmin.com
  • Download Training Center - a program for data exchange between a Forerunner 920XT and a Windows PC or Mac (see "Training Center")
  • We will install the most recent version of the firmware available at the time of shipment
GARMIN Forerunner 920XT white/red Pack Add item to shopping basket CHF 528 | EUR 461
the package includes the following items:
  • GARMIN Forerunner 920XT
  • Premium chest belt with heart rate monitor
  • Battery charger (100..240 V)
  • USB data/charging cradle
  • Printed quick start manual amongst others in German and English
  • User manuals available for download either from Downloads or from www.garmin.com
  • Download Training Center - a program for data exchange between a Forerunner 920XT and a Windows PC or Mac (see "Training Center")
  • We will install the most recent version of the firmware available at the time of shipment
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Options:

Power supply with USB connector (cable not included)
(One such power supply comes with the Forerunner 920XT)
Add item to shopping basket CHF 22 | EUR 19 [Picture and details]
USB data/charging cradle
(One such cradle comes with the Forerunner 920XT)
Add item to shopping basket CHF 23 | EUR 20 [Picture and details]
HRM-Run chest belt with heart rate monitor and G-sensor V1 (same soft fabric strap like the premium chest belt)
(Such a HRM-Run chest belt comes with the Forerunner 920XT Pack)
Add item to shopping basket CHF 78 | EUR 68 [Picture and details]
Belt for HRM-Run heart rate monitor Add item to shopping basket CHF 65 | EUR 57 [Picture and details]
HRM-Run chest belt with heart rate monitor and G-sensor V2 Add item to shopping basket CHF 128 | EUR 112 [Picture and details]
HRM-Swim chest belt with heart rate monitor for swimmers Add item to shopping basket CHF 128 | EUR 112 [Picture and details]
HRM-Tri chest belt with heart rate monitor for triathletes Add item to shopping basket CHF 158 | EUR 138 [Picture and details]
HRM-Swim+Tri chest belt with heart rate monitor for swimmers plus chest belt with heart rate monitor for triathletes Add item to shopping basket CHF 228 | EUR 199 [Picture and details]
Bike speed and cadence sensor Add item to shopping basket CHF 68 | EUR 59 [Picture and details]
Foot-Pod Add item to shopping basket CHF 89 | EUR 78 [Picture and details]
Wrist strap black/blue Add item to shopping basket CHF 24 EUR 21 [Picture and details]
Wrist strap white/red Add item to shopping basket CHF 24 | EUR 21 [Picture and details]
Expander strap black Add item to shopping basket CHF 14 | EUR 12 [Picture and details]
Mounting kit for handlebar Add item to shopping basket CHF 22 | EUR 19 [Picture and details]
Front mounting kit for handlebar
(Requires quick release kit)
Add item to shopping basket CHF 59 | EUR 52 [Picture and details]
Quick release kit Add item to shopping basket CHF 27 | EUR 24 [Picture and details]
Straps for quick release kit
(One set with mounting straps comes with the quick release kit)
Add item to shopping basket CHF 9 | EUR 8 [Picture and details]
Soft case Add item to shopping basket CHF 28 | EUR 24 [Picture and details]

All options for the GARMIN Forerunner 920XT in detail.

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Downloads:

Here we provide additional documentation and software updates related to the Forerunner 920XT.

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Order:

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