Garmin USB Charging Clip Select Approach & Forerunner Models

Garmin USB Charging Clip Select Approach & Forerunner Models
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USB Charging Clip Select Approach & Forerunner Models

Complete 2 tasks with 1 cable using our charging/data clip. Connect the cable to your computer's USB port to recharge your compatible device and to transfer data to and from your computer. This cable also pairs with an optional AC adapter (sold separately).

Compatible Devices:
  • Approach® G10
  • Approach® S20
  • Forerunner® 230
  • Forerunner® 235
  • Forerunner® 35
  • Forerunner® 630
  • Forerunner® 735XT
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Garmin USB Charging Clip Select Approach & Forerunner Models 010-11029-18 GARMIN CHARGING CLIP FOR APPROACH G1 & S20 AND
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