Garmin Fenix Review

December 28, 2018

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The Garmin Fenix has a water rating of 100m which makes it suitable for swimming. Tracking the heart rate at the wrist, the watch provides accurate and up to date information while you train. The soft silicone band helps reduce sweating, and the silicone won’t smell over time like rubber or fabric bands. Working on wireless internet, you can upload and download information to your mobile device and customize your training options.

Pros

  • Great for general tracking and everyday use
  • Long battery life
  • Waterproof
  • No stink band
  • Large display

Cons

  • Older generation model
  • Wireless and not Bluetooth enabled
  • Base model doesn’t come with heart monitor reader
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